It’s “spring cleaning” time guys! The blooming season has arrived, and it calls for a dust-up with our global art roundup.
Galleries and museums all over the globe are set to steal our time and fill us with the inspiration and creativity we so desperately need – especially in this time and age. From seminal works of the greatest masters of art, to boundary-pushing newer bright minds, March “on fire.”
The American Dream has a *very* different nuance in the past months, and who knows what hardships it’ll have to endure in the future? But until this uncertainty becomes a reality, we have 200 prints by 70 renowned artists at the British Museum to remind us of the true meaning of the American spirit through exquisite, pop artworks.
From 9 March
Neon signs are more than just interior trends – and when the name of Jason Rhoades comes up, they are inherently linked to politics, sex, race and gender. Hauser Wirth & Schimmel holds a spectacular retrospective of the late influential artist.
Until 21 May
It’s become evident, that politically-charged frustration is indulging in artistic escapades, and New York could not be an exception. Hosting the NY-based artist Marilyn Minter, the Brooklyn Museum lets its visitors in on the subversive discovery that is Minter’s controversial, raw, youth-filled, feminine-centered photography.
Until 2 April
Paris and cinema are here to erase our woes, and take us back to simpler, more colourful, and undeniably magical times. Les Enfants du Cinéma engages the visitors in interactive tours, workshops, showings and talks around the grand masters of cinema. Yes, we’re talking Hayao Miyazaki, Steven Spielberg and many others!
Until 31 July
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