Yayoi Kusama: A Retrospective — A Bouquet of Love I Saw in the Universe and Hella Jongerius: Woven Cosmos are on view through August 15.
Gurlitt: Status Report, An Art Dealer in Nazi Germany makes a long-hidden art collection with a dark provenance accessible to the public.
Hablik’s fantastical and cosmic vision of utopia hinged on the aspirations of a still-emerging industrial age.
BERLIN — Thomas Struth’s current exhibit at the Martin-Gropius-Bau is compact yet compelling.
BERLIN — With a quiet and contemplative beginning, Sehgal sets up museumgoers for an unanticipated fall into the very heart of spectacles of intimacy.
Preparing a list of the best art exhibitions in the world is a lofty endeavor, but we’re not going to pretend we’ve seen every single show on the globe, only many of them. Consider this a subjective but informed list of our global favorites that we want you to know about.
BERLIN — It was impossible, having been born in the 1980s, not to memorize David Bowie’s song with Queen, “Under Pressure” (1981), as well as Bowie’s first top-five hit, at age 22, “Space Oddity” (1969) — a song that went on to actually be the first played in space. But I never had a direct relationship with Bowie’s music, the way I did with some of his contemporaries.
BERLIN — This is the final weekend to see Ai Weiwei: Evidence at the Martin-Gropius-Bau museum in Berlin. The German exhibition is a sweeping survey of mostly recent work that occupies 32,000 square feet of gallery space across 18 rooms.