Art Alert! Fall Explodes with 7 Must-See Exhibits

Forget pumpkin spice, crave art this fall! Dive into Kusama’s endless polka-dots, witness Frida & Diego’s fiery love story, or celebrate female art power at MoMA. From Tokyo’s urban pulse to Berlin’s ancient wisdom, get ready for a sensory smorgasbord. Art’s not just on display, it’s a feast!

MoMA Now: Women Artists

When: 21 Sept, 2023 – 26 Mar, 2024

Where: The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City

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This exhibition will feature works by over 30 women artists from around the world, including paintings, sculptures, installations, and videos. It will explore the diverse perspectives and practices of women artists working today. Some of the artists featured in the exhibition include Frida Kahlo, Yayoi Kusama, Marina Abramović, and Cindy Sherman.

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms

When: 22 Sep, 2023 – 23 Apr, 2024

Where: Tate Modern, London

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This exhibition will feature six of Kusama’s iconic infinity mirror rooms, as well as a selection of her paintings and sculptures. It will offer visitors a unique and immersive experience of Kusama’s work. Her infinity mirror rooms are especially popular, as they create the illusion of infinite space and reflection.

Picasso and Music

When: 21 Sep, 2023 – 22 Jan, 2024

Where: Centre Pompidou, Paris

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This exhibition will explore the relationship between Picasso and music. It will feature over 500 works of art, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, and musical instruments. The exhibition will show how music influenced Picasso’s work throughout his career. Picasso was a lifelong music lover, and he often incorporated musical references into his artwork.

Lee Bul: New York

When: 23 Sep, 2023 – 22 Jan, 2024

Where: Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (MOT)

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This exhibition will feature a new series of works by Korean artist Lee Bul. The works are inspired by Bul’s experience of living and working in New York City. The exhibition will explore themes of identity, displacement, and transformation. Bul is known for her large-scale installations and sculptures, which often incorporate elements of performance and technology.

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: Art and Life

When: 23 Sep, 2023 – 25 Feb, 2024

Where: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

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This exhibition will feature over 100 works of art by Mexican artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. It will explore the relationship between the two artists and their work. The exhibition will also look at the influence of Mexican culture on their art. Kahlo and Rivera were two of the most important artists of the 20th century, and their work continues to inspire and resonate with audiences today.

Handle with care

When: 10 Nov 2023 – 1 Jan 2024

Where: Gagliardi e Domke Contemporary · Turin, Italy

Handle with care

In a twist, Gagliardi and Domke’s warehouse isn’t just storage, it’s a gallery. Art breathes new life here, thanks to curator Pietro Gagliardi’s love for rediscovery. “Handle with Care,” their latest show, features nine artists, each offering unique perspectives. From Consorti’s Gaza reflections to Fogliati’s human-like machine, there’s something for everyone. Ferrero’s playful “Snorkeling” even winks at art history. Forget stuffy museums, this warehouse is where art comes alive.

Visions of Wisdom

When: 17 Nov 2023 – 10 Feb 2024

Where: Potsdamer Str 72, Berlin, Germany

Visions of Wisdom

Dive into indigenous stories of resilience, nature, and ancestral knowledge. This NOME exhibition, curated by Giuliana Vidarte, showcases artists like Bensho, Caycedo, and Hakihiiwe. From Amazonian patterns to Andean landscapes, experience vibrant paintings, sculptures, and more. Learn from forgotten wisdom, celebrate diverse cultures, and reconnect with our planet. A powerful must-see for anyone seeking art with a soul.

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