Skip to content
search
Arts Global Art Exhibitions Not To Miss In March 2020

Global Art Exhibitions Not To Miss In March 2020

The Pont-Neuf Wrapped, Paris, 1975-1985 (1985)
The Pont-Neuf Wrapped, Paris, 1975-1985 (1985) by Christo, © Christo, photo © Wolfgang Volz
By Leanne Mirandilla
March 12, 2020
This month, museums around the world showcase works by some of the biggest stars of the 20th century

1/3 Andy Warhol

Image: Self Portrait (1986) by Andy Warhol, courtesy of Tate, © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc / ARS, New York and DACS, London
Image: Self Portrait (1986) by Andy Warhol, courtesy of Tate, © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc / ARS, New York and DACS, London
Image: Debbie Harry (1980) by Andy Warhol, ©
2019 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc / ARS, New York and DACS, London
Image: Debbie Harry (1980) by Andy Warhol, © 2019 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc / ARS, New York and DACS, London

The first major retrospective of the pop art icon to be held at the Tate Modern in almost 20 years, this exhibition goes beyond Warhol’s best-known works and showcases some pieces that have never before been shown in the UK. Included are 25 works from his Ladies and Gentlemen portrait series, which features drag queens and crossdressers, as well as the immersive installation Silver Clouds, a room full of metallic, pillow-shaped balloons.

March 12 to September 6 at Tate Modern, London. tate.org.uk

See also: 10 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions To See In March 2020

2/3 Donald Judd

Image: Untitled (1967) by Donald Judd, courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, © 2020 Judd Foundation / ARS, New York
Image: Untitled (1967) by Donald Judd, courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, © 2020 Judd Foundation / ARS, New York

American artist Donald Judd began his career as a painter, art critic and art historian, then went on to rewrite the rules of modern sculpture, moving past classicism and figuration to create minimalist works made from industrial materials. This retrospective showcases sculptures, paintings and drawings.

March 1 to July 11 at Museum of Modern Art, New York. moma.org

3/3 Christo and Jeanne Claude

Image: The Pont-Neuf Wrapped (Project for Paris) (1981), by Christo, © Christo, © Philippe Migeat
Image: The Pont-Neuf Wrapped (Project for Paris) (1981), by Christo, © Christo, © Philippe Migeat
Image: The Pont-Neuf Wrapped (Project for Paris) (1985), by Christo, © Christo, © Philippe Migeat
Image: The Pont-Neuf Wrapped (Project for Paris) (1985), by Christo, © Christo, © Philippe Migeat

Well known for their dramatic works of land art, the husband-and-wife duo once wrapped the Pont Neuf—the oldest standing bridge in Paris—in gold canvas, completely covering the bridge’s 12 arches and 44 lamps. This exhibition charts the story behind the project ahead of Christo’s plan to wrap the Arc de Triomphe in a similar manner later in the year—the first time he will revisit this style since his wife’s death in 2009.

March 18 to June 15 at Centre Pompidou, Paris. centrepompidou.fr

See also: 9 New Museums Worth Travelling For In 2020

Tags

Arts Exhibitions Things To Do Events Art Artwork Artists Travel Art exhibitions

clear
keyboard_arrow_up

In order to provide you with the best possible experience, this website uses cookies. For more information, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

close