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These are the 15 must-see European art exhibitions this summer
Here's our curated selection of some of the best and most-anticipated European art exhibitions taking place this summer.
Vermeer exhibition sets attendance record at Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum
After 16 weeks, the record-breaking Vermeer exhibition at the Rijksmuseum has concluded, leaving an indelible mark on the art world.
V&A Dundee invites you to explore fashion shows from behind the scenes
A new exhibition at the Scottish museum dives into what makes a fashion show so special with an unusual focus - away from the clothes we see on the runway
Meet the artist creating portraits for the machines of the future
We spoke to Agnieszka Pilat, a Polish-American artist, who is training a trio of robotic dogs to paint autonomously for an upcoming exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria’s Triennial.
The must-see exhibitions at London Gallery Weekend 2023
With more than 125 participating galleries, the 2023 edition of London Gallery Weekend will see mega-galleries come together to highlight the vibrancy of the UK capital's gallery scene.
Portugal pays tribute to Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha
This is the year of late architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha at Casa da Arquitectura, in Matosinhos, northern Portugal. Two exhibitions dedicated to the Brazilian Pritzker Architecture Prize winner are now open to the public.
The must-see pavilions at the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale
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Cultural Digest: Don't miss these events in Europe this week
Schedule looking a bit empty? Worry not. Here at Euronews Culture we’ve compiled the who’s who and what’s what of anything you might need to keep yourself entertained this week in Europe.
At the 2023 Venice Biennale, the future of architecture is Africa
The Biennale, historically dominated by a Euro-centric vision with minor participation from Asia and the Americas, is being led by Africa this year. Curator Lesley Lokko’s show makes bold, forward-thinking statements about who and what will drive the future of architecture.
Why Venice blocked Austria’s Biennale pavilion proposal
The proposed installation, titled Partecipazione / Beteiligung, was given a hard no from Venice authorities.
Pierce Brosnan showcases deeply personal artworks in solo exhibition
Pierce Brosnan, known for playing James Bond, takes on his most vulnerable role yet, revealing his artistic side in a solo art exhibition.
Ukrainian art is being amplified in exhibitions across Europe
Museums and galleries around Europe are making a statement of support for Ukraine with myriad exhibitions.
WATCH: Experience Tim Burton’s 'Labyrinth' at Paris exhibition
Immerse yourself in the world of film maker Tim Burton at a new exhibition in Paris. Tim Burton's Labyrinth promises an interactive experience that will give insights into the director's wacky universes.
What's on in Europe this week? Cultural events you shouldn't miss
Need some new weekend plans? Whether you're going out or staying in, we've got you covered. Here's Euronews Culture's guide to what's on in Europe this week.
A Glasgow museum pays tribute to late designer Mary Quant
The exhibition, featuring over 100 designs from the inventor of the mini skirt, opens on 20 May at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in the Scottish city.
Which door will you choose? Tim Burton’s Labyrinth opens in Paris
Visitors to the travelling exhibition in Paris plunge into the universes created by the inventive US director and discover 150 of his original works.
Suckling piglets and a broccoli forest; winners of food photo awards
The Candy Man, by UK photographer Jon Enoch, has won the overall prize in the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year competition.
What to expect at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023
Venice is gearing up for the 2023 Architecture Biennale, one of the most important festivals of the built environment in the world, which will open to the public on May 20th. The show is set to ask and spark debate around some big questions.
Cultural Digest: Going out or staying in? The best of what's on this
Are you lost when it comes to looking for new ideas for going out or what to watch if you're staying in? We've got you. Welcome to Euronews Culture's new weekly guide of what's on in Europe this week.
Largest Norman Foster retrospective opens in Paris
Six decades of works by the world renowned British architect who is often seen as a leader of the "high-tech" trend are now on display at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.