Art Shows and Exhibitions to See This Fall
Get ready for Manet/Degas and several shows on Picasso this season, plus dazzling surveys of works by Henry Taylor and Alma Thomas.
A blockbuster meetup of Manet and Degas, an unprecedented retrospective for Ed Ruscha and a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see an 800-year-old ink painting that has never before left Asia the new season of museum shows is full of heart-stoppers. A new gallery devoted to plaster is set to open at the Museum of Modern Art, too, and drawing shows are everywhere, from Hanne Darboven in Texas to Stphane Mandelbaum in New York. A Whitney Museum of American Art show of works on paper by the sculptor Ruth Asawa joins Drawing the Line: Michelangelo to Asawa, already open at San Franciscos Legion of Honor Museum. As always, remember that institutions sometimes change their plans, so please double check times and dates on websites.
ONLY THE YOUNG: EXPERIMENTAL ART IN KOREA, 1960s-1970s Coming of age in a rapidly changing country, postwar Korean artists innovated without fear. Organized with the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, this show is slated to travel on to the Hammer in Los Angeles. (Sept. 1-Jan. 7, 2024; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum)