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 Return Journey: Art of the Americas in Spain
 
Return Journey: Art of the Americas in Spain
Prado, Madrid | 5 Oct–13 Feb 2022
The artworks that Spanish explorers took back with them from the New World
 

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Mika Rottenberg
 
Mika Rottenberg
Louisiana, Humlebæk | Until 9 Jan 2022
Cartoonish films and sculptures send up the absurdities of global capitalism
 

Frieze

 
Titian's Vision of Women: Beauty – Love – Poetry
 
Titian's Vision of Women: Beauty – Love – Poetry
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna | 5 Oct–16 Jan 2022
How Titian and his peers invented a new ideal of womanhood
 

Richard Serra Drawings

 
Paris – Athens: The Birth of Modern Greece, 1675–1919
 
Paris – Athens: The Birth of Modern Greece, 1675–1919
Louvre, Paris | Until 7 Feb 2022
The discovery of ancient Greece and the emergence of the modern nation
 

 
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Oliver Hoare Limited presents The Natural World (until 22 October) ​​| From scholar's rocks to golden spider silk – a display of nature's most marvellous objects
 
Lehmann Maupin presents Liza Lou 'Desire Lines' (until 6 November) | The Californian artist has combined art, craft and landscape architecture over a career of 30 years
 
Selma Feriani Gallery presents Archaic Contingency (6–10 October) | The Chilean artist Catalina Swinburn weaves elaborate sculptures and costumes from the pages of books
 
Circle Art Gallery presents East African Encounters (6–17 October) | The Nairobi gallery gives an overview of the best contemporary artists working in the region
 
European ArtEast Foundation presents Franciszka Themerson (6–17 October) | Whimsical monochrome wonders, created by the Polish-born painter and illustrator in the 1960s
 
Black Box Projects presents Adam Jeppeson: Evidence of Absence (6–17 October) | A first UK solo show for the Danish artist's richly textured photographs of far-flung places
 
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The Spanish government has finally approved funds for the Prado's expansion | A Danish museum and artist are fighting over two blank canvases | and the New Museum has created a $400,000 sculpture prize for women
 
The Spanish government has finally approved funds for the Prado's expansion | A Danish museum and artist are fighting over two blank canvases | and the New Museum has created a $400,000 sculpture prize for women
 

 
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Next time you're nursing a broken heart, why not try drawing your shoe?
 
Next time you're nursing a broken heart, why not try drawing your shoe?
 

 
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