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Surrealism Beyond Borders
 
Surrealism Beyond Borders
Met Fifth Avenue, New York | 11 Oct–30 Jan 2022
From Asia to the Americas – charting the spread of Surrealism across the globe
 

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Van Gogh and the Olive Groves
 
Van Gogh and the Olive Groves
Dallas Museum of Art | 17 Oct–6 Feb 2022
Ten of the olive-tree paintings the artist produced during his time at Saint-Rémy asylum
 

 
  Scandinavian Design & USA: People, Encounters and Ideas, 1890–1980
 
Scandinavian Design & USA: People, Encounters and Ideas, 1890–1980
Nationalmuseum, Stockholm | 14 Oct–9 Jan 2022
How a wave of immigration at the turn of the 20th century brought Scandi craft to the US
 

 
Sutapa Biswas: Lumen
 
Sutapa Biswas: Lumen
Kettle's Yard, Cambridge | 16 Oct–30 Jan 2022
A survey of the Indian-born artist's work begins with her anti-racist activism in 1980s Britain
 

 
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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 her 30-year career
 
Circle Art Gallery presents East African Encounters (until 17 October) | The Nairobi gallery gives an overview of the best contemporary artists working in the region
 
Black Box Projects presents Adam Jeppesen: Evidence of Absence (until 17 October) | A first solo show in the UK for the Danish artist's richly textured photographs of far-flung places
 
European ArtEast Foundation presents Franciszka Themerson (until 17 October) | Whimsical monochrome wonders, created by the Polish-born painter and illustrator in the 1960s
 
Plus: A.I. Gallery: WeiXin Quek Chong | deepdreams_sublimed | Ingleby Gallery: Andrew Cranston and Lorna Robertson: Faces in the Water | Lawrie Shabibi: Ishmael Randall Weeks: Formas Desplazadas | TAFETA: Victor Ekpuk: I am my Ancestors' Essence | Tabari Artspace: Alfred Basbous: Figurative to Abstraction | Athr Gallery: Sara Abdu: I Only Meant To Visit | AB-ANBAR: Douglas Abdell: Reconstructed Trap House | HOA Galeria: Water Marks: We Must Remember (all 13–17 October) | AB-ANBAR: Douglas Abdell: Reconstructed Trap House (13–24 October)
 
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The City of London has reversed plans to remove two statues with slavery links | Biden has named his nominees to chair the NEA and NEH | Mark A. Roglán, director of the Meadows Museum at SMU, has died at the age of 50 | The UK has rejected Unesco's call to negotiate with Greece on the return of the Parthenon Marbles
 
The City of London has reversed plans to remove two statues with slavery links | Biden has named his nominees to chair the NEA and NEH | Mark A. Roglán, director of the Meadows Museum at SMU, has died at the age of 50 | The UK has rejected Unesco's call to negotiate with Greece on the return of the Parthenon Marbles
 

 
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Why Squid Game looks so strangely familiar
 
Why Squid Game looks so strangely familiar
 

 
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