Exhibition Roundup: July 2013

The ESPIONART Exhibition of the Month, Jane and Louise Wilson continues at the 303 Gallery in New York until 2 August 2013.

Anyone who missed the Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern in London can take the Eurostar to Paris until 4 November 2013 to see him in all his dotty glory at the Centre Pompidou.

While in Paris, don’t miss Keith Haring: The Political Line at the Musée d’Art Moderne until 18 August 2013.

Richard Diebenkorn: The Berkeley Years, 1953–1966 remains at the de Young Museum in San Francisco until 29 September 2013.

Sounding the Body Electric: Experiments in Art and Music in Eastern Europe, 1957–1984 continues to 25 August 2013 at Calvert 22 in London.

Women in Soviet Art continues until 11 November 2013 at The Museum of Russian Art in Minneapolis.

Women in Soviet Art

Pompeii may be the hot ticket at London’s British Museum right now, but visitors shouldn’t miss the free exhibition The Art of Influence: Asian Propaganda, now open until 1 September 2013.

Meanwhile, up the road at the British Library, Propaganda: Power and Persuasion gives a more international outlook on state propaganda during the last century, until 17 September 2013.

For the rest of this year, the Saint Louis Art Museum in Missouri is putting the spotlight on its impressive collection of German art produced during the Cold War in Postwar German Art in the Collection, on until 26 January 2014.

More German art, unsurprisingly, at the Museum Ludwig in Cologne, as the return of its collection of Gerhard Richter paintings is celebrated with the exhibition Gerhard Richter. Elbe, November, and Other Works until 8 September 2013.

And, finally, last call for Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai, but only until 28 July 2013.

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