We know how the DAOTEY community loves art and enjoys spending free time exploring new art exhibitions and museums. We’ve rounded up the art exhibitions by next year we´d recommend. At DAOTEY we would be thrilled to visit these amazing art exhibitions in Oslo, Madrid, Paris, Vienna, London or Venice, of some of the most famous artists of all times, such as Frida Kahlo, Basquiat, Paul Cézanne, Claude Monet Joan Mitchell, Tomàs Saraceno and others.
European cities such as Oslo, Madrid, Paris, Munich, Vienna, London, Venice, are home to some of the world's best art galleries and museums. Moreover, there are numerous art spots to discover up-and-coming creatives that exhibit their works in smaller yet popular locations. The wide range of art venues that are available for visiting in 2022 and 2023 can introduce the visitor to the history of arts, movements and styles, such as impressionism, naive art, abstract art, contemporary and even immersive art. Let's discover the DAOTEY choice of some of the most exciting art venues.
Van Gogh Exhibit: The Immersive Experience
Location: Several cities around Europe
Dates: Open now
Awarded best 2021 immersive experience art exhibition invites you to the world of Van Gogh’s most famous artworks. The visitor can experience virtual reality elements, 3D projections and immersive rooms filled with projections and elements of Van Gogh’s paintings such as The Starry Night and The Yellow House to Sunflowers. The exhibition is currently on in many cities around Europe.
Find out more in the link if the show is on in the required city.
National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design
Location: Oslo, Norway
Dates: Open everyday, Tuesday to Sunday from 10 AM-9PM
Visit Oslo’s Newly Opened National Museum of Art. The museum opened in June and invites visitors to view a collection of 6,500 objects telling the story of the evolution of post-colonial art, design and craft. You may find a range of experiences at the Museum, from Frida Kahlo to Wenche Selmer, from Scandinavian Design to present culture, from fairy tales to Gothic modernism. The exterior of the building is a separate piece of modern art designed by German architects Kleihues + Schuwerk.
Frida Kahlo: Wings to Fly
Location: Madrid, Spain
Dates: 07 May 2022 - 30 November 2022
The first individual exhibition of the Mexican artist in Madrid since 1985 presents 31 original works by Kahlo from private collections. The works are accompanied by a collection of 87 photographs belonging to museums. The exhibition invites the audience to find out more about Frida’s life, and identify with Frida’s physical and emotional suffering that the artis has experienced throughout her life. The visitor may view the exhibition as a pictorial photographic autobiography of Frida Kahlo.
Claude Monet - Joan Mitchell, Fondation Louis Vuitton (Louis Vuitton Foundation)
Location: Paris, France
Dates: 05 October 2022 to 27 January 2023
The exhibition invites the audience to experience works of art of two prominent figures in the art history - Claude Monet and Joan Mitchell.
The exhibitions present 60 works by both artists with some of the most famous artworks such as the “Water Lily Pond” and “No Room at the End”.The viewer has a chance to explore and observe each artist’s unique style, manner and language, which they utilized in a particularly immersive and sensual manner.
Shepard Fairey - AMUSEUM of Contemporary Art
Location: Munich, Germany
Dates: Until April 2023
AMUSEUM of Contemporary Art is a non-profit art association in Munich, dedicated to establishing modern art. This time they have turned a former bookshop into a contemporary art museum. The show displays 100 art objects by some of the world’s best artists. One of the exhibitions within the venue is called “SHEPARD FAIREY - NEW CLEAR POWER '' that draws attention to culture, art and the current political subjects such as human rights, environmental protection and cancer prevention.
Basquiat: Of Symbols and Signs
Location: Vienna, Austria
Dates: 09 Sep 2022 - 08 Jan 2023
Jean-Michel Basquiat, an American Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in 1960. The artist is considered to have some of the most revolutionary and emotionally charged artworks. The exhibition presents some 50 major works from renowned public and private collections. The audience can explore Basquiat's highly symbolic paintings that draw attention to political themes, criticizing racism, social injustice, and consumer capitalism.
The EY Exhibition: Cézanne at Tate Modern
Location: Tate Modern, London, UK
Dates: Until 12 March 2023
Cézanne is famous for his paintings of still life and landscapes. The exhibition features many works shown for the first time in the UK. It invites the visitors to explore the artist’s struggle between joining the emerging movement of impressionists and developing his own unique style. Cézannes style and choice of colors often reminds of his native origin - Aix-en-Provence, France, that the French painter left in his 20s.
The Venice Biennale: The Milk of Dreams
Location: Venice, Italy
Dates: 23 April 2022 - 27 November 2023.
The 59th International Art Exhibition is called “The Milk of Dreams”, which takes its title from a book by Leonora Carrington. The author describes a magical world where life is constantly re-envisioned through the prism of the imagination. It is curated by Cecilia Alemani and features 213 artists from 58 countries; 180 of these are participating for the first time in the International Exhibition. The visitor embarks on an imaginary journey where they can find 1433 works and objects on display, 80 of which are developed specifically for the Art Biennale. The exhibition is held every two years and has three different pavilions. It is recommended to spend at least 4 hours at each pavilion to explore and investigate the works mindfully.
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms
Location: London, UK
Dates: 18 May 2021 – 28 August 2023
Guess what, the iconic exhibition by Yayoi Kusama got extended until August 2023, therefore, if you did not have a chance to visit Kusama’s Infinity Room in Tate Modern, go ahead and plan a visit as now you have got plenty of time. Most of Yayoi Kusama’s art is inspired by hallucinations that she experienced in her childhood, therefore, Kusama’s work is usually psychedelic. The exhibition offers a glimpse into the mind of the radical contemporary Japanese artist.
Location: London, UK
Dates: Open now
The newest multi-dimensional art experience in London is housed in a large venue in the heart of London. Each visitor gets immersed into every artwork and detail of the most famous artists such as Kandinsky, Munch, Monet and Rembrandt. There are four galleries, through which the audience can journey through and experience various immersive technologies and timeless art. This show can definitely inspire visitors of all ages and backgrounds.
At DAOTEY we hope to attend as many of these exhibitions as possible to get to experience the world of art even better and to draw inspiration for the upcoming DAOTEY collections. We are interested to know which exhibitions you aim to visit and which shows you have seen already in the comments under our latest post here. Discover more about art in our latest article about digital art and NFT’s here.