Exhibitions to see in Europe in 2023

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This is the page dedicated to exhibitions to see in Europe in 2023.

Here you will find all the exhibitions, events and in-depth information on what there is to see and discover which events you should not miss.
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Here is the list of must-see exhibitions in Italy in 2023 opening in the coming months that I recommend you do not miss.



Guido Reni

One of the main temporary exhibitions planned by the Prado for 2023 is dedicated to Guido Reni. A project designed to highlight “the contribution” of this painter and engraver “to the art of his time” (between the 16th and 17th centuries).

28 March – 9 July 2023 | Museo National del Prado, Madrid

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Marc Chagall
The Poetry of Emotions

An exhibition-event devoted exclusively to the works of the Franco-Russian artist, a key figure in modern painting.
Among the twenty emblematic works on display, each bearing witness to Chagall’s intimate and personal history, the public will find the artist’s favourite themes: his muse and first companion Bella Rosenfeld, pairs of lovers – Study for The Lovers on the Bridge; Couple in the Moonlight; The Lover with the Red Profile and the Blue Donkey -, musicians – The Violinist -, animals – The Green Donkey -, hybrid creatures, but also his childhood memories in Vitebsk, flowers – Lovers with a Bouquet -, circus scenes – Multicoloured Clown -, landscapes of exile. ..
Full of vivid colours and light, Marc Chagall’s works reveal the heart and soul of an artist overflowing with love for everything around him.

18 March – 19 April 2023 | OPERA Gallery, Paris

Marc Chagall | The Lover with the Red Profile and the Blue Donkey

Marc Chagall, The Lover with the Red Profile and the Blue Donkey, 1971
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From Leonardo da Vinci to Cy Twombly

There is also a work by Luigi Pericle on show in Paris for the new stage of the exhibition dedicated to the doodle in art and which, after Villa Medici in Rome, is set up at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-Arts.

8 February – 30 April 2023 | École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts

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Nasan Tur

Nasan Tur has already exhibited at documenta14 and the 10th Istanbul Biennial, as well as at the Palais de Tokyo, the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt. The artist, who lives and works in Berlin, examines the extent to which social role models shape and influence us and when the moment comes when we break away from them.

26 May 2023 – 1 April 2024 | Berlinische Galerie, Berlin

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After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art

A major exhibition with around 100 paintings and sculptures by artists such as Cezanne, Van Gogh, Rodin, Picasso, Matisse, Klimt, Käthe Kollwitz, Sonia Delaunay, Kandinsky and Mondrian.
While celebrating Paris as an international art capital, the exhibition also focuses on the exciting and often revolutionary artistic developments in other European cities during this period.

25 March – 13 August 2023 | National Gallery, London

Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin



Between light and shadow, love letters and scenes from everyday life, the works of Jan Vermeer (1632 – 1675) are among the most magnetic in art history. The exhibition at the Rijksmuseum has the merit of bringing together the largest number of Vermeer’s works ever and is also the result of research that sheds light on some of the mysteries surrounding the Dutch artist’s figure and painting method.

10 February – 4 June 2023 | Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

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