The Art Newspaper–previews

Katharina Fritsch

Curated by Kunsthaus Zürich’s Bice Curiger, who is also editorial director of Tate Etc and editor-in-chief of Parkett, this retrospective of German artist Katharina Fritsch includes new work presented to the public for the first time. Read more…

Walking in my Mind

Following on from Hayward director Ralph Rugoff’s “Psycho Buildings” in 2008, “Walking in my Mind” is another sensory extravaganza of large-scale installations, with works by ten contemporary international artists. Read more…

Thomas Schutte

Munich’s Haus der Kunst has mounted this exhibition on Düsseldorf-based artist Thomas Schütte on the back of a commission from the Oldenburg state savings bank for a large-scale sculpture outside its head office. Read more…

Passions Partagées

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Lausanne’s Fondation de l’Hermitage, this blockbuster show is a homage to the foundation’s first exhibition, “Impressionism in the collections of French-speaking Switzerland” in 1984. Since then the foundation has shown thousands of works by Swiss collectors, and this is the institution’s tribute to that special relationship. Read more…