1. Sydney, Brett Whiteley: Drawing is Everything
This show at Art Gallery NSW is the first major retrospective to focus on the drawings of Brett Whiteley, who worked across disciplines such as sculpture, prints and painting.
Until 31 March.
2. Singapore, Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.
Set across the National Gallery Singapore and the ArtScience Museum – with works by Donald Judd, Ai Weiwei and Olafur Eliasson – this is not to be missed.
Until 14 April.
3. Hiroshima, TeamLab: Digitized Hiroshima Castle
The digital artists have transformed a 16th- century castle in Japan into a colourful interactive art space, which changes in response to how visitors come into contact with it.
Until 7 April.
4. Copenhagen, Pipilotti Rist
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art will play host to the works of the Swiss artist, whose enthralling video and audio installations deal with themes including the body and technology.
Until 23 June.
5. London, Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams
Held at the V&A, this is the largest exhibition on the designer ever staged in the UK. It features hundreds of garments and examines the history and cultural impact of the renowned couturier.
Until 14 July.
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This article was originally published in the March 2019 issue of SilverKris magazine