Flights of fancy discovering the art of travelling to find the world’s best exhibitions

For culture vultures, 2019 holds a dazzling array of museum exhibitions. From London to Los Angeles and Brooklyn to Basel, there are thoughtful, sweeping and often provocative shows to look forward to. Here are some of the most exciting the world has to offer, each with air miles as standard, writes James Tarmy

20th January, 2019
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Garry Winogrand: Color at the Brooklyn Museum

May 3-August 18

Winogrand (1928–1984) is famous for his black and white snapshots of mid-century New York. His lush colour photography of the same subjects – commuters, teens, high society and everything in between – is more obscure, in large part because it hasn’t been exhibited significantly since 1967. (That year he included 80 colour images in MoMA’s New Documents exhibition, which were displayed in a slide projector. However, the projector broke and wasn’t...

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