Take a Virtual Grand Tour of Europe With These 12 Gallery Shows You Can Visit from Your Own Home

Gallery hop across Europe with these virtual shows from Berlin to Ljubljana.

Karishma D’Souza, Where Love Resides. Courtesy of Xippas.
Karishma D’Souza, Where Love Resides. Courtesy of Xippas.

Longing for London? Pining for Paris? Though we may all be working from home for the foreseeable future, we need not be totally cut off from the art world at large. Many galleries across Europe can still be visited virtually, day or night, through Artnet Galleries.  

So, if you’re well into your at-home routine and feel you’re in need of a mental grand tour, here are 12 of our favorite exhibitions throughout Europe that you can visit without leaving the house. 

 

Shuang Li: I Want to Sleep More but by Your Side” at Peres Projects, Berlin

Installation view "I Want to Sleep More but by Your Side," 2020. Courtesy of Peres Projects.

Installation view of “I Want to Sleep More but by Your Side,” 2020. Courtesy of Peres Projects.

 

The Contemporary Human Condition” at JD Malat, London

Ian Cumberland, This Place We Call Home (2019). Courtesy of JD Malat.

Ian Cumberland, This Place We Call Home (2019). Courtesy of JD Malat.

Michael Kenna: Nudes and Landscapes” at Galerija Fotografija, Ljubljana

Michael Kenna, Curious Cloud (2016). Courtesy of Galerija Fotografija

Michael Kenna, Curious Cloud (2016). Courtesy of Galerija Fotografija.

Rob and Nick Carter: Dark Factory Portraits” at Ben Brown Fine Arts, London

Installation view "Rob and Nick Carter: Dark Factory Portraits," 2020. Courtesy of Ben Brown Fine Arts.

Installation view of “Rob and Nick Carter: Dark Factory Portraits,” 2020. Courtesy of Ben Brown Fine Arts.

 

Klaus Staudt: Schichten Und Transparenzen” at Galerie Geiger, Constance, Germany

Klaus Staudt, Wechsel (2019). Courtesy of Galerie Geiger.

Klaus Staudt, Wechsel (2019). Courtesy of Galerie Geiger.

 

David Tremlett: 13 Diptychs | Room 5 – Wall Drawing” at Alfonso Artiaco, Naples

David Tremlett, Build M+N (Diptych) (2018). Courtesy of Galleria Alfonso Artiaco

David Tremlett, Build M+N (Diptych) (2018). Courtesy of Galleria Alfonso Artiaco

 

1. Color 2. Hole and 3. Joke: Selected Works on Paper” at Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna

Yoshitomo Nara, Untitled (2003). Courtesy of Galerie Meyer Kainer

Yoshitomo Nara, Untitled (2003). Courtesy of Galerie Meyer Kainer.

 

The Boundaries of Subconscious: Informal Art in Italy, 1952–1962” at Repetto Gallery, London

Parmeggiani Tancredi, Untitled (1953). Courtesy of Repetto Gallery.

Parmeggiani Tancredi, Untitled (1953). Courtesy of Repetto Gallery.

 

A Silent Conversation: Vajiko Chachkhiani & Reijiro Wada” at Daniel Marzona, Berlin

Vajiko Chachkhiani, Unwelcome Thought (2020). Courtesy of Daniel Marzona

Vajiko Chachkhiani, Unwelcome Thought (2020). Courtesy of Daniel Marzona.

 

L’Abécédaire de Georges Adéagbo: la civilisation parlant et faisant voir la culture” at Galerie Barbara Wien, Berlin 

Installation view “L’Abécédaire de Georges Adéagbo la civilisation parlant et faisant voir la culture,” 2020. Courtesy of Galerie Barbara Wien

Installation view “L’Abécédaire de Georges Adéagbo la civilisation parlant et faisant voir la culture,” 2020. Courtesy of Galerie Barbara Wien.

 

Karishma D’Souza: Invocation” at Galerie Xippas, Paris

Karishma D'Souza, Ocean Words (2018). Courtesy of Galerie Xippas.

Karishma D’Souza, Ocean Words (2018). Courtesy of Galerie Xippas.


“Donna Huanca: Wet Slit” at Simon Lee Gallery, London

Installation view "Donna Huanca: Wet Slit," 2020. Courtesy of Simon Lee Gallery.

Installation view of “Donna Huanca: Wet Slit,” 2020. Courtesy of Simon Lee Gallery.

 


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