Craving culture? Exhibitions to see now.

Self-Portrait (Autorretrato)(1952) Rosa Rolanda, oil on canvas, Acervo Museo de Arte Moderno/INBA, © Courtesy of El Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes Y Literatura, 2017. On view at the Dallas Museum of Art.

From American photographs in Oregon and the Whitney Biennial in New York to Whistler in Illinois and Giacometti in North Carolina, a fresh crop of art exhibits is springing up across the country.

CALIFORNIA
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
James Turrell, Breathing Light

San Francisco Museum of Art
Tomás Saraceno: Stillness in Motion – Cloud Cities

ILLINOIS
Art Institute of Chicago
Whistler’s Mother: An American Icon Returns to Chicago

MASSACHUSETTS
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Matisse in the Studio

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Side Chair (1940) by Eero Saarinen and Charles Eames. On view at the Cranbrook Art Museum in Michigan.

MICHIGAN
Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills
Finland 100: The Cranbrook Connection

MINNESOTA
Minneapolis Institute of Art
International Modernism: Art in a Fast-Changing World

NORTH CAROLINA
Bechtler Museum of Art
Alberto Giacometti: 45 Drawings Portfolio

La Talaverita, Sunday Morning NY Times (2016) by Aliza Nisenbaum. Oil on linen. On view at the Whitney in New York.

NEW YORK
The Whitney
Whitney Biennial

OREGON
Portland Museum of Art
American Photographs

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Installation view: Tomás Saraceno: Stillness in Motion – Cloud Cities (2016), on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Photo: © Studio Tomás Saraceno.

PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Phulkari: The Embroidered Textiles of Punjab from the Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz Collection

TEXAS
Dallas Museum of Art
México 1900-1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde

WASHINGTON
Seattle Museum of Art
Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series

The Migration Series, Panel 18: The migration gained in momentum (1940–41) by Jacob Lawrence, casein tempera on hardboard. © 2016 The Jacob and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Foundation.