Craving culture? Exhibitions to see now.

Sapphire Star (c. 1990) by Dale Chihuly. Each element changes from a rich opaque blue at its base to clear at its tip, which creates a radiant effect. When viewed at night, the star seems to hover above the landscape. Photo by Greg Weber.

From the Wyeths in Oregon and Noguchi in California to Ai Weiwei in D.C. and Chihuly in N.Y.C., there’s a bumper crop of great art to see right now across the U.S.A.

CALIFORNIA
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Found in Translation: Design in California and Mexico, 1915–1985

Read more: Introspective magazine, Los Angeles Times.

San Francisco Museum of Art
Noguchi’s Playscapes

COLORADO
Denver Art Museum
Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Ai Weiwei: Trace at Hirshhorn

ILLINOIS
Art Institute of Chicago
Along the Lines: Selected Drawings by Saul Steinberg

Erasure 4 (performance documentation) (2015) by Ana Teresa Fernández. © Ana Teresa Fernández. On view at the Denver Art Museum.

IOWA
Figge Art Museum, Davenport
Irma René Koen: An Artist Rediscovered

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

MINNESOTA
Minneapolis Institute of Art
The Beginnings of Modernism: British Design, 1870-1910

NEW YORK
New York Botanical Garden
Chihuly

Whitney Museum of American Art
Calder: Hypermobility

Hanging Spider (c. 1940) by Alexander Calder. Sheet metal, wire, paint. © Calder Foundation. On view at the Whitney in New York.

OREGON
The Wyeths: Three Generations

PENNSYLVANIA
The Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh
The Warhol’s Collection

TEXAS
Dallas Museum of Art
Shaken, Stirred, Styled: The Art of the Cocktail

San Antonio
Intercambios: Modernist Photography in Mexico from the Permanent Collection

Number 86 (1980) by Jamie Wyeth. Watercolor and mixed media on paper. © 2017 Jamie Wyeth. On view at the Portland (Ore.) Art Museum.