Upcoming exhibitions to add to your 2023 calendar

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Upcoming exhibitions to add to your 2023 calendar

Joyce Joumaa. ال سر اب ف ينرغق لا كی ف / To Remain in the No Longer. Documentary and exhibition, CCA 2023. Photo © Oumayma Ben Tanfous.

After nearly two years of virtual programming and socially distant shows, in-person and experiential exhibitions returned in full force in 2022. AN highlighted a few of the most noteworthy exhibitions in our metareview, and the lineup for 2023 looks equally as exciting. From the first retrospective on the first woman architect to practice solo, to a display of works from photographer and environmentalist Ansel Adams, to a staging at MoMA of 12 public-facing projects across New York City’s five boroughs, here are several exhibitions AN editors have added to our calendars that you should have your radar, too.

Himali Singh Soin: Static Range
The Art Institute of Chicago
Open through May 15

François Dallegret: Beyond the Bubble 2023
Yale Architecture Gallery
New Haven, Connecticut
Open through May 22

To Remain in the No Longer
Canadian Centre for Architecture
February 10–May 28

Designing Motherhood
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center
February 16–December 30

Parall(elles): A History of Women in Design
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
February 18–June 4

New York, New Publics
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
New York
February 19–July 29

Of Mythic Worlds
The Drawing Center
New York

Cartier Design. A Living Legacy
Museo Jumex
Mexico City

Minerva Parker Nichols: The Search for a Forgotten Architect
University of Pennsylvania Harvey & Irwin Kroiz Gallery of the Architectural Archives
March 21–June 17

Ansel Adams in Our Time
de Young Museum
San Francisco
April 8–July 23

The Lives of Documents—Photography as Project
Canadian Centre for Architecture
May 2–March 3, 2024

Out of the Box: Amancio Williams
Canadian Centre for Architecture
June 2023–May 2024

Native Art and Political Ecology
El Paso Museum of Art
El Paso, Texas
July 28–November 12

Beautiful City—Empty City
AIA Houston
September 14–TBD