Perhaps you seek more at a museum this summer than just strong AC and a good permanent collection? You’re in luck. The summer, typically a slow period for institutions, is livelier this year than usual, filled with the kinds of big shows that normally mark the spring and fall seasons.

Anne Imhof, who won the Golden Lion at the 2017 Venice Biennale, is set to take over Austria’s Kunsthaus Bregenz with her latest creations while Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie is mounting an Andy Warhol blockbuster. I. M. Pei will get a retrospective at Hong Kong’s M+ museum, and Zanele Muholi is doing a rebooted version of their lockdown-era Tate Modern retrospective at that institution.

Well-established figures are getting fresh looks: the Art Institute of Chicago will explore Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings of New York, Paul Gauguin is coming under the microscope at the National Gallery of Australia, and Lawrence Weiner is getting a Chinese museum survey. Meanwhile, new artists will be added to the canon: Neoclassicist painter Guillaume Lethière, German modernist Paula Modersohn-Becker, and Argentine-German abstractionist Gyula Kosice are all getting their due this summer.

Below, a look at 44 museum shows to see this summer.