Keith Haring: 1978-1982 at Brooklyn Museum
David Hockney at Royal Academy of Arts
Damien Hirst at Tate Modern
Parra at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
The Art of Video Games at Smithsonian American Art Museum
The Ungovernables at New Museum
Weegee: Murder Is My Business at International Center of Photography
Beer In New York at New York Historical Society
Cindy Sherman at MoMA
The Whitney Biennial 2012 at Whitney Museum of American Art
Oh, Canada at MASS MoCA
Spectacle: The Music Video at Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati
Evol at Jonathan Levine Gallery
Rosson Crow at Honor Fraser
Manet in Black at Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Skyscraper: Art and Architecture Against Gravity at MCA Chicago
Fotofocus at Various Venues Across Cincinnati
Zoe Strauss at Philadelphia Museum of Art
Roy Lichtenstein at The Art Institute of Chicago
Frank Oscar Larson: 1950s New York Street Stories at Queens Museum of Art
Os Gemeos at Prism
Kehinde Wiley/The World Stage: Israel at The Jewish Museum of New York
Lifelike at Walker Art Center
Xu Bing: Tobacco Project at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

With 2012 being the alleged end of the world, you better plan accordingly. If art exhibits are your thing, then this list of 25 of the most anticipated exhibitions of 2012, as put together by Complex, can help make sure you are set for the year as far as that goes. Some big shows are happening globally this year including a large-scale exhibition chronicling Keith Haring’s early career, Rosson Crow at Honor Fraser, Kaws’ Down Time exhibition, Os Gemeos at Prism LA, and about 21 others as shown here.

Take a look at the others after the jump.