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2001 - 2005, art shows throughout the world seen by ArtoftheDay

Between 2001 and 2005, ArtoftheDay published every day a calendar of art shows opening in museums throughout the world and in French speaking countries art galleries. Each notice, often illustrated, offers a short commentary and a link to the museum or gallery where the exhibition was taking place.

These thousands of notices are a precious source of information and reflect the art trends of the times. By clicking on their title you will get access to their contents.

Robert Perry. Echoes of War 1914-18
From june 30 to september 2 2001
Robert Perry's work reflects his ecological and humanist commitment. Passionately opposed to war and a supporter of Amnesty International, he presents the result of a long work in the battlefields of the First World War.
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American Spectrum: Paintings and Sculptures from the Smith College Museum of Art
From june 30 to september 30 2001
American art over the past three centuries with works by such artists as John Singleton Copley, Daniel Chester French, James McNeill Whistler, Charles Sheeler and Willem de Kooning.
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Braikenridge's Bristol
From june 30 to september 2 2001
An art exhibition showing watercolours from the Museum's collection of drawings and paintings of Bristol in the 1820s. Collection commissioned by George Weare Braikenridge.
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City Cross 500th Celebration
From june 30 to july 29 2001
As part of the celebrations surrounding the 500th anniversary of the City Cross in Chichester we will show works from the permanent collections which depict this local landmark.
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Crossroads of American Sculpture
From june 30 to september 2 2001
Entirely devoted to American art, this exhibition present 65 years of developpment of modern sculpture through the work of six artists who redefined this medium: D. Smith, G. Rickey, J. Chamberlain, R. Indiana, W. Wiley and B. Nauman. [...]
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Russell Drysdale, Sunday Evening, 1941
From june 30 to september 23 2001
Exhibition devoted to one piece of the Australian collection of the museum... Painted in 1941, Sunday evening is a key work in the development of Russell Drysdale's carreer, the first one featuring a inland theme, broking with the rural [...]
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Grandma Moses in the 21th century
From june 30 to august 26 2001
The most important works by Anna Mary Robertson, Grandma Moses examined from a contemporary viewpoint. Relationships between Moses's style and that of other artists of her day and the many reason behind her long-lasting popularity.
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Ingres to Matisse. Masterpieces of French Painting
From june 30 to september 23 2001
The exhibition brings together 19th and early 20th c. French painting masterpieces drawn from the collections of the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Walters Art Gallery. Works by Delacroix, Manet, Monet, Cézanne, Van Gogh, etc.
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Suzanne McClelland: Enough Enough
From june 30 to september 6 2001
Installations and paintings which were inspired by a play of imagination and a taste for travel, frustration, satisfaction and the role language plays in them.
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Snow noise. Carsten Nicolai
From june 30 to august 5 2001
On his return from exhibiting at the Venice Biennale, artist and musician Nicolai presents his first personal exhibition in Australia. He presents a snowflake installation with an infinitely variable structure which is a metaphor for human [...]
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Ties That Bind: Ed Rossbach and Katherine Westphal
From june 30 to september 30 2001
Most influencial in the world of contemporary fiber arts, the husband and wife Ed Rossbach and Katherine Westphal have specialised in the basketwork. Several decades of their work is on display.
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H.C. Westermann
From june 30 to september 23 2001
Large retrospective of the artist who was considered as a Pop artist, a neo-dada artist and a figurative sculptor.
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An Added Dimension: Sculptors as Printmakers
From june 30 to september 23 2001
An invitation to discover prints realised by artists who are famous for their sculptures such as Marino Marini, Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt or Mark di Suvero.
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Bentwood Furniture from the High Museum of Art Collection
From june 30 to december 2 2001
Bentwood pieces of furniture are made of glued wood molded into curved designs. Most of the pieces, made in Austria from 1850 to 1925, were created by the Brothers Thonet, a Vienna firm whose work is recognized as the predecessor for much [...]
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Jean Dubuffet
From june 30 to august 26 2001
Presentation of works on paper by Dubuffet of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and paintings, graphic art and books from the Stedlijk collection.
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La Grafica Chicana: Three Decades of Chicano Prints, 1970-2000
From june 30 to october 14 2001
Featuring 26 prints by 21 artists, who initially were members of the Chicano civil rights movement.
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Air Beat 01. Frode Gundorf Nielsen
From june 29 to september 16 2001
Computor-controlled compressed air passes through two vocal cords, creating a modulated sound. This sonore installation by Danish artist Frode Gundorf Nielsen is completed by light and water expression.
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The Art’otel Presents Donald Sultan: In the Still Life Tradition
From june 29 to september 9 2001
Sultan's still life structures are cut and scraped in vinyl which is mounted on heavy wooden structures. The spaces are then filled with thick tar-made fruits and vegetables and covered with paint
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El Favor de los Santos
From june 29 to september 2 2001
The exhibit presents over 100 Mexican 19th c. retablos - small devotional paintings on tin- revealing the complexity of ancient religious traditions from which they were inherited.
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Japanese Fishermen's Coats from Awaji Island
From june 29 to september 2 2001
The exhibition explores traditional Japanese garments in the context of the island's history. These indigo dyed and embroidered coats were worn by fishermen until the 1930's
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Twenty centuries in cathedrals, ,
From june 29 to december 2 2001
250 artworks representing the life of French Cathedrals. Remarkable unique ensemble of models of the monuments, symbolical of the French history: Sens, Reims, Chartres, Amiens.
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Wayne Thiebaud: A Paintings Retrospective
From june 28 to september 23 2001
The exhibit features fifty years of work by one of the most important living artists in Modern American art. Over 100 oil paintings, watercolors and pastels by Thiebaud who, although more nostalgic than other Pop artists, was closely [...]
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Michael Miller
From june 28 to september 3 2001
Recent works by this contemporary artist whose graceful compositions are based on decorative motifs, words, collaged elements, patterns and marks.
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Amadeu de Sousa Cardoso, Piet Mondrian: From Landscape to Abstraction,
From june 28 to september 30 2001
This exhibition sets up a parallelism between the two artists, who never met but nevertheless followed a common path, using their native landscapes for their artistic researches.
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The Prints of H.C. Westermann : See America First
From june 28 to september 9 2001
The exhibition features printed works by the artist who was a central figure of the American Figurative and Pop Art of the post-war period : lithographs, woodblock prints, linoleum prints and drawings.
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Boca Raton Collects : Masterpieces from Private Collections
From june 27 to august 26 2001
Featured are works of various styles and from different periods, that the museum would like to acquire.
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Howard Hodgkin at the Dulwich Picture Gallery
From june 26 to september 19 2001
Howard Hodgkin's paintings are placed next to more ancient masters : pagan mythological scenes by Poussin, dream skies by Cuyp, Lely's eroticism and Watteau's idyllic delicacy in les fêtes galantes
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Even the walls are watching: color photos by Patrick Ernaux, ,
From june 26 to september 29 2001
An archaeologist photographer directs towards his double profession.
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Remembering Lubolm. Images of a Jewish Community
From june 26 to october 28 2001
Discovering the Jewish community of Lubolm (or Libivine), leaving in one of the oldest Polish shtetl. Photographs, artefacts and documents provide a rare glimpse of this flourisching center of Yddish culture before World War II.
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A Century of Design, Part IV: 1975-2000
From june 26 2001 to january 6 2002
A confluence of styles, materials, techniques and trends characterizes this last part of the large survey dedicated to 20th-century design, amongst the numerous exemples shown are some works of the famous T. Ando, Sir N. Foster, F. Gehry [...]
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Three desasters. Emphatics whims
From june 26 to september 17 2001
Third and last part of the series dedicated to the drawings about war by Goya, Caprichos enfáticos describes, with a symbolic language and a very fine way, the repression years and the come back of absolutism in 1814 and 1815.
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Beyond the Easel : Decorative Painting by Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis, and Roussel, 1890-1930
From june 26 to september 16 2001
TheNabis group including Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis and Roussel promoted decorative art as a link between art and everyday life. Beautiful large- scale panels, some of which were never shown outside of France.
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Cerith Wyn Evans
From june 24 to august 26 2001
The English artist Evans features two installations inspired by the great names of cinema, art and litterature. Far from direct quotations, his works are wide networks of sounds, pictures and texts which convey the portrait of these [...]
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Karen Ann Forsyth
From june 24 to july 22 2001
Presentation of figurative drawings by the Oxford artist Karen Ann Forsyth, which explore the expressive potential of different types of paper...
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Fernand Rolland. Poète, peintre et sculpteur
From june 24 to october 30 2001
The painter Fernand Rolland was born in Auxerre in 1920, his place in the Contemporary Art of the Yonne area is essential. This retrospective displays paintings, sculptures, collages and poems by the artist.
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Ousmane Sow
From june 24 to september 3 2001
30 sculptures representing African ethnic groups enable you to discover the singular art of this internationally renowned Senegalese artist who works with a combination of soaked materials applied to a framework of steel, straw and jute.
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Phyllis Baldino : Times Per Second
From june 23 to august 26 2001
Human perception of reality, time and colors, the theme will be developped in three videos by the Brooklyn artist Phyllis Baldino.
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Elemental Landscapes : Photographs by Harry Callahan
From june 23 to september 30 2001
Over 100 photographs made by Harry Callahan, from 1942 untill his death in 1999, are brought together, showing his love for landscapes as well as his famous urban views.
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Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset
From june 23 to september 16 2001
Since 1995, Elmgreen and Dragset have created collectively : mixed media, installations, sculptures, performances... In their works, they explore with irony the relationship between modern Scandinavian architecture and the idea of democratic [...]
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Gems. Paul Klee. Collection
From june 23 to august 26 2001
Featuring 94 paintings, drawings and watercolours by Paul Klee, this exhibition provide an insight into the richly faced oeuvre of the artist: works inspired by Delaunay, marqued by the visit to Tunisia and then, by the Bauhaus experience...
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Michelangelo : Drawings and Treasures from the Casa Buonarroti, Florence
From june 23 to september 2 2001
Paintings, drawings and sketches by the great Italian artist of the Renaissance, coming from his family home collection. These works have never been shown in the United States.
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New painting in Australia: Phenomena
From june 23 to august 12 2001
Authentic works by Australian artists at the turn of the 21st century.
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O’Keeffe in Williamsburg
From june 23 to october 21 2001
The exhibit is a reconstruction of an exhibit organized by Alfred Stieglitz in 1938. It includes some of her finest flower paintings and cityscapes.
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Adrian Piper : A Retrospective, 1965 - 2000
From june 23 to august 26 2001
Photography, paintings, drawings, collages and multimedia from 1965 to 2000, will be on display for a retrospective entirely dedicated to Adrian Piper, the politically committed artist, whose work exposes rascism, sexism and xenophobia.
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Paul Henry Ramirez : Elevatious Transcendsualistic
From june 23 to august 26 2001
The powerfull touch of Ramirez, his bold colors and lines, invite us to speculation. "The work simultaneously evokes a childish innocence and sexual provocativeness..." explains the artist.
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Henry Moore: Sculpting the 20th Century
From june 23 to september 16 2001
The first major retrospective of the artist's work in the United States in the past 20 years. 120 works of art that not only span Henry Moore's career, but also illustrate his role in the evolution of modern sculpture.
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The John A. and Margaret Hill Collection of American Western Art
From june 23 to august 26 2001
Art of the American West reflects an allegory that helped to shape our nation, an allegory of ever-expanding landscapes inhabited by cowboys and Native Americans.
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Silver Blossoms, Turquoise Mountains: Early 20th Century Southwest Indian Jewelry
From june 23 to august 26 2001
Navajo, Hopi or Zuni Indians drew their inspiration from the environment to create jewelry with turquoise, lapis, coral or seashells. This exhibition celebrates both the beauty of nature and the delicacy of those craftsmen.
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Erro. Retrospective
From june 23 2001 to january 6 2002
A retrospective to follow the career of the most renowned Icelander artist, from the beginnings to his latest works.
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European masterpieces: Six Centuries of Paintings from the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia
From june 23 to september 9 2001
88 works masterpieces from this splendid collection, most of which on view for the first time in the US: El Greco, Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Memling, Gainsborough, Monet, Picasso, Hockney
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Get real. Romanticism and new landscapes in art
From june 23 to august 19 2001
This exhibition explores the relationship between landscape and contemporary crafts (ceramics, glass, jewellery and furniture) and the influence of historical movements such as Romanticism on the work of contemporary makers.
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Gold Fever
From june 23 to november 11 2001
From the 17th century till nowadays, gold has always been fascinating and used to give evidence of power in religion or politics. Numerous objects are displayed.
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Let It Shine : Self-taught Art from the T. Marshall Hahn Collection
From june 23 to september 2 2001
The exhibit features works of the self-learnt artists of South: William Hawkins, Thornton Dial, Lonnie Holley, Howard Finster, Elijah Pierce, Bill Traylor, Nellie Mae Rowe and Sam Doyle, among others.
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Matta in America : Paintings and Drawings of the 1940s
From june 23 to september 2 2001
The exhibition features 20 paintings and 15 drawings of the artist and reveals his relationship to Surrealism.
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New Acquisitions
From june 23 to september 9 2001
A selection of recent acquisitions of the museum.
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The New York School and Beyond : Paintings from the Art Enterprises, Limited Collection
From june 23 to august 19 2001
The New York School is also known as American Abstract Expressionism. 21 works will be displayed, among which paintings by Jackson Pollock, Robert Motherwell, Franz Kline and Hans Hofmann.
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Robert Motherwell and Jasper Johns : Poetic Works as Metaphor
From june 23 to august 19 2001
50 lithographs and etchings created by the two artits together with various poets.
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Virtual Light : An Exhibition of Art and Technology
From june 23 to september 2 2001
12 artists who use all kinds of technology in their creations. From low-tech to high-tech (camera obscura, computers, virtual reality)
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Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2001
From june 22 to august 19 2001
Each year, New Contemporaries give to emerging Britannic artists an exceptionnal opportunity to be seen. Bloomberg New Contemporaries continues its commitment by supporting artists during the early stages of their carrers.
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Against Design
From june 22 to september 2 2001
Against traditional understanding of design, but in favor of design blended with art and architecture, from 1920 to 1960: Kevin Appel, Roy McMakin, Jorge Pardo, Joe Scanlan, Pae White and Andrea Zittel, Tobias Rehberger, and Angela [...]
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The Art of Ing Barings : The Modern Collection
From june 22 to september 2 2001
The collection of Ing Barings, a businessman living in London, brings together works by British artists such as Stanley Spencer, John and Paul Nash, Keith Vaughan...
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Broad Street. Gillian Wearing
From june 22 to september 30 2001
Winner of the Turner Prize in 1997, Gillian Wearing exploits the possibilities of media in the depersonalisation of the Portrait. In her work, troubles, dreams and the most intimate desires are confessed in a "disturbing kind of portrait".
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Celebrity Caricature in America
From june 22 to august 31 2001
Exploring the history of 19th caricature from the time when this new form permeated the press (fashion magazines and other periodocals) to modern portraiture and vision of celebrity. Works by G.Cohan, M. Covarrubias, Hirschfeld, Cotton, [...]
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Digital: Printmaking now
From june 22 to september 2 2001
The "Print national" organization studies developments and transformations in the field of printmaking. This exhibition is devoted to the increasing use of computers in technical processes.
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The Encyclopedia : from arts to sciences between 1751 and 2001, ,,
From june 22 to november 18 2001
To celebrate the 250th birthday of Diderot and D'Alembert's Encyclopedia, contemporary artists and philosophers propose a rereading of articles in the light of the 21th c. and its questionnings.
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Stephen Finer: paintings
From june 22 to september 2 2001
Portraits of various personalities such as David Bowie, Marlene Dietrich, Patrick Garland and Alexandra Bastedo.
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Migrations, Humanity in Transition: Photographs by Sebatião Salgado
From june 22 to september 9 2001
300 photographs that document the global phenomenon of mass migration. Salgado's pictures tell the story of how population growth, environmental degradation, natural disasters, and economic pressures have resulted in mass migrations [...]
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Alexandre Dumas, the Spain journey, ,
From june 22 to october 21 2001
A journey in the Spain of 1840 years throughout E.Giraud drawings and etchings and A.Dumas writings. An exhibition rich in encounters and discoveries.
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Cinquième biennale des artistes Hawaiiens
From june 22 to august 12 2001
Continuing a tradition begun in 1993, The Contemporary Museum's fifth Biennial Exhibition presents a selection of some of the best recent work by artists living and working in the state. Mixed-media installation by Ben Kikuyama, photographs [...]
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Karen Azoulay
From june 21 to july 28 2001
Fascinated with theater atmosphere and sub-aquatic world, Karen Azoulay proposes a conceptual installation of her paintings.
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Millie Chen. Contemporary Art Project Series
From june 21 to august 19 2001
Canadian artist Millie Chen is fascinated by the ecology of the body through the history of scientific and social use. She explores here the relationships between seeing and hearing.
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Mies in America
From june 21 to september 23 2001
A retrospective of architectural projects for sites in North America, which allows a better assesment of the considerable work of this avant-garde architect, who was the last director of the Bauhaus.
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Poiesis
From june 21 to july 28 2001
Works by Marianne Lovink and Sheila Moss.
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Mies in Berlin
From june 21 to september 11 2001
The exhibit features 30 projects of the German period in the architect's career (1913 - 1938) and follows its evolution under the influence of the Weirmar culture.
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Chihuly's Dramatic Glass
From june 21 to october 21 2001
Chihuly constantly takes us by surprise through the diversity of forms, colors and textures that he gives to a single material, glass. His technical mastery and plastical qualities place him at the core of the great Venitian tradition.
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Degas and America. The Early Collectors
From june 21 to september 9 2001
Around 75 works by Degas are displayed, among those that were acquired by his first American amateurs from the end of the 19th century till the early 20th century.
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Uninterrupted dialogue: Ten contemporary answers to ancient art ,
From june 21 to september 21 2001
When contemporary artists look at works from the past.
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A well placed helmet is a secure gaze
From june 21 to august 12 2001
Exhibited works have a common point, they are devoted to the building and site of the Kunsthalle Nürnberg. Spaces are destroyed or recreated, views are obstructed or opened up... Reality and imagination overlap one another.
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Return to life. A new look at the portrait bust
From june 21 to october 14 2001
The portrait bust was particularly popular during the 19th century. It was considered as the most appropriate means of commemorating an individual. The exhibit brings us face to face, once more, with works which appear in public places [...]
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Clyfford Still
From june 21 to september 16 2001
40 large-scale canvasses by the famous American painter Clyfford Still encompassing the period from 1944 to 1960 reveal the power of his abstract expression.
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Works on Paper : Selections from the Permanent Collection
From june 21 to december 31 2001
The Chrysler Museum focuses on 25 prints and drawings from the permanent collection, spanning the 15th to the 19th centuries, featuring Albrecht Dürer.
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Vermeer and the Delft School
From june 20 to september 16 2001
The Delft School is better known by for its paintings presenting the views of interiors, street or courtyards by Vermeer et Pieter de Hooch. Nevertheless the artists of Delft also produced history paintings and portraits...
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Infinity: the textiles of Akihito Izukura
From june 19 to september 15 2001
In addition to 100 beautifully woven garments, scarves, and wall hangings, featuring the work of textile designer Akihido Izukura, the exhibition chronicles the history of the dying processes and special loom techniques he uses.
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Master Drawings from the Smith College Museum of Art
From june 19 to august 12 2001
Works by Bartolommeo, Bouche, Cezanne, Degas, De Kooning, Fragonard, Gainsborough, Grünewald, Ingre, Ingres, Matisse, Tiepolo
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Through the Window : Honolulu Printmakers and Women Printmakers of Austin
From june 19 to july 20 2001
Recent prints by Honolulu artists and their guest-artists from Texas.
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Works by Warhol from the Cochran Collection
From june 17 to august 12 2001
The Wes and Missy Cochran Collection features prints by the key Pop artist Andy Warhol, dating from 1974 to 1986.
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Marisol
From june 17 to september 2 2001
A survey of the works of the famous sculptor over the last fifty years : large-scale assemblage combining different techniques - painting, drawing, construction and carving.
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Toshiko Takaezu
From june 17 to september 2 2001
In the 1950's, the artist produced traditional bowls and vessels, through her career she moved to the creation of non-functional, large-sized and often bulbous forms.
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A rare plenitude. The first Laethem group. 1900-1930,
From june 17 to september 23 2001
A survey of the works of George Minne, Valerius de Saedeleer, Gustave van de Woestyne...
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Luca Giordano (1634-1705)
From june 17 to october 7 2001
Giordano is the principal painter of the second half of the 17th c. Through his work, Naples became a leading artistic center up to the Spanish Hapsburg court where the artist stayed during 10 years. 120 paintings and drawings permit [...]
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Impression : Painting Quickly in France, 1860-1890
From june 17 to september 9 2001
First exhibition on the Impressionnist movement which brings together those paintings and might be called Impressions, after the title of Claude Monet 's work Impression: Sunrise: 77 paintings by Corot, Degas, Manet, renoir, Van Gogh...
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Korean Fashion from the collection of Ewha Womans University Museum
From june 17 to october 28 2001
This rare collection of Korean textiles, from 17th to 20th century, includes ceremonial robes with gold embroidery, as well as hair ornaments.
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Tradition and Experiment. Contemporary Chinese Ink Painting
From june 17 to september 30 2001
Throngh these inks, a contemporary Chinese cultural trend appears. In the mid-1980's, the movement New Literati Painting grew up in response to the "official" paintings. They renew with a long tradition of theoritical apprenticeship.
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Timm Ulrichs
From june 17 to august 19 2001
Difficult to categorize the work by Timm Ulrichs presents all kinds of components. He considers life art and art life, philosophy which only support two constants: theatricality and irony.
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Angel Vergara
From june 17 to october 7 2001
In the heritage of Magritte and M. Broodthaers, Angel Vergara situates his works between real and surreal.He presents here his recents works in which the public takes part in installations.
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Worshipping the Ancestors: Ritual and Commemorative Portraits in Late Imperial China
From june 17 to september 9 2001
Portraits of ancestors were widly believed to have the power to bless and protect family members...38 almost life-size, bright portraits mostly of members of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
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Distant Shores. The Odyssey of Rockwell Kent
From june 17 to september 23 2001
Renowned for his illustrations of Moby Dick and other classics, Rockwell Kent (1882-1971) was also a great traveller. He lived and worked in distant places such as Alaska, Tierra Del Fuego or Groenland. The display traces his life [...]
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Treasures for a Queen : A Millennium Gift to Cincinnati
From june 17 to september 2 2001
A tribute to the Queen City's most astute collectors, who have chosen to donate significant masterworks to the museum. Almost all artforms will be present. Works by Helen Frankenthaler, Ernst Kirchner, Jasper Johns, etc.
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Kim Adams. Marla Hlady
From june 16 to september 3 2001
Kim Adams manipulates everyday objects and distorts their functions and scales. Marla Hlady explores the use of sound as a tangible artistic material as well as the dichotomy between nature and culture.
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First son: Portraits by C.D. Hoy
From june 16 to august 19 2001
Chow Dog Hoy was one of the men who emigrated to Canada to escapte the huge responsibilities expected from first-born sons in China. His photographic portraits celebrate the sense of adventure and indomitable will of these Chinese [...]
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The Sculpture of George Wallace
From june 16 to october 14 2001
Gathering key works by George Wallace, the Art Gallery of Hamilton's exhibition offers a new vision of the work of this sculptor who lives in Victoria.
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The Desiring Eye, Photographs from Moderna Museet's Collection
From june 16 to august 26 2001
A cross-section of photography from 1840 to 1980 illustrated by photographers such as J.M.Cameron, Man Ray, Henri Cartier-Bresson. An exhibition of masterpieces.
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A divine Gift: Art of wine and feast , ,
From june 16 to october 21 2001
400 objects retrace 7000 years of wine-producing history, from Antiquity to nowadays: social habits, art, mythology...
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In Praise of Nature: Ansel Adams and Photographers of the American West
From june 16 to september 16 2001
Through 130 photographs by Ansel Adams, his predecessors and his contemporaries, the George Eastman House celebrates the nature and the wild and dazzling landscapes of the american west.
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Yayoi Kusama
From june 16 to september 2 2001
The internationally renowned Japanese artist will display 10 new spectacular installations, including mirror rooms, kaleidoscopes, and giant ballons, providing current insight in her unique artistic universe.
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Squatters
From june 16 to september 30 2001
Co-produced by the Witte de With Contemporary Art Centre, in Rotterdam, the exhibition will take place all over the city of Porto, artists will present their works in appartments, shops or public spaces.
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The Altered Landscape
From june 16 to september 9 2001
100 contemporary photographs that focus on human presence in nature, emphasising alterations due to military testing. Works by Barbara Bosworth, Robert Adams, Terry Adams, Lewis Baltz, Peter Goin, Frank Gohlke, Patrick Nagatani, Catherine [...]
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Steve Payne. The Blithe Country. Seas of Leaving
From june 15 to september 16 2001
Two photographic series take us back to the childhood of Payne. Blithe country's landscapes restitute a world that no longer exists, the one where he grew up. The banck-and-white snapshots of Seas of leaving remind him the pictures [...]
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Patrick Hugonnot
From june 15 to 30 2001
A rich painting, created with a palette knife, generous and lush. His canvases filled with candid, joyous colours, translate his personal dynamism and zest for living.
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Great Lakes
From june 15 to july 29 2001
A collective exhibition of art, poetry and writing inspired by the extraordinary natural environment of the Great Lakes. Different trends of contemporary creation are bought together in the Harbourfront Center.
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Pierre Gilliard, Last days of the tsar
From june 15 to october 30 2001
Private tutor of Nicolas II tsar children,Pierre GILLIARD leaved a touching testimony aboout the tragic destiny of this family.Unpublished documents and emotional strength.
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Gustav Klimt (1862-1918): Modernism in the Making
From june 15 to september 16 2001
Paintings and works on paper invite the North American public to meet this great Symbolist artist from Wien. Portraits, history paintings and landscapes feature the main periods of Klimt's career.
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Malcom Morley
From june 15 to august 27 2001
Winner of the first Turner Prize in 1984, the painter Malcolm Morley is beyond classification. His works vary from pure abstraction to superrealism. Recentely he was inspired by the models he built during his childhood.
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2001 National Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition
From june 15 to july 14 2001
Approximately 250 award-winning student works selected from 15 000. This annual competition concerns more than 250 000 young artists and writers, an encouragement to creation.
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Paul Signac, Master of Pointillism
From june 15 to september 9 2001
This retrospective follows the career of the painter: his first outdoors works, the influence of Seurat and the Neo-Impressionism, and the return to pure colour which has been admirated by Matisse and the Fauves.
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Snowdon
From june 15 to august 19 2001
The Earl is the former husband of Her Royal Princess Margaret and he is now one of England's major photographers. Many personalities of British society he met and who later became the subjects of his works.
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François Daireaux
From june 15 to september 15 2001
The artist realizes his works for the exhibiton space,organises them and leaves Time to act.A work on uncertainty and fleeting.
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Don Harvey
From june 15 to august 19 2001
A survey of the work of this Cleveland artist whose urban experience is pervasive throughout his art.
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In Glass and Stone
From june 15 to august 12 2001
A collection of paintings, sculptures, prismes and transparent objects of glass articulated with porcelain and ceramic. Artists from all over Europe are featured: Delafosse, Engström, Carlgren, Van Engeland, Vanoppen or Vrins.
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Monhegan : The Abstracted Island
From june 15 to august 24 2001
Famous Maine's island depicted by abstract painters, starting 1950.
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Pulse. Heather White
From june 15 to august 19 2001
The metalsmith work of Heather White is inspired by the historic and decorative tradition of this material. Her recent works will be exposed.
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Rax Rinnekangas. Traditional photographs
From june 15 to august 5 2001
Photographs by Rax Rinnekangas do not feature "beautiful things". In all these door handles, ugly washbasins and bald women, he research the light and analyse how light built a valuable space around each object.
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Shaping the city
From june 14 to august 26 2001
Devoted to the architecture of the Austro-Hungarian Empire between 1890 and 1937, this exhibition feature 350 drawings, models, posters, photographs, books and archival film clips. Some of which travel for the first time outside of the ex-Soviet [...]
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Sean Scully. The nineties. Paintings, Pastels, Watercolours, ,
From june 14 to september 16 2001
The Irish artist, who lives between New York, Barcelona and London, is very much influenced by Piet Mondrian, Mark Rothko and Henri Matisse, he has produced a lot of works during the past three decades. The show will focus on his most [...]
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Picasso: The Artist’s Studio
From june 14 to september 23 2001
Paintings and drawings from collections around the world in which Picasso depicted his studio. This essential place of creation and meetings was painted by the artist throughout his career: cubism, realism, symbolism, surrealism.
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Theo Wujcik : A Retrospective, 1970-2000
From june 14 to july 29 2001
A survey of the work of one of Florida's major artists including collages, drawings, large-scale paintings and master prints.
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The Prints of Roderic O'Connor
From june 13 to august 26 2001
The exhibition brings together some 40 rare prints by the acclaimed Irish artist, Roderic O'Conor (1860-1940). O'Conor has worked with a French printmaker Armand Seguin with whom he shared a studio in Pont-Aven in Brittany.
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Huang Yao Retrospective
From june 13 to september 2 2001
The Chinese citizen Huang Yao left his country before the war and traveled throughout South-East Asia before setting up in Malaysia, where he died in 1987. Works dated 1950-80 are at the confluence of Chinese tradition and the cultures [...]
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ABaroque Party
From june 12 to september 16 2001
Kunsthalle celebrates the opening of its new buildings constructed by Fischer von Erlach during the 17th c. This exhibition features the singular influence of Baroque art on contemporary creation: D. & J. Chapman, Delvoye, Grossarth, [...]
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Kunisada and Kabuki. Part 2
From june 12 to august 19 2001
Kunisada was one of the most famous printers of the late Edo period and his prints featuring Kabuki performers largely contributed to his popularity. His later works reveal unexpected technical research.
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The Unilever Series: Juan Muñoz.
From june 12 2001 to february 10 2002
For the second commission in the Unilever series, Juan Muñoz sculpted enigmatic figures in harmony whith their architectural settings.
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Terry Winters: Printed Works
From june 12 to september 30 2001
More than 80 prints by Terry Winters are shown. The american artist who is better known for his paintings and drawings, also realised with great talent lithographies, intaglio, woodcuts and linoleum cuts.
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Sherlock Holmes and the Clock Tower Mystery
From june 11 2001 to january 2 2002
The visitor is transported back to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's London... He has to follow a trail of clues and solve an enimgma : Who killed at the Corydon Clock Tower ?
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Vuk Æosiæ. ASCIImoes
From june 11 to august 11 2001
Vuk Æosiæ is one of the leading net artists in Slovenia. He often use ASCII graphic in his works as a visual and technical relic from the history of computer technologies. These projects are thus part of his reflection on society’s [...]
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Non figurative paintings - Pottery
From june 11 to 19 2001
Works by adults students of the Centre d'Expression par les Arts Plastiques...
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Laumeier's 25th Anniversary Collection. Part I, 1976-1986.
From june 10 to september 2 2001
The museum launches a series of three exhibitions, showing a selection of the past 25 years acquisitions. In Part I, we will admire works by Jackie Ferrara, Mary Miss, Beverly Pepper, Ernest Trova, Dennis Oppenheim and Robert Stackhouse.
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Out of the Ordinary : The Architecture and Design of Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown and Associat
From june 10 2001 to august 5 2002
250 objects among which models, photographs, drawings, videos by the famous designers, founders of "postmodern" architecture and authors of the National Gallery Sainbury Wing in London; Mielparque Nikko Kirifuri Resort in Japan.
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Spirit of an Age : Nineteenth-Century Paintings from the National galerie, Berlin
From june 10 to september 3 2001
An opportunity to discover works by important 19th-century German painters such as Caspar David Friedrich, Adolf Menzel or Eduard Gaertner but also Paul Cézanne, Gustave Courbet, Edouard Manet and Claude Monet.
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Yiribana Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art
From june 10 to september 2 2001
Paintings by the most influential Aboriginal artists of the last two decades...
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Robert Gober, the United States Pavilion, 49th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
From june 10 to november 4 2001
R.Gober was the United States official representative at the 49th Venice Biennale. The exhibit gives a chance to rediscover his work.
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In the Presence of Spirits : African Art from the National Museum of Ethnology, Lisbon
From june 10 to october 14 2001
Large collection of African art from the former Portuguese colonies: objects of cult, masks, dolls, pipes, funeral steles
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Sharon Lockhart
From june 10 to september 3 2001
In this first exhibition of her works S. Lockhart associates cinema and photography. The combination of these two media allows her to create scenes of haunting beauty and elegance drawn from her visits to Japan, Mexico and Brazil.
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William Morris: Myth, Object and the Animal
From june 10 to august 19 2001
One of the most fascinating artists , William Morris pushes the limit of glass blowing, the most fragile and seductive of medium. His objects often represent tools, birds, bones or vessels and evoke lost civilisations and his love [...]
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Winslow Homer et les critiques
From june 10 to september 9 2001
Nearly 80 paintings, watercolors and drawings by one of the most famous American painters, among which such masterpieces as Snap the Whip (1872), The Morning Bell (1871) and Breezing Up
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Jade, The Ultimate Treasure of Ancient China
From june 9 to august 19 2001
This collection gathering 120 pieces of jade is a rare opportunity to understand the central role played by this stone in Chinese ways and customs since Neolithic times.
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Jade, the Ultimate Treasure of Ancient China
From june 9 to august 19 2001
This collection of 120 pieces of jade gives a rare opportunity to understand the role played by this stone in Chinese beliefs and customs since neolithic times.
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What looks good today... Update #3
From june 9 to september 2 2001
A series of exhibitions organised by the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg offers a large survey of recent acquisitions of the museum, i>Update #3. What looks good today... displays works by Michael Majerus, Tobias Rehberger, Manfred Pernice, [...]
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Arizona Biennial ’01
From june 9 to august 5 2001
The exhibit brings together Arizonian artists working in all kinds of media
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Shirin Neshat: Rapture
From june 9 to september 16 2001
A powerful and poetic media installation which opposes two videos by Iranian artist Shirin Neshat. One presents Iranian men, the other one presents women. An interrogation on contemporary Islamic society.
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The Splendour of Antwerp. The Silver and Jewelery Exhibition from the Sterckhof-Silver Centre and Diamondmuseum
From june 9 to july 22 2001
The exposition contains 70 objects - silver and jewellery of Antwerp and other goldsmithery centres of the Southern Netherlands and later Belgium, and also of other European countries. Works created throughout five centuries - from [...]
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Andy Warhol's visual memory
From june 9 to september 15 2001
Black and white photographs that Andy Warhol took in the last eleven years of his life, between 1976 and 1987. I told them I didn't believe in art, that I believe in photography. Discovery of the iconography of early Pop Art.
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Blacks in the Film Industry: A History of Turbulence and Triumph
From june 9 to september 23 2001
The exhibit focuses on the struggle of Black actors, directors and film producers against stereotypes...
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Eliane *Chiron - Marcel Baizeau. Installations - Paintings and Drawings
From june 9 to september 15 2001
Installations by Eliane Chiron. Paintings and drawings by Marcel Baizeau.
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Full-Scale Collections
From june 9 to august 26 2001
This exceptional presentation of the entire collection of the museum gave the opportunity to rediscover Nordic art from the turn of the 20th century.
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Master Paintings from the Scottish National Gallery
From june 9 to september 9 2001
The theme and time-span of this exhibit is rich with such a wide range of subjects as religious paintings, portraits, landscapes. It includes masterpieces from the 15th up to late 19th c. among which are Goya, Hals,Greco,Constable,Delacroix.
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Painter-Etcher: The American Painter-Etcher Movement
From june 9 to september 30 2001
By featuring works on paper from the Joslyn collection, this exhibition illustrates the late 19th century rebirth of etching and the revival of public appreciation for this artistic technique. We discover here works by Whistler, [...]
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Paintings about painting. Chris Insoll
From june 9 to july 7 2001
This major retrospective devoted to Chris Insoll's still-lifes features the richness of a work influenced by the art of past masters.
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Peep Show! Panoramas of the Past
From june 9 to may 27 2001
Long before the invention of TV and video, people visited the world around them by viewing landscape scenes. These images presented as perspective prints were viewed with the help of especially conceived devices.
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Stitch by Stitch, A Quilt Potpourri
From june 9 to october 7 2001
This exhibition features a selection of the finest quilts from the museum's permanent collection. These works demonstrate trends in quiltmaking since the 19th century, from the period when the art was coming at the forefront of the contemporary [...]
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Antje Majewski
From june 8 to august 26 2001
The world of the painter Antje Majewski is strange and fantastic. Using violent colors, the artist proposes familiar figures together with others which seem to have emerged from a fantasy film.
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YR.1: A Snapshot of Britain in the 21st Century
From june 8 to july 22 2001
It is not unusual for one photograph to become the defining image for significant moments in history or periods of social change. Which ones will be the national icons for our period of rapid change and uncertainty ?
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Gold of the Nomads: Scythian Treasures from Ancient Ukraine
From june 8 to august 19 2001
Exquisitely-crafted objects created by this Nomadic people, known for their taste for conquest and blood, but also for wealth: guilded drinking horns, elaborately decorated swords, golden headdresses...
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Portraits Then and Now
From june 8 to september 9 2001
Portrait collection, including paintings, sculptures and drawings, from 1500 to 1900.
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Rembrandt's women
From june 8 to september 2 2001
Rembrandt's portrayal of women : smiling servant girls, wizened old women, godesses and historical heroines. Mother, wife, mistress, maid appear in his compositions.
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The Engravings of Lucas van Leyden
From june 8 2001 to january 13 2002
Admirable prints by Dutsch painter Lucas van Leyden depicting genre or war scenes, are on display.
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Arthur Tress: Retrospective
From june 8 to august 21 2001
130 photographs which reveal the world of this artist where surrealism and humor mingle with eroticism. In addition to his most famous series, the exhibition features a rarely seen biographical work.
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Design Now - London
From june 8 to september 2 2001
Before the opening of the galleries dedicated to recent design througout the world, the display focus on works by teams based in London. Shin & Tomoko Azumi, Sam Buxton du Design Laboratory, Foundation 33 and Jerszy Seymour.
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Tom Thomson
From june 7 to september 8 2001
This first major retrospective devoted to Thomson (1877-1917) will enable visitors to view a wide-ranging inventive production inspired by Algonquin Park and linked to the Arts and Crafts movement.
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Plessi Water Fire
From june 7 to august 5 2001
As part of the programme of the Biennale, the museum receive a contemporary artist. Plessi transform the Napoleonic Wing by installing screens on all the windows : images of water and fire are being continually transformed into one another. [...]
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James Gillray. The Art of Caricature.
From june 6 to september 2 2001
A large exhibition on the work by the outstanding eighteenth-century English caricaturist James Gillray. With great drawing talent and satirism, he realised caricatures of key character such as Napoleon Bonaparte.
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Erika Stone. Mostly people. Photograph of a German Immigrant in New York
From june 6 to august 5 2001
Stone was born in Frankfurt in 1924. Her familiy emigrated to New York when the National Socialists came into power. Her photographs for "Times" or "Spiegel" depict social life of the City: Jewish immigrants on Ellis Island, blacks [...]
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Journey - Recent paintings of Linda Fong
From june 5 to october 14 2001
Linda Fong cuts traingular fragments out of ancient materials in order to give them a new lease on life. By assembling them on wood panels she creates new landscapes which visitors are invited to get involved in.
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James Welling : Photographs 1975-1999
From june 5 to august 26 2001
Black and white polaroids and works from ten of his series L.A. Architecture (1976-78), Diary of Elizabeth C. Dixon/Connecticut Landscapes (1977-86), H.H. Richardson(1988-90), Railroads (1990), Light Sources (1992) and New Abstractions [...]
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Satoru Hoshino: Rain in ancient woodland
From june 5 2001 to july 1 2002
Hoshino is a leading Japonese artist whose monumental installations have been pushing the boundaries of ceramic sculpture to new limits. Exploration of the primordiial nature of clay.
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Dancing on the Roof: Photography
From june 5 to august 26 2001
60 rare and unique photographs made by Bauhaus students and teachers between 1923 and 1929, are on display. Pictures by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Lux Feininger and Umbo reflects the dynamism, the optimism and the experimental liberties of the Bauhaus.
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Photographs : A Decade of Collecting
From june 5 to september 2 2001
From the museum's recent acquisitions: French photographys of the 1850's and 1860's and American photographs of the 1960's.
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Summer exhibition
From june 5 to august 13 2001
Each year, the Royal Academy brings together paintings, sculptures, drawings and models by the most distinguished British artists and architects... This is the world's largest open contemporary exhibition.
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Marlis Thétard : paintings / Nucha : sculptures
From june 3 to july 29 2001
The serenity of paintings by Marlis Thétard are in harmony with the display of the light sculptures by Nucha.
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American naive paintings from the Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch collection
From june 3 to october 7 2001
Présentation of a painting selection from one of the most important collections of American Naive paintings. Works realized in the 18th and 19th centuries by artists who had little or no academic art training. Depiction of everyday [...]
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Au Naturel
From june 3 to august 19 2001
Selected works from the permanent collection concerning natural phenomenas. With the artists such as Sylvia Mangold, Ellsworth Kelly, Norman Bluhm, Gandy Brodie, Charles Burchfield and Arthur B. Charles
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Design from X to Z: Jerry Hirshbergand and Nissan Design America
From june 3 to september 3 2001
The exhibition captures the spirit of innovation of this internationally-renowned group in thefield of automobile design : drawings, hand-sculpted clay models and some surprising sources of NDA inspirations will be presented.
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Jasper Johns: Prints from four decades
From june 3 to october 7 2001
Works dating from 1960 to 2000 that demonstrate the range of of the renowed American artist Jasper Johns in print area. Demonstration of different print processes including lithography and monotype.
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The Unfinished Print
From june 3 to october 7 2001
Creative strategy in european printmaking from the 15th to 20th centuries is the subject of this exhibition... Approximately 100 works in vaious stages of completion by such artists as Goltzius, Rembrandt, Degas, Cassatt, Gauguin and Munch.
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Claudy Gielczynski : paintings / Erwin Peeters : sculptures
From june 2 to july 30 2001
The exhibition brings together two very diferent artists, the first one Claudy Gielczynski plays with pure emotion, feminity appear from his paintings ; the sculptures by Erwin Peeters represent animals and try to capture their movement.
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Leo Fitzmaurice
From june 2 to july 15 2001
Leo Fitzmaurice's work brings together seemingly unrelated images and materials with a witty disrespect for cultural hierarchies. A series of photographs that initially appeared as white rabbits turn out to be nothing else but plastic [...]
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Meccano: Twentieth century toys
From june 2 to october 28 2001
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Meccano, we are invited to a trip among Meccano, Horby, Dinky Toys and Bayko Sets...
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Meccano: Twentieth century Toys
From june 2 to october 28 2001
To mark the 100th anniversary of Meccano, the Museum of Liverpool Life retraces Frank Hornby's life, from the foundation of Meccano and Binns Road factory to the present day...
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UMAM. Henri Matisse's Price
From june 2 to july 8 2001
Since its foundation in 1946 by Bonnard, Matisse and Thomasa, UMAM (Union Mediterranéenne pour l'Art Moderne) reveals youg artists competing for the Henri Matisse's Price
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2001 National Foundation for Advancement in the Visual Arts Fellowship
From june 2 to july 9 2001
Works by Michelle Weinterg, Nate Cassie and Robert Melee.
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A hundred years of Difference: The Hampton Project
From june 2 to september 6 2001
The exhibit presents a photographic dialogue between historical turn-of-the-century works by Frances Benjamin Johnston and photographs by the contemporary artist, Carrie Mae Weems
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Aardman
From june 2 to september 30 2001
famous after masterpieces like Wallace and Gromit and recently Chicken Run,the english studio has the place of honour at the museum : originals documents, puppets and sceneries.
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Cabaret Amorales
From june 2 to august 12 2001
For his first large solo exhibition, the Mexican artist Amorales turns the whole Migros Museum in a kind of maquiladora. He created a pathway with new installations devoted to social, cultural and political questions.
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Form, Spirit, and Metamorphosis: The Camera Work of Weston, Cunningham, White and Walker
From june 2 to september 2 2001
Forty works present a century of history of photography and its technics. But Weston, Cunningham, White and Walker are also unified in the belief that photography speaks strongest when vision and presentation form a necessary unity.
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William Kentridge
From june 2 to september 16 2001
An evocation of the multiform work of the South-African artist, Kentridge : animated films, drawings, installations, theater and opera productions. It reveals his ironic vision of the political situation in his country and of the human [...]
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Alice Neel 1900-1984
From june 2 to september 2 2001
This retrospective focuses on the paintings of Alice Neel (1900-1984), one of the most colorful figures in 20th-century American art. 75 Portraits, paintings and watercolors by the famous American painter.
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Pick up the Pieces!
From june 2 to september 9 2001
Under this title, Artist group: Atelier 5 1/2 explore the myths and icons of the art, and they create new works in very large formats and different materials, such as paper, textile, photographs.
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Le Plat du jour
From june 2 to 17 2001
Art and nature around the Ill River and its affluents seen by school children... as the result of an educationnal programm aranged by the Haut-Rhin Academic Inspection.
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Steve Schepens, Ghent new,
From june 2 to 24 2001
Discovering a few young artists from Gand...
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Treasures of Chinese Scholar
From june 2 to august 26 2001
Objects traditionally collected by Chinese scholars : calligraphy, paintings, works in wood, ivory, lacquer, stone, from 770 B.C. to nowadays.
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A-POC making : Issey Miyake and Dai Fujiwara
From june 1 to july 1 2001
Miyake and Fujiwara present the A-POC line which is based on one principle : manufacturing clothes in one single piece of fabric. Thanks to programmable textile machines, you can actually make tubes of fabric which will be used to weave [...]
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Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster. Riyo Central
From june 1 to july 15 2001
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster will show an installation, in which two films are presented: Riyo, from 1999, Central, from 2001. The elements of the installation are entirely reduced to the necessary components of a cinema.
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Yves Tanguy. Retrospective.
From june 1 to september 16 2001
A great retrospective, on the centennial of the birth of the French painter. Meticulous, individualist, he was a member of the Surrealist group. An invitation to admire his unreal landscapes and perspectives, his unidentifiable shapes...
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Arte Povera
From june 1 to august 19 2001
The exhibition examines the Arte Povera through unknown documents and evokes the economic and artistic context of the 60s, for a better understanding of a movement breaking up with the art of its time.
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Renoir to Picasso - Masterpieces from the Musée de l'Orangerie, Paris
From june 1 to july 29 2001
The exhibit includes 81 works of art by artists who were well-known at the beginning of modernism : Renoir, Cézanne, Picasso, Modigliani, Monet, Sisley, Van Dongen...
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Visions of a republic : the work of Lucien Henry.
From june 1 to october 14 2001
This French-Australian artist was a radical republican. He was sent to New Caledonia after defending Paris Commune. After his amnesty in 1879, he exiled in Australia, where he became a most influencial artist. More than 500 works and documents [...]
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The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection : Bonnard to Balthus
From june 1 to november 21 2001
The Metropolitan presents 50 outstanding modern art masterpieces among which works by Picasso, Matisse, Miro, Bonnard, Braque, Léger, Dubuffet, Gris, Tanguy, Vlaminck, Brauner, Chagall, de Chirico, Dali, Derain, Ernst, Modigliani, [...]
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Herbert Achternbusch
From june 1 to 24 2001
In his sculptures and drawings, Herbert Achternbusch relates history through myths. Those tales convey happiness, suffering or the absurdity of the human condition without ever denouncing them.
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Around 1900, Unknown Art Treasures from the Collection
From june 1 to september 2 2001
Rarely shown paintings, sculptures, works on paper by Matisse, Toulouse-Lautrec, Breitner, Toorop, Mondriaan, Gestel, Willink...
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Stina Brockman. Sexy Eyes
From june 1 to september 23 2001
Stina Brockman's photographic world is full of sensuous landscapes. In these pictures, even the boundaries beween male and female bodies tend to be dissoluted...
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Couplet 6
From june 1 to august 19 2001
A presentation of modern and contemporary works from the museum collection...
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Laura Owens
From june 1 to september 16 2001
Often compared to David Hockney, Helen Frankenthaler and Mary Heilmann, Laura Owens is credited with the revival of contemporary painting. Her recent works are on display.
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RA schools show
From june 1 2001 to 0 0000
This exhibition provides an opportunity to discover new artists: presentation of works by post-graduated students of the Royal Academy.
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Rober Racine: Retrospective,
From june 1 to september 16 2001
Racine, a visual artist, composer and writer from Montreal has long been dreaming to create a park of the entire French language. Let's discover his Jardin des mots and an exhibition featuring works inspired by Satie, Flaubert and a dictionary [...]
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