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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.

Collecting at the Stuart Court
From july 31 to october 5 2001
This summer exhibition of drawings, paintings and prints from the Christ Church collection owned by King Charles I and members of his Court illustrates their pioneering interest in Flemish and Italian art.
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Work and Play : Everyday Life in Drawings, 1520-1820
From july 31 to october 14 2001
Drawings representing scenes from everyday life and leisure. .
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Dirty washing : the hidden language of washing powder packaging
From july 31 to september 2 2001
A collection of rare as well as discontinued every day soap power boxes from all over the world. Some works especially conceived for the exhibition by young designers from London are also on display.
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Dinosaurs: Then and Now.
From july 30 to august 25 2001
The history of dinosaur discoveries over the last 160 years.
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The elements of Contemporary Craft
From july 30 to august 25 2001
Between fine art and applied art, works by local craftmakers are on display.
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Bernardo Bellotto: Painter of the Capitals of Europe
From july 29 to october 21 2001
First American exhibition of the great Italian painter who was the student of his uncle Antonio Canaletto. Over 50 paintings depicting splendid views of Venice, Dresden, Florence, Rome, Milan, Turin, Munich, Vienna and Warsaw
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Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000
From july 29 to october 7 2001
A survey of the major styles in contemporary ceramics. Works by artists such as Robert Arneson, Viola Frey, John Mason, Ken Price, Adrian Saxe and Peter Voulkos, Gertrud and Otto Natzler
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Experiment - Art in Brazil 1958-2000
From july 29 to october 21 2001
For the first time, are combined, in Britain the works of three successive generations of artists from the 1950s to the present day. Are featured among others Waltércio Caldas, Sérgio Camargo, Lygia Clark, Iole de Freitas, José Damasceno, [...]
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Connie Imboden: Beauty of Darkness
From july 29 to october 21 2001
Transformations and desintegration of the body seen through the prism of water, nudes floating in dark and soft waters.
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Philipp Scholz Rittermann: Navigating by Light
From july 29 to october 21 2001
The views of the Rittermann's photographs move easily from industrial structures to vast open landscapes. The artist explores the transformations due to the passage of time.
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Light Spells: A Photographic Exploration of Kettle's Yard.
From july 28 to september 23 2001
The photographers Kathryn Faulkner and Graham Murrell have tried to capture the ever-changing and elusive light of Kettle's Yard.
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Winifred Nicholson
From july 28 to september 23 2001
Winifred Nicholson's works are often overshadowed by those of her husband, Ben. She was a friend of Mondrian and her investigation of the properties of the colour spectrum mark her out for not being only a painter of flowers and still-lifes..
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Jason Rhoades
From july 28 to september 16 2001
Rhoades presents its new installation. At the beginning, a mixture "Gardenia alla Potpourri" is produced in an automated process containing various ingredients. Afterwards, the labeled and packaged bottles form an autonomous sculpture, [...]
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Enclosed and enchanted. The garden and contemporary art
From july 28 to september 30 2001
Contemporary artists examine the garden as a space that can invite a number of different readings : contemporary views, historical views, artists'gardens, cinema and gardens.
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Kids mapping their world
From july 28 to november 4 2001
About 40 works by children from Australia and overseas are brought together. These drawings and paintings by young artits show their perception of their environment.
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My Reality: Contemporary Art and the Culture of Japanese Animation
From july 28 to october 7 2001
Built atound 40 works by 18 eastern and western artists, photographs, paintings, sculptures and videos,the show explores the synergies between Japanese and American popular culture, and the influence of comic books, mangas,Japanese [...]
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Andy Warhol & Sound and Vision
From july 28 to september 2 2001
Autonomous presentations of works by four artists (Jack Goldstein, Mark Lecky, Oliver Payne et Nick Relph) who explored theatrical documentary using image and sound. In another gallery are projected the screen tests made by Andy Wahrol, [...]
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Antagonisms. Case studies
From july 27 to october 14 2001
A project of museological research which explores the presence of political aspects and an activist dimension in art practices from the sixties up to the present. Works by Carl Andre, Daniel Buren, Mario Merz, Andy Warhol...
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Hollywood Celebrity : Edward Steichen's Vanity Fair Portraits
From july 27 to september 16 2001
The portraits of stars by Edward Steichen highlight America's consuming fascination with celebrety and fame. Pictures of Shirley Temple, Fred Astaire and Greta Garbo.
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Dong Qichang and Songjiang School of Painting
From july 27 2001 to january 31 2002
About 50 pieces of calligraphy and paintings created by artists of Songjiang school are brought together. The school was led by Dong Qichang (1555 -1636) in the late Ming Dynasty (16th to 17th centuries). The influence of the master [...]
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Directions-Tacita Dean
From july 26 to october 21 2001
First personal show of the artist in America presents two of her films projected onto a big screen.
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Fay Godwin : A Retrospective
From july 26 to september 30 2001
Fay Godwin is one the artists who spearheaded British photography. The lyrical aspect of his landscape photos is in contrast with his political shots which show nature as polluted and out of reach.
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Reporting the World: John Pilger’s Great Eyewitness Photographers.
From july 26 to september 30 2001
The exhibition explores the association of journalist and documentary film-maker John Pilger with some of the world’s greatest reportage photographers. Strong and powerfull images realised by Philip Jones Griffiths, Nic Dunlop ou Steve [...]
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Sugimoto : Portraits
From july 26 to november 10 2001
The new photographs by Hiroshi Sugimoto depicting portraits of historical figures such as Henry VIII or Rembrandt, taken previously at wax museums, rekindles a relationship between photography and painting.
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Tondo's masters
From july 25 to august 25 2001
Paintings by Abboud, Andrea, Benanteur, Camacho, Kaminer, Kermarrec, Kim En Joon, Kochi, Lindström, Segui, Velickovic about a form: the tondo.
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Yemen. In the land of the queen of Saba
From july 24 to october 28 2001
Representative selection of the archaeological wealth of Yemen, whitch has been declared a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. An amazing testimony of its artistically heritage, covering the period from the 7th Century BC to the 6th Century [...]
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Francis Bacon
From july 24 to september 23 2001
Paintings and drawings from the Tate's collection and from regional loans are gathered as a tribute to Francis Bacon, an enigmatic and controversial artist, whose personal life provoked as much interest as his work.
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David Hockney Photoworks Retrospective
From july 22 to october 28 2001
The exhibit shows the various ways in which the artist worked with a camera over the last thirty years.
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Andreas Gursky : photographs
From july 22 to september 16 2001
7 large-scale works by Andreas Gursky are brought together. The world-renowned photographer shows a world transformed by industry in which the individual is pictured tiny and insignificant.
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Master of the battlefield : General Sir John Monash
From july 22 to september 9 2001
Through photographs, portraits or a bronze by sculptor Paul Montford, the exhibition spans the life and carreer of this heroe of the World War 1.
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Carrie Ungerman : length
From july 21 to august 11 2001
The work by Carrie Ungerman created in Germany in her studio.
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Painting by John Virtue
From july 21 to september 15 2001
John Virtue's paintings can be viewed as a connection between the work of John Constable and abstract expressionism. His large abstract canvasses -using black ink, shellac and acrylic- are inspired by the landscapes around the river [...]
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Spirit Capture : Native Americans and the Photographic Image
From july 21 2001 to july 22 2002
Photographs from the museum's archives make us discover the meaning of photographic images of and by Native Americans; It is in this perspective that exhibit explores the history and culture of American Indians over the past 150 years.
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California Pottery: From Mission to Modernism
From july 20 to october 14 2001
Exhibit regrouping pottery tableware produced in the first half of the century
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Martin Venezky: Selections from the Permanent Collection of Architecture and Design
From july 20 to october 14 2001
Graphic works by Venezky, including a couple of magazine and book projects which show his fascination with structure, patterns, and typographical beauty.
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The photography of H.H. TILBROOK
From july 20 to november 4 2001
The remarkable, experimental and sometimes humorous work of Australian photographer Henry Tilbrook (1848-1937) is on display for the first time.
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Morimura Self-Portraits: An Inner Dialogue with Frida Kahlo.
From july 20 to september 30 2001
Yasumasa Morimura took 10 years to complete this series of self-portraits, in which he depicts himself as Frida Kahlo in her paintings. This work is a tribute to the Mexican artist, inspired by her life, which was, according to Morimura, [...]
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Isamu Noguchi : Sculptural Design
From july 20 to november 18 2001
The work of Isamu Noguchi, sculptor, stage designer, landscape architect and furniture designer is internationally acclaimed. This major retrospective, whith a scenography conceived by Robert Wilson, traces the achievements of an outstanding [...]
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Michael Andrews
From july 19 to october 7 2001
Michael Andrews was first celebrated in the early 1960s for extraordinary paintings such as The Deer Park which explore the bohemian party lifestyle of London. A comprehensive survey of his entire career.
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Artists of Hawai'i 2001
From july 19 to august 26 2001
Multimedia exhibition of Hawaian contemporary artists
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Nikki S.Lee : All-American girl
From july 18 to september 30 2001
Photographs by this Korean artist are based on her performances: each time she changes her identity by modifying her weight, the color of her skin, clothes... to become a lesbian, an old lady, a Hispanic woman, or a drag queen.
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The Social Scene
From july 18 to september 30 2001
Photographs from the Ralph Parsons Foundation illustarating social changes from the 30's to the 80's seen through the eyes of such great artists as Brassaï, Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander, Robert Frank, Helen Levitt, Danny Lyon and Gary [...]
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Hubble's universe. Photo from space
From july 18 to september 15 2001
A show not to be missed. Saturn, Jupiter, star clusters and black holes appear with an amazing precision on these images recorded by the Hubble Space Telescope.
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Peter Doig
From july 17 to october 28 2001
This exhibition is the first solo show in Canada devoted to this British artist. We will discover nine recent large-scale paintings and a work by Matthew Higgs offering viewers an opportunity to learn about Peter Doig’s creative [...]
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Selections from the Archive of John Linnell
From july 17 to november 4 2001
Linnell was one of the most successful artists of his day and he formed an impressive network of connections. This recent acquisition of the Fitzwilliam, John Linnell's archive, offers insights into social and financial aspects of life [...]
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Literary Treasures: Books and Manuscripts from the Library
From july 16 to 21 2001
The history of print in Spain will be evoked through exemple from the collection of the Society, from its beginnings in the 15th century till the 20th century.
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Robert Rauschenberg : Synapsis Shuffle
From july 15 to september 30 2001
Rauschenberg's installation blends sculpture and painting, but it is actually a performance. 52 paintings, like a deck of playing cards, are here to be shuffled and rearranged, thus creating a new installation over and over again.
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Unfolding Beauty : Japanese Screens from the Cleveland Museum of Art
From july 15 to september 16 2001
Splendid collection of Japanese screens, finely painted and made with various materials : lacquer, ceramic, metal...
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American impressionist paintings from the El Paso Museum of Art
From july 15 to september 30 2001
The El Paso Museum holds a unique collection of American Impressionism. Over 60 paintings are brought together, illustrating the influence of French artists, such as Monet, Degas or Renoir on the American painters during the late [...]
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Hubert Scheibl : paintings 1986-2001
From july 14 to september 23 2001
Connection between colour and texture, Hubert Scheibel's research in the plastic art illustrates the expressionnist tendency in Austrian painting.
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The Very Soul of Me: Modern Artists Exploring the Spiritual
From july 14 to december 6 2001
Modern paintings devoted to illumination, transcendence and inner images.
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A tourist in paradise lost : The Art of Michael Illingworth
From july 14 to september 28 2001
Michael Illingworth is an enigma in New Zealand art history. Very little is known aboout this modernist painter whose works are featured in all major New Zealand public art collections.
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At Sea
From july 14 to september 23 2001
The sea is a source of inspiration for many artists since centuries, the subject still fascinates contemporary artists. Some of them, such as Vija Celmins and Hiroshi Sugimoto sea it as conductive to contemplation, for some others [...]
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Automata. Space odyssey 2001
From july 14 to september 15 2001
Encounter between the wonderful world of automata and the discovery of space. Some of the most respected automata makers are coming together to celebrate this very special year.
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Erika - a portrait by Peter Peryer
From july 14 to september 16 2001
This exhibition presents for the first time photographic essay by Peter Peryer. This renowned artist made numerous emotionnaly images of his wife Erika in the late 70s and 80s.
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Clement Greenberg
From july 14 to september 16 2001
155 drawings, paintings and sculptures from the Clement Greenberg's private collection feature the friendships and passions of the New York art critic: Pollock, Hofman, Smith, Frankenthaler, Dzubas, Noland, Olitiski, Caro...
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Eberhard Haverkost
From july 14 to october 7 2001
This young German painter will present, amongst his recent works, his most representative ones on his vision of human architecture and landscape.
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Roni Horn
From july 14 to october 14 2001
For Roni Horn, american artist living in Island, the landscape is an inner space, a mental place reconstructed through the echoes of the outside world. The exhibition will display works related to the Icelandic landcape.
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Franck Lloyd Wright. The living city
From july 14 to october 14 2001
Wright is one of the founders of modern architecture. Although he never worked in Europe, his oeuvre influenced several generations of architects. Drawings, models and photographs give a unique presentation of his work to redorder [...]
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Recollections and Observations : The Prints of Roger Brown
From july 14 to september 2 2001
The exhibit showcases print works by the artist who was best known for his paintings : lithographs, silkscreens, woodcut prints and etchings. Brown belonged to the Imagist mouvement.
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Shop Shadows. Andrew Lanyon
From july 14 to august 11 2001
Andrew Lanyon produces unique books hallmarked by enigma, mystery and an amusing sense of the absurd. All these ingredients can be discovered in his latest interactive installation that includes automata.
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Indivisible : Stories of American Community
From july 14 to september 30 2001
Photography and oral history in this documentary research work offer a collective vision of local life in America through the experience of 12 communities and the citizens belonging to them.
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57th Annual Wabash Valley Juried Exhibition
From july 14 to august 26 2001
This exhibition features works by artists living and/or working within a 100-mile radius of Terre Haute, Indiana.
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Artist in the Marketplace : Twenty-first Annual Exhibition
From july 13 to october 14 2001
36 young artists from New York and area.
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Paul Klee: Materials and Techniques
From july 13 2001 to may 7 2002
Oil, airbrush, gouache, plaster—Paul Klee experimented with a remarkable number of techniques and materials during his prolific career. 12 works on paper reveals the artist’s insatiable material creativity.
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Miranda Lichtenstein : Sanctuary for a Wild Child
From july 13 to september 21 2001
The legend of children brought up in the wild is common to many cultures, Miranda Lichtenstein explores this subject through drawings and projections.
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Unwearable. Fashion as Sculpture,
From july 13 to september 6 2001
On the theme of fashion as a source of inspiration for the sculptor, works by Jan Fabre, Sylvie Fleury, Christine et Irene Hohenbüchler, Fabrice Hybert, Lucy Orta, Michelangelo Pistoletto and Beverly Semmes will be presented.
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Anne Dangar at Moly Sabata. Tradition and innovation
From july 13 to october 28 2001
One discovers the particular style of the artist: a marriage between a ceramic technique in the Gallo-Roman manner, and Cubist-inspired forms from the 1930-40s
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Disasters of War : Realistic and Symbolic Interpretations
From july 13 to october 21 2001
A selection of works by various artists such as Martin Schongauer, Albrecht Dürer, Jacques Callot, Goya or Picasso show the terror, the psychological and physical traumatism that war provokes in general.
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From Dürer to Goya. Graphic masterpieces from the Kupferstichkabinett,
From july 13 to september 30 2001
Masterpieces from the Department of prints and drawings with works from masters of German (Dürer, Holbein), Italian (Raffael, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci), Dutch (Rembrandt), French (Poussin, Le Lorrain) and Spanish (Goya) schools.
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Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican modernism. The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection
From july 13 to october 28 2001
One of the major private collections of 20th century Mexican art. Works by Kahlo and Riveira but also by Orozco, Siqueiros, Tamayo and other painters of Mexican Modernism...
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Modern Masters : From Corot to Kandinsky
From july 13 to october 28 2001
From the serene landscapes of the Barbizon school through the impressionists, to cubism and surrealism, the exhibition traces the development of modern Western art.
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Permanent Collection
From july 13 to october 7 2001
Display of works drawn from the permanent collection.
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Messengers from the Next World. African Figures from Anna Erna Grassnick's Donation
From july 11 2001 to july 11 2004
Yoruba creations from Nigeria, Baoulé or Sénoufo from the Ivory Coast illustrate the vision of the beyond in animist religions in Western Africa.
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Family Fortunes
From july 11 to september 30 2001
From the Holy Family to modern families, 20 works draw a history of family portraits. A way of discovering how Barocci, Le Nain, Hogarth or Degas have found visual means of representing a dynasty and its destiny.
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Global tools. Design in the era of intensive care units
From july 11 to september 9 2001
Global tools explores our world filled with sophisticated technological gadgets. We discover that some of the 70's radical initiatives projecting to deal with spirit and physical world became a reality.
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Liquid Künstlerhaus. Albert Wimmer, Waltraut Cooper, Heidulf Gerngross
From july 11 to august 5 2001
The Viennese architects Wimmer and Gerngross are respectively famous for their projects for Austrian Federal Railways and Wiener Loft Bewegung.
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Walker Evans and the American Tradition
From july 10 to september 16 2001
Most common scenes of the everyday life taken by Evans in the 30's, small towns, streets, average Americans, revolutionized visual culture. Along with 40 of his pictures, works by Lewis Hine, Paul Strand, Doris Ulmann and Dorthea Lange [...]
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Kladovo. Successful and Unsuccessful Escape to Palestine
From july 8 to november 4 2001
Unpublished documents about the event of November 1939. Photographic album of this time commented on by the artist Alisa Douer. An exhibition rich in emotions and an important documentary.
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Christiane L'Espérance's Studio
From july 7 to october 14 2001
In a trans-cultural arena, Christianne L'Espérance's sculptures are inspired by Eastern mysticism, combined with historical iconography and contemporary symbols...
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Childhood Revealed: Art Expressing Pain, Discovery and Hope
From july 7 to september 16 2001
The exhibit takes a glimpse at the art which reflects the disorders, emotional instability and sufferings of youngsters.
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Selections from the Permanent Collection : the 1970's
From july 7 to january 15 2001
The art of this decade was detached from current events and dominated by a spirit of investigation centered on the definitions of what a work of art could be. Major movements of 1960s continued while many new forms were pioneered: [...]
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Burn: Artists Play with Fire
From july 7 to september 9 2001
Works by the artists who drew the inspiration from fire. Fascinated by fire, smoke and ash, they use it in their work, including Chris Burden, John Cage, Conrad Marca-Relli, Dennis Oppenheim and Bill Viola.
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Duane Hanson: Virtual Reality
From july 7 to august 26 2001
25 works by Duane Hanson will be displayed. These incredibly realistic sculptures depicting Americans of today give the illusion they are part of the visitors of the museum.
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Monet and Japan
From july 7 to september 16 2001
35 canvas of Monet's most beautiful will be presented in the company of an extensive selection of Japanese prints and paintings. A way to explore and demonstrate the obvious influence of Japanese art on the work of the painter.
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Northwest Biennal Competition - Pleasure Craft
From july 7 to september 9 2001
640 artists from around Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana responded to the theme of Pleasure Craft...
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Miniatured soldiers from here and from earthware,
From july 7 to august 31 2001
Miniatured soldiers from the Museum of Barr and the Historic Museum of Strasbourg are gathered in this exhibition.
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Arthur Tress : Fantastic Voyage, 1956-2000
From july 7 to september 23 2001
In an autobiographical form, the presentation of the 130 phootgraphs translate the singular language of surrealism, humor, eroticism and social protest.
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Pop Impressions Europe/USA : Prints and Multiples from the Museum of Modern Art
From july 7 to september 16 2001
Print in the Pop Art movement through 90 works from the collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Works by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, together with Richard Hamilton, Eduardo Paolozzi, Martial Raysse or Gerhard Richter will be exposed.
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Antagonisms
From july 6 to october 14 2001
The use of art as an instrument of social observation and socio-political criticism. The exhibition analyses the element of activism in artistic practice that has emerged since the 2nd half of the fifties.
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Alice Creischer
From july 6 to september 2 2001
Alice Creischer's work cannot be pinned down without being reduced. Since the early 90's, she has worked in different group contexts with varying members. She has been involved in the creation of animated films, performances or periodicals.
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Walter O. Evans, Collection of African American Art
From july 6 to november 25 2001
The Doctor Evans started a very important collection of African American Art in the late 1970s. The collection is notable not only for the quality of the acquired works but also for its depth and historic range.
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Fischli and Weiss: Gardens
From july 6 to october 7 2001
An exhibition on the concept of representing the garden through video, photography and sculpture, by this team of artists who likes to explore the question of reality and representation/simulation in contemporary art.
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In Pursuit of Antiquities : 40th Anniversary Exhibition of the Min Chiu Society.
From july 6 to august 26 2001
The Min Chiu Society comprises numerouscollectors of Chinese art. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the museum displays 245 art works, including Chinese paintings and calligraphy, bronze, jade, ceramics, enamel, etc. Dating from the Neolithic [...]
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Hans *Mattis -Teutsch and the Blaue Reiter,
From july 6 to october 7 2001
The exhibition makes a connection between the Blaue Reiter" and the work by Mattis-Teutsch, painter, graphist, sculptor, but also art teacher and theorist unjustifiably forgotten today. More than 150 paintings, 40 sculptures and 110 prints [...]
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Ângelo de Sousa: Photography and Cinema
From july 6 to october 18 2001
The exhibition presents the experimental and pioneer work of Ângelo de Sousa, in both field of photography and cinema.
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Stranger Passing: Selected Portraits by Joel Sternfeld
From july 6 to october 2 2001
52 large-scale color photos are the result of more than ten years of work, tavelling throughout the US, observing people, observing the surroundings changing over the years, from regionalism to mall-dominated landscapes.
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Hossein Valamanesh : A Survey
From july 6 to august 26 2001
Hossein Valamanesh is one of the best-known Australian Contemporary artists. This exhibition is a survey on his beautiful and poetic work, his investigations about cultural identity and the relationship between humanity and nature. [...]
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Around Diconche
From july 6 to december 31 2001
Archaeological site from Neolithic and bronze age in Charente-Maritime
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Alan Charlton
From july 6 to august 26 2001
Paintings producted by English artist Alan Charlton sine 1969 are characterised by two fixed constants : the colour grey of the monochromes and the module of 4.5 cm on which the canvases are mounted. Nevertheless they demonstrate [...]
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The Loyal Warriors
From july 5 to september 30 2001
These Japanese prints are inspired by Kabuki play Chushingura, which features the 47 loyal warriors.
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Hans Weygand
From july 5 to september 2 2001
Hans Weigand's recent works are defined by the attempt to constantly expand the classical parameters of art. They explore utopias as a sign of the general desire for the unknown and the mysterious.
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Living models studios
From july 5 to 13 2001
Works by adults students of the Centre d'Expression par les Arts Plastiques...
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Peter Lindberg
From july 4 to august 19 2001
Peter Lindbergh has become a decisive figure in fashion photography. What draws him, much more than beauty and perfection, is the expressiveness or their faces and eyes.
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The greek trip - Transphotométaphores
From july 3 to september 8 2001
la Grèce vue par trois générations de photographes grecs.
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Soul of Japan: Life in Nature,
From july 3 2001 to april 2 2002
The depiction of nature, its feasts and its seasons in the Japanese Art. A vision of its landscapes influenced by the natural catastrophes that has shaped it.
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Ceramics and Glass. New Work by Alain Caigier-Smith and Peter Layton
From july 3 to september 2 2001
This exhibition celebrates the long careers of two craftsmen well known for their publications on pottery and glass, Alan Caiger-Smith and Peter Layton. Their current work continues to explore the infinite possibilities of their chosen [...]
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From Van Dyck to Reynolds.
From july 3 to september 15 2001
Portraits by Reynolds and Van Dyck are on lent for the summer, by Lady Juliet Tadgell. These works, including full-lenghts portraits, underline the importance of that tradition in England.
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The Ingenious Mr Stubbs
From july 3 to september 2 2001
Stubbs is one of the most remarkable artists of the 18th century. Experimental by nature, he revolutionised the depiction of horses but resented the designation of horse painter.
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Paintings and Gouaches by Tony O'Malley from the McClelland Collection
From july 3 to december 4 2001
The popularity of O'Malley rose little after the 60s and the 70s. The exhibited works precede this sudden popularity and are particularly interesting for the study of the artist's development.
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Town and Gown: Cambridge on Parade
From july 3 to september 2 2001
Organised to celebrate the octocentennial of the Cambridge Borough Charter, this exhibition contains civic and academic regalia, different commemorative objects and views of the city and colleges through the ages.
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Affinities
From july 1 to october 7 2001
Works chosen by D.Abensour,they really share in the same territory,a capacity to displace us, to take us out of ourselves by constituting new forms of sensibility and subjectivity.
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In between
From july 1 to august 26 2001
This collective exhibition joint Alighiero E. Boetti, Dominique Gonzales-Foerster, Annette Messager, Rosemarie Trockel, Christine Borland and Inez van Lamsweerde in order to attempt to a contemporary journey in the world of recumbent [...]
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Torolab
From july 1 to september 25 2001
This consortium of artists is socially involved in elevating the quality of life for residents of Tijuana; the exhibition presents different works: architecture, clothing and electronic music.
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Rita Angus
From july 1 to september 30 2001
Two aspects of New-Zealand artist Rita Angus are gathered : a lone creation of self-portraits and her collaboration with Baigent and Bensemann, two artists she was living and painting with.
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Gavin Hipkins. The Homely
From july 1 to september 30 2001
Hipkins has emerged in the 1990s as one of New Zealand's foremost photographers. In The Homely, recent pictures rewrite a history of New Zealand by citing elements that have been used to define nationhood and folklore.
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Panorama
From july 1 to september 9 2001
This panorama of the city created by Marquard Wocher between 1809-1814 and is not only the first Swiss example of its kind, but also the oldest work in this genre to have been preserved intact to this day.
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Starting with Sculpture : Sense and Perception
From july 1 to august 26 2001
The exhibit explores the ways in which artists manipulate their materials in order to create new sensations among viewers.
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Tea, Poetry and Rimpa : Works from Japan
From july 1 to september 30 2001
A fusion of the three arts in 17th century Japan. One of them, Rimpa is a decorative style inspired by natural elements and literature. A poem with calligraphy by the famous Konoe Nobutada, Raku teabowls, Rimpa paintings, prints and ceramics [...]
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The Saint-Jacques piligrinage roads of Gers, ,
From july 1 to september 15 2001
Different documents from all over the department of Gers give us an insight into the history of the Saint-Jacques roads of piligrimage, now on the World heritage list.
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Oriental mirage
From july 1 to september 30 2001
80 orientalist paintings joint around three themes: road-book about the daily life, image of the woman and oriental mirages. We discover some works by Deshayes, Pasini, Frère, Constant...
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From the Studio: Artists -in-Residencee
From july 1 to september 30 2001
Works by artists in residence 2000-2001: Julie Mehretu, Senam Okudzeto et Nadine Caroline Robinson
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