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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.

Franck David. Celluloïd
From march 30 to april 28 2002
Franck David describes his work as a «factory» of ideas, that concentrates multiple sources and images and provoke sensory experiences. His new work is made of supermarket shelves, filled with diverse unidentifiable forms, wrapped [...]
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Dale Chihuly : Installations
From march 30 to june 23 2002
A glass installation created especially for the Phoenix Art Museum by the world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly.
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Dead.lines
From march 30 to november 17 2002
War, media and propaganda in the 20th century.
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Ann Hamilton: By Mouth and Hand
From march 30 to june 23 2002
For this exhibition, Ann Hamilton ask viewers to not look at the world «through her eyes» but to marvel at what her world looks like when recorded by a tiny camera in her mouth.
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Machines of the Mind: Sculpture by Lawrence Fane
From march 30 to may 12 2002
Lawrence Fane works in the classical medium of wood and in the modern medium of steel, sometimes combining both media in abstract forms. A large selection of his work is on display.
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Out of the Box : 20th-Century Print Portfolios
From march 30 to june 23 2002
This exhibition examines the portfolio as a vital format in 20th century European and American printmaking. The two earliest portfolios on view are El Lissitzky’s Victory Over the Sun (1923) and Man Ray’s Revolving Doors (1926), followed [...]
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Beck's Futures 3
From march 29 to may 5 2002
The ICA and Beck's collaborate for the 3rd year to present a major exhibition and art prize that identifies, supports and promotes some of the most promising contemporary artists working in Britain.
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Dream Street: W. Eugene Smith’s Pittsburgh Photographs
From march 29 to june 16 2002
A selection of 200 photographs from more than 13,000 photographs of the city of Pittsburgh taken in 1955, by photographer W. Eugene Smith (1918-1978).
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The Italians: Three Centuries of Italian Art
From march 28 to june 16 2002
A vast range of artistic styles and movements with works by Titian, Caravaggio, Giorgione, Tiepolo and Canova illustrate three centuries of art in Italy.
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Around Ernabella
From march 27 to may 8 2002
Aboriginal Art exhibition from different parts of Australia with drawings of sand, painting barks, totems, acrylic on canvas and paper. In situ realisation and concert of aboriginal music.
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Rise of the Picture Press: Photographic Reportage in Illustrated Magazines, 1918-1939
From march 27 to june 16 2002
Through about 130 examples of rare European and American publications - «Vu», «Life», «Look», etc. - the exhibition explore the innovation in photography and graphic design in the 1920s and 1930s.
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Ann Hamilton
From march 27 to july 14 2002
Ann Hamilton represented the USA at the 1997 Venice Biennale. This is her first showing in Ireland, which include installation, video and photography.
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Two wheeled warriors: A history of Harley-Davidson in Australia
From march 27 to september 22 2002
20 Harleys are on display, from the historic «1930 Peashooter» racing bike to the latest «2002 V-Rod».
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Alison Watt
From march 27 to july 21 2002
Four paintings by Alison Watt, one of Scotland's leading contemporary artists and winner of the National Portrait Gallery award, are on display in the Linbury Room.
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A Treasury of 15th-Century Manuscript Illumination
From march 26 to july 7 2002
A celebration of the art of illumination in the 15th century through 26 manuscript books and leaves and cuttings from manuscripts in the Museum's permanent collection, including the work of Jean Fouquet, Lieven van Lathem, Simon Marmion, [...]
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Art Kites Project
From march 26 to april 27 2002
A unique selection of art kites, which have been created by an eclectic mix of South African visual artists, in support of Cape Mental Health. The theme «Let's Fly Together» aims to explore how sharing and acceptance are key elements [...]
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Cutting Edge: An Exhibition of British Cutlery and table settings
From march 26 to june 2 2002
Over 500 pieces of cutlery, tracing 5,000 years of eating habits, give a complete overview of the design and evolution of british and world cutlery.
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Pin-up
From march 26 to november 24 2002
Pin-up charts the changing face of glamour and celebrity from the 1960s to the present. A selection from the Tate Collection of British and American works highlight the shared interests and points between Pop Art and the Young British [...]
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Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art?
From march 26 to october 5 2002
Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art? seeks to provide simple answers to questions about recent art through a display of works drawn from the Museum’s exceptional holdings in Contemporary Art.
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The Fabric of Moroccan Life
From march 24 to june 23 2002
Part of an oral and creative tradition passed down through generations, the hand-woven works reflect the diversity of Morocco's landscape, culture and society. 150 rare embroideries, hangings and rugs from the Museum's collection are on display.
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Images of Moroccan Life. Photographs by Angela Fisher
From march 24 to june 23 2002
Ten large color images of contemporary Moroccan peoples, created by photographer and researcher Angela Fisher, are featured at the entry to the exhibition : The Fabric of Moroccan Life.
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Barnett Newman
From march 24 to july 7 2002
One of the leaders of the group of American artists who became known as the Abstract Expressionists, Barnett Newman (1905-1970) has been regarded variously as an exemplar of high modernism, a late romantic and a precursor of Minimalism. [...]
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Silent Spring: Warhol's Endangered Species and Vanishing Animals
From march 24 to june 23 2002
Warhol's print portfolio Endangered Species from 1983 as weel as his Vanishing Animals, a 1986 book is exhibited for the first time.
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The Alliance of Art and Industry : Toledo Designs for a Modern America
From march 24 to june 16 2002
From the kitchen to the motorway, many 20th century icons of industrial design were born in the boardrooms and studios of Toledo designers.
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Evan Penny: L. Faux and No One - In Particular
From march 23 to may 26 2002
This presentation combine photographs with hyper-realistic sculptures by Canadian artist Evan Penny and examine the terrain between the real and the replica...
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Ian Hamilton Finlay
From march 23 to june 30 2002
A selection of works by Scottish artist Ian Hamilton Finlay (b. 1925) which have a distinctly maritime emphasis and create a link with the artistic heritage of the area.
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John Bellany at Sixty
From march 23 to june 23 2002
To mark the sixtieth birthday of Scottish artist John Bellany, the museum is showing a room of paintings that cover his career.
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The Chosen Letter
From march 23 to may 12 2002
Artists and craftspeople use their chosen letter to express an emotion, capture the essence of its form...
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Dan Dare & The Eagle.
From march 23 to april 27 2002
The Eagle is a Marcus Morris and Frank Hampson's comic launched on 17th April 1950. Digby, Hank, Prof, Pierre, Sir Robert and their arch enemy the Mekon all feature in this nostalgic show. [...]
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Bruce Mau Design : Three Moving Projects, 1991 - 2002
From march 23 to may 26 2002
Three film and video works by Canadian designer Bruce Mau...
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Emil Nolde and the South Pacific
From march 23 to may 26 2002
Emil Nolde travelled in the South Pacific between October 1913 and September 1914. His 40 paintings and 200 water colours draw us an expressionist echo from this expedition in South Seas and from calls in Russia, China and Japan.
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Paintings From The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
From march 23 to may 19 2002
Italian, Dutch and Flemish masterpieces painted between the mid 16th and 18th centuries such as Titian'sTarquin and Lucretia, Rubens'sDeath of Hippolytus and so on…These paintings are reflecting the interest of founder's collection [...]
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Traces of Conflict - The Falklands Revisited 1982-2002.
From march 23 to june 23 2002
An exhibition of interactive, digital and print-based media to mark the anniversary of the 1982 Falklands conflict.
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Be Dazzled! Masterworks of Jewelry and Beadwork from the Heard Museum
From march 23 to october 6 2002
Spaning 900 years, nearly 250 pieces of the finest works of adornment are selected from the collection of the museum.
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Pollock's America
From march 23 to july 30 2002
50 years after the exhibit organised by Peggy Guggenheim, Jackson Pollock is returing to the museum. 70 works from major American, European and Japanese institutions are on view
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Vito Acconci: Acts of Architecture
From march 22 to may 19 2002
Since 1980, Acconci has created sculptures patterned after architecture and furniture and devised unique variations on the idea of public art.
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American Impressionists : Paintings from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
From march 22 to june 16 2002
Initially emerged in France, the Impressionist movement quickly developed in the United States, even in such widely spread apart areas as California and Boston. Featured are 39 canvases by 27 artists
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Garden of Remembrance: A Memorial to September 11
From march 21 to september 15 2002
Created as an artistic response to last year's tragedy, this indoor garden is inspired by the celebrated gardens of medieval spain, such as the Alcázar in Seville and the Alhambra Palace in Granada.
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The Russian Avant-Garde Book, 1910-1934
From march 21 to may 21 2002
About 300 illustrated books represent all the significant artistic developments of the period with works by Kazimir Malevich, Olga Rozanova, Natalia Goncharova, El Lissitzky, Aleksandre Rodchenko, and many others.
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Directions – Ernesto Neto
From march 21 to june 23 2002
The last creation by the contemporary Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto (b. 1964) : a large, amoeba-like sculpture suspended from the ceiling...
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Fragile Witness
From march 21 to august 4 2002
A unique glimpse of national treasures and personal souvenirs from the McCord collections such as James Wolfe’s journal from 1759 and Louis Riel’s last will and testament are displayed alongside more personal souvenirs, [...]
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Hidden Threads of Peru: Q'ero Textiles
From march 21 to august 4 2002
The community of Q'ero is located high on the eastern slopes of the Andes mountains. Weaving is the central form of artistic expression in Q'ero, where weavers use techniques and designs evolved from the pre-Hispanic past. More than [...]
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Miniature Portraits from the Dumas Egerton Collection
From march 21 to june 16 2002
A selection of 75 portraits reveals the great skill and delicate painting of many of the miniaturists practising in the Bitish Isles from around 1525 to 1850.
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Tiaras
From march 21 to july 14 2002
This spectacular display of 200 tiaras, traces its evolution from the mid-18th century to the present day, and includes pieces from the Royal Family among which the one worn by Her Majesty The Queen at her wedding in 1947.
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Pérou with Tintin
From march 21 2002 to april 27 2003
The Cinquantenaire museum brings back to life the encounter between Hergé and the permanent collections, of which certain masterpieces inspired the drawer in his creation of Seven crystal balls and The Temple of the Sun.
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The Thrill of the Chase: Atalanta and Meleager by Jacob Jordaens (1598-1678) on loan from The Prado, Madrid
From march 20 to june 16 2002
The loan of Atalanta and Meleager is accompanied by drawings, paintings and prints to contextualise Jacob Jordaens's working methods.
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Inspiration and Vision : The Libbey Legacy
From march 20 to june 16 2002
The exhibition focuses on the life and work of Edward Drummond Libbey and Florence Scott Libbey, who were great donors of the museum in the 19th century.
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Masterworks from the Albertina
From march 19 to may 12 2002
A selection of 102 drawings and prints from the Albertina in Vienna, Austria including some of the best-known works on paper by artists such as Dürer, Raphael, Michelangelo, Rubens, Rembrandt and other Italian, French, Dutch, German [...]
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Through Afghan Eyes: A Culture in Conflict, 1987-1992
From march 19 to september 17 2002
Videos and photographs of Afghanistan during the last days of the Soviet invasion, the resulting civil war and the post-Cold War era shows intimate views of average people carrying out their daily lives against the backdrop of an intensive [...]
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Treasure Quest: Great Silver Collections from Colonial Williamsburg
From march 18 2002 to january 1 2003
about a hundred of objects, including early English silverplate, is on display.
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Mirroring Evil: Nazi Imagery/Recent Art
From march 17 to june 30 2002
A selection of recent works by 13 contemporary artists who make new and daring use of imagery taken from the Nazi era. The artists employ the cerebral language of conceptual art to bring this highly charged imagery out of the past [...]
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Egypt in the Age of Pyramids from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
From march 17 to june 9 2002
125 exceptional examples of sculpture, furniture, jewelry and pottery celebrate the unique and glorious era of the Age of the Pyramids.
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Sue Williams
From march 16 to june 16 2002
Emerging in the early 1980's with rage-filled and humorous canvases, Sue Williams has recently adopted a style of vivid abstraction that has been compared to de Kooning, Pollock, and Mitchell
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The Art of French Fashion
From march 16 to august 18 2002
A close look at the influence of French fashion on post-colonial America with exemple such as a mid 18th century French robe and petticoat and a 1928 wedding gown by Madeline Vionnet.
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Mel Bochner Photographs, 1966-69.
From march 16 to june 16 2002
The exhibition will display approximately 81 works, including photographs, a 16 mm film, and related drawings and studies by one of the most important practitioners of conceptual art.
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Like a garden
From march 16 2002 to february 9 2003
An anthology of cloths from the 18th century to our day. A history of embroideries and floral prints, between the symbolic use of nature and games of shapes or colors.
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Forum: Jesse Bransford
From march 16 to june 15 2002
Brooklyn-based artist Jesse Bransford creates large, site-specific paintings that blend icons of art, science, and popular culture...
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North Poles - Paintings by Marion Kolata
From march 16 to june 8 2002
Wind, sea, rain, and salt are reflectedin weathered textures and surfaces.
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Rough Cuts: European Figurative Prints from Gauguin to Paladino
From march 16 to june 2 2002
A parallel between 2 distinct periods in 20th century art, that of the earlier Expressionist period from around 1905 to 1920, with artists such as Kirchner, Munch and Gauguin and the later neo-figurative period of the late 1970s and 1980s [...]
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Surface: Photography, painting, textiles
From march 16 to may 11 2002
Three artists give a contemporary spin to three traditional art forms. Tracey Holland, Kate Jacob and Helen Parrott explore the way textures and colours create the tension of a work's surface.
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The Plot Thickens : Narrative in British Printmaking, 1700 – 1900
From march 16 to june 23 2002
Some forty-five drawn from Museum holdings explore Britain’s fascination with narrative art during the 18th and 19th centuries.
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An American Palette: Paintings Celebrating American Life and Art
From march 16 to may 26 2002
More than 60 works are presented, ranging from the mid-19th century to the present. The collection includes landscapes, still lifes, portraits and interiors by many of America's most prominent artists, including such major figures [...]
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Gloria Bornstein
From march 16 to october 20 2002
The work of Northwest artist Gloria Bornstein focuses on the inextricable link between memory, the individual and sense of place.
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Oskar Kokoschka: early portraits from Vienna and Berlin, 1909-1914
From march 15 to june 10 2002
By showing more than 30 oil portraits painted in Vienna and Berlin in the eve of Wolrd War I, the exhibition and its accompanying catalogue survey Kokoschka's art of this period and the intellectual milieu in which the artist worked.
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Wu Guanzhong: A Retrospective
From march 15 to may 12 2002
Wu Guanzhong was born in 1919 in the Jiangsu province. About 100 exhibits form a comprehensive retrospective of the artistic life of Wu Guanzhong.
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The Trench Exhibition
From march 15 to october 27 2002
This exhibition looks at how the series about daily life ina First World War trench was made.
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Wood Turning since 1930
From march 15 to july 14 2002
Wood turning is among the most popular of craft art techniques today. The 130 works in this exhibition document six decades of wood turning in North America.
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Family Life
From march 15 to may 12 2002
Images of family life - high and low, bourgeois and artistic - as presented in paintings, drawings, watercolors, prints, photographs, and sculpture dating from ca. 2000 B.C. to the 20th century.
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Out of the Woods: Turned Wood by American Craftsmen
From march 15 to may 5 2002
Evolution from an ancient craft into a dynamic contemporary art form. Wood turning has its roots in colonial "treenware". It was not until after World War II that wood turning gained renewed interestits with artists.
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Elsa Beskow - A Swedish Childhood Picture Treasury
From march 14 to may 26 2002
200 watercolours by the famous Swedish writer and illustrator of chidren's books, Elsa Beskow are brought together.
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Christian Biecher Before
From march 14 to april 28 2002
The exhibit is presented as a definition of the sweet and sour creations by the young designer and interior architect.
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Utopia and Reality. Modernity in Sweden 1900-1960
From march 14 to june 16 2002
A broad survey of Swedish art and culture from the first half of the 20th century, which traces the origins of modernism in Sweden from architectural drawings and models to painting, sculpture, graphic and industrial design.
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Projects 75: Laylah Ali
From march 14 to may 21 2002
For this project Laylah Ali has created her first artist/comic book, composed entirely of figures engaged in acts of violence. Soldiers, prisoners and police, doctors and patients, slaves and masters, serve up an effect of which is to replace [...]
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Earth & Fire: Italian Terracotta Sculpture from Donatello To Canova
From march 14 to july 7 2002
Terracotta's importance across the glory years of the Renaissance is illustrated through a range of sculpture between 1400 and 1800, among which works by Ghiberti, Donatello, Verrocchio, Bernini and Canova.
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Hamish Fulton : Walking Journey
From march 14 to june 4 2002
Classified as a sculptor, photographer, conceptual artist, Hamish Fulton prefers to characterise himself as a « walking artist ». New and recent work by Fulton, including 2 major new photographic wall works is on display.
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Tilson. Pop to Present
From march 14 to april 14 2002
40 selected works span the career of Joe Tilson, one of Britain's leading Pop Artists. From the 1960s to the present day, it focuses on paintings and wooden construction.
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Tapestry in the Renaissance: Art and Magnificence
From march 14 to june 19 2002
41 tapestries along with about 20 preparatory drawings and designs drawn from 33 collections (Vatican, Louvre, and British Royal) in 12 countries explore the stylistic and technical development of tapestry production in the Low Countries, [...]
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Roni Horn: «Blah, blah, blah, blah, moon, Blah, blah, blah, above; Blah, blah, blah, blah, croon, Blah, blah, blah, blah, love.»
From march 13 to june 16 2002
Still on the question of the construction of identity, the second part of the exhibition dedicated to Roni Horn.
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Baroque Painting in Genoa
From march 13 to june 16 2002
Genoa was once one of the richest and most cosmopolitan cities of northern Italy. During the 17th century, foreign painters such as Rubens and Van Dyck went to work there and painted grandiose portraits of elegant Genoese aristocrats. [...]
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Love and Death. Art in the Age of Queen Victoria
From march 13 to may 12 2002
With exemples of works by Frederic Leighton, John Everett Millais, Edward Poynter and William Quiller Orchardson, the exhibition concentrates on the Victorian celebration of love, both earthly and divine, together with its reverence [...]
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From Generation to Generation: Milton Rogovin Photographs.
From march 12 to august 4 2002
Triptychs, serie from which this exhibition is drawn, documents the Buffalo working class families. The artist began this project in 1972 and returned over the next two decades to photograph the same people.
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Carrie Mae Weems: The Jefferson Suite
From march 12 to june 9 2002
In her installation, composed of multiple digitally produced photographs, Weems explores some of the issues and possibilities posed by the dazzling accumulation of evidentiary DNA information.
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Tony Cragg. New Sculptures
From march 10 to april 14 2002
An interesting ensemble of most recent and new sculptures by Tony Cragg in different materials and colours.
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Central European Avant-Gardes: Exchange and Transformation, 1910–1930
From march 10 to june 2 2002
Through about 250 examples of painting, sculpture, works on paper, the exhibition examine the cross-fertilization among the artistic avant-garde movements in the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the former Yugoslavia, [...]
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Alaska's First People
From march 10 to 31 2002
An Exhibit of Photographic Portraits by Edward Sheriff Curtis.
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Goya: Images of Women
From march 10 to june 2 2002
The first major exhibition dedicated to an examination of the artist's representation of women, including portraits of many of the most powerful women of Madrid. 115 paintings, drawings, prints...
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Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1617-1682): Paintings from American Collections
From march 10 to june 16 2002
The first comprehensive retrospective of Spanish painter Murillo in the US brings together 30 outstanding exemples of his paintings including religious subjects to scenes of everyday life and portraits.
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AMeasure of Reality
From march 9 to april 28 2002
Time, distance, size, speed. On the theme of measurement, the exhibition takes an unusual variety of art from the last 30 years which has measurement as its basis.
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Philip Guston
From march 9 to august 18 2002
One of the most influential and important American painters of the 20th century, Philip Guston first came to prominence as an Abstract Expressionist, later moving towards figurative paintings.This display examines this transition period.
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Cannibal museum
From march 9 2002 to march 2 2003
Resulting from the desire to "nourish" others, ethnographic museums become in turn observation towers.
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Jose Clemente Orozco in the United States, 1927-1934
From march 9 to may 19 2002
This retrospective of the 20th century Mexican muralist painter, Jose Clemente Orozco (1883-1949), features more than 120 paintings, prints, drawings, watercolors, and preparatory studies, all showcasing Orozco’s revolutionary [...]
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Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Works on Paper Part Two: Everywhere but California
From march 9 to june 23 2002
Following an installment of works on paper by California artists, this current exhibition is devoted to graphic art by artists from North and South America, Europe, and Asia, among which Michael Heinyer, Ross Bleckner, Larry Rivers, [...]
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Devotional Splendor : Gold Ground paintings from Detroit and Toledo
From march 8 2002 to february 1 2003
In early Renaissance, Leading artists from Italy, Germany, and Spain created supremely accomplished paintings depicting saints and various religious events. The exhibition features examples of works in the tradition of gold ground [...]
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Rachel Whiteread. Transient Spaces
From march 8 to june 5 2002
After the Deutsche Guggenheim Museum in Berlin, these 2 new monumental sculptures by Rachel Whiteread, dealing with architecture as a reflexion of personal memory and history, are on display in New York.
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2002 Biennial Exhibition
From march 7 to may 26 2002
A panorama of contemporary American art through the work of 113 artists and collaborative teams.
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The New Way of Tea
From march 6 to may 19 2002
The ritual of the tea ceremony is often seen as the quintessential face of traditional Japan. Nontraditional avant-garde teahouses and utensils by contemporary architects, designers are on display.
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Treasures from a Lost Civilization: Ancient Chinese Art from Sichuan
From march 6 to june 16 2002
The fascinating art and material culture of ancient Sichuan, in remote southwest China, was uncovered by archaeology of the last 15 years. 128 works of art include monumental bronze images of deities, ritual vessels, jades, and ceramics [...]
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Latin American Fashion
From march 5 to april 13 2002
Through a selection of 80 garments, accessories and archival photographs, the exhibition explores the works of more than 24 Latin American designers.
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Book as Art XIV: Temptations
From march 5 2002 to january 5 2003
This annual exhibition of artists' books and related paintings and prints explore artistic interpretations of temptations such as food, sex, money, and power.
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Railroad Vision
From march 5 to june 23 2002
From Édouard Baldus' images of the new French lines in the 1850s to O. Winston Link's nighttime views of the last steam-powered trains in 1950s America, the exhibition explore the relationship of photography and railroads through a diverse [...]
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The Flowering of Florence : Botanical Art for the Medicis,1550-1750
From march 3 to may 27 2002
Exquisite examples of botanical art, including Jacopo Ligozzi's plant drawings in tempera, works by Giovanna Garzoni on vellum as well as a selection of florentine pietre dure.
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From Düsseldorf
From march 2 to april 24 2002
Works by Elger Esser, Thomas Ruff, Jörg Sasse and Beat Streuli.
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Mads Gamgrup
From march 2 to may 12 2002
The new series of large format photographs by Danish artist Mads Gamgrup.
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Jana Sterbak
From march 2 to may 12 2002
A major retrospective dedicated to this canadian artist who had her international breakthrough in 1987 with a dress made from raw meat.
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Art & Home: Dutch Interiors in the Age of Rembrandt
From march 2 to may 26 2002
Approximately 50 paintings, among which works by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Pieter de Hooch et Jan Steen, together with porcelain, silver and furniture give a picture of life and interiors in the Netherlands during the seventeenth century.
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ACommunity of Many Worlds: Arab Americans in New York City
From march 2 to september 2 2002
An introduction to the diverse group of New Yorkers who share a linguistic heritage - Arabic - and cultural traditions dating more than 1500 years. This close examination at the long history of New York's arab population, which includes [...]
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Perfect Acts of Architecture
From march 2 to june 30 2002
Between 1977 and 1987, a sluggish world economy curtailed the construction of new buildings. The most talented architects moved into teaching positions and schools became the center od research an debats. 140 works on paper and collages [...]
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Possession Obsession: Objects from Andy Warhol's Personal Collection
From march 2 to may 19 2002
Andy Warhol was an obsessive collector. 300 pieces drawn from his collection of more than 10,000 objects are shown to the visitors, including 19th century American arts, Art Deco furniture and silver and many more...
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Qu'Appelle: Tales of Two Valleys
From march 2 to may 5 2002
Paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, films, videos and literature lead us to the discovery of the Calling River Valley, also known as Qu’Appelle.
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Jack Stauffacher: Selections from the Permanent Collection of Architecture and Design
From march 2 to june 30 2002
This exhibition highlights the typographic work of Jack Stauffacher, who has operated the Greenwood Press in San Francisco since 1960. Using traditional woodblock letterforms, he created semi-abstract graphic compositions.
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Edward Weston: The Last Years in Carmel
From march 2 to july 9 2002
The first exhibition to examine the end of Weston’s career and the change of character displayed in his later prints. It includes landscape photographs of Point Lobos, Big Sur, Monterey Peninsula, as well as still-life scenes taken [...]
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Behdin Fouladi (Iran-France). Self-portrait (2000-2002)
From march 1 to april 27 2002
Second exhibition in the gallery after the set "Fixation" in 1999.
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Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka: The Glass Aquarium
From march 1 to may 26 2002
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Leopold Blaschka and his son, Rudolf, designed and manufactured thousands of glass replicas of sea creatures to be displayed in National History Museums. These objects are extraordinary examples [...]
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Dali Graphic Exhibit
From march 1 to april 7 2002
Selection of fifty graphics spanning Dali's career, from 1933 to 1975.
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Reutlinger, the photograph of the fashionable women of the Belle-Epoque.
From march 1 to april 30 2002
A few hundred of vintage prints around René Desprez, Sarah Bernhardt, Cléo de Mérode.
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