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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.

Focus 3
From june 30 to september 8 2002
An insight of painting as a process, through sketches, drawings and watercolours.
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The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt
From june 30 to october 14 2002
Ancient Egyptian beliefs and practices based on the afterlife journey of pharaohs are dramatically illustrated through approximately 115 magnificent objects from Egypt and a life-sized reconstruction of the burial chamber of the New Kingdom [...]
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Anne Vallayer-Coster: Still-life Painting in the Age of Marie-Antoinette
From june 30 to september 29 2002
50 canvases by this 18th c. French painter are on view, as well as works by her contemporaries: Jean Simeon Chardin, Jean-Baptiste Oudry, Alexandre-Francois Desportes, Henri Horace Roland de la Porte and Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun.
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The Kettle's Yard Open
From june 29 to july 21 2002
The best new art in the region selected by Catherine Yass and Edmund de Vaal.
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AUTObodies: speed, sport, transport
From june 29 to september 16 2002
The Museum's collection of automobiles is on view, among which three major new acquisitions. The exhibition span five decades of automotive design, including Pinin Farina's Cisitalia 202 GT (1946) and Ferrari's Formula 1 Racing Car 641/2 [...]
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Forum: Hello, My Name Is...
From june 29 to september 29 2002
A panorama of self-portraits in a wide variety of media by international young, less known artists.
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Idol of the Moderns : Pierre-Auguste Renoir and American Painting
From june 29 to september 15 2002
Renoir had a huge influence on American artists at the beginning of the 20th century. The exhibition demonstrates this heritage, bringing together around 15 of his works with paintings by M. Cassatt, C. Hassam, G. Bellows, J. Sloan [...]
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Tempo
From june 29 to september 9 2002
Contemporary artists from the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia map the show into five areas of multimedia installations that examine cultural differences in the construction of time.
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Jean-François and Léopold *Batut
From june 29 to october 20 2002
To Jean-françois Batut, famous portraitist of Castres's families and of Jean Jaurès, succeded his son Léopold, paysagist and genre painter. We're discovered a family of painters and her relations with local history.
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Brazil : Body and Soul
From june 29 2002 to january 31 2003
After a visit to the USA, the exhibit is making a stop-over in Bilbao. Between sensuality and spirituality, Brazil's artistic culture is represented here by installations, photographs, paintings and sculptures.
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New Worlds: German and Austrian Art, 1890-1940
From june 28 to september 1 2002
For its opening, the Neue Galerie presents a selection from its collection, featuring works by G. Klimt, O. Kokoschka, E. Schiele, V. Kandinsky, Kirchner and P. Klee. Exemples of decorative arts from the Bauhaus and the Wiener Werkstätte [...]
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Dust to DNA. Kevin Clarke and Mikey Flowers 9/11
From june 28 to september 1 2002
At the intersection of Science, Technology, and Photography, the exhibition displays the work of American artist Kevin Clarke using DNA sequences on pictures taken by Mikey Flowers - a volunteer Medical Technician - the 11th of September.
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The Expanded Portrait
From june 28 to september 1 2002
A selection of contemporary artists who are exploring the concept of portraiture at the time when genetic code.
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Alex Katz
From june 28 to september 8 2002
The exhibition traces the career of American Painter, sculptor and printmaker Alex Katz, whose work, in the early 1950s, was influenced by Jackson Pollock and other Abstract Expressionist, then in the 60s became more realistic.
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MANUAL: Two Worlds
From june 28 to september 1 2002
Suzanne Bloom and Ed Hill have been making «new media» for over a quarter century, collaborating since 1974 under the name of MANUAL. This first retrospective and comprehensive assessment of their career will include a newly commissioned [...]
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Christian Milovanoff/conversation pieces
From june 28 to september 22 2002
These 48 large-format color prints include architectural views of Pittsburgh, details of 18th century portraits from the Frick Collection and urban daily life images.
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William Morris: Two Installations
From june 28 to august 18 2002
Two installations of glasswork by William Morris.
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Secrets of Silk
From june 28 2002 to january 5 2003
The exhibition explores the production and use of one of the world's most luxurious fibers: silk. The textiles on view highlight the creativity of different silk weaving cultures around the world.
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The IBIS Project: Early Computer-Assisted Art in the Northwest
From june 28 to september 8 2002
Between 1985 and 1987, eight Northwest artist each created a series of prints generated with a computer using IBIS System. These works are on display.
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George Tice: Urban Landscapes
From june 28 to september 1 2002
A selection of images spans George Tice's photographic career and presents a complex portrait of the heavily man-made urban and suburban landscapes of New Jersey.
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Works of Art From the Collection of the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil
From june 28 to september 1 2002
Some of the most important pieces are drawn from the Mexican Museum, among which works by Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueros.
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Xicágoan
From june 28 to november 3 2002
A selection of some of the most talented contemporary artists to come out of the Chicago-Mexican community.
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Moving Pictures
From june 28 2002 to january 12 2003
Works by Marina Abramovic, Vito Acconci, Bruce Nauman, Robert Smithson, and many other artists illustrate the paradigm occurred within postwar visual culture : photography and the moving image were absorbed into critical contemporary [...]
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Pearls.
From june 28 2002 to january 5 2003
Since a long, people around the world have fashioned jewlery and decorative objects out of natural pearls, collected from both freshwater and marine mollusks.
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Invités plus Laurent Moriceau. Le projet des Perméables
From june 27 to august 25 2002
For this project, Laurent Moriceau asked a few fashion designers and artists to conceive of clothing from photographic paper.
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Out of Site: Fictional Architectural Spaces
From june 27 to october 13 2002
A selection of works on paper, paintings, digital photography and projection, sculpture, and installation by numerous artists reflect how digital technology, urban and suburban growth, population sprawl, and cross-cultural experiences [...]
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Eugeen van Mieghem (1875-1930)
From june 27 to september 2 2002
Works by dutch painter Eugeen van Mieghem.
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Ansel Adams in Hawaii
From june 27 to august 4 2002
Although best recognized for his photographs of Yosemite and the California Coast, Ansel Adams (1902-1984) also created photographs of Hawaii. A large selection of his views of Hawaii is on display.
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The Centenary Exhibition of Ny Carlsbergfondet
From june 27 to september 22 2002
This birthday will be celebrated with an exhibition of some 80 recent acquisitions (paintings, sculptures, decorative arts and books) financed by the Foundation.
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Pasta: Italian Culture on a plate.
From june 26 to september 15 2002
A selection of material such as advertising and packaging, menu cards and pasta-making tools illustrate the impact of one of the world's most popular foods on Italian art and culture.
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The Adventures of Hamza
From june 26 to september 29 2002
The exhibition brings together 61 of the finest illustrations of The Adventures of Hamza drawn from public and private collections all over the world.
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Honor, Glory, Adventure : Books for Boys in the Age of Pierpont Morgan
From june 25 to september 8 2002
The exhibition celebrates the variety and appeal of books and toys for boys during the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Its topics include sports and games, technology and trades, geography and travel, humor, and tales of adventure, [...]
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Onetree
From june 25 to september 1 2002
Works by over 70 craftspeople and artists using wood from a single oak tree are on display in this original exhibition.
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No Man's Land: The Photographs of Lynne Cohen
From june 22 to august 25 2002
A comprehensive examination of Lynne Cohen's photographic work, from the mid-1970's to her most recent production. Concerned with revealing the concealed narratives of interior spaces, Cohen's photographs are fascinating, complex windows [...]
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Gerhard Richter: Forty Years of Painting
From june 22 to september 15 2002
Highlighting the artist’s achievements in various media, nearly 200 paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs from the 1960s to the present are on display.
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100 views of Mount Fuji
From june 22 to august 25 2002
100 works by Japanese painters and print designers from the 17th to the 20th century express the personal relationship of japanese artists to this most inspirational mountain.
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Art in Exile: Flanders, Wales and the First World War
From june 22 to september 15 2002
Over 100, 000 Belgian refugees fled to Britain in 1914 to escape the German invasion of their country. Among them many artists took refuge in Wales. This exhibition focuses on Valerius de Saedeleer, George Minne and Gustave van de Woestyne [...]
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Bits of Old Hong Kong: Museum Acquisitions in the Last Five Years
From june 22 to september 1 2002
More than 100 pieces, including documents, furnishings, industrial products and costumes, reveal the the Museum's efforts in collecting historical items in the past 5 ears.
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Ecovention
From june 22 to august 18 2002
The exhibition explores art that takes its inspiration from, and makes an impact on, the environment. Selected artists and the CAC collaborate with botanists, biologists, politicians, technicians, architects and urban planners to achieve [...]
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Face off: Chicago Photographers in the Smart Museum Collection
From june 22 to september 8 2002
A selection of works by Chicago-based photographers. By focusing on human subjects, these photographs explore the camera's ability to manipulate identity and unmask illusions.
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Willem de Kooning: Tracing the Figure
From june 22 to september 8 2002
78 works on paper illustrate Kooning's accomplishment on the female form from 1938 to 1955.
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Love in a Mist: Early 20th Century Watercolours
From june 22 to december 1 2002
A display of 14 watercolours by Robert Anning Bell and his contemporaries, Love in a Mist: Early 20th Century Watercolours takes its name from a painting by J. Herbert MacNair.
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Navy of the Lumières
From june 22 2002 to april 15 2003
For the 250 th anniversary of the Marine Academy of Brest, prestigious objects including models, navigation instruments, maps, drawings, memoirs...will help you sail away.
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The Power of the Poster
From june 22 to september 15 2002
A fascinating account of the evolution of the poster from its early beginnings in the 1870s to the present.
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Richard Rodgers' Broadway
From june 22 2002 to january 5 2003
Composer Richard Rodgers (1902-1979) is synonymous with Broadway. This centennial tribute survey the full scope of his legacy of more than 900 published songs and 41 Broadway musicals.
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Sea Sides
From june 22 to august 31 2002
Falmouth Art Gallery welcomes the opening of the new National Maritime Museum Cornwall with a varied exhibition: automata, photography, master paintings…
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Orient visions. From the mesopotamian cities to the crusaders' Jerusalem : the Camille Aboussouan donation
From june 22 2002 to february 2 2003
Over 1600 pieces of Oriental archeology have been added to the collection of the museum of fine arts of Agen. The donation of the generous Lebanese diplomat Camille Aboussouan, made up of teracottas, ceramics and glass objects, is the second [...]
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Yes Yoko Ono
From june 22 to september 15 2002
125 works in all media by this avant-garde Conceptual artist.
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From Mickey to the Grinch: Art of the Animated Film
From june 22 to august 25 2002
Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Pinocchio, Dumbo, and a half-century’s worth of ’toon personalities are on view at the museum. 160 works pays homage to these characters and the processes that brought them to life.
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The Battle for Hong Kong. Hong Kong under the Camera of the Japanese Army.
From june 22 to september 1 2002
With the photos taken by the wartime reporters of the «Mainichi Newspaper» in Japan, the exhibition records the process of Japanese occupation of Hong Kong in 18 days from 8 to 25 December 1941.
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Design Now - Graphics
From june 21 to october 27 2002
After Design Now - London, the second episode of this series explore the dynamic and fast-moving field of international graphics.
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Beautiful Productions
From june 21 to october 28 2002
A selection of edition covers for the «Parkett» art magazine by world famous artists such as Doug Aitken, Gerhard Richter and Vanessa Beecroft.
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Gifts of the forest: Native traditions in wood and bark
From june 21 2002 to march 2 2003
A selection of 100 wood and bark objects of artistic, practical and spiritual value. A blend of historical and contemporary pieces shows the continuity of traditions from prehistoric stone axes to modern basket weaving, and evokes [...]
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Langlands and Bell
From june 21 to september 1 2002
Langlands & Bell exhibit a major new work, The Ministry (Health & Education), 2002, together with selected items from their archive.
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Tadashi Sato: A Retrospective
From june 21 to august 18 2002
Tadashi Sato (b. 1923) is one of Hawai‘i’s most respected artists. This exhibition in two parts, at the Contemporary Museum, Makiki Heights and at First Hawaiian, explores the artist's career and comprises paintings, drawings [...]
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Captured on Paper: Animals in the Prints & Drawings Collection
From june 20 to september 22 2002
This selection of drawings illustrates the way animals have been depicted in art over time.
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Corot to Picasso: European Masterworks from the Smith college Museum of Art
From june 20 to september 15 2002
Nearly 60 paintings and sculptures from the 19th and early 20th centuries, representing such European masters as Degas, Monet, Cézanne, Kandinsky and Picasso, all drawn from the Smith College Museum of Art, are on view.
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Fokus 1
From june 20 2002 to june 20 2003
The first phase of the project "Fokus 1" is articulated around the performances of the 1960s and 1970s, of Pop Art and hyperrealism, Fluxus, New Realism and Viennese Actionism.
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Lucian Freud
From june 20 to september 22 2002
The largest retrospective to date of the work of Lucian Freud. It will be shown in Barcelona and Los Angeles too.
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Open City: Street Photographs Since 1950
From june 20 to september 8 2002
Photography in the 1950's established a new vocabulary for documentary photography: the street became its main subject. Works by Frank, Friedlander, Henderson, Streuli, Tillmans..
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Taken by Design: Photographs from the Institute of Design, 1937–1971
From june 20 to october 20 2002
The exhibition brings together examples of the best photography from faculty and students of the Institute of Design from its founding in 1937 by Laszlo Moholy Nagy through the departure of Aaron Siskind in 1971.
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New on View: Recent Acquisitions from the Collection
From june 19 to october 6 2002
About 100 works acquired for the past five years are brought together. It includes works by Mary Cassatt, Joseph Cornell, Ellsworth Kelly or Gerhard Richter.
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Jean-Frédéric Schnyder
From june 19 to july 28 2002
Swiss artist Jean-Frédéric Schnyder has developed an approach inspired by popular art, naturalism, realism, kitsch, abstract and outsider art. Over 100 paintings survey the artist's eclectic style.
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Postwar German Works on Paper: Gifts of Susan and Lewis Manilow
From june 19 to august 11 2002
This exhibtion of postwar art celebrates a recent major gift of 30 drawings from Chicago collectors Susan and Lewis Manilow. It includes works by Anselm Kiefer, Sigmar Polke, Georg Baselitz, Josef Beuys, Rosemarie Trockel and Martin [...]
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Pat Douthwaite
From june 19 to august 31 2002
A display of works on paper by Scottish artist Pat Douthwaite.
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Fabric of Vision: Dress and Drapery in Painting
From june 19 to september 8 2002
The role played by costume and drapery in paintings is examined from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. Among the work included are paintings by van der Weyden, Tintoretto, Van Dyck, Reynolds, Delacroix, Vuillard and Picasso.
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Herman Landshoff: Photographs
From june 18 to july 27 2002
This tribute to the life and career of German-born fashion photography pioneer Herman Landshoff (1905-1986) brings together 100 never-before-exhibited color and black-and-white images from the 1940s and 1950s, depicting fashions, famous [...]
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Portraits of Women: Photographs by The FIT Photography Club
From june 18 to july 27 2002
This year's Photo Club's exhibition consists of color portrayals of women in the workplace, home-life, and recreation.
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Genius in Wood: Early Kentucky Furniture from the Noe Collection
From june 18 to july 28 2002
Ten masterpieces of early Kentucky cabinetmaking explore the diverse forms and aesthetic expressions that characterized furniture made between 1800 and 1835.
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Goa and the Big Moghol
From june 18 to september 7 2002
In collaboration with the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Gulbenkian foundation presents for the first time the relationship fomented between Goa and the Mongol Empire. Books, paintings, precious objects [...]
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The Age of Impressionism: European Painting from the Ordrupgaard Collection, Copenhagen
From june 18 to september 8 2002
Approximately 80 paintings offer a survey of the remarkable Ordrupgaard Collection, which includes works by Monet, Cézanne, Corot, Delacroix, Renoir as well as Danish painters such as Eckersberg and Kobke.
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Thomas Eakins
From june 18 to september 15 2002
More than 150 works in all media from institutions nationwide, reveals recent scholarly discoveries about Eakins’s intentions and methods.
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Gauguin in New York Collections: The Lure of the Exotic
From june 18 to october 20 2002
Approximately 120 works, comprising paintings, sculptures, drawings and print, drawn from New York public and private collections span every important stage of Gauguin's career, in Brittany, Provence, Martinique, Tahiti, and the Marquesas [...]
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Connecting Museums
From june 18 to october 20 2002
This presentation drawing on the Guggenheim, the State Hermitage and the Kunsthistorisches museums consist of Rembrandt's Portrait of Baertje Martens (circa 1640), Velásquez's Infanta Margarita Teresa in a Pink Gown (1654) and Manet's [...]
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The Art of Nathan Oliveira
From june 16 to september 8 2002
The most complete retrospective to date of paintings, monotypes, drawings, watercolors and sculpture by the artist Nathan Oliveira, a key figure in American art in the second half of the 20th century.
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The LP Show
From june 16 to august 18 2002
More than 2,500 LP covers drawn from 50 collections trace the history of graphic design for album covers from its beginnings in the 1940s to contemporary graphics that endure even with the digital age of the compact disc.
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Nature Takes a Turn : Woodturnings Inspired by the Natural World
From june 16 to september 8 2002
A celebration of fine craftsmanship, innovation and personal expression in utilitarian woodturning.
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Off Guard: The Photographs of Ron Galella
From june 16 to september 1 2002
300 photographs illustrate the original career of this paparazzi.
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No Man's Land: The Photographs of Lynne Cohen
From june 15 to august 25 2002
A comprehensive examination of Lynne Cohen's photographic work, from the mid-1970's to her most recent production. Concerned with revealing the concealed narratives of interior spaces, Cohen's photographs are fascinating, complex windows [...]
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Bounce: Brian Jungen, Myfanwy MacLeod and Damian Moppett
From june 15 to september 12 2002
This exhibition of Vancouver artists highlight the sculptural dimension of the artists' practices and their dialogue with art outside their city.
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In through the out door
From june 15 to september 2 2002
New work by three Toronto-based artists, David Armstrong-Six, Germaine Koh and Nestor Krüger is on display.
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St. Petrischnee
From june 15 to august 11 2002
«St. Petrischnee» is a variety of positions from the 1960s and 1970s, the age that sought to expand or to move beyond the old rules of art history and of society. The works by artists such as Theo Altenberg Michel Auder, Yayoi Kusama [...]
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German Art and the Past: Prints and Drawings from Friedrich to Baselitz
From june 15 to september 22 2002
A selection of images from the Art Institute's recent German acquisitions, which include works by Georg Baselitz, Karl Blechen, and Philip Otto Runge.
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Animals and birds
From june 15 to october 6 2002
The artist Brett Whiteley presents paintings, drawings and sculptures on his favourite theme : birds.
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Cooking the books: Ron King and the Circle Press
From june 15 to september 8 2002
A retrospective tracing the history of the Daniel King Circle Press, including books made from different materials (wood, paper, metal, stone, glass, wax), articulated puppets, drawings, prototypes...
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The Fabric of Moroccan Life
From june 15 to august 30 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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The Gentileschi: Father and Daughter Painters of the Seventeenth Century
From june 15 to september 15 2002
Around 70 works by these two artists will be brought together. The father as well as the daughter have had a great influence throughout Europe.
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The Last days of Penn Station: Photographs by Aaron Rose
From june 15 to october 6 2002
A selection of photographs from the 118 given to the Museum in 2000 by renowned photographer Aaron Rose, that chronicle the destruction of the original Pennsylvania Station between 1963 and 1966.
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Over the Line: The art and life of Jacob Lawrence
From june 15 to september 8 2002
After the Whitney Museum, the High Museum of Art presents more than 200 paintings and drawings by this artist, whose career has been long and complex.
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Michael Sweerts
From june 15 to august 25 2002
The restless personality of the Flemish painter Michael Sweerts (1618-1664) is presented through 40 paintings and 20 engravings drawn from museums and private collections in North America and Europe.
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When the marine builted Rochefort
From june 15 2002 to march 30 2003
At the moment of the departure of the Royale, the arsenal at Rochefort finds itself at the time of the navy with sails.
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Art Needs Room / Design needs room
From june 14 2002 to february 16 2003
A large selection from the museum's collection including several old masterpieces and Swedish classics.
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Feminism and Art: Selections from the Permanent Collection
From june 14 to august 11 2002
Approximately 60 artworks in several media consider the development of feminism in art.
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On Nature: Five Wisconsin artists
From june 14 to september 1 2002
The exhibition explores the tradition of nature-as-subject in Wisconsin art through the work of five prominent contemporary artists working in various media.
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Rubens: Drawing on Italy
From june 14 to september 1 2002
Between 1600 and 1608, Rubens spent enormously formative and influential periods in Italy. This exhibition explores the ways in which he studied, copied and adapted the work of Italian artists, and brings together a range of material [...]
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The Renwick Invitational: Four Discoveries in Craft
From june 14 to october 14 2002
The exhibition highlights the work of four artists: James Koehler, a tapestry weaver in Santa Fe, N.M.; Gyongy Laky, a basket maker and fiber artist in San Francisco; Kristina Logan, a lampwork glass artist in Portsmouth, N.H.; and Kim Rawdin, [...]
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Wallflowers Large-Format Photographs
From june 14 to september 15 2002
Around 50 works are shown in the 1400 square metres of the main exhibition room, demonstrating something of the diversity in the photography of contemporary artists, among which Jean-Marc Bustamante, Andreas Gursky, Beat Streuli and Jane [...]
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The Human Factor: Figuration in Contemporary American art.
From june 14 to august 11 2002
The Human Factor presents 49 works of art that survey the recurring use of the human figure in painting, sculpture, and print media from the 1950s to the present.
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Richard Hamilton. Imaging Ulysses
From june 13 to september 15 2002
The exhibition focuses on a series of drawings, etchings and digital prints by Richard Hamilton, intended to illustrate James Joyce's novel Ulysses
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Lithographs of James McNeill Whistler from the Collection of Steven Block
From june 13 to july 28 2002
The exhibit features over 80 lithographs of the British artist, generally known for his fine painted portraits and landscapes. Some rare colored lithographs are also on view.
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RA Schools Show
From june 13 to 24 2002
An opportunity to view new work by emerging artists - who have completed their three year diploma at RA School - including painting, sculpture, printmaking and multimedia.
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Soon Come: Contemporary Jamaican Art
From june 13 to july 28 2002
A panorama of the contemporary Jamaican art through works by 20 artists.
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Banaras : The Luminous City
From june 11 to august 18 2002
Through 19th century and contemporary photographs, the exhibition focuses on the historical, religious and cultural significance of this most important of Indian cities.
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AChild's Garland of Songs: Music for and by Children
From june 11 to september 1 2002
Drawing on the Morgan Library's important collection of children's literature and a recently acquired collection of musical juvenilia comprises music manuscripts, printed songbooks, and pictures of young musicians.
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Ed Hamilton, From the Other Side
From june 11 to december 29 2002
Best know for his monuments, which not only represent the heroic struggle against slavery, but also celebrate African-American pride, Ed Hamilton (American, born 1947) has another, more poetic side. From the Other Side looks at this [...]
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Presentation of the photographical works acquired by the Nation and the city of Paris during the Viollet- Le- Duc and James sales
From june 11 to august 28 2002
A selection of 44 works, including 1850s architecture views from the Viollet- Le- Duc Collection...
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Summer Exhibition 2002
From june 11 to august 19 2002
One of the largest contemporary art exhibition in the world - some 1000 works are on show - focuses this year on sculpture and include works by Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, Richard Long and Marc Quinn.
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APersonal Journey : Central African Art from the Collection of Lawrence Gussman
From june 9 to august 14 2002
Lawrence Gussman was actively involved with charitable works in central Africa for more than 30 years. During his visits he specialized in collecting central African Art. 75 objects that represent 30 African cultures are included in the exhibition.
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The time when European princesses used to embroidered... Canvas embroidery from 1570 to 1610
From june 9 2002 to march 9 2003
Everyone pick up the crochet needles, alnnd take a trip through time to the one when princesses embroidered...and discover, through the museum's superb collections rarely exhibited for conservation reasons, the techniques of needle [...]
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Sacred Sites: Silk Road Photographs by Kenro Izu
From june 9 2002 to january 5 2003
This exhibition brings together approximately 27 images by Japanese photographer Kenro Izu focusing on sacred sites in western China, Ladakh, and the Tibetan plateau located along the historic silk trading road Japanese.
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Frank Moore: Green Thumb in a Dark Eden
From june 8 to july 28 2002
The exhibition includes both paintings and works on paper that focus on various aspects of the garden and its dark double, the anti-garden. According to Moore, gardens speak to the human need for spaces that are controlled, productive, [...]
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Jose Clemente Orozco in the United States, 1927-1934
From june 8 to december 15 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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Out of Place : Contemporary Art and the Architectural uncanny
From june 8 to september 8 2002
Ten artists work to turn familiar interior and exterior spaces into unfamiliar and disturbing places : Sam Durant, Doug Ischar, Joachim Koester, Paul Pfeiffer, Jane and Louise Wilson.
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The Walters Prize
From june 8 to august 25 2002
An exhibition of the four bodies of work of the finalists selected for this newly established national prize.
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Origins of Chinese Civilization - Cultural Relics from Henan Province
From june 7 to september 8 2002
A selection of archaeological discoveries reveal the splendid cultures and artistic achievements of the Henan province.
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Donald Judd, untitled, untitled, untitled
From june 7 to august 4 2002
American artist Donald Judd ( 1928-1994 ), titled his sculptures Untitled wishing to emphasize that they are spesific objects devoid of any external meaning
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Abstract advanced guards, about 1950
From june 6 to july 27 2002
The Arnoux gallery honours the abstract "advanced guards" about 1950. This artistic motion was often unknown. The exhibition shows this pictorial motion, maybe the last artistic event over the past 150 years, through figures as J. Germain [...]
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Manfred Bischoff
From june 6 to september 22 2002
Working primarily in high-karat gold, coral, jade and other precious stones, German artist Manfred Bischoff creates individual objects that are miniature sculptures. Some of his preparatory drawings are featured alongside the completed [...]
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David to Cézanne: 19th Century French Drawings
From june 6 to september 8 2002
Nearly 100 drawings are on view. The exhibition begins with a few examples by 18th century artists such as David, Girodet, Pierre-Narcisse Guérin and includes Degas as well as examples of later impressionist and symbolist painters, [...]
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ALove Affair with Line: Drawings by Al Hirschfeld
From june 6 to september 8 2002
This retrospective exhibition that celebrates the draftsman's extraordinary career.
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Gilbert & George. The Dirty Words Pictures, 1977
From june 6 to september 1 2002
The Dirty Words Pictures, 1977 juxtapose graffiti-ed swear words and slogans with disturbing images of urban life. Originally exhibited in three groups in Amsterdam, Düsseldorf and New York in 1977 and 1978, all 26 pictures are brought [...]
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Surface Tension: Works by Anselm Kiefer from the Broad Collections and the Harvard University Art Museums
From june 6 to october 6 2002
Nine photographically based works from the 1980s by Anselm Kiefer are brought together.
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Herzfeld in Samarra
From june 5 2002 to january 5 2003
Ernst Emile Herzfeld, was one of the most prominent archaeologists and scholars of Islamic art of the first half of the 20th century. Sketchbooks, travel journals, watercolors and ink drawings, site maps and photographs are included, [...]
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Monumental Arman
From june 5 to july 10 2002
Arman shows about ten sculptures and drawings. The title is Racine carrée de fragments, and the Arman's work has been carved in black marble. The simple forms confers on his work a feeling of immoderation
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Bill Viola: Something Above, Beyond, Below, Beneath
From june 4 to september 15 2002
A selection of works by Bill Viola.
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Summer Selections: Scenes and Citizens of the Early Republic in Watercolor
From june 4 to september 8 2002
Coincident with the Metropolitan Museum’s venue of Thomas Eakins, the second annual installation of Summer Selections will feature some 50 watercolors by Pavel Petrovitch Svinin and John Lewis Krimmel, two artists active in Philadelphia, [...]
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Out of the Ordinary: The Architecture and Design of Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown and associates
From june 2 to september 8 2002
Exhibition displaying a wealth of unseen documents : works from the last thirty years, sketches from Venturi, Brown,and Associates, an achitects' group that changed modern visual culture.
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The Vincent 2002
From june 2 to october 6 2002
Winner of the second edition of The Vincent Van Gogh bi-annual award for contemporary art in Europe, Néo Rauch features schematic human figures in settings which seem utopian and familiar at the same time, thus creating haunting images [...]
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Alfred Stieglitz : known and unknown
From june 2 to september 2 2002
This exhibition brings together 102 of Stieglitz's (1864-1946) photographs, many never before exhibited or published. It emphasizes his lesser-known photographs and places them in context of some of his most celebrated images.
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When Philip met Isabella: Philip Treacy's hats for Isabella Blow
From june 1 to october 27 2002
Philip Treacy is considered the master of modern hat-making. Many of Treacy's finest, most fantastical hats were designed for his friend, the fashion stylist, Isabella Blow. Dozens of spectacular hats tell the story of this remarkable [...]
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Matières de rêves: Stuff of Dreams from the Paris Musée des Arts Décoratifs
From june 1 to august 11 2002
About 100 masterpieces of French design - silver, ivory, porcelain, glass, jewelry, and furniture - dating from the Middle Ages to the present are brought together, all drawn from the Paris Musée des Arts Décoratifs.
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Synthetic
From june 1 to july 20 2002
Works by Craig Fisher, Katharina Grosse, Michel Huelin, Michael Lin & Miss China, LOT / EK, Ana Prada, Shirley Tse.
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Nudes by Penn
From june 1 to october 6 2002
Famous for portraiture, still life, and fashion work, Irving Penn is less well known as a superb photographer of the female nude. His most important nudes were made more than 50 years ago with models closer to Titian's or Rubens’s [...]
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A Brush with History : Paintings from the National Portrait Gallery
From june 1 to august 11 2002
Drawn from the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, 75 works reveal the often complex relationships among the artist the subject and the patron. Works by John Smibert, Thomas Hart Benton ou encore Andy Warhol.
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The Earl and the Pussycat: Lord Derby's Life and Legacy
From june 1 to september 8 2002
Zoological specimens gathered by the 13th Earl of Derby formed the foundation of the Liverpool Museum. They also had a gread influence on his contemporaries: the naturalist Stanley and the artist Lear.
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The Mount Sinaï Hospital, 1852-2002. Extraordinary People, Extraordinary Medicine
From june 1 to october 6 2002
Over the past 150 years, The Mount Sinai Hospital has played a significant role in the fabric of New York City - in the medical community and beyond. Archives and photographs span the history of the institution.
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Sheldon at Joslyn: Favorites from the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery
From june 1 to september 1 2002
During the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery's closure for renovation, the Joslyn Art Museum exhibits a selection of 30 works from its collection by American painter, such as Albert Bierstadt, Stuart Davis, Georgia O'Keeffe, as well as a few European [...]
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Splendors of Imperial Japan: Arts of the Meiji Period from the Khalili Collection
From june 1 to september 22 2002
About 400 masterpieces span the brilliant Meiji Period (1868-1912).
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Edward Weston
From june 1 to august 18 2002
Over 140 vintage images are on view. Edward Weston's (1886-1958) works are juxtaposed with paintings and photographs by other modern artists of the period who Weston knew and/or admired.
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