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Pharaoh of the Two Lands

Paris, France

The Louvre

Opened 28 Apr 2022

Until 25 Jul 2022

Cindy Sherman 1977 - 1982

New York, USA

Hauser & Wirth

Opened 4 May 2022

Until 29 Jul 2022

Raphael

London, UK

The National Gallery

Opened 20 May 2022

Until 31 Jul 2022

Jean Dubuffet, Ardent Celebration

Bilbao, Spain

Guggenheim Bilbao

Opened 25 Feb 2022

Until 21 Aug 2022

Radical Landscapes

Liverpool, UK

Tate Liverpool

Opened 5 May 2022

Until 4 Sep 2022

Rodin's Hands

Philadelphia, USA

The Rodin Museum

Opened 4 Feb 2021

Until 31 Dec 2023

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Alphonse Mucha

They were everywhere in the nineteenth century: ornate illustrations of elegant women surrounded by stylised flowers and flamboyant swirling lines. Seven years after Czech artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) arrived in Paris he became world-famous overnight with his poster Gismonda (1894), designed for theatre superstar Sarah Bernhardt. Le style Mucha soon became synonymous with Art Nouveau, the modern art movement that came to define the look of the French capital. This exhibition features a large selection of the work that made Alphonse Mucha so famous, alongside items from Kunstmuseum Den Haag’s own collection of colourful glass and spectacular costumes from the late nineteenth century, to give a unique impression of Mucha’s Paris – the place where it all began.

 

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The Hague, Netherlands

Kunstmuseum den Haag

Opened 5 Feb 2022

Until 3 Jul 2022

Eileen Mayo, A Natural History

The work of multi-skilled painter, printmaker, illustrator and tapestry designer Eileen Mayo (1906-1994) is celebrated in this solo exhibition; her first in the UK. Despite her exceptional skills, Mayo remains largely unknown in the United Kingdom. She was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire just before she died in 1994, but her work is far more widely celebrated, exhibited and collected in New Zealand, where she had relocated in 1962 (following ten years in Australia), and where she spent the remainder of her life. Mayo's rare ability to combine knowledge and understanding of nature with a skill at representing it across a wide range of media - including illustration, books, prints, paintings, tapestries, murals, posters, stamps and coins, as well as through her own writing - will be showcased to the public through this exhibition.

 

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Eastbourne, UK

Towner Eastbourne

Opened 12 Feb 2022

Until 3 Jul 2022

Scottish Women Artists Transforming Tradition

This exhibition presents fifty engaging works, which address a wide and eclectic range of themes. Scottish Women Artists focuses on paintings, drawings, assemblages and photography that explore human relationships, encounters with places, structural forms and recognisable objects. Scottish Women Artists Transforming Tradition brings together exciting historical, modern and contemporary works from the Fleming Collection that span over one hundred years of social transformation, innovation and individualism.

 

 

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Norwich, UK

Sainsbury Centre

Opened 9 Apr 2022

Until 3 Jul 2022

A Superb Baroque: Art in Genoa, 1600-1700

Five centuries ago trade and banking transformed the Mediterranean port city of Genoa into a cosmopolitan center of wealth and culture.With over 120 objects produced in Genoa between 1600-1700, A Superb Baroque presents the grandeur of 17th-century Genoa.The newly rich, eager to display their prosperity, invested in constructing and decorating churches, chapels, and palaces. Attracted by lucrative commissions, Rubens, Van Dyck, and other leading painters across Europe swarmed to Genoa. There, they joined local artists in utilizing the opulent baroque style to create the splendid paintings, sculptures, and works on paper seen in this exhibition.

 

Closing soon

Rome, Italy

Scuderie del Quirinale

Opened 26 Mar 2022

Until 3 Jul 2022

L’art de la fête à la cour des Valois

During the Renaissance, the sumptuous feasts of the Valois kings left their mark on the spirits of their people with their magnificence. They were held in the palaces of the Louvre, the Tuileries, Chenonceau and Fontainebleau. Featuring a vast set of loans from globally renowned institutions such as Uffizi Gallery, the Pitti Palace and the MET in New York, this exhibition will focus on court festivities held during the reigns of Francis I until Henry III. Objects on display will include paintings, drawings, tapestries, parade weapons, costume and set designs and commemorative booklets.

Closing soon

Fontainebleau, France

Chateau de Fontainebleau

Opened 10 Apr 2022

Until 4 Jul 2022

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