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October 2018

Max Beckmann. The Barbara Göpel Bequest

25 October, 2018
Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden – Kupferstich-Kabinett (Cabinet of Prints and Drawings), Matthäikirchplatz
Berlin, 10785 Germany
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Max Beckmann

In March 2018 the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin received a generous bequest from art historian Barbara Malwine Auguste Göpel (1922–2017. The bequest, consisting of two paintings, 46 drawings and 52 prints by Max Beckmann along with a painting by Hans Purrmann. The works by Max Beckmann that have entered the collections of the Nationalgalerie and the Kupferstichkabinett will now be presented to the public for the very first time in a special exhibition. The show also addresses the provenance of…

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November 2018


5 November, 2018
The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square,
London, WC2N 5DN United Kingdom
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“Lotto was the first Italian painter who was sensitive to the varying status of the human soul. Never before or since has anyone brought out on the face more of the inner life….” Bernard Berenson, art historian, 1895 In autumn 2018 the National Gallery will stage the first-ever exhibition of portraits by the Italian Renaissance artist Lorenzo Lotto (1480–1557). Lorenzo Lotto Portraits will bring together many of Lotto’s best portraits spanning his entire career from collections around the world. These…

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Klimt and Schiele

Klimt and Schiele: Drawings from the Albertina Museum, Vienna

8 November, 2018
Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Picadilly
London, W1J 0BD United Kingdom
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2018 marks the centenary of the deaths of two of the most celebrated and pioneering figures of early twentieth-century art: Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) and Egon Schiele (1890-1918). Klimt and Schiele: Drawings from the Albertina Museum, Vienna, will be the first exhibition in the UK to focus on the fundamental importance of drawing for both artists, from the origins of their academic training to their unconventional explorations of the human figure expressed through line. For Klimt and Schiele, two of Austria’s most famous artists, drawing emerged…

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Oskar Kokoschka His Prints in the Context of Its Time

10 November, 2018
Museum der Moderne Salzburg – Mönchsberg, Mönchsberg 32
Salzburg , 5020 Austria
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Oskar Kokoschka

Encompassing over five-hundred works, the printed oeuvre of Oskar Kokoschka (1886 Pöchlarn, AT—1980 Montreux, CH) is a centerpiece of the collections of the Museum der Moderne Salzburg. Save for a few exceptions, the museum has a complete set of Oscar Kokoschka's prints. Oscar Kokoschka: his works, after many years in storage, will be on display in a comprehensive exhibition at the Museum der Moderne Salzburg, the first such presentation to place the various cycles in their socio-political contexts in history.…

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The Purpose and Power of Jewelry, an exhibition at The Met

12 November, 2018

What is jewelry? Why do we wear it? What meanings does it convey? Opening November 12 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the exhibition Jewelry: The Body Transformed will traverse time and space to explore how jewelry acts upon and activates the body it adorns. This global conversation about jewelry,  one of the most personal and universal of art forms, brings together some 230 objects drawn almost exclusively from The Met collection. A dazzling array of headdresses and ear ornaments,…

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PERGAMON. Masterpieces from the Ancient Metropolis with a 360° Panorama by Yadegar Asisi

17 November, 2018

In the temporary exhibition building Pergamonmuseum. The Panorama opposite the Bode-Museum, the exhibition project PERGAMON. Masterpieces from the Ancient Metropolis with a 360° Panorama by Yadegar Asisi will present highlights from the Antikensammlung’s holdings as well as a completely revised panorama by Yadegar Asisi. The unique partnership that took place in 2011/2012 between the Antikensammlung of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and artist Yadegar Asisi is set to continue from 17 November 2018. The immersive effect of Asisi’s panorama, together with 80 ancient sculptures…

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Warhol and Paolozzi Star in New Show at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

19 November, 2018
National Galleries Scotland – Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, 75 Belford Road
Edinburgh, EH4 3DR United Kingdom
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Warhol Paolozzi

ANDY WARHOL AND EDUARDO PAOLOZZI | I WANT TO BE A MACHINE Pop Art giants Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987) and Eduardo Paolozzi (1924 - 2005) burst into the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art this autumn with an exhibition exploring their mutual fascination for automation, machines and mechanical processes. Running from 17 November 2018 to 2 June 2019, Andy Warhol and Eduardo Paolozzi | I Want to be a Machine will consist of two parallel displays devoted to each artist, examining the development of their work from…

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Pollock to Herrera: Abstract Expressionism to Open at The Met Breuer

28 November, 2018
The Met Breuer, 945 Madison Avenue
New York, NY , NY 10021 United States
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Exhibition Dates: Opening November 28, 2018 Exhibition Location: The Met Breuer, Floor 2 Press Preview: Monday, November 26, 10 am–noon Opening November 28 at The Met Breuer, Epic Abstraction: Pollock to Herrera begins in the 1940s and extends into the 21st century to explore large-scale abstract painting, sculpture, and assemblage through more than 40 works from The Met collection, a selection of loans, and never-before-seen promised gifts and new acquisitions. Enhanced in the setting of Marcel Breuer's 1966 modernist architectural masterpiece, icons…

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Bonnefanten Presents Extensive Solo Exhibition by David Lynch

30 November, 2018
David Lynch in his studio, 2018, photo Michael Barile

From 30 November, the Bonnefantenmuseum is presenting the extensive retrospective Someone is in my House, by the American artist David Lynch. Although David Lynch is undoubtedly a pivotal figure in the international film and TV world, his work as a visual artist is not nearly as well-known. This is strange, to say the least, as David Lynch has always stressed that he sees himself primarily as a visual artist; a visual artist who came into contact with the medium of film…

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December 2018

M.C. Escher and nendo: a blockbuster exhibition arrives to Australia

2 December, 2018
National Gallery of Victoria, 180 St Kilda Road
Melbourne, VIC 3004 Australia
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The world-premiere exhibition Between Two Worlds | Escher X nendo is the centrepiece of the National Gallery of Victoria’s Spring/Summer 2018/19 season. Featuring more than 160 extraordinary prints and drawings by Dutch artist M.C. Escher, presented in an immersive environment created by acclaimed Japanese design studio nendo, this exhibition intertwines the worlds of both artist and designer in a masterful and enigmatic visual presentation. Drawn from the world’s largest collection of Escher’s work in the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, this…

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Kunsthaus Zürich presents: Oskar Kokoschka, retrospective

15 December, 2018
Kunsthaus Zurich, Museum Heimplatz 1
Zürich, 8001 Switzerland
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Oskar Kokoschka

Until March 10, 2019 the Kunsthaus Zürich presents Oskar Kokoschka – Expressionist, migrant and pacifist – in the first retrospective of the artist's work in Switzerland for 30 years. The highlight among the 200 exhibits is the Oskar Kokoscha monumental triptych ‘Prometheus’, which has never before been seen in Switzerland. Oskar Kokoschka (1886–1980) is, along with Francis Picabia and Pablo Picasso, one of a generation of artists who retained their allegiance to figurative painting after the Second World War, even as abstract art was consolidating its predominance.…

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Epic Abstraction: Pollock to Herrera

17 December, 2018
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Ave at 82nd Street
New York, 1028 United States
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Opening December 17 at The Met Fifth Avenue, Epic Abstraction: Pollock to Herrera begins in the 1940s and extends into the 21st century to explore large-scale abstract painting, sculpture, and assemblage through more than 50 works from The Met collection, a selection of loans, and promised gifts and new acquisitions. Iconic works from The Met collection, such as Jackson Pollock’s classic “drip” painting Autumn Rhythm (1950) and Louise Nevelson’s monumental Mrs. N’s Palace (1964–77) will be shown in conversation with…

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January 2019

J.M.W.Turner in January: the Vaughan Bequest at the Scottish National Gallery

1 January, 2019
National Galleries of Scotland, National Galleries of Scotland 75 Belford Road
Edinburgh, EH4 3DR United Kingdom
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2019 will begin at the National Galleries of Scotland, as it does every year, with a wonderful tradition: the opening of Turner in January. The exhibition is devoted to the outstanding collection of J.M.W.Turner watercolours bequeathed in 1900 by Henry Vaughan (1809-1899) and supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery for the seventh year. This year, another outstanding Turner watercolour from the NGS collection will also be on show. Bell Rock Lighthouse was commissioned 200 years ago by the lighthouse engineer…

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Robert Mapplethorpe and His Impact on Contemporary Photography

25 January, 2019
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Ave at 89th St
New York, 10128 United States
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Robert Mapplethorpe

Yearlong Exhibition in Two Parts Celebrates Robert Mapplethorpe's  Sustained Legacy Robert Mapplethorpe will be, once again, one of the protagonists of the 2019 art scenery: the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum will present a yearlong exhibition conceived in two sequential parts, honouring the groundbreaking work and sustained legacy of Robert Mapplethorpe (1946–1989), one of the most critically acclaimed yet controversial American artists of the late twentieth century. The Guggenheim Museum holds one of the most comprehensive public repositories of the work…

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February 2019

British painting: from Turner to Whistler (and the Pre-Raphaelites)

1 February, 2019
Fondation de l’Hermitage United States + Google Map
British painting

The Fondation de l’Hermitage presents an exhibition devoted to British painting from Turner to Whistler, taking in the Pre Raphaelites. Nearly 60 artworks, on loan from the most prestigious collections in the United Kingdom and shown in Switzerland for the first time, offer an unrivalled survey of British painting produced during the golden age of the British Empire, highlighting its captivating originality. Alongside Turner, whose dazzling oeuvre anticipated Impressionism, the exhibition pays tribute to artists who won renown through landscape…

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