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Made in USA: American Art from the Phillips Collection

22 November - 16 January 2011. This selection of paintings from the Phillips Collection of Washington D.C. constitutes a comprehensive snapshot of the history of American art from the mid-19th to mid-...
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Impressionist Gardens

16 November - 13 February 2011. Impressionist Gardens is a comprehensive exhibition of garden paintings from the mid-19th to the early 20th century and includes work by Delacroix, Corot and Courbet, K...
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Hans-Peter Feldmann: An Art Exhibition

22 September - 28 February 2011. Born in 1941, Hans-Peter Feldmann grew up in post-war Germany in a world largely devoid of images. As a result he became fascinated by the escapism offered to him by i...
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Carlos Garaicoa: End of Silence

25 September - 7 November 2010. Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa's work involves a dialogue between cities and their architecture. Born in 1967, Garaicoa presents new ways of interpreting urban society an...
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View of Toledo

2 July - 1 Nov 2009. Due to the refurbishment of the Museo del Greco in Toledo, one of El Greco's most famous paintings, 'View of Toledo' is to be housed in Madrid's Prado Museum. Born on the island o...
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Roger and Gallet: The Art of Perfume

30 June - 3 October 2010. The Roger and Gallet story began in 1862, the year in which Armand Roger and Charles Gallet took over the brand established in 1806 by Jean Marie Farina, a descendant of the...
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The Golden Age of Haute-Couture

16 July - 28 November 2010. Madrid's Garment Museum presents The Golden Age of Haute-Couture, an exhibition celebrating Spain's greatest years of high fashion design, from 1920 - 1980. The source...
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Willem de Pannemaker: The Mercury Series

1 June - 26 September 2010. Regarded as one of the greatest weavers of the Flemish Renaissance, Willem de Pannemaker was known to have been most active between 1535 and 1581. Born into Belgium's l...
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Domenico Ghirlandaio: Portrait of Giovanna Tornabuoni

22 June - 10 October 210. This exhibition examines the artistic techniques used in Renaissance Florence during the 15th century. Quattrocento Florentine portraits feature seated models, in profile...
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Mixed Use, Manhattan: Photography and Related Practices 1970s to the present

10 June - 27 September 2010. This exhibition focuses on the powerful impact that photography can have on a city such as New York. In modern society, carefully composed photographs have the power t...
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FotoPres la Caixa

24 March - 22 August. Created in 1982 to pay homage to photojournalism, the Photography Contest of the Spanish Press is now in its 19th year. This year its themes include the issues of war, gender...
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Dinosaurs of the Gobi

23 March 2010 - 11 January 2011. In 1920, pioneering archaeologist Roy Chapman Andrews dismissed warnings of sandstorms, civil wars and armed bandits, as well as derision from his peers, and forged ah...
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Los Angeles Invisibles

Until 2 May 2010. Julius Shulman (1910
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Miquel Barceló: 1983-2009. La Solitude Organisative

11 February - 13 June 2010. The career of Majorcan artist Miquel Barcelel
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Monet and Abstraction

23 February - 30 May 2010. Focusing on Monet's post-World War II catalogue of work, this exhibition examines the important influence that the artist had on the development of 20th century abstraction....
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Dutch Artists at the Prado

1 December 2009 - 1 April 2010. From still life and portraits to winter landscapes and seascapes, all the characteristic genres of the Dutch school of painting are presented at the Museo Nacional del...
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León Ferrari and Mira Schendel: The furious alphabet

25 November 2009 - 1 March 2010. Swiss artist Mira Schendel (1919-1988) and Argentinian artist Le
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Tears of Eros

20 October 2009 - 31 January 2010. Comprising European sculpture and paintings from the 19th century which represent figures and scenes from classical mythology, this exhibition takes its name from th...
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Francesco Lo Savio

14 October 2009 - 11 January 2010. Although Roman artist Francesco Lo Savio lived a short life, his artistic legacy is phenomenal. The prolific career of Lo Savio (1935-1963) remains remarkable due to...
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Fantin-Latour: Painter of Intimate Worlds

29 September 2009 - 10 January 2010. Born in Grenoble, France, the artist Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904) was a contemporary of impressionist pioneers such as Degas and Manet. Despite a similarity in...


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