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From Byzantium to Istanbul, One Port for Two Continents

23 September 2009 - 4 January 2010. Due to its strategic location as a port between two continents, the city of Byzantium, later christened Constantinople and then Istanbul, has long been a cultural c...
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Ron Arad. No discipline.

20 Nov 2008-16 Mar 2009. A major retrospective is dedicated to Ron Arad, outstanding Israeli-born, industrial designer and architect who lives in London. On display are some of his emblematic works, s...
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The subversion of images, Surrealism, photography, film

23 September 2009 - 11 January 2010. All is definitely not as it seems. This surreal exhibition unites the greats of Surrealism, but rather than celebrate their paintings, it concentrates on their exp...
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Hommages à Toulouse-Lautrec affichiste

18 June 2009 − 3 January 2010. Henri Toulouse-Lautrec is famous for his prolific output of iconic post-impressionist paintings and posters, lithographs and art-nouveau illustrations, almost all...
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Photoquai Biennale

22 Sept-22 Nov 2009. Photoquai, the Biennale of World Images, features photography from over 40 non-Western countries. The festival continues the fundamental mission of Photoquai, namely 'to devel...
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Louis XIV: l'homme et le roi

19 Oct 2009 - 7 Feb 2010. Known as the 'sun king', Louis XIV was, by any standards, a colourful character. "L
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Xavier Veilhan at Versailles

13 September - 13 December 2009. Modernist artworks by Parisian artist Xavier Veilhan is an unlikely exhibition to find in the cobbled courtyards of the famous ch
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16 June-27 September 2009. This exhibition documents the origin of the fictitious but popular character of Tarzan. Created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan has been the subject of countless cinematic r...
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Musique en jouets

25 June-8 Nov 2009. Tonnes of toys of the vintage and musical variety abound in this eclectic exhibition suited to children and nostalgic adults. The Toy Gallery is festooned with flutes, trumpets, wo...
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Philippe Parreno at the Centre Pompidou

3 June - 7 September 2009. The Centre Pompidou hosts a retrospective of Philippe Parreno's work. Working closely with the gallery, the artist has come up with a "journey through time," a self analytic...
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Voir l

07 April-19 July 2009. Photos and paintings of Italy in the decades from the 1840s to the unification of the nation. Early photos are displayed alongside paintings of the same view, but then photogra...
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Gates of Heaven at the Louvre

6 March - 29 June 2009. The title of this exhibition refers to the doors of sacred shrines which held statues of ancient Egyptian gods. Egyptians likened death to reincarnation, believing that death w...
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La Force de l'art 02.

24 April - 1 June 2009. La Force de l'Art 02, produced by the Etablissement Public du Grand Palais, is the second phase of a major trienial exhibition focusing on French contemporary art. This importa...
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One Image May Hide Another - Dali, Arcimboldo, Raetz.

8 April - 6 July 2009. Are double meanings in art merely fortuitous apparitions or are they deliberate artistic creations? This exhibition seeks to provide some anwers as it delves deep into the ofte...
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Kandinsky at the Centre Pompidou

8 April - 10 August 2009. Russian-born Wassily Kandinsky was one of the 20th century's most important artists. Known by some as the "inventor of abstraction" he is more correctly acknowledged by many...
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The World of Andy Warhol.

18 Mar-13 Jul 2009. From 1962 to his death in 1987, Andy Warhol painted dozens of portraits of the famous and not-so-famous using his now celebrated style of bright colour-highlighting and multiple im...
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Filippo and Filippino Lippi: The Renaissance in Prato.

25 Mar-2 Aug 2009. This unique exhibition at the Mus
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Rodin and sculpture in Paris.

10 March-31 May 2009. At the beginning of the 20th century, many young European artists sought to free themselves from the all-pervasive influence of the hitherto undisputed master sculptor Auguste Ro...
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De Chirico at the Musée d’Art Moderne.

13 Feb-24 May 2009. The diverse artistic styles of Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978) are on show in this extensive retrospective at the Mus


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