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Safety, Speed, Comfort. Exquisite Vintage Travel posters 1920-1950

Exhibition in design gallery ZEITLOS – BERLIN from 13 October to 9 December 2012 On 13 October, on the occasion of Design Meile, the design gallery ZEITLOS – BERLIN opens an exhibition of...
Dublin What's on

Jack of all Trades

28 July - 2 December. Ireland's National Gallery offers an insight into a little-known but important aspect of the career of celebrated Irish oil painter Jack B. Yeats. On show are 63 of the arti...
Copenhagen What's on

New Nordic Architecture & Identity

29 June - 1 October. As part of the Louisiana's series of events focusing on architecture, identity and culture, this exhibition highlights how identities and cultures are reflected in contemporary...
Vienna What's on

Gedi Sibony

22 June - 15 September. The work of New York-based artist Gedi Sibony is the focus of an exhibition at Galerie Meyer Kainer. Sibony's installations feature household fixtures such as doors, curta...
Copenhagen What's on

French Masterpieces

15 June - 2 Jun 2013. The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek presents a year-long exhibition of its French paintings which includes northern Europe's finest Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collection. T...
Madrid What's on

Edward Hopper

12 June - 16 September. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid holds the biggest body of works by Edward Hopper (1882-1967) outside his native United States and, bolstered by loans of his work fro...
Amsterdam What's on

Impressionism: Sensation & Inspiration

16 June - 13 January 2013. The Hermitage Amsterdam presents an exhibition featuring a large selection of well-known Impressionist paintings, drawings and sculpture from the collection of the State...
Brussels What's on

Un-Scene II

21 June -  26 August. This exhibition at WIELS comprises the work of 12 young Brussels-based artists, offering a picture of what shapes and drives creativity in contemporary Belgium. The ari...
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21 June - 16 September. This exhibition at the Espace culturel Louis Vuitton unites the work of 11 artists of different nationalities, all of whom responded in various ways to the concept of turbul...
Dublin What's on

Revolutionary States: Home Rule & Modern Ireland

24 May - 21 October. 100 years ago an act passed by the British parliament made provision for self-government in Ireland, within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. However due to th...
Berlin What's on

Diane Arbus

22 June - 23 September. The Martin-Gropius-Bau presents a selection of 200 photographs by renowned New York photographer Diane Arbus (1923-1971). The artist's bold style which often rendered exotic...
Vienna What's on

Art and Wine

5 June - 2 September. Through the display of 100 items, the exhibition Art and Wine traces the impact of wine on the fine arts over the centuries. In ancient Greece and Rome wine was associated with...
Paris What's on

Gerhard Richter: Panorama

6 June - 24 September. The Centre Pompidou presents an exhibition of works by painter Gerhard Richter, one of the world's most important living artists, on the occasion of his 80th year. The 160 pie...
Madrid What's on

James Coleman

25 April - 27 August. A comprehensive retrospective from the last four decades of the career of James Coleman, an Irish artist concerned with perception, representation, memory and identity. Usin...
Berlin What's on

Creators of Berlin: 775 Portraits

18 April - 28 October. As part of the capital's 775th birthday celebrations, this exhibition presents 75 portraits of Berlin's key historical figures alongside 700 contemporary Berlin faces who hav...
Amsterdam What's on

Pure luxury on paper

8 May - 9 July. The Rijksmuseum presents an exhibition of 30 Japanese prints which exude luxury and are noted for their delicate and technically-precise depictions of Japanese women. The works are...
Barcelona What's on

Goya: Lights and Shadows

16 March - 24 June. An exhibition at CaixaForum offers a chronological overview of the work of Spanish romantic painter Francisco Goya (1746-1828) and features almost 100 pieces. Regarded as the las...
Copenhagen What's on

German World Images 1890-1939: from Kollwitz to Nolde

20 April - 12 August. The Statens Museum for Kunst focuses on the period in German art history that ushered in Modernism, with an exhibition that presents more than 70 drawings, watercolours and graph...
Madrid What's on

The Art of Piranesi

24 April - 9 September. Caixaforum Madrid hosts a major exhibition dedicated to the work of Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778), one of the most important artists of the 18th century. The show i...


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