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Goudemalion, sa vie, son

11 November - 18 March. Les Arts D
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Cézanne and Paris

12 October - 26 February. An exhibition at the Mus
Brussels What's on

77 years of Romanian Comics

25 October - 20 May. The work of underground Romanian comic strip artists who worked behind the Iron Curtain is only now being evaluated collectively. It is only since the relatively recent fall o...
Vienna What's on

Winter Wonderland: Depictions of winter in European art from Bruegel to Beuys

18 October - 8 January. An exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum explores the influence of winter on European art from the late Middle Ages to the present day, from Pieter Bruegel the Elder to Jo...
Amsterdam What's on

The Tale of the Whale: from sea monster to endangered species

Until 31 Dec. The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam presents an exhibition that examines the whale's transformation in the eyes of humans, from sea monster, to prey, to endangered species. In t...
Dublin What's on

The Gift of Knowledge: Enriching the Library and Archive Collections

Until 15 December. An exhibition of archive material from the Sir Denis Mahon collection recently bequeathed to the National Gallery of Ireland is on display. Featured in the exhibition is an earl...
Paris What's on

Spain across two Centuries: From Zuloaga to Picasso (1890-1920)

7 October - 9 January. This exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of the most influential artists and trends in Spanish art from the late 19th century to the early 20th. The museum highlights...
Brussels What's on

Jordaens and the Antique

12 Oct - 27 Jan 2013. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium are staging a major exhibition of Jacob Jordaens and the classical antique sources of his work, to be followed by a second show at the F...
Amsterdam What's on

Talent 2011

14 October - 15 December. The work of the 15 winners of Foam's annual photography competition Talent 2011 is presented in an exhibition format for the first time. Reflecting the current trends and...
Dublin What's on

Small Lives

Until June 2012. An exhibition of images of childhood in Ireland from 1880 to the 1970s is on show at the National Photographic Archive in Dublin's central Temple Bar district. The predominantly b...
Madrid What's on

Architectural Paintings

18 October-22 January 2012. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum presents an exhibition of architectural paintings dating from the 14th to the 18th centuries. The common thread between the paintings is t...
London What's on

Gerhard Richter: Panorama

6 October - 8 January 2012. The Tate Modern is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the work of Gerhard Richter, one of the world's most important living artists, on the occasion of his 80th year. S...
Vienna What's on

Angelo Soliman: An African in Vienna

29 September - 29 January 2012. Angelo Soliman (1721-1796) achieved great fame after his death, as the "mummified Moor" or "stuffed savage
Oxford What's on

Claude Lorrain: The Enchanted Landscape

6 October-8 January 2012. The Ashmolean stages a major exhibition dedicated to master landscape artist Claude Gell
London What's on

Degas and the Ballet: Picturing Movement

17 September-11 December. The Royal Academy hosts a major exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, pastels, drawings, prints and photographs by leading Impressionist figure Edgar Degas. Compr...
Berlin What's on

Side by Side: Poland - Germany

23 September-9 January 2012. This major exhibition explores the complex relationship between Germany and Poland. Through the display of mediaeval manuscripts and contemporary artwork it depicts hu...
Barcelona What's on

Sagnier's Modernism

14 September-8 January 2012. This exhibition is dedicated to the Barcelona architect Eric Sagnier 1858
Copenhagen What's on

Entropia

10 September - 23 October. Entitled Entropia, this photographic exhibition at the Dansk Arkitektur Center documents the architectural and urban development of Copenhagen in recent years, as seen throu...
Paris What's on

Beauty, Morals and Voluptuousness in the England of Oscar Wilde

13 September-15 January 2012. This exhibition explores the British aesthetic movement in the second half of the 19th century. The movement sought to break away from the materialism and rigid moral...
Vienna What's on

MELANCHOLY AND PROVOCATION: THE EGON SCHIELE PROJECT

23 Sept-30 Jan 2012. The Leopold Museum is holding a major exhibition dedicated to the early work of Viennese artist Egon Schiele. Around 100 paintings and drawings including Schiele's first m...
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