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SINEAD NI MHAONAIGH: AN TIMEALL: PEINTURES

16 Sept-23 Oct 2011. The Centre Culturel Irlandais (CCI) presents an exhibition by Irish artist Sin
Berlin What's on

Snow in Samarkand: Views from the Hinterland of War, photographs by Daniel Schwartz

23 June-12 Sept. The exhibition of photographs by internationally-recognised Swiss photographer Daniel Schwartz focuses on the geographical, historical and political landscape of Afghanistan and Centr...
Madrid What's on

PICASSO: ACROBAT ON A BALL

16 Sept-18 Dec 2011. The Museo Nacional del Prado displays a Pablo Picasso masterpiece: Acrobat on a Ball. Completed in 1905, the canvas is regarded as one of the greatest works from Picasso's ros...
Berlin What's on

Ulrike Ottinger: Floating Food

7 Sept-30 Oct. A comprehensive exhibition of work by award-winning film director and artist Ulrike Ottinger takes place at the House of World Cultures as part of this year's Asia-Pacific Weeks initiat...
Oxford What's on

MADE FOR TRADE

18 July-27 January 2013. Drawing on the Pitt Rivers museum's extensive collections, this long-term exhibition examines global and local trade, offering insights into ancient customs and artefacts...
Copenhagen What's on

TOULOUSE-LAUTREC: THE HUMAN COMEDY

17 Sept-19 February 2012. A major exhibition at the Royal Collection of Graphic Art focuses on Henri Toulouse-Lautrec and the immense contribution he made to the world of graphic art in the late 1...
Amsterdam What's on

RUBENS, VAN DYCK & JORDAENS: FLEMISH PAINTINGS FROM THE HERMITAGE

17 Sept-16 March 2012. The Hermitage museum in Amsterdam presents a selection of works from the Flemish art collection of the St Petersburg Hermitage. Comprising 75 paintings and about 20 drawings...
Barcelona What's on

THROUGH THE EYES OF MATHEMATICS

23 Aug-20 Nov 2011. Using a dozen 3D images, this exhibition sets out to simplify mathematics and explain the complexities of nature with the help of mathematics. After being presented with the qu...
Oxford What's on

People Apart: Cape Town Survey 1952: Photographs by Bryan Heseltine

19 July-8 Jan 2012. A collection of photographs by South African photographer Bryan Heseltine (1923-2008) sheds light on the daily lives of South Africans who lived about 60 years ago through the regi...
London What's on

V&A Illustration Awards Display 2011

7 June-17 Dec. The prestigious V&A Illustration Awards celebrate the best illustrations published over the last year, offering prizes for the best illustrated book, book cover, magazine and student il...
Amsterdam What's on

Dutch Girls: Top Models of the Golden Age

7 Sept-12 Dec. The Rijksmuseum presents an exhibition of nine sumptuous portraits of women from Holland's Golden Age, painted by artists such as Frans Hals, Isaak Luttichuys, Caesar van Everdingen and...
Copenhagen What's on

Hammershøiana: Drawings, photographs and other memories

10 June-23 Oct. In honour of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Hirschsprung, the museum is holding a number of exhibitions of works from the archives, normally kept out of the public eye....
Berlin What's on

Between Art and Film: Storyboards from Hitchcock to Spielberg

11 Aug-29 Nov. This joint exhibition presented by Kunsthalle Emden and the Berlin Museum for Film and Television highlights the role of cinematic storyboards, with a varied display including monochrom...
Vienna What's on

Hundertwasser: The Art Of The Green Path

7 July-6 Nov. This extensive retrospective traces the career of Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928
Berlin What's on

Snow in Samarkand: Views from the Hinterland of War, photographs by Daniel Schwartz

23 June-12 Sept. The exhibition of photographs by internationally-recognised Swiss photographer Daniel Schwartz focuses on the geographical, historical and political landscape of Afghanistan and Centr...
London What's on

Twombly and Poussin: Arcadian painters

29 June-25 Sept. An interesting exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery contrasts the work of 17th-century classical painter Nicolas Poussin (1594 -1665) with that of American artist Cy Twombly (192...
Madrid What's on

Elena Asins: Fragments of Memory

15 June-12 Oct. According to the Reina Sofia Museum, currently hosting an exhibition of the work of Spanish artist Elena Asins (born in 1940), her work reflects "both the constructive tradition of the...
Dublin What's on

Barrie Cooke at IMMA

15 June-18 Sept. Although born in England (in 1931), since moving to Ireland in 1954 abstract expressionist painter Barrie Cooke has been regarded as an Irish artist; not only that, he is thought of a...
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