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October 2020, The 9th annual Mackintosh Festival, Glasgow, UK.
From walks, workshops and exhibitions to performances and talks, events are designed for all ages, to appeal to those who know nothing about Mackintosh, as well as established aficionados. The programme features a range of formats with free exhibitions and workshops, ticketed tours and sociable evenings with food and drink.
2 October 2020 – 10 January 2021, Exhibition Gustav Klimt. Inspired by Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
The Austrian artist Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) lived and worked in Vienna’s belle époque, a period of unparalleled artistic achievement. Klimt was a member of the symbolist art movement and gained particular fame for his later work, characterised by decorative ornamentalism and suggestive-erotic symbolism. The Van Gogh Museum is organising a retrospective on Gustav Klimt in which the influence of international avant-garde art on Klimt’s oeuvre is illustrated: from Whistler and Toorop, via Monet and Rodin, to Van Gogh and Matisse. 50 works by Gustav Klimt and 50 works by contemporaries are being brought to Amsterdam. The exhibition will then continue at the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere in Vienna.
12 September 2020 – 31 January 2021, Exhibition about Hector Guimard, The Richard H. Driehaus Museum, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
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11 – 13 September 2020, Jugendstil Festival, Bad Nauheim, Germany.
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July 2020, The Slave Epic, Moravsky Krumlov, Czech Republic.
Mucha’s cycle of monumental paintings ‘The Slav Epic’ will be moved back to the southern Moravian town for a period of five years. The move, approved by the Prague City Council, will see the paintings moved back to their long-time home, while a suitable permanent space is found in the capital. An exhibition, displaying the whole Slav Epic is expected to open in July 2020.
18 – 20 June 2020, General Assembly of the RANN in Nancy.
Including mini-lectures around Art Nouveau heritage, a visit of the Museum Ecole de Nancy and Villa Majorelle and a tour of Art Nouveau architecture in Nancy. Only for members of the RANN. Not a member yet? Click here: http://artnouveau-net.eu/join-us/
18 June 2020 – 21 January 2021, Exhibition Luigi Colani and Art Nouveau, Bröhan-Museum, Berlin, Germany.
10 June 2020, World Art Nouveau Day Photo Contest, Facebook.
To celebrate World Art Nouveau Day, a photo contest entitled will be organised on 10 June by the Réseau Art Nouveau Network through its Facebook page, allowing the public to present their favourite works.
7 June – 20 September 2020, Exhibition Flowers from Fire: Ceramics and the International Art Nouveau, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA, USA.
During the late 19th century, artistic rebellion against mass production took many forms. In the world of design, shapes reflecting nature and growth, experiments with techniques, and influences from non-European cultures led to the flowering of Art Nouveau. Focusing on ceramics and other objects from the United States and Europe, this exhibition explores the artists and innovations that led to a new international style.
May 2020, Modernista Fair, Barcelona, Spain.
Barcelona travels back in time to the turn of the 20th century for yet another year, with plenty of leisure and cultural activities on offer, such as guided tours, children’s workshops, Modernista puppets, interactive automatons, a parade of vintage cars, a vintage steam train ride, conferences on Modernisme, a ticket draw to visit Modernista buildings for those attending in period costume, period atmosphere and many more surprises. The Fair will also be attended by municipalities and institutions from around the world that somehow have an Art Nouveau connection, as well as a booth with information and products on sale related to the Barcelona Modernisme Route.
May 2020, Modernista Fair, Terrassa, Spain.
26 March – 27 September 2020, Exhibition Not Enough Perfume, too many Puddles”: Marking the 150th Anniversary of Hans Baluschek’s Birth, Bröhan-Museum, Berlin, Germany.
March 2020, BANAD Art Nouveau & Art Deco Festival, Brussels, Belgium.
The long-established Brussels Biennial Art Nouveau & Art Deco Event, held in October every two years, was changed. From 2017, it has become an annual event called the Brussels Art Nouveau & Art Deco Festival and it will be held in the Spring.
The Festival’s programme will be extended to include concerts, films, exhibitions and cultural events, in addition to the interior guided tours of buildings not usually open to the public (private houses, schools, industrial and office buildings) and the guided tours on foot, by bicycle and by coach that have made the Biennial Event so successful in the past.
6 March 2020, Conference “L’Art Nouveau à la Belle Epoque: un art total“, Art Pictural, Villefrance-de-Rouergue, France.
4 March – 25 May 2020, Exhibition Aubrey Beardsley, Tate Britain, London, UK.
Spanning seven years, this exhibition will cover Beardsley’s intense and prolific career as a draughtsman and illustrator, cut short by his untimely death from tuberculosis, aged 25. This will be the first exhibition dedicated to Beardsley at Tate since 1923, and the largest display of his original drawings in Europe since the seminal 1966 exhibition at the V&A, which triggered a Beardsley revival. The over 200 works include his celebrated illustrations for Le Morte d’Arthur, Lysistrata and Oscar Wilde’s Salomé. It will also show artworks that were key inspirations for Beardsley, including Japanese scrolls and watercolours by Edward Burne-Jones and Gustave Moreau.
21 – 23 February 2020, Annual Arts & Crafts Conference, Grove Park Inn, Asheville, NC, USA.
Since 1913 the Grove Park Inn has been known as the mecca for Arts and Crafts enthusiasts. And since 1988 the Arts and Crafts Conference has been educating and entertaining Arts and Crafts enthusiasts at every level – from beginning collectors and bungalow owners to experienced auction and show veterans. The weekend includes seminars and small group discussions to walking tours, demonstrations, and selling shows.
15 February – 26 May 2020, Exhibition Toulouse-Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, UK.
Toulouse-Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre will bring the sights and sounds of Lautrec’s thrilling Bohemian Paris to life. The exhibition will revisit the ‘street art’ of the era showcasing over 80 works by Toulouse-Lautrec, Mucha, Steinlen and more.
15 January – 16 April 2020, Multimedia Exhibition Something Nouveau, Museum of Digital Art (MODA), Bangkok, Thailand.
Something Nouveau opens at the soon-to-launch Museum of Digital Art and will feature both masterpieces and lesser-knowns from three artists of the time: Austria’s Klimt, Czech painter Alphonse Mucha and British illustrator Aubrey Beardsley. It will include interactive digital installations and a virtual reality show for which art enthusiasts will strap on headsets to experience the works in a 3D environment.
18 December 2019 – 13 April 2020, Exhibtion Bentwood and Beyond, Thonet and Modern Furniture Design, MAK, Vienna. Austria.
On the occasion of the 200-year anniversary of the company Thonet, the MAK presents an extensive exhibition on Modern furniture. In 1842, the German cabinetmaker Michael Thonet moved to Vienna: Here he was able to perfect his own invention of bentwood furniture and found the greatest furniture empire of the 19th century. With the No 14 Chair produced from 1859 onward, the company Thonet created not only one of the so far most sold pieces of furniture in the world but also an unchallenged classic of design. The exhibition at the MAK shows the fundamental importance of the company Thonet for the design of Modern furniture and places its characteristic and world-famous bentwood furniture into the context of contemporary technological, typological, aesthetic, and historical developments.
14 December 2019 – 29 March 2020, Exhibition Burgauer Porzellan – Von Jugendstil bis Art Déco, Stadtmuseum Jena, Jena, Germany.
Eine Spezialsammlung des Jenaer Stadtmuseums sind die Porzellane der von dem Kaufmann Ferdinand Selle (1862 – 1915) gegründeten Manufaktur, die von 1901 bis 1929 in dem wenige Kilometer südlich von Jena liegenden Ort Burgau existierte. Sie produzierte vorwiegend Gebrauchsgeschirre, aber auch Mokka-Sammeltassen und Zierporzellane.
20 November 2019 – 17 May 2020, Exhibition Otto Prutscher: Universal Designer of Viennese Modernism, MAK, Vienna, Austria.
This MAK exhibition presents the figure of Otto Prutscher (1880-1949) seventy years after his death, including the manifold roles he played in developing Viennese Modernism. Prutscher was an architect and designer who employed the entire variety of applied arts materials and was also an exhibition designer, teacher and member of all the major art reform movements, from the Secession to the Wiener Werkstätte and Werkbund.
15 November 2019 – 19 January 2020, Exhibition Art Nouveau Fashion from the Alexandre Vassiliev Foundation, Mark Rothko Art Centre, Daugavpils, Latvia.
Viewers are introduced to more than a hundred unique dresses of that period. All were created by designers, tailors and embroidery masters at famous European fashion houses and demonstrate the century-old fabrics, lace, cut of clothing, embroidery, applications and numerous accessories of women’s and men’s fashion. Lots of exhibited shoes, handbags, hats, buckles, pins, studs, banquet notebooks, perfume flasks, fans, and many other accessories forgotten for over a hundred years were used to make life more beautiful and delightful to the eye. The exhibition of clothing and accessories is complemented by numerous photographs illustrating the Secession style of fashion, paintings, and furniture matching the clothing of that elegant period.
13 November 2019 – 16 March 2020, Exhibition Otto Wagner, Master of the Viennese Art Nouveau, Cité de l’architecture & du patrimoine, Paris, France.
Otto Wagner was one of the key figures on the European architectural scene at the turn of the 20th century. His works and his writings contributed significantly to the emergence of a “modern architecture”. Belonging to the generation preceding the one from which the main Art Nouveau actors came, Wagner succeeded in keeping step with late 19th-century Viennese society and developing his architecture in response to new lifestyles and changing tastes.
Otto Wagner. Master of the Viennese Art Nouveau is the first monographic exhibition devoted to the architect in France. Co-produced with the Wien Museum, the exhibition highlights the very rich collection of drawings from Otto Wagner’s office, now in the collection of the museum in Vienna.
26 October 2019 – 16 February 2020, Exhibition Kuniyoshi: Entertainment in Japanese Woodblock Prints / UkiyoeNow: Tradition and Experiment, Mak, Vienna, Austria.
Utagawa Kuniyoshi is renowned as one of Japan’s great artists of the nineteenth century. Manga and Anime are practically inconceivable without his visual imagery. The significance given today to the fascinating world of the woodblock print (ukiyo-e) is impressively showcased in the works of Masumi Ishikawa and Megumi Ōishi (UKIYO-E PROJECT) and the graphic designer Andrew Archer. Both resort to the typical visual elements and techniques of the Japanese woodblock print.
The newly opened Korean gallery My Art Museum launched an exhibition of famous Czech painter, graphic artist and designer Alphonse Mucha. The exhibition presents a total of 234 Art Nouveau posters, engravings, drawings, oil paintings and other original works from the private collection of the famous Czech tennis player Ivan Lendl.
23 October 2019 – 29 March 2020, Exhibition Stadt – Jugend – Stil | Lebensreform in Wiesbaden, Stadtmuseum am Markt, Wiesbaden, Germany.
Jugendstil und Lebensreform – diese Schlagworte stehen für die Sehnsucht nach mehr Natur in der Kultur, für ein gesünderes Leben und mehr Freude am Körper. Die Stadt krönt ihre Glanzzeit mit einer stolzen Selbstdarstellung, der “Ausstellung für Handwerk und Gewerbe, Kunst und Gartenbau” im Jahr 1909. Die “Weltausstellung im Kleinformat” lockt über eine Million Besucher an. Historische Zeugnisse und Exponate aus den Sammlungen der Stiftung Stadtmuseum Wiesbaden und zahlreicher institutioneller wie privater Leihgeber “führen” durch die Ausstellung und enthüllen, inwiefern die damalige Aufbruchstimmung auch heute noch unser Leben prägt.
20 October 2019 – 14 June 2020, Exhibition Tiffany in Bloom: Stained Glass Lamps by Louis Comfort Tiffany, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, USA.
The exhibition explores Tiffany’s vivid designs in relation to emerging artistic and craft movements at the turn of the 20th century. Through the dynamic, illuminated display of 20 of the designer’s finest stained glass table and floor lamps. “Tiffany in Bloom” introduces visitors to the magic that Tiffany created with thousands of shards of glass and the “newfangle” power of electric light. Period photographs and accounts of his artisans also provide a glimpse into Tiffany’s shop and Studio.
19 October 2019 – 1 March 2020, Posters from 1900 Paris – by Mucha and his contemporaries, Sakai Mucha Museum, Sakai, Japan.
In this exhibition, you will see Mucha, who painted the street corners of Paris at the end of the century, and posters of contemporary painters. In addition, posters from the Art Deco era of the 1920s and 30s, and mysterious works by Mucha (the latter having a different atmosphere than his posters) will be exhibited. And, there will be unexpected works of Mucha, who was not only a poster painter.
17 October 2019 – 26 January 2020, Exhibition Pre-Raphaelite Sisters: Models, Artists, Muses, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK.
This major exhibition is the first-ever to focus on the untold story of the women of Pre-Raphaelite art. 160 years after the first pictures were exhibited by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 1849, Pre-Raphaelite Sisters, explores the overlooked contribution of twelve women to the Pre-Raphaelite movement, including Evelyn de Morgan, Effie Millais (nee Gray), Elizabeth Siddal and Joanna Wells (nee Boyce), an artist whose work has been largely omitted from the history of the movement. Featuring new discoveries and unseen works from public and private collections across the world, the exhibition reveals the women behind the pictures.
17 April 2019 – 26 January 2020, Exhibtion Art Nouveau: The Triumph of Beauty, Sale dei Paggi, Venaria Reale, Turin, Italy.
16 October 2018 – 27 September 2020, Exhibition Earth into Art—The Flowering of American Art Pottery, Morse Museum of American Art, Winter Park, Florida, USA.
American Art Pottery was in peak demand from roughly 1876 to 1915. Sharing many of the values of the international Arts and Crafts movement—which was a response to industrialization and mass production—these ceramic artists sought a return to work by hand, dignity of labor, and unity of design. Their work, merging the fine and decorative arts, incorporated the avant-garde brushstrokes of French Impressionists, the exoticism of Asian motifs like bamboo, realistic representations of plants and flowers, and, paying homage to a proud heritage, portraits of Native American leaders.
8 October 2018 – spring 2020, Exhibition Tiffany’s Iridescence: Glass in Rainbow Hues (The Neustadt Collection), Queens Museum, New York, NY, USA.
The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass will mount a special focus exhibition this fall exploring Louis C. Tiffany’s groundbreaking achievements in iridescent art glass. The exhibition will explore the science and artistry behind Tiffany’s iridescent sheet and blown glass.
6 October 2019 – 5 January 2020, Exhibition Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD, USA.
Featuring a variety of media including furniture, posters, textiles, architectural drawings, books, and ceramics, Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style celebrates the 150th anniversary of Mackintosh’s birth. The exhibition will highlight the process of making, the international influences and impact of the Glasgow Style, and the Glasgow School of Art’s support and encouragement of women artists. Approximately 165 works, drawn from the best of Glasgow Museums’ internationally renowned civic collections, alongside key pieces from The Hunterian, University of Glasgow, The Glasgow School of Art, and important loans from private collections will be on display.
2 October 2019 – 19 April 2020, Exhibition From Mucha To Morris: Books of the Art Nouveau, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD, USA.
Presented in complement to Designing the New, the display on the fourth floor of the Centre St. building will present From Mucha to Morris: Books of the Art Nouveau, a selection of 12 Art Nouveau books by William Morris, Alphonse Mucha, and others. These stunning books exemplify the romance and whimsy of the era, with pages inhabited by undulated vines, gardens of abstract flowers, and elegant maidens in billowing gowns.
15 Different Guided Tours for groups can be booked at ARAU: Brussels is Art Nouveau!
TRAVELLING ART NOUVEAU EXHIBITIONS
Tiffany Travelling Exhibition
This exhibition celebrates the artistry and craftsmanship of the Tiffany artworks from Chicago’s distinguished Richard H. Driehaus Collection, highlighting masterworks never before presented in a comprehensive exhibition. A celebration of beauty, this exhibition features more than 60 extraordinary objects, spanning over 30 years of Tiffany’s prolific career.
Feb – May 2018, Taft Museum of Art, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
23 Jun – 23 Sept 2018, Paine Art Center & Gardens, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, USA
21 Oct 2018 – 13 Jan 2019, Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, Alabama, USA
16 Feb – 19 May 2019, Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa, USA
16 Jun – 8 Sept 2019, Munson Williams Proctor Art Institute, Utica, NY, USA
Oct 2019 – Jan 2020, Cummer Museum & Gardens, Jacksonville, Florida, USA
1 Feb 2020 – 10 May 2020, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia, USA
Jun – Sept 2020, Crocker Museum of Art, Sacramento, California, USA
Oct 2020 – Jan 2021, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Feb – Apr 2021, Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan, USA
Traveling Exhibition Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, William Morris and his associates, and the champions of the Arts & Crafts Movement offered a radical artistic and social vision that found inspiration in the pre-industrial past and came to decisively influence visual culture in Britain and beyond. Drawn from the outstanding collection of the city of Birmingham, United Kingdom, Victorian Radicals will, for the first time, bring together paintings, works on paper, and decorative arts—many never shown outside the UK—to illuminate this most dynamic period of British art in an exhibition of unparalleled historical andvisual richness.
Through approximately 145 objects by pioneering artists including Ford Madox Brown, Edward Burne-Jones, William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and Elizabeth Siddall, among others, Victorian Radicals will represent the spectrum of avant-garde practices of the Victorian period, emphasizing the response of Britain’s first modern art movements to unfettered industrialization.
13 Oct 2018 – 6 Jan 2019 – Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK, USA
9 Feb 2019 – 5 May 2019 – Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL, USA
13 Jun 2019 – 8 Sep 2019 – Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA, USA
10 Oct 2019 – 5 Jan 2020 – San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX, USA
13 Feb 2020 – 10 May 2020 – Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT, USA
20 Jun 2020 – 13 Sep 2020 – Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV, USA
29 Oct 2020 – 14 Jan 2021 – The Frick Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
4 Mar 2021 – 30 May 2021 – Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico
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Traveling Exhibition Alphonse Mucha: Master of Art Nouveau
The exhibition is drawn from the holdings of the Dhawan Collection, Los Angeles, which is one of the largest and finest collections of Alphonse Mucha’s work in the United States.
28 Jan 2017 – 26 Mar 2017 – Fullerton Museum Center, Fullerton, CA, USA
15 Jun 2017 – 15 Aug 2017 – The Citadelle Art Foundation, Canadian, TX, USA
15 Sep 2017 – 31 Dec 2017 – Albin Polasek Museum, Winter Park, FL, USA
12 Jan 2018 – 18 Mar 2018 – The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, NY, USA
15 Sep 2018 – 15 Dec 2018 – University Art Galleries, Texas A&M Uni, TX, USA
17 Mar 2018 – 23 Jun 2019 – Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL, USA
13 Oct 2019 – 19 Jan 2020 – Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY, USA
8 Feb 2019 – 10 May 2020 – Paine Art Center & Gardens, Oshkosh, WI, USA
30 May 2020 – 22 Aug 2020 – Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Ft. Wayne, IN, USA
26 Sep 2020 – 3 Jan 2021 – Reading Public Museum, Reading, PA, USA
1 Nov 2021 -3 Jan 2022 – Appleton Art Museum, Ocala, FL, USA
Travelling Exhibition Maker & Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry
25 Oct 2019 – 19 Jan 2020, The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH, USA
15 Feb 2020 – 10 May 2020, The Frick Art Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
6 June 2020 – 30 Aug 2020 – Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA, USA
Travelling Exhibition L’Affichomania: The Passion for French Posters.
Showcasing the remarkable work of five master printmakers, including Jules Chéret, Alphonse Mucha, Eugéne Grasset, Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, L’Affichomania: The Passion for French Posters features approximately 65 posters and ephemera dating from 1875 to 1910, the spirited era in France known as the Belle Époque. These pioneering artists reigned in Paris during this period of artistic proliferation, defining a never-before-seen, and never forgotten, art form.
19 Oct 2019 – 12 Jan 2020, Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL
7 Mar 2020 – 31 May 2020, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI
26 Jun 2020 – 23 Aug 2020, Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA
19 Sept 2020 – 3 Jan 2021, Jule Collins Smith Museum of Art, Auburn, AL
27 Feb 2021 – 23 May 2021, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN
June – August 2021 – unknown
3 Sept 2021 – 19 Feb 2022, Brigham Young Uni. Museum of Art, Provo, UT
Travelling Exhibition Timeless Mucha – Mucha to Manga: The Magic of Line
Alongside seminal posters, drawings, book illustrations and designs, the exhibition will include artefacts from Mucha’s art collection, including Japanese prints and Chinese textiles, and interpretations of his work in fin-de-siècle Japan. It will show how his legacy influenced psychedelic rock culture in the US and the UK and Japanese Manga from the 70s to the present day. The exhibition will incorporate digital displays of manga/anime images, along with music associated with the rock posters and record jackets shown in the exhibition.
13 Jul 2019 – 29 Sep 2019, Bunkamura Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan
12 Oct 2019 – 13 Jan 2020, Museum of Kyoto, Japan
25 Jan 2020 – 12 Apr 2020, Sapporo Art Museum, Japan
25 Apr 2020 – 28 Jun 2020, Nagoya City Art Museum, Japan
11 Jul 2020 – 06 Sep 2020, Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, Japan
19 Sep 2020 – 29 Nov 2020, Matsumoto City Museum of Art, Nagano, Japan
Traveling Exhibition Natures of Art Nouveau.
The Natures of Art Nouveau exhibition highlights the role of nature in art and architecture across Europe at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The wiry curved lines that are typical of Art Nouveau illustrated the sensuality and vitality of nature. Plants, animals and the elements of nature intertwined in imaginative, dream-like pieces.
The exhibition is traveling Europe and will be on display at the following cities:
- Helsinki (Finland) 5 October 2013 – 16 February 2014
- Alesund (Norway) 22 March 2014 – 10 May 2014
- Riga (Latvia) 10 June 2014 – 7 September 2014
- Barcelona (Spain) 29 November 2014 – 28 February 2015
- Ljubljana (Slovenia) 20 January 2015 – 19 April 2015
- Subotica (Serbia) 14 May 2015 – 14 September 2015
- Oradea (Romania) 24 March 2016 – will remain here permanently
- Brussel (Belgium) 3 October 2013 – 1 December 2013
- Nancy (France) 20 December 2013 – 13 April 2014
- Terrassa (Spain) 9 May 2014 – 13 July 2014
- Bad Nauheim (Germany) 12 September 2014 – 26 October 2014
- Aveiro (Portugal) 1 December 2014 – 28 February 2015
- Milano (Italy) 26 March 2015 – 24 April 2015
- Havana (Cuba) 3 July 2015 – 31 July 2015
- Glasgow (Scotland) 17 October 2015 – 24 December 2015
- Havana (Cuba) spring 2016 – will remain here permanently
Permanent Exhibitions, some examples:
The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, Winter Park, Florida, USA.
The work of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933) is undoubtedly the centerpiece of the Morse Museum collection. The Museum’s Tiffany collection is broad, deep, and unique. It includes fine examples in every medium Tiffany explored, in every series of work he produced, and from every period of his life. The museum is also a treasure house of American decorative art from the mid-19th century to the early 20th century, with especially rich holdings in the area known as Arts and Crafts.
Golden Age of the Zsolnay – Collection of László Gyugyi, Zsolnay Cultural Quarter, Pécs, Hungary.
The private Zsolnay collection of Dr. László Gyugyi comprising around 600 pieces represents an unparalleled value. Its pieces date back to a 40-year period (1870-1910) that can be divided in three great parts: the periods of historicism, millennium and secession. The collection found a home in Pécs in the framework of the Pécs2010 European Capital of Culture Programme, in the Zsolnay Cultural Quarter, in a secession building that was reorganised for this particular aim in the former Sikorsky villa.
The Cauchie House, Brussels, Belgium.
The restoration work carried out over nearly fifteen years breathed new life into the building. The first week-end of every month it is open to visitors who appreciate its message of beauty.
The successive ground floor rooms each have their own particularities and their content of symbolism. Decorative designs and furniture of the time demonstrate the manifest influence of Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Glasgow School of Art). The upper storeys of the house, where there is no evidence of Paul or Lina’s talents, have been used as apartments and renovated to suit modern contemporary use. The basement, cellar, and artist workshop have been redesigned into a vast gallery to exhibit Paul and Lina Cauchie’s paintings collected by the current owners over time.
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