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Now until 28 February 2023, iMucha exhibition, Municipal House, Prague, Czech Republic.

The initial basis of the collection was laid years ago by Ivan Lendl, former top-rank tennis player. Lendl’s collection is now owned by the Richard Fuxa Foundation – Nadační fond Richarda Fuxy, which promotes art. The exhibition will show models from posters in motion, an animated story from the Slav Epic, and the voice of Alfons Mucha coming from his self-portrait. The exhibition will cover 550 square meters with over 200 original works by Alfons Mucha, many more than a century old. Another part of the iMucha project will be a multimedia show directed by musician Michal Dvořák at O2 Universum. Pierce Brosnan will introduce The iMucha Show on the 26th of May 2022.

11 December 2022 – 2 April 2023, Exhibition Jugendstil in de Veenkoloniën, Veenkoloniaal Museum, Veendam, The Netherlands.

Op het platteland van Europa is Jugendstil een vrij zeldzaams verschijnsel. Toch komen we vooral ook in kleinere dorpen en steden in Noord Nederland soms sprankelende voorbeelden tegen. In de tentoonstelling besteden we aandacht aan diverse nu nog bestaande panden, maar ook aan interieurstukken – zoals meubels en gebruiksvoorwerpen en boeken – die een soort drie-eenheid met het speciaal voor de opdrachtgever gecreëerde gebouw vormden.


1 December 2022 – 27 August 2023, Exhibition Indonesia and the Amsterdam School, Museum Het Schip, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Museum Het Schip is presenting an exhibition on the relationship between Indonesia, the former Dutch East Indies, and the Amsterdam School movement. The Amsterdam School is known for its expressive and imaginative style. The fact that the visual language of the Amsterdam School is indebted to cultural expressions from Indonesia is a lesser known phenomenon. Javanese temples, Indonesian folk architecture and crafts made a deep impression on artists and architects. The exhibition reveals how artists, designers and architects of the Amsterdam School were forged by the colonial link with Indonesia. 


26 November 2022 – 14 May 2023, Exhibition Galileo Chini. Ceramics between Art Nouveau and Deco, MIC Faenza, Faenza, Italy.

Chini was a versatile artist, among the pioneers of Art Nouveau in Italy of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, but also a refiner of the Deco taste developed during the twenties. He devoted himself passionately to the art of ceramics, with a varied, original and highly personal production, as well as to painting and fresco painting. The exhibition displays about one hundred and fifty pieces including ceramics (some of them unpublished) and preparatory drawings to document the various phases of activity of one of the most important Italian protagonists of the Art Nouveau period.


22 November 2022 – 17 February 2023, Exhibtion Meesters van Meierijstad, Museum Jan Heestershuis, Schijndel, The Netherlands.

De kunstenaars Pieter de Josselin de Jong en Paul Rink hadden veel raakvlakken: Beiden zijn geboren in het jaar 1861 en opgegroeid in respectievelijk Sint-Oedenrode en Veghel, wat nu de gemeente Meierijstad is. Beiden zijn jong gestorven na een carrière die nog veel beloofde. Zij leerden elkaar kennen op de Academie in Antwerpen en bleven bevriend. Hoewel hun levens al snel uiteen liepen, waren zij ook in hun onderwerpkeuze verwant. Ze schilderden niet alleen allebei graag het idyllische van de kindertijd maar legden ook de zwaarte van het arbeidersleven vast, zowel van boeren en fabrieksarbeiders als van vissers. Hun schilderijen bevinden zich in veel museale collecties maar worden amper meer getoond. Mede door hun korte levens zijn ze ingehaald door de tijd. Museum Jan Heestershuis brengt deze bijzondere schilders weer onder de aandacht. De expositie bevat onder meer werken uit de gemeentelijke kunstcollectie Meierijstad en niet eerder getoond werk uit particuliere collecties.

17 November 2022 – 29 May 2023, Exhibition Hector Guimard – Art Nouveau to Modernism, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York.

The aesthetic of architect Hector Guimard (1867–1942) has long characterized French Art Nouveau in the popular imagination. This groundbreaking book showcases all aspects of his artistry and recognizes the fundamental modernity of his work. Known for, among other things, the decorative entrances to the Paris Métro and the associated lettering, he often looked to nature for inspiration, and combined materials such as stone and cast iron in unique ways to create designs composed of curves and waves that evoked movement. Guimard broke away from his classical Beaux-Arts training to advocate a modern, abstract style; he also pioneered the use of standardized models for his design objects and experimented with prefabricated designs in his social housing commissions, advancing the technology of the time.

This exhibition will travel to The Richard H. Driehaus Museum, Chicago 22 June 2023 – 7 Jan 2024.

October 2022, Novelda Modernista, Novelda, Spain.

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21 October 2022 – 22 January 2023, Exhibition Alphonse Mucha – Art Nouveau Visionary, Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY, USA.

Czech-born Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939) was one of the most celebrated artists in Paris at the turn of the 20th century. As an influential force behind the art nouveau movement, he created sumptuous posters and advertising—promoting such everyday products as cigarette papers and tea biscuits—that transformed the streets of Paris into open-air art exhibitions. Alphonse Mucha: Art Nouveau Visionary celebrates the Mucha Trust Collection’s first major U.S. tour in 20 years, featuring a vast array of posters, illustrations, ornamental objects, and rarely seen sculpture, photographs, and self-portraits. 

8 October 2022 – 8 January 2023, Exhibition William Morris, Art in Everything, La Piscine, Roubaix, France.

2022_Roubaix-MorrisNever exhibited in France, the visionary work of William Morris had a huge impact on his time. He theorised a social, political, ecological and artistic utopia and laid the foundations for what would later become known as Arts & Crafts. This movement championed art in everything and for everyone, in response to the industrialisation and dehumanisation of time-honoured techniques. A textile designer, writer, poet, painter, illustrator, architect, manufacturer, social activist, ecologist and an incredible theoretician, Morris developed a complex body of work and campaigned for a new form of recognition for art and crafts, but also the artists and craftsman, in late 19th century Victorian England. He is famous for his literary works, socialist political commitment, publishing work and creations in the decorative arts.

7 October 2022 – 8 January 2023, Exhibition Golden Boy Gustav Klimt. Inspired by Van Gogh, Rodin, Matisse…, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Gustav Klimt is world-famous for his golden and decorative paintings and his portraits of strong women. But who was this ‘golden boy’, and what is the story behind his talent? You perhaps know Klimt’s work, but have you actually seen it? New research has revealed which artists influenced Klimt and which artists he liked. But also which artworks were on display at exhibitions at the time – including those of pioneering art society the Vienna Secession, of which Klimt was the chairperson. Discover how Gustav Klimt developed his unique style and gleaned inspiration from the Western European modern art of his time.

The exhibition will be on display at the Belvedere, Vienna afterwards: from 3 February to 29 May 2023.


24 September 2022 – 5 March 2023, Exhibition Suze Robertson; Dedicated. Individualistic. Modern. Museum Panorama Mesdag, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Suze_Robertson_Pietje_Lezend_meisje_circa_1898This year marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Suze Robertson (1855-1922). In remembrance of this artist, who lived and worked in The Hague, Museum Panorama Mesdag is presenting a unique retrospective encompassing over eighty of her paintings and drawings. Robertson was and is considered one of the great artists of her time. She was a radical innovator: her expressive manner of painting and drawing, along with her bold choice of materials and exuberant use of colour, elevated Dutch art to new heights at the dawn of the twentieth century. Museum Panorama Mesdag has a special connection to Suze Robertson’s life and work. Hendrik Willem Mesdag and Sientje Mesdag-van Houten, the married couple who founded the museum, were friends with Robertson and avid collectors of her work.

23 September 2022 – 7 May 2023, Exhibition Flower Power, Museum Gouda, Gouda, The Netherlands.

At the beginning of the twentieth century, Art Nouveau (or Jugendstil) had a major influence on Gouda pottery. Inspiration for new designs is found in nature. Flowers in particular flourish in all their splendor on vases, plates and other pottery. Willem Hartgring’s elegant decorations are finely painted. In Henri Breetvelt’s designs, abstraction prevails. From 23 September you will find the most beautiful floral decors from the pottery collection in Museum Gouda in the exhibition Flower power. From detailed and true-to-life to simple and barely recognizable. There are also three recent acquisitions on display.


17 September – 15 October 2022, Exhibition When Art Blooms: Flowers in Art Nouveau and Art Deco. Musée de la Fleur, Ollioules, France.

Flowers of the fields, flowers of the hills, Ollioules was not nicknamed “the city of flowers” by chance. Today, the Musée de la Fleur bears witness to this horticultural past, but it is in a completely different register that flowers are revealed in the exhibition “When Art Blooms”. Combining Art Nouveau (1880 – 1910) and Art Deco (1918 – 1939), you will discover paintings, sculptures, cast iron, pottery and glassware, artistic or artisanal, French or foreign, precious or everyday.


10 September – 12 November 2022, Double Exhibition Art Nouveau in Romania, Fosta Uzină de Apă Nr.1 Timișoara, Romania.

The people of Timișoara are invited to discover the representative elements of the well-known artistic current and the connections between the two countries bordering the Danube and between the two European Capital of Culture cities (Novi Sad 2022, Timișoara 2023) in a double exhibition: “Manifestations of total art. Art Nouveau, Szecesszió, Sezession, Jugendstil”, prepared by the National Heritage Institute of Romania and “The |un|usual face of Art Nouveau” prepared by the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments in Serbia. Both exhibitions can be seen at the old water plant, on Calea Urseni no. 26, between September 10 and November 12 this year. Visiting hours are on Saturdays, between 12:00 and 17:00. Public access is free.

Info in Romanian language: click here


September 2022 – Fira Modernista Alcoy, Spain.

Local architects Vicente Pascual Pastor and Timoteo Briet Montaud studied the Moderniste movement in Barcelona before returning to Alcoy and designing some of the stunning Moderniste architecture we see today. Modernisme was not exclusively limited to housing for the rich with its social and aesthetic value was also expressed in the designs for shopfronts. Factory facades, such as the wrought-iron gates at Rodes Hermanos and period funerary sculpture in the Cementerio Municipal San Antonio Abad, showcase why Alcoy was added to the European Moderniste Route 2010. During Modernista week, many of the city’s locals dress up in the period’s attire, which, together with the city’s impressive architecture, takes you back in time. If you are visiting relatives or just on holiday in Spain, visit Alcoy during its Fira Modernista and enjoy the festivities.

16, 17 & 18 September 2022 Fira Modernista Canet de Mar, Spain.


September 2022, Jugendstil Festival, Bad Nauheim, Germany.

Enter the glorious time around 1900! At the three-day Art Nouveau festival you can enjoy clothing, music, dance, sports and games in the historical ambience of the fountain courtyard (Sprudelhof) just as they were in those days.

The large restorers’ and arts and crafts market is part of the fixed supporting programme. Everyone can find a nice souvenir here – the exhibitors offer lamps, mirrors, porcelain, fashion, jewellery, glass and ceramic art as well as special stationery from the time around 1900. The restorers show their craftsmanship and work on wallpaper, furniture and pictures in front of everyone.

Absolutely worth seeing and open during the festival are the originally preserved bathhouses in the fountain courtyard (Sprudelhof), which impress with their nostalgic bathing cells and ornate courtyards.

More information can also be found here: Bad Nauheim Jugendstilfestival.


Foto: BNST

30 July 2022 – 2 April 2023, Exhibition Silent Splendour, Museum Gouda, The Netherlands.

Paul Arntzenius (1883-1965) was not only a painter, but also a passionate art collector. In 1963 he donated his collection to Museum Gouda. More than a hundred paintings and drawings from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries found a new home. For Arntzenius this meant that a great wish was fulfilled. The art that he loved so much could now be admired by everyone.

The collection of Paul Arntzenius mainly consists of work from the French Barbizon School and the Dutch Hague School. It is the harmonious landscapes, silent figures and simple still lifes that he felt most attracted to. To him, this silent splendour was what art should be. Part of his collection is now on display at Museum Gouda.


15 July – 31 December 2022, Exhibition Mucha, the Family Collection, The Wallenstein Riding School, Prague, Czech Republic.

When you say Alfonse Mucha, most people think of his posters that made him famous. However, the Mucha Family Collection wants to portray him as a versatile artist through jewellery and utilitarian objects, paintings, sculptures and photographs. But also, surprisingly for some, as a philosopher, humanist, mystic… More than 200 carefully selected works from the family collection will walk you through Mucha’s life, some of the originals will be seen by the public for the very first time. This makes the exhibition a unique event that you should definitely not miss! Discover the lesser known aspects of Alphonse Muchas work and personality that you won’t see anywhere else!


3 July 2022 – 18 June 2023, Exhibition Movements & Shapes – Silver and Jewelery from Art Nouveau to Art Deco, Lalique Museum, Doesburg, The Netherlands.

In this new exhibition, the visitor is guided through the development of the art nouveau and art deco movements through works by artists such as Lucien Gaillard, Léopold Gautrait, Christofle, Hugo Leven, Archibald Knox, Paul Follot and of course René Lalique. Both movements have had a major influence on decorative and applied art, graphic, (interior) architectural and industrial design, as well as on visual arts and fashion. In addition to countless rare silver objects, the exhibition includes several jewels from private collections that have not been shown to the public for decades.


2022_Broehan_Museum_REGARD! ART AND DESIGN BY WOMEN 1880–194023 June – 4 September 2022, Exposition Regard! Art and Design by Women 1880–1940, Bröhan-Museum, Berlin, Germany.

From over 20,000 objects in the Bröhan-Museum, only about 1,500 are by women – around 7.5%. Nearly 1,000 male artists in contrast to 99 female artists are represented in the collection. Why is there such a disparity? And who were those women who decided to pursue a career, despite all the adversities, as a woman artist or designer in the late 19th and early 20th centuries? Based on these questions, the Bröhan-Museum dedicates for the first time an exhibition to the women artists of the collection. The exhibition traces the diverse works and compelling biographies of these artists, highlighting their crucial contribution to the development of European art and design.

10 June – 7 August 2022, Exposition Eugène Vallin, Villa La Garenne, Liverdun, France.

On the occasion of the centenary of the death of Eugène Vallin, the Nicolas Gridel Foundation and the SLAAM are joining forces to offer a unique exhibition of Art Nouveau objects kept in private collections. In the prestigious setting of Villa La Garenne in Liverdun, a set of furniture from private collections, unique works by Eugène Vallin, famous carpenter from the Ecole de Nancy, will be presented for the first time.



10 – 12 June 2022, Art Nouveau Festijn, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Een programma genieten, met lezingen, wandelingen, muziek, rondvaarten, literatuur, een expositie, diverse workshops, theater, fietstocht, tentoonstelling en weer individuele activiteiten. Alles gerelateerd aan de Art Nouveau/Jugendstil en/of aan de interessante periode van rond 1900 in Den Haag.


10 June 2022, World Art Nouveau Day Photo Contest, Facebook.

To celebrate World Art Nouveau Day, a photo contest will be organised on 10 June by the Réseau Art Nouveau Network through its Facebook page, allowing the public to present their favourite works.

Summer 2022, Immersive Exhibition Gustav Klimt – Gold in Motion, Hall des Lumières (a new permanent digital art center) New York, USA.

June 2022, Fira Modernista Carcaixent, Spain.

2022_musee_de_lEcole_de_nancy1 June – 2 October 2022, Exposition Nouvelles acquisitions autour d’Émile Gallé, Musée de l’École de Nancy, Nancy, France.

Ces dernières années, plusieurs œuvres importantes sont venues enrichir les collections du musée de l’École de Nancy et en particulier son fonds consacré au grand verrier Émile Gallé. À l’occasion de l’Année mondiale du verre décrétée par l’UNESCO et de « 2022 En Verre » à Nancy, le musée propose de découvrir l’ensemble de ces acquisitions dont la qualité et l’importance artistique et scientifique sont un atout majeur pour ses collections d’arts décoratifs Art Nouveau.

27, 28 and 29 May 2022, Modernista Fair, Barcelona, Spain.

13 May – 23 October 2022, Exhibition Water in Art Nouveau – Wellsprings and Drowning Depths, Museum Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Germany.

The exhibition in the museum starts at the point where water as a form of expression and life experienced its artistic implementation. To this end, it sheds light on Art Nouveau’s conception of water, from its healing power within the Lebensreform, which was completely permeated by Art Nouveau, as well as from its dangerous and mysterious side under the water, with its inhabitants. This two-pronged approach makes it possible to thematize water as a space of the imagination with the help of exciting objects of Art Nouveau, as well as the implementation within the Lebensreform with all its ideological aftermath.


Walter Crane 1892

11 May – 14 August 2022, Exhibition Victor Prouvé, The Master of Art Nouveau in Issy, French Museum of Playing Cards, Issy, France.

The French Playing Card Museum presents an exhibition on the painter Victor Prouvé (1858-1943), a major figure in Art Nouveau, who fully participated in the revival of the decorative arts at the turn of the 20th century. Born in Nancy in 1858, the son of a fine seamstress and an embroidery designer, Victor Prouvé studied drawing at the municipal school in his hometown. A few years later, he joined the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Through nearly 70 works borrowed from several French institutions (Musée de l’École de Nancy, Musée du Petit Palais, Musée d’Orsay), mainly paintings and drawings including many preparatory studies, but also decorative art objects , this exhibition will present the extent of his talent, in the service of decor.

6,7 & 8 May 2022, Modernista Fair, Terrassa, Spain.

2022_fira_modernista_terrassaA surprising journey into the past of the modernist splendor of Terrassa in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Unique characters, historical recreations, traditional craftsmen, visits to the main modernist buildings, exhibitions, shows and above all the warmth of the people who star in the Fair on the street with their period costumes, offer us the opportunity to live a unique experience. Terrassa City Council promoted the Terrassa Modernist Fair in 2003 with the aim o recover the old tradition of the Spring Fair, which was institutionalized in Terrassa in 1228 as a privilege of King James I. Since 2007, the Fira Modernista de Terrassa has been declared by the Generalitat de Catalunya as a local festival of tourist interest. In 2010, this event also won one of the Catalan Communication and Public Relations Awards in the category of tourist activities, awarded by the Catalan Association of Communication and Public Relations and the Foundation for the Promotion of Communication and Development.

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30 April 2022 – 02 May 2023, Exhibition Turnaround in Style 1900, Highlights of an Era, Jugendstilforum, Bad Nauheim, Germany.

The exhibition “Turnaround in Style 1900” will be the largest and most important of the first five exhibitions in the Art Nouveau Forum. It shows a total of nine different thematic focuses on creative diversity in the applied arts of the turn of the century. The first focus is on the material “glass”, that fragile beauty that has produced so much splendor of colors and shapes. The second material we turn to is metal, especially silver and the resulting jewelry production of that era. The other main topics are dedicated to individual manifestations of Jugendstil or Art Nouveau, as can be found in different countries and regions in Europe and the USA.

22 April – 31 December 2022, Exposition Gustav Klimt, Gold in Motion, Fabrique des Lumières, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Taking visitors on a journey through one hundred years of Viennese painting, the immersive exhibition takes an original look at the works of Klimt and his successors through a presentation of the portraits, landscapes, nudes, colours, and gilding that revolutionised Viennese painting at the end of the nineteenth century and in the century that followed. The exhibition whisks the public back in time to explore the artwork of the Vienna Secession.

16 April – 18 Sept 2022, Exhibition Johanna van Eijbergen (1865-1950) Markante Metaalkunstenaar, Drents Museum, Assen, The Netherlands.

Ze was de enige vrouw in Nederland die zich rond 1900 op het gebied van metaalkunst waagde: kunstenares Johanna van Eijbergen. Haar ontwerpen werden tussen 1904 en 1910 uitgevoerd door de Hengelose fabrikant G. Dikkers & Co. De vazen, schalen en vele andere voorwerpen kenmerken zich door wonderschone decoraties van gestileerde bloemen en dieren, met name insecten, vlinders en vissen.

Johanna van Eybergen 1905 plate with stag beetles

April 2022, Penedès Modernist Fair, Arboç, Spain.

12 April – 17 July 2022, Exhibition Gaudí, Musée d’Orsay, Paris, France.

Twenty years after the celebration of the Gaudí Year, with this project the Museu Nacional undertakes a critical revision of the artist and architect’s work, which has a special place in its collection. Gaudí was not by any means the isolated, misunderstood genius that many of the books written about him, almost always hagiographies, have led us to believe. His work was not done just in a specific, local and international, artistic and architectural context; it was also part of some very concrete political, ideological and aesthetic strategies. A new exhibition about Gaudí can no longer repeat the well-worn clichés; it must focus on Gaudí as a most complex man working in a multiple context.

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Barcelona Futura, 04/01/1912

27 March – 13 November 2022, Exhibition Faszination Jugendstil. Dekorative Keramik der Servais-Werke Ehrang, Stadtmuseum Simeonstift, Trier, Germany.

Ausgehend von dem Ankauf eines Vasenpaares auf der Kunst- und Antiquitätenmesse TEFAF in Maastricht im Jahr 2012 konnte das Stadtmuseum Simeonstift in den darauffolgenden Jahren neben zahlreichen Wand- und Bodenfliesen mehrere Vasen und figürliche Keramiken erwerben, die von den Servais-Werken in Trier-Ehrang hergestellt worden sind. In den vergangenen Jahren ist dieser neue Sammlungsbereich durch Schenkungen und gezielte Ankäufe stetig gewachsen. Im Zentrum dieser Ausstellung stehen die höchst ansprechend gezeichneten und in leuchtenden Farben glasierten Jugendstilfliesen sowie die aufwendig gestalteten Vasen, Jardinieren und Figurinen dieser Zeit, die nicht nur in künstlerischer Hinsicht, sondern vielfach auch durch eine ausgeprägte technische Raffinesse bestechen.


12 – 27 March 2022, 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 program includes 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.

IMG_947610 March – 11 September 2022, Exhibition The Art Nouveau Spirit – The Pierre Roche donation to the Petit Palais, Petit Palais, Paris, France.

Now forgotten, some of his sculptures adorn the parks and gardens as well as the streets of Paris, such as the Fontaine Avril located in the gardens of the Palais Galliera. Trained in painting by Gervex and Roll and then in sculpture by Dalou, the artist was a true jack-ofall-trades who loved to experiment. He was interested in the decorative arts but also engraving, for which he invented new techniques. This exhibition, made possible thanks to the donation by his family of an exceptional collection of 4,000 pieces directly from the artist’s studio, is divided into seven chapters around some hundred works. It will present the different facets and originality of Roche’s work. 

Virtual exhibition (Fr):

18 – 20 February 2022, The 35th 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 – 31 July 2022,  Exhibition Privat-Livemont, Art Nouveau-master of Belgian Poster Art, Steendrukmuseum, Valkenswaard, The Netherlands.

2022_Privat-Livemont_SteendrukmuseumHet Nederlands Steendrukmuseum presenteert (voor het eerst sinds 1904!) een unieke overzichtstentoonstelling van het lithografische oeuvre van Privat-Livemont, de grootmeester van de Belgische affichekunst. Privat-Livemont (1861-1936) was één van de productiefste grafische kunstenaars van België. Hij brak in 1896 door met zijn beroemde reclameaffiche voor het Belgische absintmerk Absinthe Robette. Zijn art nouveau-stijl was zeer in trek bij Nederlandse, Belgische en Franse ondernemers, waaronder Cacao Van Houten, Boldoot en Bols. Naast zijn populaire affiches was Privat-Livemont als schilder-decorateur ook verantwoordelijk voor veel van de sgraffiti-tekeningen op art nouveau-gevels in Brussel.

13 Februari – 19 June 2022, Exhibition Luigi Colani und der Jugendstil, Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum, Bremen, Germany.

Einer großen Vielfalt an Produkten und Entwürfen des deutschen Designers Luigi Colani (1928-2019) stehen Objekte des exzentrisch-floralen Jugendstils in der Sonderausstellung „Luigi Colani und der Jugendstil. Natur Mensch Design“ im Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum gegenüber. Diese überraschende Kombination klärt sich mit dem Wissen auf, dass Colani mit dem Jugendstil mehrere Aspekte verband: Nicht nur, dass sowohl Hauptvertreter des Jugendstils wie Hector Guimard oder Henry van de Velde als auch Luigi Colani die Grenzen zwischen Kunst und Design auflösten; auch das übergeordnete Ziel, das hinter den geschwungenen Formen und der Verneinung von Ecken und Kanten stand, erlaubt es, eine klare Linie vom Jugendstil um 1900 zu Luigi Colani in den 1970er Jahren zu ziehen: Die Überzeugung, dass die Antwort der Gestaltung auf den technischen und industriellen Fortschritt nur in der Natur liegen kann. Und genau dieses übergeordnete Ziel macht den Jugendstil, Colanis Design und seine Visionen für die Zukunft des Menschen aktueller denn je.

5 February – 28 August 2022, Exhibition Alphonse Mucha, Kunstmuseum, Den Haag, The Netherlands.

This spring, Kunstmuseum Den Haag will be showing a large selection of Mucha’s work, in collaboration with the Mucha Foundation. His influential oeuvre, shown alongside Kunstmuseum Den Haag’s own collection of colourful glass and spectacular costumes from the late nineteenth century, will give a unique impression of Mucha’s Paris – the place where it all began.


28 January – 19 June 2022, Exhibition La Belle Époque de l’Art nouveau. Au temps de Bonnard et Mucha, Musée d’Art de Pully, Pully, Switzerland.

De Pierre Bonnard à Alphonse Mucha, en passant par Oskar Kokoschka, les artistes sont nombreux à devenir les acteurs d’un véritable phénomène culturel du XXe siècle, l’Art nouveau. Issues d’une collection privée, les oeuvres accrochées au Musée d’art de Pully, pour la plupart inédites en Suisse, témoignent de cette période vibrante qui a marqué l’entrée dans le siècle dernier.


28 January – 11 June 2022, Exhibition The Art of Wallpaper – Morris & Co., Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh, Scotland.

This exhibition focuses on Morris’ legacy and includes framed original samples, as well as interior layouts. The exhibition will place the visitor into the 19th and 20th-century interiors these wallpapers were made for. It is the first time many of these historic samples have been exhibited in the UK.  The collection includes some of Morris’s most famous patterns as well as wallpapers by acclaimed 19th and 20th Century designers, such as, Owen Jones, Dresser, Pugin, and Voysey. The largest section of the exhibition focuses on William Morris and his legacy. Key works include rare formal Victorian designs that predate Morris, Victorian woodblocks, and ‘kinkarakawakami’, the Japanese wallpaper produced for export that inspired him.

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18 December 2021 – 5 April 2022, Exhibition Timeless Mucha: The Magic of Line, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Taipei, Taiwan.

Including some 250 works, this timely reappraisal of Mucha’s graphic works will explore the development of his linear style and look at how it was rediscovered by later generations of artists, particularly the Psychedelic artists of the 1960s and 1970s, Japanese ‘manga’ artists of the 1970s to today, and subsequent generations of artists in Taiwan. The show will also focus on how Chinese artworks in Mucha’s own collection informed his oeuvre.

Here is a video (in Chinese) about the show:


12 December 2021 – 13 March 2022, Exhibition Jugendstil in Rosenheim, Galerie der Stadt Rosenheim, Germany.

Die Ausstellung präsentiert die Entwicklung der Jugendstil Epoche sowohl im internationalen als auch im regionalen Kontext. Lokale Künstler wie Emil Thoma, Hans Müller-Schnuttenbach oder Rudolf Sieck werden neben international renommierten Größen wie Franz von Stuck oder Carl von Marr ausgestellt, um die vielfältigen künstlerischen Interaktionen in der Bildenden Kunst aber auch in Architektur und Handwerk zu veranschaulichen.

The exhibition presents the development of this era in both an international and a regional context. Local artists such as Emil Thoma, Hans Müller-Schnuttenbach or Rudolf Sieck are presented alongside internationally famous artists such as Franz von Stuck or Alfons Mucha in order to illustrate the diverse artistic interactions in the fine arts but also in architecture and handicrafts.

7 December 2021 – 25 April 2022, Exhibition Galileo Chini and European Symbolism, Villa Bardini, Florence, Italy.

The exhibition examines the first 20 years of Chini’s artistic life (from about 1895 to 1914: from his early maturity to the threshold of the First World War), marked by the passionate adherence to the climate of international Symbolism and Art nouveau , which made him one of the greatest Italian artists of the time and one of the best known abroad, also admired by avant-garde artists who would revolutionize Italian art. Over 200 pieces are exhibited including paintings, drawings, illustrations and ceramics, illustrating links and parallels between Chini and the international art that inspired him, and that was often inspired by him.


7 November 2021 – 30 January 2022, Exhibition Loïe Fuller Superstar, Dancer of Light and Colour, Clemens Sels Museum, Neuss, Germany.

Loïe Fuller was one of the most innovative and fascinating artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In 1892 she first took Paris by storm with her Serpentine Dance, and then Europe. Her pioneering choreographies and technical innovations in the fields of dance, lighting and stage design as well as film had a lasting influence on many painters, sculptors, writers, theatre and film directors of her time and anticipated fundamental elements of 20th-century media and performance art. Her circle of admirers and friends included some of the most important artists, writers and scientists of her time, among them Auguste Rodin, Thomas Edison, Pierre and Marie Curie and Stéphane Mallarmé. Photographs, sculptures, films, drawings and advertising posters show the importance of “La Loïe” as a muse of the Parisian avant-garde and it-girl of the Belle Époque.

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23 October 2021 – 23 January 2022, Exhibition Alphonse Mucha: Art Nouveau Visionary, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, USA.

Featuring some 100 objects from the Mucha Trust collection, including rarely seen works from the artist’s family, the exhibition looks at Mucha’s contributions to the art nouveau style and how he later used his visual language to express his vision for the independent Czech nation.

The international scope of Mucha’s aesthetic, influences, and impact are elaborated in the exhibition and accompanying catalogue through the addition of works from the North Carolina Museum of Art collection and new research on their relationship to Mucha’s art and times.

23 October 2021 – 15 April 2022, Exhibition …Es ist Aufgetischt, Badehaus 3, Sprudelhof Bad Nauheim, Germany. Postponed

Bestecke, Tafelgerät, Trinkgläser und vieles mehr hat diese Ausstellung zu bieten. Sie zeigt das komplette Spektrum des feinen Tisches zwischen 1900 und 1930, geht also auch wieder zeitlich über den reinen Jugendstil hinaus und bildet auch die Stile ab, die teilweise deutlich beeinflusst vom Jugendstil sich später ausgebildet haben. Unter den Exponaten, die zu dieser Ausstellung gehören werden, befinden sich auch zahlreiche von namhaften und bis heute gut bekannten Künstlern, wie etwa Peter Behrens.

Der vielseitige Künstler Behrens (1868-1940) war sowohl als Designer und Typograf tätig, als auch als Architekt. Er gilt bis heute als Pionier des modernen Industriedesigns. Im Jahr 1899 gehörte er zu den Gründungsmitgliedern der Darmstädter Künstlerkolonie auf der Mathildenhöhe, die vom Großherzog Ernst Ludwig ins Leben gerufen worden war. Eben jener Ernst Ludwig war es auch, der für den Bau der Jugendstilanlagen in Bad Nauheim verantwortlich zeichnete. So verbindet sich auch in den Objekten von Peter Behrens die Geschichte der Mathildenhöhe mit den Bad Nauheimer Jugendstilbauten in denen sie nun ausgestellt werden.

22 October 2021 – 30 October 2022, Exhibition Gifts from the Fire: American Ceramics from the Collection of Martin Eidelberg. MET Museum, New York, USA.

This exhibition of over 150 works dating from the early 1880s to the early 1950s, features a selection from the recent gift to The Met by scholar Martin Eidelberg. This collection includes works of extraordinary diversity—with stylized decoration, often jewel-like glazes, and even displays of whimsy. Together, they illuminate the impressive accomplishments of American potteries and ceramists from cities across the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Emphasized throughout the exhibition are the creations of women artists, who had newly moved into professional pottery during this time.


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9 October 2021 – 30 January 2022, Exhibition Young Poland: The Polish Arts and Crafts Movement, 1890 – 1918, William Morris Gallery, London, UK.

The Young Poland movement emerged in the 1890s in response to the country’s non-existence for almost a century. From the end of the 18th-century Poland underwent successive partitions dividing the country between Russia, Austria and Prussia, resulting in the country disappearing from the map of Europe for 123 years. In the words of historian Norman Davies, Poland became “just a memory of the past and a hope of the future”. With the failure of military uprisings, culture became a means to preserve an endangered national identity.

The movement originated under the more liberal Austrian partition (known as Galicia), namely in Kraków and the nearby village of Zakopane (in the Tatra Mountains), and soon spread across the nation. It embraced an unprecedented flourishing of applied arts and the revival of crafts, drawing inspiration from nature, history, peasant traditions and craftsmanship to convey patriotic values.

3 October 2021 – 30 January 2022, Exhibition Albin MullerArchitekt Gestalter Lehrer, Institut Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt, Germany.

Im Herbst 2021 feiert das Institut Mathildenhöhe den 150. Geburtstag des Architekten, Designers und Raumkünstlers Albin Müller. Die Ausstellung im Museum Künstlerkolonie legt einen besonderen Schwerpunkt auf Müllers wechselseitige Tätigkeit als Künstler-Entwerfer und Lehrer in den Jahren 1900 bis 1914. Neben Entwürfen für Architektur und Raumkunst präsentiert die Ausstellung Möbel sowie Gebrauchs- und Ziergegenstände, die in Kooperation mit rund 25 Herstellerfirmen entstanden sind.

The Mathildenhöhe Darmstadt Institute will celebrate the 150th birthday of the architect, designer and spatial artist Albin Müller.


10 September 2021 – 30 November 2022, Exhibition Vive la France, Französische Fliesen aus der Zeit von 1840 bis 1950, Erstes Deutsches Fliesenmuseum, Boizenburg, Germany.

Die Ausstellung entstand durch den jahrelangen Kontakt des Fliesenmuseums zu Dr. Mario Baeck. Er ist ein Fliesenexperte und Kurator des Gilliot & Roelants Tegelmuseum in Hemiksen in der Nähe von Antwerpen in Belgien ( 400 bis 500 Fliesen wurden von ihm ausgewählt, darunter auch Fliesen aus der Kollektion des Sammlers Roberto Pozzo

Hier ein Link zu der Facebook-Seite des international renommierten Fliesenexperten Dr. Mario Baeck mit einem Video in dem er ein Interview zu der Ausstellung gibt:

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Brochure der Ausstellung: Seite 1, Seite 2.

2021_bad_nauheim_sprudelhof_jugendstilkeramik_exhibition11 July 2021 – 10 April 2022, Exhibition Jugendstilkeramik – Tendenzen einer neuen Zeit, Jugendstilforum in Bad Nauheim, Germany.

The 1st ever exhibition at the new Jugendstilforum! For ten years, the Bad Nauheim Art Nouveau Association pursued the goal of setting up a center for Art Nouveau in one of the largest (closed) Art Nouveau ensembles in Europe. At the basis of the Art Nouveau Forum collection are the objects from the collection of Manfred Geisler (Cologne). For many years he dedicated himself to the era around 1900 and primarily collected objects from the fields of ceramics, metal, glass and graphics. The Art Nouveau Forum in Bad Nauheim will is planning a total of five exhibitions by 2023, which will be shown in Badehaus 3 in addition to the permanent exhibition “The Solbad Nauheim through the ages”. 

2021_tentoonstelling-belgische-art-nouveautegel-in-de-pozzo-collectie1 July 2021 – 31 May 2022, Exhibition Belgische Art Nouveautegel in de collectie Roberto Pozzo, Gilliot & Roelants Tegelmuseum, Hemiksem, Belgium.

Exhibition on Belgian Art Nouveau tiles in the Roberto Pozzo collection. Mario Baeck has selected some 30 decorative panels and some 300 tiles that are among the finest examples of Belgian production. Both from Gilliot & Cie’s plant and from competitors like Boch Frères, Helman etc. In short: this is a MUST SEE exhibition for tile lovers as well as Art Nouveau aficionados in gerneral.

20 May 2021 – 9 January 2022, Exposition El Modernisme i les Flors, de la Natura a l’arquitectura, Museu de Granollers, Granollers, Spain.

The organizers of the exhibition invite us to see how artists and artisans captured the beauty of the plant world and reinterpreted it by adapting it with the arts applied to construction.The objects you see there belong to various museums in the Network of Local Museums to show how Modernism spread beyond the nerve center of Barcelona to other municipalities, where architectural elements of great beauty are preserved that are often unknown to the general public. 

The exhibition is a co-production between the Museums of Esplugues de Llobregat and the Art Museum of Cerdanyola del Vallès, which have had the collaboration of the Diputació de Barcelona.

2021_maison_autrique_indoor_gardens_exhibition6 May 2021 – 6 March 2022, Exhibition Indoor Gardens, Maison Autrique, Brussels, Belgium

The permanent introduction of greenery into people’s homes is revealing, as it shows us the connection that industrialised society forges with nature. Tending to plants is an uplifting and calming activity; instead of succumbing to the lure of nightlife, why not stay home and cultivate one’s plants?  Although it is often neglected by art history, this phenomenon provides us with a vital key to understanding the aesthetic development of interiors during that period. Having rare and expensive plants enhanced the prestige of elite social groups, as well as the status of a middle class that was finding its place under the sun. The plant kingdom and the fine arts consequently enjoyed an interesting partnership that favoured the genesis of Art Nouveau.

Alfons_Mucha_La_Nature_Paris_1900_at_the_allard_pierson_museum_amsterdam18 Dec 2021 – 24 April 2022, Exhibition Goddesses of the Art Nouveau, Karlsruhe, Germany.

The Allard Pierson (in Amsterdam) and two German partner museums are putting together an exhibition on the international movement of Art Nouveau. Flowing lines and floral motifs are important features of the style that set the tone throughout Europe between 1890 and 1914. At least as characteristic are the effigies of women. It concerns cliché images; women as divine apparitions borrowed from Classical Antiquity, Byzantine icons, medieval legends and contemporary muses. In the exhibition Goddesses of Art Nouveau, this phenomenon has been examined in the context of the social developments of the time.

This exhibition will travel to Braunschweig (13 Oct 2022 – 9 April 2023).

19 November 2021 – 6 March 2022, Exhibition Gaudí, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.

Twenty years after the celebration of the Gaudí Year, with this project the Museu Nacional undertakes a critical revision of the artist and architect’s work, which has a special place in its collection. Gaudí was not by any means the isolated, misunderstood genius that many of the books written about him, almost always hagiographies, have led us to believe. His work was not done just in a specific, local and international, artistic and architectural context; it was also part of some very concrete political, ideological and aesthetic strategies. A new exhibition about Gaudí can no longer repeat the well-worn clichés; it must focus on Gaudí as a most complex man working in a multiple context.

The exhibition will travel to the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, where it will be on view from 12 April to 17 July 2022.

4 November 2021 – 4 February 2022, Exhibition Paris- Barcelona, Museu del Modernisme de Barcelona & Gothsland Galeria, Barcelona, Spain.

2021_Paris-BarcelonaThe exhibition focuses on nine women who stood out in the artistic scene of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The exhibition will offer a new vision of the relationship between the two capitals, Paris and Barcelona. For the first time, the exhibition will have two venues, the Museum del Modernisme de Barcelona -which is reopening to host this exhibition- and the Gothsland Gallery. In the words of Gabriel Pinós, curator of the exhibition, “the aim is for the visitor to have a museum experience, with in-depth and detailed documentation of each of the works on display and, in so doing, to highlight the cultural capital of both cities since the discovery of the women who were in front of and behind the great works of the Belle Époque”.


Travelling Exhibition The Triumph of Nature

The Triumph of Nature brings together approximately 120 of the finest Art Nouveau treasures from the rich holdings of the Chrysler Museum of Art, drawing primarily from the collection of Walter P. and Jean Chrysler.

Designing for a range of clients and settings including domestic interiors, innovative artists such as de Feure, Majorelle, and Gallé fashioned their eclectic works to play off each other in harmonious visual arrangements, conceiving of Art Nouveau as an enveloping style. To fully illustrate this concept, this comprehensive exhibition gathers a profusion of Art Nouveau works and accessories – furniture, paintings, sculpture, mosaics, books, posters, prints, lamps, glass from one of the country’s finest and largest collections, and other stunning objets d’art – all of them originally designed and coordinated to complement each other in elaborate ensembles.

The Triumph of Nature celebrates the florid, languorous curves, natural motifs, and refined elegance of Art Nouveau furniture, glass, and other works that have entranced generations of collectors and museumgoers since the apex of this brief but intense movement around the turn of the twentieth century.

17 Nov 2023 – 15 Mar 2024, Lightner Museum, St. Augustine, FL, USA
13 Apr 2024 – 14 Jul 2024, Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, VA, USA
27 Sept 2024 – 11 Jan 2025, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, Little Rock, AR, USA
12 Feb 2025 – 11 May 2025, Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State University, State College, PA, USA
18 Oct 2025 – 11 Jan 2026, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH, USA


Travelling Exhibition Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style

At the end of the nineteenth century, the Glasgow Style emerged as the major manifestation of Art Nouveau in Britain. This exhibition showcases Charles Rennie Mackintosh—the greatest exponent of the Glasgow Style—as an architect, designer, and artist, and contextualizes his production within a larger circle of designers and craftspeople in the major Scottish city. Mackintosh worked most closely with his wife, Margaret Macdonald; Margaret’s sister, Frances Macdonald; and Frances’ husband, James Herbert McNair. They met as students at the progressive Glasgow School of Art in 1892 and together were known as The Four.

Combining influences from the Arts and Crafts movement, Celtic Revival, and Japonism, Glasgow artists created their own modern design aesthetic, synonymous with sleek lines and emphatic geometries expressed in a wide range of materials. The exhibition presents 165 works of fine and decorative art, including architectural drawings, books, ceramics, furniture, posters, textiles, and watercolors, drawn from Glasgow’s most significant public and private collections.

Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style is a touring exhibition co-organized by Glasgow Museums and the American Federation of Arts. The exhibition comprises works from the collections of Glasgow City Council (Museums and Collections), with loans from Scottish collections and private lenders. Support for the US national tour is provided by the Dr. Lee MacCormick Edwards Charitable Foundation.

A beautifully illustrated exhibition catalogue is available.

11 June 2021 – 12 September 2021Frist Art Museum, Nashville, TN
30 October 2021 – 23 January 2022Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM
19 February 2022 – 15 May 2022Museum of the American Arts & Crafts Movement, St. Petersburg, FL

Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style

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.

Tiffany Studios, Two Vases, 1898-1900

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 2019Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, Alabama, USA
16 Feb 2019 – 19 May 2019, Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa, USA
16 Jun 2019 – 8 Sept 2019, Munson Williams Proctor Art Institute, Utica, NY, USA
Oct 2019 – Jan 2020Cummer Museum & Gardens, Jacksonville, Florida, USA
1 Feb 2020 – 6 Sept 2020, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia, USA
6 March 2021 – 25 April 2021, Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan, USA

6 June 2021 – 12 Sept 2021, Crocker Museum of Art, Sacramento, California, USA
2 Oct 2021 – 13 Feb 2022, Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, Spokane, WA, USA
12 March 2022 – 5 Jun 2022, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, USA

Traveling ExhibitionVictorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement

Pre-Rafaelite Exhibitions in the USAThe 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 2019Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK, USA
9 Feb 2019 – 5 May 2019Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL, USA
13 Jun 2019 – 8 Sep 2019Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA, USA
10 Oct 2019 – 5 Jan 2020San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX, USA
13 Feb 2020 – 10 May 2020Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT, USA
6 March 2021 – 30 May 2021 – Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV, USA
29 Oct 2020 – 14 Jan 2021The Frick Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
4 Mar 2021 – 30 May 2021Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico
6 Nov 2021 – 30 Jan 2022, The Frick Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Publication available for purchase here.

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 2020Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY, USA
8 Feb 2019 – 10 May 2020Paine Art Center & Gardens, Oshkosh, WI, USA
26 Sept 2020 – 3 Jan 2021 – Reading Public Museum, Reading, PA, USA
5 June 2021 – 26 Sept 2021 – Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Ft. Wayne, IN, USA
25 Oct 2021 – 21 Jan 2022Appleton Art Museum, Ocala, FL, USA


Travelling Exhibition L’Affichomania: The Passion for French Posters.

Showcasing the remarkable work of five master printmakers, including Jules ChéretAlphonse MuchaEugéne GrassetThéophile 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
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
3 Sept 2021 – 19 Feb 2022, Brigham Young Uni. Museum of Art, Provo, UT
17 Jun 2022 – 14 Aug 2022, Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA

L'Affichomania, Passion for French Posters

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. 

The Morse Museum Florida

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.

László Gyugyi Collection

Maison CauchieThe 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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