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Marie-Antoinette, a Queen in Versailles

/ Oct 18, 2016

Marie-Antoinette, a Queen in Versailles

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Oct. 25-Feb. 26 The life of Marie Antoinette — the French queen infamous for her penchant for extravagance in fashion and the arts — is explored in this comprehensive exhibition revealing her lavish and ultimately doomed life. Around 150 works of art and furnishings ...

The Anatomy of Colors

/ Oct 18, 2016

The Anatomy of Colors

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Oct. 22-Dec. 18 This exhibition showcases the complicated process of creating colored pigments by taking a close look at the materials used to produce the vibrant woodblock prints of the Edo Period (1603-1868). Around 100 works, including original and replica kuniezu (provincial maps of ...

Pierre Alechinsky

/ Oct 11, 2016

Pierre Alechinsky

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Oct. 19-Dec. 8 Belgian artist Pierre Alechinsky is best known for his distinctive and powerful brushwork that effortlessly shifts between the figurative and abstract. After making a name for himself in the postwar art world as a member of the avant-garde art collective Cobra, ...

Dutch Modern Design: Rietveld / Bruna / Ado

/ Sep 13, 2016

Dutch Modern Design: Rietveld / Bruna / Ado

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Sept. 17-Nov. 23 During the late 19th to mid-20th-century, the Netherlands gained a global reputation as a center for innovative design — a position it maintains today. An exploration of Dutch design, this exhibition focuses on three great designers of that modern era: furniture ...

'Hiroshi Sugimoto: Lost Human Genetic Archive'

/ Aug 30, 2016

'Hiroshi Sugimoto: Lost Human Genetic Archive'

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Sept. 3-Nov. 13 For the opening exhibition of the rebranded Tokyo Photographic Art Museum (formerly the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography), acclaimed Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto asks us to reflect on our way of life and how it affects the environment. The New York-based ...

'Meiji Kogei: Amazing Japanese Art'

/ Aug 30, 2016

'Meiji Kogei: Amazing Japanese Art'

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Sept. 7-Oct. 30 This upcoming exhibition celebrating Japan’s Meiji Era (1868-1912) aims to live up to its name by setting out to amaze even the most erudite of art and culture fans. More than 100 works of traditional crafts from Meiji Japan — including ...