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Calendar London Annely Juda. A new project by Suzanne Treister is on view to 17th July. Six studies by John Lessore for his painting Six British paralympic athletes, commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery, are also on view to 17th July. Art Space. Paintings by Stephen Finer; to 31st July. Barbican. A major retrospective of the work of Helen Chadwick (later travelling to Manchester) and an exhibition on the two key figures of Mexican modernist photography, Tina Modotti and Edward Weston, are concurrent to 1st August. British Museum. Some 150 prints and drawings from the collection of Alexander Walker (1930–2003), described as the most important bequest of modern works to the Museum in 50 years, are on view to 9th January (Fig.85). Browse and Darby. The annual exhibition of 19th- and 20th-century British and French art runs to 30th July. Drawings, monotypes and bronzes by Degas; also to 30th July. Camden Arts Centre. New paintings and films by the Polish artist Wilhelm Sasnal and a multi-media exhibition by Ben Ravenscroft and Sam Basu; both to 22nd August. Crane Kalman. An exhibition of 20th-century British landscape painting includes work by Bomberg, Hitchens, Nash, Nicholson, Sutherland and Spencer; to 31st July. Daniel Katz. The annual exhibition of European sculpture, seen previously in New York, includes works spanning the 10th to 19th centuries; to 23rd July. De Morgan Centre. An exhibition of rarely seen drapery studies by Evelyn De Morgan is on view to 10th November. Dulwich Picture Gallery. An exhibition of Henry Moore’s sculpture and drawings takes place here to 12th September; to be reviewed. Estorick Collection. The Changing Face of Italy, 1855– 1935 is an exhibition of historic photographs from the archives of the Florence photographic studio Fratelli Alinari; to 19th September. Faggionato Fine Arts. Paintings by Morandi; to 30th July. Fine Art Society. Works on paper by Edward Lear; 3rd to 22nd July. Fleming Collection. Scottish landscape paintings from the National Gallery of Scotland are on view here to 4th September. Flowers East. A retrospective of paintings by Joseph Herman runs from 4th to 31st July. Frost & Reed. The annual exhibition of 19th- and 20th-century French painting runs to 16th July. Gagosian Gallery. Ten new paintings and a sculpture by Cy Twombly (at Britannia St.); and The innocents, a photographic project by Taryn Simon (at Heddon St.); both to 31st July. Geffrye Museum. The second part of Home and Garden: Domestic Spaces in Paintings, reviewed in last month’s issue, is on view to 18th July. Gimpel Fils. Collages and text works by the American artist Ray Johnson; to 10th July. Haunch of Venison. Animals is a group exhibition with work by, among others, Katharina Fritsch, Bruce Nauman, Kiki Smith and Bill Viola; to 11th September. Hauser & Wirth. Recent audio and video work by Anri Sala; to 17th July. Hayward Gallery. A retrospective of the photographs of Jacques Henri Lartigue runs to 5th September. James Hyman. The Challenge of Post-War Painting looks at British art 1950–65, with work by Auerbach, Heron, Lanyon, Scott and others; to 4th September. Karsten Schubert. Work by Bridget Riley from the 1960s; through August. Kenwood House. New sculptures by Anthony Caro are on view in the Orangery to 25th July.

85. Jungle boy, by David Hockney. 1964. Etching and aquatint in black and red, 40 by 48.7 cm. (Alexander Walker Bequest, British Museum, London).

Library and Museum of Freemasonry. The life and art of John Pine, friend of Hogarth, engraver and freemason, is explored in an exhibition running from 5th July to 17th September. Lisson Gallery. Video and text works by Dan Graham are on view (at 29 Bell St.) from 12th July to 28th August; an ‘action’ by Santiago Sierra will take place on 12th July. Marlborough. A survey show of Frank Auerbach’s drawings is on view, together with three new paintings, to 24th July. Maureen Paley/Interim Art. New photographic work by Hannah Starkey; to 25th July. Mayor Gallery. Paintings by Kurt Seligmann (1900– 62); to 30th July. National Gallery. Russian Landscape in the Age of Tolstoy, recently seen in Groningen, runs here to 12th September; to be reviewed. The Gallery’s touring exhibition Making Faces is shown on home ground from 22nd July to 26th September. National Maritime Museum. A major retrospective of the work of the 18th-century landscape painter William Hodges includes works painted on his travels with Captain Cook and the East India Company; 6th July to 21st November. National Portrait Gallery. Off the beaten track: three centuries of women travellers brings together 60 portraits spanning the 17th to 20th centuries from the permanent collection, alongside photographs and paintings made by the women on their travels; 7th July to 31st October. This year’s BP Portrait Award exhibition runs to 19th September. Photographs of Lucian Freud at work by his studio assistant David Dawson; to 1st August. Portrait photographs by Bill Brandt; to 30th August. Pyms Gallery. 20th-century works on paper by Orpen, John, Nolan, Riley, Scully and others; to 16th July. Queen’s Gallery. An exhibition here focuses on George III and his consort, Queen Charlotte, as collectors and patrons; to 9th January 2005. Robert Sandelson. An exhibition of Erté’s original gouaches for his Alphabet (1927–32) is on view to 30th July. Royal Academy. A retrospective of the paintings of Tamara de Lempicka is on view to 30th August. The Summer Exhibition, selected by David Hockney and Allen Jones, runs to 18th August; this year’s featured artist is Richard Long. 50 photographs of British artists by Jorge Lewinski, taken in 1962–95, are on view in the Friends Room to 21st September. Saatchi Gallery. New Blood, New Young Artists, New Acquisitions remains on view to the end of the year. Serpentine Gallery. New and existing sculptures, drawings and photographs by Gabriel Orozco; to 30th August. Sketch. New video, photographic and neon works by Tracey Emin; to 10th July.

Soane Museum. Saving Wotton: The Remarkable Story of a Soane Country House; 2nd July to 25th September. Somerset House. In the Hermitage Rooms, Heaven on Earth: Art from Islamic Lands runs to 22nd August. South London Gallery. A solo exhibition by the American artist Tom Friedman runs to 1st August. St James’s and Mayfair. London’s leading drawings dealers are holding individual gallery exhibitions throughout the area; 3rd to 9th July; for further information see www.masterdrawingsinlondon.co.uk. Strang Print Room. Lithographs by Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet (1792–1845); to 30th September. Tate Britain. Art and the 60s: This Was Tomorrow runs to 26th September; to be reviewed. Art of the Garden looks at images of gardens in British art from Constable to Freud; to 30th August. Semi-detached, a new installation by Michael Landy is on view in the Duveen Galleries to 12th December. Tate Modern. The retrospective of the work of Edward Hopper runs here to 5th September (then in Cologne); to be reviewed. A retrospective of the paintings of Luc Tuymans is on view to 26th September (then in Düsseldorf); to be reviewed. Cubism and its Legacy celebrates the 1994 gift to Tate of 55 works from the collection of Gustav and Elly Kahnweiler; to 31st October. In the Turbine Hall, Head to Head brings together 40 sculptural busts and video portraits from the Tate collection; to 30th August. Timothy Taylor. New work by Alex Katz; to 10th July; to be reviewed. Victoria and Albert Museum. A centenary retrospective devoted to the photographs of Bill Brandt (1904–83) runs to 25th July. An exhibition of sound works by, among others, Gillian Wearing and Jane and Louise Wilson runs to 30th August. Victoria Miro. A retrospective exhibition of paintings by Alice Neel runs to 31st July; to be reviewed. After Image looks at how four artists, Simryn Gill, Ana Mendieta, Cindy Sherman and Francesco Woodman, explore identity and sexuality through photographs of their own bodies; also to 31st July. Wallace Collection. Fighting For Napoleon: two battle paintings by Horace Vernet is a display around two paintings of Napoleonic battles on loan from the National Gallery but once in the collection of the 4th Marquess of Hertford; to 12th September. White Cube. New paintings and a film by Sarah Morris; to 10th July; to be reviewed; followed by Eclipse: Towards the Edge of the Visible, a group exhibition including De Keyser, Gonzales-Torres, Hatoum and Wyn Evans; 16th July to 21st August. Whitechapel Art Gallery. The re-launched East End Academy open exhibition (first held in 1932) runs to 29th August.

Great Britain and Ireland Barnard Castle, Bowes Museum. An international loan exhibition, Boudin, Monet and the Sea Painters of Normandy, runs to 30th August. Birmingham, Ikon Gallery. Solo exhibitions by the New York artist Paul Ramirez Jonas and the Japanese artist Noguchi Rika are concurrent to 18th July. Bowness-on-Windermere, Blackwell. The Anderson collection of art nouveau furniture and objects, from the Sainsbury Centre, Norwich, is on show here from 22nd July to 3rd October. Brighton, Museum and Art Gallery. New sculpture and works on paper by Ana Maria Pacheco; to 3rd October. Bristol, Royal West of England Academy. Naked includes representations of the human figure by Blackadder, Hilton and Vaughan; 4th to 31st July. Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum. The museum has re-opened to the public following the completion of a major building development which also encompasses refurbished galleries and a redisplay of the collections (see the Editorial on p.443 above). the burl ington m agazin e

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Cambridge, Kettle’s Yard. An exhibition drawn from the collection of the Pier Arts Centre, Stromness (currently undergoing refurbishment; Fig.86) marks the 25th anniversary of its foundation and the 100th birthday of the collection’s creator, Margaret Gardiner; 10th July to 12th September. Video works by Douglas Allsop; also to 12th September. Cardiff, National Museum and Gallery of Wales. Raphael’s Madonna of the pinks, recently acquired by the National Gallery, London, and under pressure to be seen by as many people as possible, is continuing its nationwide tour here from 3rd July to 19th September (next in Glasgow). Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past, seen earlier at the British Museum, is here to 5th September. Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum. Works from the Sitwell family collection at Renishaw Hall are on view here from 24th July to 4th September. Compton, Watts Gallery. A loan exhibition of work by Watts and his contemporaries runs to 31st October; to be reviewed in conjunction with forthcoming exhibitions and displays, marking the centenary of Watts’s death, at the National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain and the Royal Academy. Dublin, Irish Museum of Modern Art. Sophie Calle: M’as tu vue?, reviewed at its Paris showing in the April issue, is on view here to 15th August (then in Berlin and Aachen). Recent paintings by the Spanish artist Margherita Manzelli; to 12th September. Sculpture and drawings, new and old, by Marc Quinn; to 12th September. Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland. An exhibition of still lifes by Meléndez, previously in Madrid, largely draws on the Prado’s collection but also incorporates some loans; to 5th September; to be reviewed. Edinburgh, City Art Centre. The centenary exhibition of portrait photographs by Cecil Beaton, recently in London, is here from 10th July to 26th September. Edinburgh, Holyroodhouse. 17th-century Dutch paintings from the Royal Collection are on display here; to 7th November. Edinburgh, Ingleby Gallery. From Here to Eternity includes work by Garry Fabian Miller, Richard Long and James Turrell; to 24th July. Edinburgh, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. In the Dean Gallery, a major retrospective of the work of Eduardo Paolozzi, marking the artist’s 80th birthday, runs to 31st October. The exhibition of work by Jasper Johns since 1983, reviewed at its Minneapolis showing in the April issue, is here from 10th July to 19th September. Edinburgh, Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Portrait miniatures from the collection of the National Galleries of Scotland are on view here to 5th September. Gateshead, Baltic. A retrospective of work by Susan Hillier from 1969 to the present, including a new audio installation, runs to 18th July. Glasgow, CCA Galleries. This year’s Beck’s Futures exhibition, reviewed at its London showing in last month’s issue, is on view here to 25th July. Glasgow, Hunterian Art Gallery. Stubbs and the Hunters brings together works by Stubbs commissioned by John and William Hunter; to 2nd October. Kendal, Abbot Hall Art Gallery. A substantial loan exhibition of paintings by Sickert is on view from 9th July to 30th October. The touring retrospective of Lucian Freud’s etchings is here to 26th September (then in Cambridge, Birmingham and London). Leeds, Henry Moore Institute. With Hidden Noise: Sculpture, Video and Ventriloquism challenges the notion of sculpture as a ‘silent art’ through works by Duchamp, Muñoz, Woodrow, Oursler et al.; to 8th August. Lewes, Town Hall. Henry Moore: Land and Sea, a tripartite exhibition of sculpture and works on paper, takes place here (to 31st August), at the nearby Charleston Gallery (to 29th August) and at the Château Musée de Dieppe (10th July to 3rd October).

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86. Small red square with green and yellow, by Patrick Heron. 1958. 50 by 40 cm. (Pier Arts Centre, Stromness; exh. Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge).

Liverpool, Tate. A Secret History of Clay looks at the use of clay in 20th-century sculpture, ceramics, installation and performance art; to 30th August. Rhinegold presents a selection of contemporary art from Cologne; to 22nd August. The American version of Antony Gormley’s installation Field is on view to 22nd August. A new installation by Kara Walker is on show to 31st October. Manchester, Cornerhouse. The Hayward Gallery touring exhibition Incommunicado is here to 11th July. Manchester, Whitworth Art Gallery. A considerably expanded version of the exhibition Blasting the Future: Vorticism in Britain 1910–20, recently in London and reviewed in last month’s issue, is on view here to 25th July. Milton Keynes Gallery. Paintings by Elizabeth Magill; 17th July to 12th September. Newcastle upon Tyne, Hatton Gallery. Bad Behaviour, an Arts Council touring exhibition of ‘subversive’ British art of the 1980s and 1990s, runs from 3rd July to 14th August (then in Portadown). Newport, Museum and Art Gallery. The touring exhibition surveying the first 25 years of the St Ives Society of Artists, 1927–52, has its final showing here to 10th July. Norwich, Norwich Gallery. The 2004 EAST International runs from 5th July to 31st August. Norwich, Sainsbury Centre. New ceramics by Rupert Spira; to 25th July. Nottingham, Lakeside Arts Centre. ‘Hooked on books’: the library of Sir John Soane, architect, 1753–1837; to 30th August. Oldham, Gallery Oldham. British landscape photographs from the Arts Council collection; to 31st July. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum. The exhibition A Treasured Inheritance explores 600 years of Oxford college silver; to 19th September. Oxford, Modern Art Oxford. New installations, sculptures and video works by Emily Jacir and Yael Bartana, shown alongside a selection of wartime photographs by Lee Miller; 20th July to 12th September. Salisbury, Roche Court New Art Centre. Water sculptures by William Pye and a ceramic installation by Edmund de Waal are on view to 5th September. Sheffield, Graves Art Gallery. The William Roberts retrospective, recently in Newcastle, runs here to 4th September; to be reviewed. Southampton, City Art Gallery. A retrospective of paintings by Ben Hartley (1933–96) is on view to 26th September.

Aarhus, ARoS Kunstmuseum. 50 works by American Pop artists from the Museum Ludwig, Cologne, are on view here to 5th September. Amsterdam, Historisch Museum. Paintings and photographs of Amsterdam by George Hendrik Breitner (1857–1923); to 4th September. Amsterdam, Rembrandthuis. Graphic work by Willem den Ouden is on view here to 19th September. Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum. The highlight of the inaugural display at the Stedelijk’s temporary premises on the Oosterdokskade is an exhibition drawn from the Museum’s substantial holdings of 20th-century furniture; to 29th August. Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum. Manet and the Sea, previously in Chicago and Philadelphia and reviewed in the April issue, has its final showing here to 26th September. Andros, Goulandris Foundation. A major loan exhibition explores the numerous ways in which Picasso was influenced by ancient Greek art and culture; to 26th September. Antibes, Musée Picasso. A retrospective devoted to the Italian painter Alberto Magnelli (1888–1971) runs from 3rd July to 10th October. Antwerp, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten. The exhibitions devoted to Rubens and his time continue here with the international loan exhibition of Flemish landscape painting, seen earlier in Essen and Vienna and reviewed in the March issue (to 1st August) and Copyright Rubens, exploring how Rubens oversaw the production of prints after his work (to 12th September; then in Québec), a topic further explored in a concurrent exhibition at the Rockoxhuis, Rubens in Black and White, while in the Museum Plantin-Moretus an exhibition focuses on Rubens and the art of book illustration. (See also Epinal and Genoa.) Antwerp, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst. An exhibition of artists’ books by, inter alia, Baldessari, LeWitt, Thater and Weiner runs to 29th August. Athens, Frissiras Museum. Gods Becoming Men, an international group exhibition curated by Edward Lucie-Smith, runs from 13th July to 15th September. Athens, National Gallery of Art. An exhibition explores representations of the human figure in the work of six European sculptors, Rodin, Bourdelle, Maillol, Brancusi, Giacometti and Moore; to 30th September. Athens, National Glyptothèque. This new gallery’s inaugural exhibition is devoted to Henry Moore, with a particular focus on the influence of ancient Greek themes on the sculptor’s work; to 31st October. Baden, Langmatt Museum. A loan exhibition on Corot and early open-air painting runs to 18th July. Barcelona, Museu Picasso. An international loan exhibition, Picasso: War and Peace runs to 26th September. Basel, Fondation Beyeler. An exhibition exploring the links between Calder and Miró is on view to 5th September; to be reviewed in next month’s issue. Basel, Kunstmuseum. Arp/Schwitters, reviewed on p.488 above, runs to 22nd August. Basel, Museum für Gegenwartskunst. A survey of 20 years of work by the American artist Louise Lawler (b.1947) is on show to 29th August. Basel, Museum Jean Tinguely. The major loan exhibition devoted to Kurt Schwitters, reviewed on p.488 above, continues to 22nd August.


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Dresden, Kunstgewerbemuseum. Tulpomanie explores how the fascination with tulips found its expression in 16th- and 17th-century art; to 8th August. Dresden, Residenzschloss. Meissen für die Zaren: Porzellan als Mittel sächsisch-russischer Politik im 18. Jahrhundert; 4th July to 26th September. Duisburg, Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum. The male nude in the sculpture of Lehmbruck is the focus of an exhibition running here to 12th December; the touring exhibition on the work of Joseph Beuys for children, Thinking, Talking, Doing!, runs to 1st August. Düsseldorf, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen. The Donald Judd exhibition recently at Tate Modern and reviewed in the May issue, is on show here to 5th September. Recent works by Thomas Schütte are on view to 19th September. Ecouen, Musée national de la Renaissance. The Renaissance in Croatia is the subject of an exhibition here to 12th July (then in Zagreb). Eindhoven, Van Abbemuseum. An exhibition by Paul McCarthy, including some 200 drawings by the artist made between 1967 and the present, runs to 24th October. An installation by Joseph Kosuth is on view in the Museum’s tower and is accompanied by an exhibition curated by the artist, focusing on his work The second investigation (1968–70); to March 2005. Epinal, Musée Départemental d’Art Ancien et Contemporain. Rubens Contre Poussin, seen earlier at Arras, focuses on the famous ‘Querelle du Coloris’ in late 17th-century French painting; to 27th September; to be reviewed. Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi. I giardini delle regine explores the myth of the city of Florence that its 19th- and early 20th-century foreign visitors created in novels, poetry and paintings; to 31st August. Florence, Palazzo Medici Riccardi. The second part of the opening of the ‘stanze segrete’ in this palace includes works made for Duke Cosimo I de’ Medici and his successors; to 26th September. Florence, Palazzo Strozzi. The Botticelli exhibition, seen in Paris and reviewed in the January issue, runs here to 11th July. Foligno, Palazzo Trinci. An exhibition of Nicolò di Liberatore (L’Alunno) is here to 3rd October. Frankfurt, Museum fur Angewandte Kunst. Over 400 fine objects made by European goldsmiths between 1560 and 1860 are brought together in an exhibition here to 1st August. Frankfurt, Schirn Kunsthalle. 20th-century art made for children, with works by Picasso, Klee, Warhol and Bauhaus artists, is the subject of a large loan exhibition on view here to 18th July. A comprehensive retrospective devoted to the work of James Lee Byars (1932–97) also runs to 18th July. Frankfurt, Städelsches Kunstinstitut. A special display focuses on the Pan and Syrinx by Rubens and Jan Brueghel the Elder recently re-acquired by the Gemäldegalerie, Kassel; to 22nd August. The touring exhibition Charlotte Salomon 1917– 1943. Life? Or Theatre? runs to 22nd August. Geneva, Musée d’art et d’histoire. Works by Félix Vallotton in Geneva’s public collections are on show here to 29th August. Geneva, Musée Rath. An international loan exhibition explores the iconography of Cleopatra throughout the ages; to 1st August. Genoa, Palazzo Doria Tursi. The inaugural exhibition of the ‘Musei di Strada Nuova’ includes 60 loans from the RIBA, London, illustrating the city’s palatial architecture, some published in 1622 by Rubens; to 5th September. Genoa, Palazzo Ducale. The Age of Rubens: Genoese Houses, Patrons and Collectors, reviewed in last month’s issue, runs to 11th July. Genoa, Palazzo Reale. Masterpieces from the Durazzo collection: from Tintoretto to Rubens; 14th July to 3rd October. Grenoble, Musée. An exhibition drawn from the primitive art collection of Liliane and Michel DurandDessert is on show from 10th July to 4th October.

Groningen, Groninger Museum. An exhibition on Flemish Expressionism is on view to 22nd August. The Hague, Gemeentemuseum. 19th- and 20thcentury French works from the National Museum, Belgrade, are on view here to 22nd August. New work by the British-born, American-based artist Alan Uglow; to 12th September. The Hague, Museum voor Actuele Kunst. Installations, sculptures and drawings by the Chinese–French artist Chen Zhen (1955–2000); to 15th August. Hamburg, Bucerius Kunst Forum. Here and at the Jenisch Haus the international loan exhibition Wolkenbilder focuses on the depiction of clouds in the work of artists such as Constable, Turner, Friedrich, Corot, Dahl and many others; to 5th September (then in Berlin and Aarau). Hamburg, Kunsthalle. Paintings by Max Liebermann of his house and garden by the shore of the Grosser Wannsee are on show to 26th September. Drawings and watercolours by Johann Georg von Dillis from the Historisches Verein von Oberbayern are highlighted in a display; to 12th September. Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe. The Renaissance and Baroque taste and aesthetics at the Dresden Court are the subject of an exhibition of paintings, sculpture, gold and silver, arms and armour on loan from several Dresden museums; to 26th September. Helsinki, Amos Anderson Museum. An exhibition focusing on 16th- and 17th-century fish still lifes in the Netherlands, seen earlier in Utrecht, runs here to 8th August. Helsinki, Design Museum. A major retrospective devoted to the Finnish designer Alvar Aalto runs to 26th September. Helsinki, Konstmuseet Ateneum. French paintings from the Musée des beaux-arts, Lille; to 18th July. Humlebaek, Louisiana Museum. A retrospective devoted to the Danish architect Jorn Utzon (b.1918), runs to 29th August. An exhibition on four women photographers – Hannah Culwick, the Countess di Castiglione, Claude Cahun and Cindy Sherman – is on view to 12th September. Illegio di Tolmezzo (Carnia), Casa della Esposizioni. A loan exhibition of some 100 works depicting episodes from the life of St Florian includes sculpture, metalwork, paintings and drawings spanning 12 centuries; to 30th September. Jerusalem, Israel Museum. A loan exhibition on the early 20th-century Russian avant garde, with a focus on Malevich, runs to 9th August. Krems, Kunsthalle. A substantial loan exhibition Longing for paradise: from Gauguin to Nolde explores the notion of the South Seas in works by early European modernists; to 24th October. Lausanne, Fondation de l’Hermitage. Pre-Columbian ceramics from the Barbier-Mueller Museum in Barcelona are on display here to 24th October. Lausanne, Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts. Largescale paintings from 1980 to the present by Albert Oehlen; to 5th September. Le Puy-en-Velay, Musée Crozatier. A monographic exhibition of the work of the sculptor Pierre Julien (1731–1804) runs here to 31st October. Ligornetto, Museo Vela. An exhibition exploring Winckelmann’s role in the rediscovery of Egyptian art runs here to 14th November. Lille, Palais des beaux-arts. 19th-century drawings from the permanent collection are highlighted in a display running to 1st September. Lisbon, Museu Calouste Gulbenkian. An international loan exhibition explores the mutual influence on art, taste and style between the Portuguese and Mughal empires; to 5th September. Lisbon, Palácio Nacional de Queluz. Lead Astray: new shared sculptures by Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon, recently at Roche Court Sculpture Park, is on show here to 5th September. Lucca, Museo di Villa Guinigi. An exhibition dedicated to Matteo Civitali and his time explores the arts in Lucca c.1470–1500; to 11th July; to be reviewed. the burl ington m agazin e

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Luxembourg, Villa Vauban. The museum’s collection of 17th-century Dutch and Flemish paintings is augmented with Dutch and Flemish works from the Royal Museum in Antwerp; to 5th December. Lyon, Musée des Beaux-Arts. A loan retrospective of paintings by Léger runs to 20th September. Madrid, Museo del Prado. An exhibition explores the first 100 years of the museum’s history (1819– 1920) through photographs, lithographs, paintings and plans; to 26th September. El Greco’s three paintings for the decoration of the former Oballe Chapel in the church of San Vicente, Toledo, now divided between the Escorial and the San Nicolás de Bari, Toledo, are reunited in a display; to 19th September. Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. A survey exhibition, selected by Barbara Rose, investigates the monochrome in 20th-century art from Malevich to the present; to 6th September. Exhibitions of work by Tàpies and Schnabel run to 15th August and 6th September respectively. Dalí and Mass Culture; to 30th August. Madrid, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. Gerard David’s Crucifixion from the permanent collection will be confronted with David’s Baptism of Christ from Bruges in a special display which also includes loans from Cleveland and Philadelphia; to 22nd August. Málaga, Contemporary Art Centre. The first solo exhibition in Spain by Jake and Dinos Chapman runs to 25th July. Marseille, Musée Cantini. An exhibition of acquisitions made since 1989 includes work by Derain, Léger, Breton, Moholy-Nagy and de Staël; to 31st October. Marseilles, Musée de la Faience. An exhibition organised in collaboration with the ceramics museums in Sèvres and Limoges, highlights some 210 pieces of Chinese porcelain from the permanent collection; to 10th October. Martigny, Fondation Pierre Gianadda. Masterpieces spanning El Greco to Picasso from the Phillips Collection, Washington, are on show to 27th September. Milan, Triennale exhibition centre. The exhibition on Sironi, previously seen in Bologna, explores the artist’s large-scale decorations through drawings and maquettes; to 25th July. Montauban, Musée Ingres. Picasso Ingres, reviewed at its Paris showing on p.485 above, runs here from 9th July to 3rd October. Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery. Berlin–Moscow 1950–2000, reviewed at its Berlin showing in the January issue, runs here to 15th July. Munich, Alte Pinakothek. Flemish baroque paintings from the permanent collection (Fig.87), which are not normally on show and in spring 2005 will travel to the Residence Palace for permanent display, are highlighted in a special exhibition; to 5th September. Munich, Haus der Kunst. A large survey of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s photographs of industrial structures is on view to 19th September. Munich, Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung. A new kind of art? A different kind of nature! explores, once more, the relations between painting and photography in the 19th century; to 18th July. Munich, Lenbachhaus. A retrospective devoted to Willi Baumeister runs to 25th July. Munich, Neue Pinakothek. To mark the 100th anniversary of the death of Franz von Lenbach, a display of his portraits takes place here, while in the Schack-Galerie early works and later rural scenes are on view; both to 8th August. Naples, Castel Sant’Elmo. An exhibition on the work of Pino Pascali is here to 18th July. Nîmes, Musée d’Art Contemporain. Contre-images examines the relationship between art and photography in work by Brancusi, Giacometti, Smithson, Richter, Penone, Tuymans and others; to 26th September. Ornans, Musée Courbet. Depictions of rivers and the sea in the work of Courbet and later artists, including Monet, Van Dongen, Boudin, Gauguin and Braque, is the subject of an exhibition drawn from the permanent collection and many private collections; to 10th October.

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87. View of a picture gallery, by Wilhelm Schubert van Ehrenberg, Jacob Jordaens and other painters of the Antwerp Guild of St Luke. 1666. 142.5 by 237 cm. (Alte Pinakothek, Munich). Paris, Maison Rouge. The inaugural exhibition recreates the rooms of 16 anonymous collectors and includes over 500 works by 200 different artists; to 26th September. Paris, Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris. A site-specific project by Annette Messager is on view at the Museum’s temporary premises at the Couvent des Cordeliers to 3rd October. Paris, Musée d’Orsay. The Jongkind retrospective, previously in The Hague and Cologne and reviewed in the March issue, has its final showing here to 5th September. A retrospective of work in various media by the Polish Symbolist Józef Mehoffer (1869–1946) runs to 12th September; to be reviewed. An exhibition marking the centenary of the death of Emile Gallé focuses on his iconic Hand with seaweed and shells (1904), donated to the Museum in 1900; also to 12th September. Paris, Musée du Louvre. Paris 1400: the Arts under Charles VI, reviewed on p.483 above, runs to 12th July. Ivories from the ancient Near East to Modern Times is largely drawn from the permanent collection; to 30th August. 30 masterpieces of Islamic art from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, are on view in a year-long display; through April 2005. Paris, Musée du Luxembourg. An exhibition of 20th-century self-portraits runs to 25th July. Paris, Musée Jacquemart-André. Treasures from the collection not normally on display are highlighted in an exhibition exploring the history of the collection formed by Edouard and Nélie JacquemartAndré; to 15th August. Paris, Palais de Tokyo – Site de création contemporaine. A new installation by Daniel Buren is on view to 22nd August.

Paris, Pavilion des Arts. Some 250 works from Bruno Decharme’s collection of Art Brut are on view here to 26th September. Peronne, Historial de la Grande Guerre. Works by Arman on the theme of war; to 12th December. Perugia, Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria. The substantial retrospective of the work of Perugino, reviewed on p.491 above, runs here to 18th July. Pistoia, Palazzo Tau, Museo Marino Marini. Portraits by Marino Marini, in both drawing and sculpture; to 4th September. Pont-Aven, Musée. An exhibition surveying the work of British painters in Brittany from 1860 to 1939 is on view to 27th September; to be reviewed. Riggisberg, Abegg-Stiftung. Late Antique Textiles from Egypt and their Production, this year’s temporary exhibition, runs to 7th November. Rocherchouart, Musée. The Raoul de Keyser retrospective, reviewed on p.479 above, is here to 29th August (then in Tilburg, Porto and St Gallen). Rotterdam, Boijmans Van Beuningen. Spanish master drawings spanning 1500 to 1900 from Dutch public collections have been brought together in a display running to 8th August. Salzburg, Museum der Moderne. The Fernand Khnopff retrospective, reviewed at its Brussels showing in last month’s issue, runs here to 29th August (then in Boston). Schwerin, Staatliches Museum. A retrospective of the works of Carel Fabritius (1622–54) runs here to 29th August (then in The Hague); to be reviewed. Siena, Palazzo Squarcialupi. Art forgeries of the 19th and 20th centuries, on view here and at S. Maria della Scala, includes works by Icilio Fedrico Joni bought as 14th- and 15th-century paintings by public collections as well as forged works of sculpture; to 3rd October. Stockholm, Moderna Museet. Paintings by Karl Isakson (1878–1922) are on view to 29th August. Stockholm, Nationalmuseum. Sergel and his contemporaries in Rome is a slightly altered version of the exhibition on 18th-century terracotta models seen in Paris and New York and reviewed in the December 2003 issue; to 29th August. Strasbourg, Musée des Beaux-Arts. Drawings by Roland Topor (1938–97); to 5th September. Stuttgart, Staatsgalerie. Das Glück Württembergs pays homage to Schloss Ludwigsburg, an important 18th-century artistic centre that still resonates in the gallery’s rich holdings of 18th-century Italian, French and German drawings; to 26th September. Thessaloniki, State Museum of Contemporary Art. 120 previously unexhibited works by early 20th-century Russian artists from the Costakis collection are on view to 30th August. Tivoli, Hadrian’s Villa. An exhibition of portrait busts (mostly of women) of the time of Emperor Hadrian runs here to 25th September. Tourcoing, Musée des Beaux-Arts. Exhibitions examining relationships in the work of the Polish artist Roman Opalka (b.1931) and the Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto (b.1933) and between two artists born in Tourcoing, Eugène Leroy (1910–2000) and Jacques Bornibus (1926–83), are concurrent to 12th September. Tours, Musée des Beaux-Arts. An exhibition organised together with the Bibliothèque nationale, Paris, explores the prints and art theory of Abraham Bosse; to 18th July (see also Paris). Turin, Castello di Rivoli. A retrospective of work by the French artist Pierre Huygye runs to 18th July. Urbino, Palazzo Ducale. Here and at the Palazzo del Duca, Senigallia, the Palazzo Ducale, Pesaro, and the Palazzo Ducale, Urbania, a major exhibition looks at the Della Rovere family as patrons of the arts; to 3rd October; to be reviewed. Utrecht, Centraal Museum. From Raphael to Poussin: Drawings from the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm; to 12th September. Vaduz, Kunstmuseum. Andy Warhol: The Late Work takes a comprehensive look at his paintings, films and photographs of the late 1970s and 1980s; to 12th September (then in Stockholm and Lyon).


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New York Achim Moeller. Recent paintings by Piero Dorazio; to 27th August. Anton Kern. Drawings by Andy Warhol, 1958–62; to 30th July. CDS Gallery. Paintings and drawings by Stanley Spencer; to 27th July. Cheim & Read. I am the Walrus presents the work of contemporary artists who use clown iconography, including Cattelan, McCarthy, Nauman and Sherman; to 31st July. Cooper-Hewitt Museum. The Christopher Dresser exhibition, reviewed in last month’s issue, runs to 25th July (then in London). Dahesh Museum. A retrospective of paintings and drawings by Jean Lecomte du Nouÿ (1842–1923), the first since the artist’s death, runs to 19th September. Dia: Beacon. The Museum inaugurates its temporary exhibitions programme with a show of rarely seen early paintings, 1957–60, by Agnes Martin; to 18th April 2005; to be reviewed. Frick Collection. The Unfinished Print, largely drawn from the collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, where a larger version of the exhibition was shown in 2001, includes some 60 impressions in varying degrees of completion by European masters spanning the 15th to the 20th century; to 15th August. Gagosian Gallery. New drawings by Ed Ruscha (Madison Ave); to 27th August; and new paintings by Dexter Dalwood (W. 24th St.); to 30th July. Guggenheim Museum. The Brancusi exhibition, reviewed at its London showing in the April issue, runs here to 19th September. Photographs on the theme of hands, spanning the 19th and 20th centuries, from the Buhl collection; to 8th September. Jewish Museum. A major loan retrospective of work by Modigliani begins its North American tour here; to 10th September (then in Toronto and Washington); to be reviewed. An exhibition of work by Jewish artists from 1900 to 1955 from the permanent collection marks the Museum’s centenary; to 25th July. Knoedler. A survey exhibition of drawings by Lee Bontecou, 1958–99, runs to 30th July. Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibition focusing on naturalism in Lombard painting, reviewed on p.489 above, runs to 15th August.

A retrospective devoted to the Art Deco designer Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann (1879–1933) is on view to 5th September; it is complemented by a concurrent display from the permanent collection of work by Ruhlmann’s Parisian contemporaries. A substantial retrospective of the paintings of Childe Hassam runs to 12th September (see also Hartford); an in-focus display on American Impressionism is on view to 5th September. Artists’ Artists includes portraits of painters, poets, writers, musicians and performers as captured by their contemporaries – from Ingres to Hockney – in drawings, prints, sculptures and paintings; 2nd July to 3rd October. Echoing Images: Couples in African Sculpture explores how idealised pairings have been an enduring concern of sculptors in sub-Saharan African cultures through some 60 works spanning the 12th to 20th centuries; to 5th September. Hidden Jewels: Korean Art from the Mary Griggs Burke Collection; 3rd July to 9th January. All That Glitters Is Not Gold: The Art, Form, and Function of Gilt Bronze in the French Interior includes many works that were part of the collection of the Parisian architect, ceramicist and collector Georges Hoentschel (1855–1915); 26th July to 20th February. The travelling exhibition of August Sander’s photographic series People of the Twentieth Century is here to 19th September. Museo del Barrio. Latin American and Caribbean art from MoMA; to 25th July. Museum of Modern Art. Tall Buildings presents largescale models of 20 structures designed within the last decade; 16th July to 27th September. Neue Galerie. New Worlds: German and Austrian Art, 1890–1940, a selection of highlights from the permanent collection (originally shown as the inaugural exhibition in 2001), is on view to 13th September. Noguchi Museum. Isamu Noguchi: Sculptural Design, which began a European tour in London in 2001, runs here to 4th October. Peter Blum. Works on paper, 1957–64, by Robert Ryman; to 25th September. Robert Miller. Ground–Field–Surface includes abstract work by Krasner, Rothko, Serra and Soulages; to 20th August. Whitney Museum. Exhibitions of drawings and photographs by Ed Ruscha run to 26th September. A retrospective devoted to the sculptor and performance artist Ana Mendieta (1948–85) runs to 19th September.

North America Andover, Addison Gallery of American Art. A retrospective devoted to the conceptual artist David Ireland runs to 31st July. Baltimore, Museum of Art. An in-focus exhibition on Picasso in the 1930s and 1940s runs to 29th August. New work by the African-American artist Kerry James Marshall; to 5th September. Berkeley CA, Art Museum. 19th-century photographs by Cameron, Muybridge and others from the Peil/Leonard collection; to 8th August.

88. The adoration of the Magi with St Anthony Abbot, by a Franco-Flemish artist active in Burgundy. c.1390–1410. Oil and tempera and gold and silver leaf on panel, 104.6 by 118.5 cm. (J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles).

An exhibition pairing the work of Carl Heindenreich and Hans Hofmann is on show to 3rd October. A solo exhibition by the Finnish video artist EijaLiisa Ahtila is on view, as part of the MATRIX series, to 5th September. Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Gondola Days: Isabella Stewart Gardner & the Palazzo Barbaro Circle assembles letters, diaries, photographs and paintings by Sargent, Whistler, Monet et al. from the collection; to 15th August (then in Venice); to be reviewed. Boston, Museum of Fine Arts. Installations by Tim Noble and Sue Webster; to 15th August. Buffalo, Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Bodily Space: new obsessions in figurative sculpture includes work by Gormley, Gober, Cattelan, Mueck and others; to 7th September. Cambridge, Harvard Art Museums. At the Fogg, the historical pictures of John Singleton Copley are the focus of a special display, to 29th August; Vastly More than Bricks and Mortar: Reinventing the Fogg Art Museum in the 1920s runs to 26th September; to be reviewed. At the Sackler, Dutch and Flemish drawings from the National Gallery of Canada are on display from 24th July to 17th October. At the Busch-Reisinger, Design–Recline presents 20th-century chaise longues by Le Corbusier, Breuer, Van der Rohe and others; to 11th July. Chicago, Art Institute. A substantial loan exhibition looks at the making of La Grande Jatte by Seurat; to 19th September; to be reviewed. Cincinnati, Taft Museum of Art. British drawings and watercolours spanning 1600 to 1900 from the Pierpont Morgan Library are on display to 15th August. Columbus Museum of Art. Monet to Matisse: The Triumph of Impressionism and the Avant Garde presents over 70 works from the Sirak collection, acquired by the Museum in 1991; to 31st December. Corning Museum of Glass. The international loan exhibition Beyond Venice: glass in Venetian style 1500– 1700 runs to 17th October. Dallas Museum of Art. The touring retrospective of paintings by Romare Bearden is here to 5th September (then in New York and Atlanta). Denver Art Museum. Painting a New World, a large retrospective of art and life in Mexico between 1521 and 1821, runs to 25th July; to be reviewed in conjunction with the exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum. Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum. The touring exhibition of masterpieces from the collection of the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, runs here to 26th September. Fort Worth, Modern Art Museum. A retrospective of the work of Pierre Huyghe runs to 29th August. Fredericton, Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Works by Dalí from Canadian collections, marking the centenary of the artist’s birth; to 6th September. Hartford CT, Wadsworth Atheneum. To coincide with the Childe Hassam retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum, New York, the Wadsworth Atheneum, the Bush-Holley Historic Site and the Florence Griswold Museum are mounting separate exhibitions focusing on aspects of Hassam’s career; all to 3rd October. Houston, Menil Collection. Photo-based works by Olafur Eliasson; to 5th September. An in-focus exhibition looks at the Earthworks movement through works in the Collection by Heizer, Oppenheim, Smithson and Turrell; to 15th August. Houston, Museum of Fine Arts. The Diane Arbus retrospective, reviewed in the May issue, is here to 29th August as part of its two-year international tour. An exhibition examining the contribution of Latin American artists to 20th-century Modernism runs to 12th September. Kalamazoo MI, Institute of Arts. The touring exhibition of outstanding 19th- and 20th-century French paintings from Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow, is here to 15th August. the burl ington m agazin e

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89. Nuttering, by Rupert Bunny. c.1908. 59.7 by 72.4 cm. (National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne). Portland OR, Art Museum. From Fra Angelico to Bonnard presents 95 paintings from the renowned collection of Gustav Rau (1922–2002); to 22nd August. Québec City, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. The retrospective on the sculptor Charles Cordier (1827–1905), recently in Paris, is here to 6th September (then in New York). Raleigh, North Carolina Museum of Art. The travelling exhibition of Hudson River School paintings from the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, is here to 29th August. Reno, Nevada Museum of Art. The touring exhibition of 19th-century French painting and sculpture from the Levin Foundation is here to 18th July. San Diego Museum of Art. St Peter and the Vatican explores the history of the papacy through historical objects, liturgical items, documents, and works of art; to 6th September. American Beauty: Painting and Sculpture from The Detroit Institute of Arts 1770–1920; to 3rd October. San Francisco, Museum of Modern Art. An exhibition of American Pop Art, drawn from local collections, is on view to 19th September. A solo exhibition on Pipilotti Rist runs to 12th September. Works by Frank Stella from the Anderson collection; to 12th September. San Marino, Huntington Library. Paintings by Eastman Johnson of the 19th-century New England winter festival ‘Sugaring Off’; to 1st August. Santa Fe, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. A loan exhibition on O’Keeffe and New Mexico is on view to 12th September. South Hadley, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum. Italian Baroque paintings from the John Ritter collection are on view here to 1st August. Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario. A major loan exhibition, Turner, Whistler, Monet runs here to 12th September (then in Paris and London); to be reviewed. Tulsa, Philbrook Museum. In the American Grain: Dove, Hartley, O’Keeffe and Stieglitz; to 22nd August. Victoria, Royal British Columbia Museum. The touring exhibition Eternal Egypt: Masterworks from the British Museum is here from 10th July to 31st October. Washington, Hirshhorn Museum. Photographs by Gabriel Orozco; to 6th September. Washington, National Gallery of Art. Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya; to 25th July. Palace and Mosque: Islamic Art from the Victoria and Albert Museum; 18th July to 6th February 2005. The Cubist Paintings of Diego Rivera presents 24 works from the artist’s visits to France and Spain, 1913–15; to 25th July (then in Mexico City). A survey exhibition of Jim Dine’s drawings runs to 31st August. The retrospective of paintings by Sanford R. Gifford, previously in New York and Fort Worth, has its final showing here to 26th September. Washington, Phillips Collection. Exhibitions on the photographers August Sander and Aaron Siskind and an in-focus display on George Rouault’s technique are concurrent to 5th September.

Adelaide, Art Gallery of South Australia. A panoramic exhibition on Edwardian art in Britain and America, recently in Canberra, is here from 9th July to 12th September. Brisbane, Queensland Art Gallery. A substantial monographic exhibition, previously in Sydney, on Man Ray is on view here to 18th July. Canberra, National Gallery of Australia. The retrospective devoted to John Glover, reviewed in the April issue, is here to 18th July (then in Melbourne). A selective survey of work by Sean Scully is on view from 23rd July to 10th October. Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria. Impressionist masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay; to 26th September. 2004: Australian Culture Now presents new work in painting, sculpture, film, video, installation art, photography, design and fashion; to 1st August. In-focus exhibitions on graphic art in France from the 1880s to the 1950s and Paris and photography from the 1850s to the 1930s are on view to 1st and 22nd August respectively. The Gallery has recently received the Joseph Brown collection of over 150 works by 19th- and 20th-century Australian artists (Fig.89). Sydney, Museum of Contemporary Art. The 14th Sydney Biennale runs here, at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and other venues in the city, to 15th August.

Japan and the Far East Hakone, Open-Air Museum. A part-loan exhibition of sculpture by Henry Moore runs to 5th September. Taipei, National Palace Museum. 19th-century German paintings from the Berlin State Museums; to 1st August. Tokyo, Mori Art Museum. Over 300 paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, prints, etc. from MoMA, New York, are on view here to 1st August.

This month’s sales London, Bonham’s. The old-master paintings sale is on 7th July. London, Christie’s. There are sales of old-master and 19th-century drawings and old-master pictures on 6th and 7th July respectively; the sale of continental ceramics on 5th July includes the Hoffer and Guttmann collections. London, Sotheby’s. The two-part sale of old-master paintings and drawings on 7th and 8th July includes the newly attributed Young woman seated at the virginals by Vermeer, which will be sold on 7th July (and not on the 8th, as was initially planned), and a newly discovered drawing by Raphael of the head of a child; there are sales of European sculpture and works of art, 900–1900 on 9th July and of British and European ceramics and glass on 15th July. New York, Christie’s. The House Sale on 13th and 14th July includes Impressionist, modern and contemporary art. New York, Sotheby’s. The sale of furniture and decorative works of art is on 15th July.

Correction In the May issue, Fig.75 on p.349 was incorrectly captioned. Jean Cocteau, by Amedeo Modigliani, 1916–17, belongs to the Henry and Rose Pearlman Foundation and not to Princeton University Art Museum (where it is on loan-term loan).

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