Where To Go In Winter: 10 Exhibitions In Different Cities Of The World

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Where To Go In Winter: 10 Exhibitions In Different Cities Of The World
Where To Go In Winter: 10 Exhibitions In Different Cities Of The World

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Video: The best winter exhibitions 2022, November

Alexandra Savina

Few of us are planning vacations or vacations. for a certain cultural event - but if you have already decided on a winter trip, nothing prevents you from finding an interesting exposition in the country where you are going. We are talking about ten exhibitions in different cities of the world, which are worth paying attention to.



Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg is a significant figure not only for American, but also for world art. The exhibition at the Tate Modern is the artist's first retrospective since his death in 2008 and the first major display of Rauschenberg's work in the UK in 35 years, so it's definitely worth a visit. The curators of the exhibition want to draw attention to the diversity of Rauschenberg's work and how over 60 years he managed to work in various directions: painting, sculpture, photography, graphics and performance.

New York


Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction


November 21, 2016 - March 19, 2017

This is the first major exhibition of Francis Picabia in the United States - in the summer it could be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts in Zurich. Within its framework, about 200 works by the artist will be presented, showing his creative evolution: although Picabia is known primarily as a representative of Dadaism, he worked in a variety of styles and genres. By the way, this is not the only interesting exposition at MoMA - until mid-February it will also be possible to see the Nan Goldin exhibition here.



Juergen Teller:

Enjoy Your Life!


December 15, 2016 - March 19, 2017

Jurgen Teller is one of the most famous contemporary photographers, known primarily for his work in the fashion industry. The exhibition in Prague will have several themes: here you can see a series of photographs "Mit dem Teller nach Bonn" ("With Teller in Bonn") - working on it, the photographer received permission to shoot in the Chancellor Bungalow, as well as the cards Teller made in 2014 year when Germany won the FIFA World Cup.

The exhibition is jointly organized by the Prague Rudolfinum Gallery, the Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn and the Martin Gropius Bau House in Berlin. For each of the sites, Teller adapts the exposition in its own way: the Rudolfinum promises to present the largest number of photographs and several videos.



The Better Half:

Jewish Women Artists Before 1938

Jewish Museum Vienna

November 4, 2016 - May 1, 2017

In the 21st century, women continue to find it difficult to succeed in a long-dominated male-dominated environment - and in the past century, the situation has been even more difficult. The exhibition "The Better Half: Jewish Artists Before 1938" is dedicated to 40 artists - both famous and little-known to the general public - and tells about their creative path and how they tried to gain recognition in a traditionally "male" environment. The year in the name of the exhibition hints at the difficult path of women: many were forced to flee the country, others died in concentration camps.



Icons of Modern Art. The shchukin collection

Louis Vuitton Foundation

October 22, 2016 - February 20, 2017

The exhibition deserves attention not only because of the works presented at it (there are more than 120 of them - there are Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Gauguin, Edgar Degas, Vincent Van Gogh, Kazimir Malevich, Alexander Rodchenko and not only), but also because of of what gigantic efforts had to be made to collect them all on one site. The collection belonged to Sergei Shchukin, a Moscow merchant and renowned collector of modernist art; with the advent of Soviet power, it was nationalized, and in the middle of the last century it was divided among several museums. The Louis Vuitton Foundation managed to put the canvases together again thanks to the assistance of the Hermitage and the Pushkin Museum. A.S. Pushkin.



Peter Paul Rubens and the Birth of Baroque

Palazzo Reale

October 27, 2016 - February 26, 2017

The goal of the exhibition curator Anna Lo Bianco was to show how Rubens was influenced by ancient art and classical sculpture,and what influence Rubens himself had on the younger Italian artists of his era - Pietro da Cortona, Giovanni Lanfranco and Luca Giordano. To accentuate this idea, the exhibition features works not only by Rubens, but also by Italian artists of the Baroque era - a total of more than 70 creations. Until the end of January, you can also see another interesting exhibition on Japanese prints in Palazzo Reale.



Fiona Tan: Disorient

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

December 20, 2016 - March 19, 2017

Fiona Tan has an unusual destiny: the artist was born in Indonesia, raised in Australia, and now lives in the Netherlands. Tang's past influences her work: she calls herself a "professional foreigner", since in many ways her personality was codified by moving. In Bilbao, you can see Tan's video installation "Disorient", created in 2009 for the Venice Biennale. The artist's work is dedicated to the past of Venice, which was the center of trade in Asian goods in the XIII-XVI centuries. It also tells about the image of Asia, which was created in the "Book of Wonders of the World", describing the travels of Marco Polo, and how it relates to reality.



Titian and the Renaissance in Venice

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

January 21 - April 2, 2017

Tokyo is not the most obvious destination for those who want to get acquainted with the work of Titian, but if you have the opportunity, then why not. The exhibition will feature about 70 paintings and engravings, including works by Titian himself (including the famous "Flora" and "Danae"), and the works of other Italian artists - all together they should give viewers a detailed idea of ​​the Venice School of Painting …



David Hockney: Current

National Gallery of Victoria

November 11, 2016 - March 13, 2017

An impressive exhibition of one of the most famous contemporary British artists: The National Gallery of Victoria will exhibit over 600 works by David Hockney. These include works made with the iPad and iPhone, as well as more traditional paintings, digital drawings, videos and photographs. Those who are not ready to travel to Australia can see another exhibition of the artist this winter - at London's Tate.



Roma Aeterna. Masterpieces of the Vatican Pinakothek. Bellini, Raphael, Caravaggio

For those who are not ready to travel further than Moscow this winter, but still want to look at works from foreign collections, an exhibition in the Tretyakov Gallery is suitable. They will bring here exhibits from the Vatican Museums, created in the XII-XVIII centuries, including works by Giovanni Bellini, Melozzo da Forli, Perugino, Raphael, Caravaggio, Guido Reni, Guercino and Nicolas Poussin. Next year, the Vatican will host a reciprocal exhibition: there will be presented works of Russian painting from the collection of the Tretyakov Gallery.

Cover: Timur Zima

Images: TATE, MoMA, Galerie Rudolfinum, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Wikimedia Commons

(1, 2, 3, 4), Guggenheim, NGV

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