It is the first substantial exhibition devoted to Mackintosh´s architecture, with over 80 architectural drawings, many never exhibited before, rarely seen archival material, and specially commissioned films and models.
From 18.07.2014 to 04.01.2015
Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow
Organised by University of Glasgow in association with the Royal Institute of British Architects
From 12.10.2014 to 01.02.2015
Museum of Artist Colony Mathildenhöche, Darmastadt
Organised by Institute Mathildenhöche and the Museumsberg Flensburg
From 27.09.2014 to 15.02.2015
Art Museum Kube, Alesund
Organised by Jugendstilsenteret
From 06.11.2014 to 15.02.2015
Pinacotheca of Paris
Organised by Pinacotheca of Paris
From 01.12.2014 to 28.02.2015
Galeria da Antiga Capitania do Porto, Aveiro
Organised by Réseau Art Nouveau Network
After Bad Nauheim, the traveling exhibition "The Nature of Art Nouveau", now presented in Aveiro, has been organised by the Réseau Art Nouveau Network in the framework of the European project "Art Nouveau & Ecology" (2010-2015) with the support of the European Commission.
The exhibition comprises two identical concurrent exhibitions and begun its journey to all partner cities in October 2013.
This exhibition is free and bilingual Portuguese-English.
From 14.11.2014 to 01.03.2015
Museum Carmen Thyssen, Málaga
Organised by Museum Carmen Thyssen Málaga
From 03.12.2014 to 01.03.2015
Museu Europeu d'Art Modern (MEAM), Barcelona
Organised by Museu Europeu de l'Art Modern (MEAM)
This exhibition is the most comprehensive show to date on the work of iconic turn-of-the-century sculptor Josep Llimona i Bruguera (Barcelona, 1864-1934).
The show invites visitors to walk through the artist´s entire production from the beginning of his training, with works from his earliest days (The Prodigal Son, 1879, MNAC), to works from his period of full maturity (Adolescent or Naïve, 1924, Museum of Catalan Modernism), alongside pieces that represent the beginnings of his fullest symbolist language (Modesty, 1891, Museum of Montserrat).
More than 60 pieces have been gathered together for the occasion, including previously unseen works by the public and a wide range of pieces by the sculptor that display his various specialties, from drawing to art objects, in which sculpture is strongly featured. Given the relevance of Josep Llimona´s production in Catalan art history, the exhibition seeks to show the great quantity of his work and be the retrospective that this major artist deserves.
From 26.07.2014 to 22.03.2015
MoMa New York
Organised by MoMA, New York
From 11.11.2014 to 29.03.2015
Graphic Arts Centre Jean-Noël Desmarais Pavilion - Level S2
Organised by Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
From 17.12.2014 to 19.04.2015
MAK Exhibition Hall, Vienna
Organised by Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (MAK)
Viennese design and architecture around 1900 is a global brand. How did this situation come about and what effects did these decisive moments in Modernism have? The exhibition presents main works by Josef Hoffmann and Adolf Loos as expression of central themes in a cultural debate. The show documents the different, often antithetical paths that the protagonists chose for shaping modern life, which today´s designers and architects also react to.
From 20.01.2015 to 19.04.2015
The National Museum of Slovenia, Ljubljana
Organised by Réseau Art Nouveau Network
After Barcelona, the traveling exhibition "The Nature of Art Nouveau", now presented in Ljubljana, has been organised by the Réseau Art Nouveau Network in the framework of the European project "Art Nouveau & Ecology" (2010-2015) with the support of the European Commission.
The exhibition comprises two identical concurrent exhibitions and begun its journey to all the 13 partner cities in October 2013.
This exhibition is presented in Eslovenian and English.
From 12.02.2013 to 25.09.2016
Winter Park, Florida
Organised by The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art