Exhibition: A Joy Forever: Marie Webster Quilts
From 04.03.2016 to 08.01.2017
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis (IN)
Organised by Indianapolis Museum of Art
Exhibition: Lluïsa Vidal (1876-1918)
From 22.09.2016 to 15.01.2017
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona
Organised by Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC)
The exhibition "Lluïsa Vidal (1876-1918)" will show all the artistic facets of this major painter, cartoonist and illustrator who belonged to the generation of young Catalan Modernista artists. Lluïsa Vidal was noted as a highly valued portrait painter for her ability to reveal the emotional state of the person portrayed.
The exhibition will be completed by a documentation section featuring family photographs, letters, photographs of works by the painter published in magazines, published books with her illustrations, reviews of her exhibitions in various newspapers of the time and the diploma awarded to the painter in 1907 by the city of Barcelona for one of her drawings.
Exhibition: Jorn + Munch
From 15.10.2016 to 15.01.2017
Munch Museum, Oslo
Organised by Munch Museum
The exhibition provides the chance to become better acquainted with the later paintings of Edvard Munch and his influence on the Danish artist Asger Jorn´s body of work. By focusing on Munch the painter, new perspectives can be found on the free, spontaneous and gestural aspects of Munch´s paintings as perceived by Jorn in the late 1940s
Exhibition: Émile Friant. The Last Naturalist?
From 08.10.2016 to 30.01.2017
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy
Organised by Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy
Exhibition: Ramon Casas: A Much Yearned Modernity
From 10.11.2016 to 19.02.2017
Maricel Museum, Sitges
Organised by Consorci del Patrimoni de Sitges, Ajuntament de Sitges and Fundació "la Caixa"
The exhibition will include a series of some 200 works grouped in five main areas and comprising a very careful selection of some of the most emblematic works by this Barcelona painter.
The show´s narrative will be enriched by a very select group of works from an extremely notable repertoire of artists who served as his inspiration or exerted a certain influence in him. The inclusion of visual reference works by these painters, who influenced the inflections of his poetics, with figures such as Carolus-Duran, Toulouse-Lautrec, Manet, Sargent, Degas, Bastien-Lepage, Whistler, Rusiñol or Sorolla, is reflected by the similar role of master that Casas played for such important artists as Torres-Garcia, Picasso or Julio Romero de Torres, who will also be represented by their work in the exhibition.
The exhibition will travel to CaixaForum Madrid and Palma de Mallorca throughout 2017.