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LISTED BELOW ARE PREVIOUSLY PREVIEWED EXHIBITIONS ON TOUR BETWEEN MAY 1 AND AUGUST 31.

                        VENUE                          DATES

NEW YORK
John Szarkowski         Museum of Modern Art           through May 15
Andrea Zittel           New Museum of Contemporary     through May 27
                        Art
Eva Hesse               Drawing Center                 May 6-July 15

WORCESTER, MA
Stephen Shore           Worcester Art Museum           through June 25

PHILADELPHIA
Candida Hofer           Institute of Contemporary Art  May 3-July 30

WASHINGTON, DC
Hiroshi Sugimoto        Hirshhorn Museum and           through May 14
                        Sculpture Garden
Dada                    National Gallery of Art        through May 14
Klee and America        Phillips Collection            June 17-Sept. 10
Anselm Kiefer           Hirshhorn Museum and           June 22-Sept. 10
                        Sculpture Garden
William Wegman          Smithsonian American Art       July 1-Sept. 24
                        Museum

TAMPA, FL
Vik Muniz               University of South Florida    July 7-Oct. 7
                        Contemporary Art Museum

CHICAGO
Todd Eberle             Art Institute of Chicago       May 20-Aug. 13

MILWAUKEE
Masters of American     Milwaukee Art Museum           through Aug. 13
Comics

MINNEAPOLIS
Kiki Smith              Walker Art Center              through May 14

DES MOINES, IA
Richard Tuttle          Des Moines Art Center          through June 11

HOUSTON
Frank Stella 1958       Menil Collection               May 26-Aug. 20
Courbet and the Modern  Museum of Fine Arts, Houston   June 18-Sept. 10
Landscape

FORT WORTH, TX
Sean Scully             Modern Art Museum of Fort      through May 28
                        Worth

SAN FRANCISCO
The Surreal Calder      San Francisco Museum of        through May 21
                        Modern Art

LOS ANGELES
Robert Rauschenberg     Museum of Contemporary Art     May 21-Sept. 4
David Hockney           Los Angeles County Museum of   June 11-Sept. 4
                        Art

WINNIPEG
Situation Comedy:       Winnipeg Art Gallery           June 10-Sept. 10
Humor in Recent Art

UNITED KINGDOM
Fred Sandback           Fruitmarket Gallery,           through May 14
                        Edinburgh
Inner Worlds Outside    Whitechapel Art Gallery,       through June 25
                        London
Howard Hodgkin          Tate Britain, London           June 14-Sept. 17
Pierre Huyghe           Tate Modern, London            July 5-Sept. 17

FRANCE
Pioneering Modern       Musee d'Orsay, Paris           through May 28
Painting: Cezanne and
Pissarro 1865-1885
Henri Rousseau          Galeries Nationales du Grand   through June 19
                        Palais, Paris
David Smith             Centre Pompidou, Paris         June 14-Aug. 21

SPAIN
Russia!                 Guggenheim Museum Bilbao       through Sept. 3

GERMANY
Chaplin in Pictures     Deichtorhallen Hamburg         through May 22
Art of Tomorrow: Hilla  Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin    May 13-Aug. 10
Rebay and Solomon R.
Guggenheim
Martin Kippenberger     K21 Kunstsammlung              June 10-Sept. 10
                        Nordrhein-Westfalen,
                        Dusseldorf
Tropicalia: A           Haus der Kulturen der Welt,    June 10-July 9
Revolution in           Berlin
Brazilian Culture
Franz Gertsch           Ludwig Forum fur               through June 25
                        Internationale Kunst, Aachen

AUSTRIA
Summer of Love: Art of  Kunsthalle Wien                May 12-Sept. 3
the Psychedelic Era

THE NETHERLANDS
Thomas Schutte          De Pont Foundation, Tilburg    May 20-Sept. 17
ClickDoubleClick: The   Centre for Fine Arts,          June 21-Aug. 27
Documentary Factor      Brussels

                        NEXT STOP                    ORIGINAL VENUE

NEW YORK
John Szarkowski         Museum of Fine Arts,         San Francisco
                        Houston, June 18-Sept. 

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