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

                       VENUE                           DATES

NEW YORK
Vik Muniz              P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center  through May 7
Brian O'Doherty/       Grey Art Gallery                through July 14
  Patrick Ireland
Divisionism/Neo-       Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum    through Aug. 6
  Impressionism:
  Arcadia and Anarchy
Rudolf Stingel         Whitney Museum of American Art  June 28-Oct. 14

SALEM, MA
Joseph Cornell         Peabody Essex Museum            through Aug. 19

WASHINGTON, DC
Wolfgang Tillmans      Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture  May 10-Aug. 12
                         Garden

NORTH MIAMI, FL
Make Your Own Life:    Museum of Contemporary Art      May 17-July 29
  Artists In and Out
  of Cologne

CHICAGO
Jeff Wall              Art Institute of Chicago        June 29-Sept. 23

MADISON, WI
Jess: To and From the  Madison Museum of Contemporary  Aug. 5-Sept. 23
  Printed Page           Art

DALLAS
Societe Anonyme:       Dallas Museum of Art            June 10-Sept. 16
  Modernism for
  America

SAN FRANCISCO
Brice Marden: A        San Francisco Museum of Modern  through May 13
  Retrospective of       Art
  Paintings and
  Drawings
Picasso and American   San Francisco Museum of Modern  through May 28
  Art                    Art
Matisse: Painter as    San Francisco Museum of Modern  June 9-Sept. 16
  Sculptor               Art

LOS ANGELES
Andrea Zittel          Museum of Contemporary Art      through May 14
Richard Tuttle         Museum of Contemporary Art      through July 30

MONTREAL
Maurice Denis          Montreal Museum of Fine Arts    through May 20

MEXICO
High Times, Hard       Museo Tamayo Arte               May 25-Sept. 9
  Times: New York        Contemporaneo, Mexico City
  Painting 1967-1975

FRANCE
Pierre Klossowski      Centre Pompidou, Paris          through June 4
Kara Walker            Musee d'Art Moderne de la       June 20-Sept. 9
                         Ville de Paris

ITALY
A Rose Has No Teeth:   Castello di Rivoli, Turin       May 23-Sept. 9
  Bruce Nauman in the
  1960s

SWITZERLAND
Allan Kaprow           Kunsthalle Bern                 June 2-Aug. 26
Jasper Johns: An       Kunstmuseum Basel               June 2-Sept. 9
  Allegory of
  Painting, 1955-1965

AUSTRIA
Yves Klein             Museum Moderner Kunst           through June 3
                       Stiftung Ludwig Wien
Joel Meyerowitz        Museum der Moderne              through June 24
                       Salzburg, Monchsberg

GERMANY
Erwin Wurm             Deichtorhallen Hamburg          through Sept. 2
Gilbert & George       Haus Der Kunst, Munich          June 11-Sept. 9
Janet Cardiff and      Institut Mathildenhohe,         May 20-Aug. 26
  George Bures Miller    Darmstadt
Pia Fries              Josef Albers Museum, Bottrop    Aug. 26-Oct. 28

THE NETHERLANDS
Keith Tyson            De Pont Museum of Contemporary  through July 1
                         Art, Tilburg

DENMARK
Paul McCarthy          ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum         through May 6
Cindy Sherman          Louisiana Museum of             through May 20
                         Modern Art, Humlebaekk

SWEDEN
Robert Rauschenberg:   Moderna Museet, Stockholm       through May 6
  Combines
Mark Dion              Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg  May 25-Aug. 26

TURKEY
Andreas Gursky         Istanbul Museum of Modern Art   May 30-Aug. 26

                       NEXT STOP                    ORIGINAL VENUE

NEW YORK
Vik Muniz              Museum of Contemporary Art,  Miami Art Museum
                       San Diego, June 2-Sept. 2*
Brian O'Doherty/                                    Dublin City Gallery
  Patrick Ireland                                   The Hugh Lane
Divisionism/Neo-                                    Deutsche Guggenheim,
  Impressionism:                                    Berlin
  Arcadia and Anarchy
Rudolf Stingel                                      Museum of
                                                    Contemporary Art,
                                                    Chicago

SALEM, MA
Joseph Cornell         San Francisco Museum of      Smithsonian American
                       Modern Art, Oct. … 

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