Travel Brief

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Travel Brief


Listed below are previously exhibitions on tour between September 1
and December 1.

                         VENUE                      DATES

NEW YORK

Ansel Adams at 100       Museum of Modern Art       through Nov. 3

Ellsworth Kelly:         Whitney Museum of          through Nov. 3
   Red Green Blue           American Art

Philip Guston            Metropolitan Museum        Oct. 27-Jan. 11,
                            of Art                     2004

James Rosenquist         Solomon R. Guggenheim      Oct. 17-Jan. 25,
                             Museum                    2004

John Currin              Whitney Museum of          Nov. 20-Feb. 22,
                            American Art               2004

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, NY

Christian Marclay        Center for Curatorial      Sept. 28-Dec. 19
                            Studies at Bard
                            College
BOSTON

Splat, Boom, POW!:       Institute of               Sept. 17-Jan. 4,
   The Influence of         Contemporary Art           2004
   Comics in
   Contemporary Art

PITTSBURGH

Strangely Familiar:      Carnegie Museum of Art     Nov. 8-Feb. 15,
   Design in                                           2004
   Everyday Life

WASHINGTON, DC
The Age of Watteau,      National Gallery of Art    Oct. 12-Jan. 11,
   Chardin, and                                        2004
   Fragonard:
   Masterpieces of
   French Genre
   Painting

TOLEDO,OH
Hendrick Goltzius        Toledo Museum of Art       Oct. 17-Jan. 4,
                                                       2004

CINCINNATI
Polly Apfelbaum          Contemporary Arts Center   Dec. 5-Feb. 29,
                                                       2004

CHICAGO
Dreaming in              Art Institute of Chicago   Oct. 11-Jan. 11,
   Pictures: The                                       2004
   Photography of
   Lewis Carroll

KANSAS CITY, MO
Marsden Hartley          Nelson-Atkins Museum       Oct. 11-Jan. 4, 2004
                            of Art
HOUSTON
Kasimir Malevich         Menil Collection           Oct. 3-Jan. 11, 2004

Shirin Neshat            Contemporary Arts Museum   Oct. 4-Nov. 30

PASADENA,CA
Hiroshi Sugimoto         Williamson Gallery,        Oct. 18-Dec. 21
                            Art Center College
                            of Design

SAN FRANCISCO
Marc Chagall             Museum of Modern Art       through Nov. 4

UNITED KINGDOM
Ernst Ludwig             Royal Academy of Arts,     through Sept. 21
   Kirchner                 London

John Currin              Serpentine Gallery,        Sept. 9-Nov 2
                            London

Bill Viola               National Gallery,          Oct. 22-Jan. 4, 2004
                            London

Cindy Sherman            Scottish National          Dec. 6-Mar. 7, 2004
                            Gallery of Modern
                            Art, Edinburgh

IRELAND
CoBrA                    Irish Museum of Modern     through Sept. 21
                            Art, Dublin

THE NETHERLANDS
Martin Kippenberger      Van Abbemuseum,            Nov. 22-Feb. 1, 2004
                            Eindhoven

FRANCE
Edouard Vuillard         Galeries Nationales        Sept. 23-Jan. 4,
                            du Grand Palais,           2004
                            Paris

Peter Doig               Carre d'Art, Musee         Oct. 3-Jan. 4, 2004
                            d'Art Contemporain
                            de Nimes

Peter Downsbrough        Espace de l'Art            Oct. 25-Feb. 1,
                            Concret,                   2004
                            Mouans-Sartoux

Robert Filliou           Musee d'Art Moderne        Dec. 6-Mar. 28,
                            Lille Metropole,           2004
                            Villeneuve-D'Ascq

SWITZERLAND
The Photography of       Fotomuseum Winterthur      Sept. … 

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