On the Road

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On the Road


LISTED BELOW ARE PREVIOUSLY PREVIEWED EXHIBITIONS ON TOUR BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 1 AND DECEMBER 31.

                       VENUE                         DATES

NEW YORK
Rudolf Stingel         Whitney Museum of American    through Oct. 14
                       Art
Chris Marker           Peter Blum Gallery            Sept. 15-Nov. 3
Foto: Modernity in     Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum  Oct. 12, 2007-Jan.
  Central Europe,                                    13, 2008
  1918-1945

WELLESLEY, MA
Global Feminisms       Davis Museum and Cultural     Sept. 19-Dec. 9
                       Center, Wellesley College

WASHINGTON, DC
Wack! Art and the      National Museum of Women in   through Oct. 14
  Feminist Revolution  the Arts
Edward Hopper          National Gallery of Art       Sept. 16, 2007-Jan.
                                                     21, 2008

NORTH MIAMI, FL
Karen Kilimnik         Museum of Contemporary Art    Sept. 7-Nov. 12

CHICAGO
Jeff Wall              Art Institute of Chicago      through Sept. 23

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

MINNEAPOLIS
Picasso and American   Walker Art Center             through Sept. 9
  Art

HOUSTON
Mary Heilmann          Contemporary Arts Museum      Nov. 3, 2007-Jan.
                       Houston                       6, 2008

DALLAS
Societe Anonyme:       Dallas Museum of Art          through Sept. 16
  Modernism for
  America

SAN FRANCISCO
Matisse: Painter as    San Francisco Museum of       through Sept. 16
  Sculptor             Modern Art
Louise Nevelson        De Young Museum               Oct. 27, 2007-Jan.
                                                     13, 2008

LOS ANGELES
Gordon Matta-Clark     Museum of Contemporary Art    Sept. 16, 2007-Jan.
                                                     7, 2008
Dali and Film          Los Angeles County Museum of  Oct. 14, 2007-Jan.
                       Art                           6, 2008

VANCOUVER
Andrea Zittel          Vancouver Art Gallery         through Sept. 30

MONTREAL
Vik Muniz              Musee d'Art Contemporain de   Oct. 6, 2007-Jan.
                       Montreal                      6, 2008

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

FRANCE
Kara Walker            Musee d'Art Moderne de la     through Sept. 9
                       Ville de Paris

ITALY
A Rose Has No Teeth:   Castello di Rivoli, Turin     through Sept. 9
  Bruce Nauman in the
  1960s
Maurice Denis          Museo d'Arte Moderna e        through Sept. 25
                       Contemporanea di Trento e
                       Rovereto
Allan Kaprow           Museo d'Arte Contemporanea    Nov. 29, 2007-Feb.
                       Villa Croce, Genoa            10, 2008

SWITZERLAND
Jasper Johns: An       Kunstmuseum Basel             through Sept. 23
  Allegory of
  Painting, 1955-1965
Mark Dion              Seedamm Kulturzentrum,        Sept. 22-Nov. 11
                       Pfaffikon

GERMANY
Gilbert & George       Haus Der Kunst, Munich        through Sept. 9
Cindy Sherman          Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin    through Sept. 10
Brice Marden: A        Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin     through Oct. 7
  Retrospective of     (paintings only)
  Paintings and
  Drawings
Pia Fries              Josef Albers Museum, Bottrop  through Oct. 28
Rachel Harrison        Kunsthalle Nurnberg           Sept. 11-Nov. 4
A. R. Penck            Kunsthalle zu Kiel            Sept. 29, 2007-Jan.
                                                     6, 2008

BELGIUM
Paul McCarthy          Stedelijk Museum voor         Oct. 13, 2007-Feb.
                       Actuele Kunst (SMAK),         17, 2008
                       Ghent

THE NETHERLANDS
Joel Meyerowitz        Nederlands Fotomuseum,        Sept. … 

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