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TRAVEL BRIEF PREVIEW

Listed below are previously previewed exhibitions on tour between
January 1 and April 30.

NEW YORK

                                    VENUE

Jean Fautrier                       Miriam and Ira D. Wallach
                                     Gallery, Columbia University
Thomas Struth                       Metropolitan Museum of Art
Matisse Picasso                     Museum of Modern Art
Matthew Barney: The CREMASTER       Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
 Cycle

BOSTON

The Photography of Charles Sheeler  Museum of Fine Arts


PHILADELPHIA

Take by Design                      Philadelphia Museum of Art

WASHINGTON, DC

Gerhard Richter: Forty Years of     Hirshhorn Museum
 Painting

NORTH MIAMI, FL

Y E S Yoko One                      Museum of Contemporary Art

MIAMI

Shirin Neshat                       Miami Art-Museum


COLUMBUS, OH

From Pop to Now:                    Wexner Center for the Arts
 Selections from the Sonnabend
 Collection

MADISON, WI

New York: Capital of Photography    Madison Art Center


HOUSTON

Juan Munoz                          Contemporary Arts Museum

Dreaming in Pictures:               Museum of Fine Arts
  The Photography of Lewis Carroll

Patti Smith                         Contemporary Arts Museum


DENVER

Pierre Bonnard: Early and Late      Denver Art Museum


LOS ANGELES

Ansel Adams at 100                  Los Angeles County Museum of
                                     Art
Lucian Freud                        Museum of Contemporary Art

SAN FRANCISCO

No Ghost Just a Shell: The Annlee   Museum of Modern Art
 Project
Charles LeDray                      Yerba Buena Center for the
                                     Arts
Irving Penn                         Museum of Modern Art


SEATTLE

Out of Site:                        Henry Art Gallery, University
 Fictional Architectural Spaces      of Washington
Theresa Hak Kyung Cha               Henry Art Gallery, University
                                     of Washington

CANADA

Herzog & de Meuron                  Canadian Centre for
                                     Architecture, Montreal

ENGLAND

Takashi Murakami: Kaikai Kiki       Serpentine Gallery, London
Eva Hesse                           Tate Modern, London
Giorgio di Chirico and the Myth     Estorick Collection of Modern
 of Ariadne                          Italian Art, London
Max Beckmann                        Tate Modern, London

Blinky Palermo                      Serpentine Gallery, London


FRANCE

Adrian Piper                        Institut d'Art Contemporain,
                                     Villeurbanne

ITALY

Nan Goldin                          Castello di Rivoli, Turin


SWITZERLAND

New York: Capital of Photography    Musee de l'Elysee, Lausanne

GERMANY

Wolfgang Laib                       Haus der Kunst, Munich
Exchanges and Transformations:      Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
 Central European Avant-Gardes
Cher Peintre, Lieber Maler, Dear    Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
 Painter
Rodney Graham                       K21, Dusseldorf
Adam Fuss                           Kunsthalle Bielefeld
Sonic Process                       Podewill Center
                                     for Contemporary Arts, Berlin

AUSTRIA

Marcel Odenbach                     Kunstraum Innsbruck

POLAND

Nan Goldin                          Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw

DENMARK

Arne Jacobsen                       Louisiana Museum
                                     for Moderne Kunst, Copenhagen

SOUTH AFRICA

William Kentridge                   South African National Gallery,
                                     Capetown

                                    DATES

Jean Fautrier                       Jan. 28-Mar. 29

Thomas Struth                       Feb. 4-May 18
Matisse Picasso                     Feb. 13-May 19
Matthew Barney: The CREMASTER       Feb. … 

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