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The photographer, filmmaker and artist, Agnès Varda, spent 70 years creating a personal work which was fundamentally rooted in its time. She was a trailblazer of the New Wave movement and one of the rare women of her generation to have had a successful career as a filmmaker. 

Her filmography boasts over forty short and feature-length films between fiction and documentary, including her greatest hits, Cléo from 5 to 7 (Cléo de 5 à 7) (1962), Le Bonheur (which won the Louis Delluc Prize in 1965), Vagabond (Sans toit ni loi) (which won a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1985) and The Gleaners and I (Les Glaneurs et la glaneuse) (2000). 

Her early interest in painting and literature, along with her experience in theatre, strongly shaped her conception of the seventh art. A globetrotter and artist of conviction, Varda also paid close attention to the world and social upheavals. The themes of feminism, ecology and marginality transect her work, making it very relevant to the modern day. 

Supermodel and global fashion icon Claudia Schiffer takes visitors on a personal journey through the fashion industry of the 1990’s. A story told in her own voice with contributions from legendary fashion photographers, designers, editors and supermodels, whose energy and vision – like Claudia’s – captivated and shaped the decade.

CAPTIVATE! was successfully presented for the first time in the Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf/Germany.

The international touring of the exhibition is a cooperation project between the Kunstpalast and Expona.


Two-channel video installation, 33 mins

A long-form immersive poem in five parts, via sounds and colors, where the audience can congregate for introspection and self-reflection. Seeking Stillness is inspired by Carlo Rovelli’s “thermal time hypothesis,” the Rothko Chapel, and by the transcendental experience of the artist’s long winter runs. Some claim that art galleries are the new cathedrals: a place visited to unwind in the era of hyperconnectivity. From this exceptionally visceral experience emanates a pursuit of solace, a meditative and therapeutic moment.

This exhibition presents the work of artist Karen Penrith. It has been created using 5 acrylic earth tone colors in Australian indigenous imagery, colours which not only represent the land but also the humanity and the vibrancy of all peoples. The artist is a member of the Dja Dja Wurrung of central Victoria and the Yorta Yorta through her father Burnum Burnum. The exhibition consists of works on paper and arts and crafts, gathered to convey the beauty in humanity, strength and resilience.

This exhibition has been created by love for Kyrrah and Zachary, the artist’s children, and the spirit of humanity.

The exhibition is being made available for the first time.

The exhibition PABLO PICASSO: 25 YEARS OF EDITION CERAMICS From the Rosenbaum Collection features 40 ceramic works – plates, vases and pitchers, including 2 original ceramic works by Picasso, plus original posters from previous exhibitions and photomurals of Picasso at work at the Madoura pottery.

The exhibition presents a selection of the ceramics created by Pablo Picasso in collaboration with George and Suzanne Ramie and the artisans at their Madoura pottery workshop in Vallauris, Southern France, between the years 1947 and 1971.

Internationally famed for his paintings, sculpture, and graphics, Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) was long intrigued by ceramics. After seeing the works of the Madoura potters at a crafts fair in 1946, he asked Georges and Suzanne Ramie, who operated the studio, to provide him with the opportunity to work with ceramics.

From 1947 to 1971 the Ramies set aside space in their studio for Picasso to pot whenever he pleased. In return, Picasso allowed the Ramies to make and sell editions of ceramic pieces he produced at Madoura, and to retain all profits. Picasso personally made thousands of individual ceramic pieces. He kept virtually all of his own thrown pieces, most of which are now owned by his family or by museums.

Over the years Picasso and the Madoura studio produced 633 different plates, bowls, vases and pitchers, in limited editions ranging from 25 to 500. Picasso’s involvement in producing the objects varied. Sometimes he made the clay molds used for designs, while other times he painted on plates or pitchers taken from the drying racks. Picasso and Madoura’s artisans then finished the prototypes and produced the editions.

The exhibition features an essay and chronology of Picasso by Gerald Nordland, noted author and independent curator, and former Director of the San Francisco Art Museum, The Milwaukee Art Museum, The Wight Gallery, UCLA, and the Washington (D.C.) Gallery of Modern Art.

Landau Traveling Exhibitions of Los Angeles, CA, organized the exhibition and manages the museum tour. Over the past 30 years Landau Travelling Exhibitions has presented more than 500 fine art and architecture exhibitions at museums and universities throughout the world.

Among the great civilizations that populated the coasts of the Mediterranean and the territories of today’s Europe, the Etruscan population is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating, but still one of the least known to the general public.

This unique and in-depth exhibition brings to light the history of this mysterious and refined civilization in its evolution, from the 9th century BCE, up to the dominion of the Roman Empire in the 1st century BCE, particularly focusing on the relationship between the Etruscans and the populations of Southern Gaul.

Divided into 5 thematic sections, the exhibition unveils several and emblematic aspects of the extraordinary Etruscan civilization starting from its origins and its historical-geographical contextualization. An exceptional selection of original artefacts, leads the visitors on a journey through the Etruscan society, revealing its social, political, and urban structure, together with the divine dimension deeply sought by the Etruscans through divinatory arts, votive offerings, and funerary rituals. The exhibition ends up highlighting the strict ties between the Etruscan and the Roman culture, dealing with the great cultural, political, and religious heritage that the Etruscans left to the Roman Empire.

On show a selection of unique +100 original artifacts, drawing from some of the most important archaeological excavations in the territory of ancient Etruria, including artworks from the two most significant Etruscan museums of Tuscany, and from the coasts of ancient southern Gaul. This great selection of original objects is accompanied by graphic panels, educational material for adults and children, but also videos and video projections, technological and interactive devices, suggestive environments, immersive rooms and other innovative multimedia devices. 

The Largo Winch Adventure: From Comics to Economy is a new exhibition which invites visitors into the world of Largo Winch, the “humanist billionaire” and modern hero, for a unique experience of comics art and a contemporary economy adventure. 

With an exceptional original collection of more than 60 original artworks, manuscripts, artefacts, reproductions, videos and sets, the exhibition is designed to give visitors of all ages a chance to venture into the art of comics and the makings of a bestseller, exploring the creativity of the saga artists.

A curated journey through the 22 albums enables to (re)discover the fascinating realm and quests of the hero who, at just 26 years of age, inherits a vast financial empire. Transported into a world of comics, visitors meet with the hero, his team, his friends and his enemies, and discover the extraordinary cityscapes that populate the series landscapes along the hero’s adventures, from Istanbul to Chicago, London to Hong Kong, Amsterdam to Venice. 

Created by Citéco, Europe’s first ever museum devoted to economics, the exhibition also provides a highly original insight into the mysterious workings of contemporary economy, telling a story of 30 years of economy practices, major changes and challenges that have taken place since the first album of the series was published back in 1990. Visitors can grasp the basics of economics and delve into significant global economy concepts and events, from stock market crashes and subprime crisis to large-scale corruption, through the humanist billionaire’s adventures andthe discovery of a very unique artistic creation. 

The visitor journey

Visitors will delve into the Largo Winch thriller with its fast-paced, straightforward plots, punchy dialogues and hints of social satire, to experience how managing an empire like the W Group is an epic, thrilling and rewarding adventure filled with challenges as well as opportunities to share values and enthusiasm. 

The exhibition has been laid out in four sections that immerse visitors in the twists and turns of the Winch universe: 

Immersive introduction: an immersive video show introducing the visitor to the Largo Winch narrative

The Making of a Bestseller: introducing the authors and the creativity behind this enthralling saga; 

Who is Largo Winch?: meeting Largo Winch and the people around him – friends and enemies alike; 

Extraordinary Cityscapes: unveiling the main cities the Largo Winch adventures takes the readers to 

The Humanist Billionaire: an insight into contemporary economy, with the major transformations conveyed through the Largo adventures 

The Exhibition highlights

60 original comics plates

Large-format digital prints

Large holographic showcase of the Largo Winch Tower

Videos and projections

Large board table

Authors’ writing spaces and objects of inspiration

Designed reading space for visitors

Educational pack

The exhibition presentation

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In 2021 the Kunst Museum Winterthur in Switzerland is dedicating a major exhibition to the Expressionism in Switzerland. It is the first exhibition that includes the whole geographical area of Switzerland, including the artistic expressions in the French-speaking (western Switzerland) and Italian- speaking (southern area of Ticino) part of the country. How this radically new style developed in Switzerland is the theme of the exhibition.

Beside of paintings, also other artistic expressions like sculpture and graphic works will be highlighted in order to be able to draw a comprehensive picture of the Swiss Expressionism.

in particular a phenomenon typical of Switzerland becomes apparent, which is reflected in the multilingualism: Swiss artists stood between two major spheres of cultural influence: from Germany on the one hand and France on the other. While The New Objectivity and Cubism developed only to a limited extent in this country, the Expressionism is considered as the “strongest and most influential artistic-style of the Swiss Modernism”.


The Triumph of Nature brings together approximately 120 of the finest Art Nouveau treasures from the rich holdings of the Chrysler Museum of Art, drawing primarily from the collection of Walter P. and Jean Chrysler. Designing for a range of clients and settings including domestic interiors, innovative artists such as de Feure, Majorelle, and Gallé fashioned their eclectic works to play off each other in harmonious visual arrangements, conceiving of Art Nouveau as an enveloping style. To fully illustrate this concept, this comprehensive exhibition gathers a profusion of Art Nouveau works and accessories— furniture, paintings, sculpture, mosaics, books, posters, prints, lamps, glass from one of the country’s finest and largest collections, and other stunning objets d’art— all of them originally designed and coordinated to complement each other in elaborate ensembles. The Triumph of Nature celebrates the florid, languorous curves, natural motifs, and refined elegance of Art Nouveau furniture, glass, and other works that have entranced generations of collectors and museumgoers since the apex of this brief but intense movement around the turn of the twentieth century.The Antoni Gaudí exhibition has been visited by 700,000 people around the world, in countries such as Japan, South Korea, Russia, etc, in collaboration with Basílica de la Sagrada Família, Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera, the Càtedra Gaudí – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Casa Batlló, Casa Vicens, the Arxiu Històric del Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya, among many others. The aim of this exhibition is to provide a clear and didactic approximation to this eminent architect, one of the most outstanding figures in international architecture and art. Through his plans, drawings, models, furniture, architectural elements, sculptures, period photographs and various audiovisual aids, this exhibition introduces visitors both to this eminent architect and his most important work.  The present exhibition shows different building projects undertaken by Gaudí that shed light on some aspects of his work and its historical and cultural context. At first glance, one is amazed by the originality of his forms, ornamentation and chromaticism, the richness of his symbols and the inspiration he takes from nature. Looking further, one finds other underlying aspects that reveal Gaudí’s mastery and the rationality of the constructional system behind the forms. His unique talent is also apparent in the innovation of his constructional solutions, the result of lifelong meticulous study and work.  About 700,000 people have visited the exhibition around the world: 2012, 4 months, Zaragoza – Spain 2013, 3 months, Valladolid – Spain 2013, 3 months, Logroño – Spain 2014, 3 months, Tokyo – Japan 2014, 1 month, Kanazawa – Japan 2014 – 2015, 3 months, Nagasaki, Japan 2015, 3 months, Kobe, Japan 2015 , 2 months, Sendai, Japan 2015, 4 months, Seoul, South Korea 2015 – 2016, 4 Months, Daegu, South Korea 2016, 4 months, Changwon, South Korea 2017, 5 months, Moscow, Russian Federation 2018 – 2019, 6 months, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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