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SINATRA 100

A new travelling exhibition, available for Europe, pays tribute to Frank Sinatra, who would have been 100 years old this year. Co-curated by Frank Sinatra’s grand-daughter…

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Manolo Blahnik

Featuring more than 250 iconic pieces from the 1970’s till today, MANOLO BLAHNIK: THE ART OF THE SHOE will be a retrospective celebrating 40 years of…

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Patriotic Kimonos

The Kimono exhibition is a stunning display of over 150 kimonos and related textiles focusing on pre-war, the war years, and post-war Japan (1895-1960). These patriotic…

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United States of Alternatives

This new portrait photography exhibition was created by American artist Danny Goldfield as a reaction to the seismic changes in the political landscape and offers alternative…

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Where Architects Live

8 architects, 8 cities, 8 homes, 1 exhibition: Where Architects Live is a diary of explorations into the private spaces of eight of the world’s leading…

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Giuseppe Verdi – by Salvador Aulestia

The artist Salvatore Aulestia belongs with Pablo Picasso, Juan Miro, Salvador Dali, Antoni Tapies and a few others, to the restricted group of Spanish creative minds…

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Salvador Dalí Collection

Showcasing the works of the Master of Surrealism, this important collection includes sculptures, rare graphic art, glasswork, and watercolours. Salvador Dalí worked in many media producing…

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Retracing Futurism

We are pleased to present works from two family archive of Futurism, Italy’s most important art movement of the last 150 years. Luigi Russolo Archives Luigi…

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