Announces 2013-2017 Available International Traveling Exhibitions
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EDG is pleased to be sending on its first North American tour, the prestigious survey of masterworks from Canada's Beaverbrook Art Gallery in New Brunswick. The exhibition highlights 75 of the Gallery’s most exquisite works by world-renowned masters: Cranach, Copley, Delacroix, Gainsborough, Constable, Reynolds, Romney, Sargent, Sisley, Turner, Freud and others, and by prominent Canadian artists including members of the Group of Seven. The highlight of the exhibition is Salvador Dali’s monumental painting, Santiago El Grande. We seek two additional museums to host this exceptional exhibition. Click here to view exhibition brochure.
Tour Availability: 2013-2014
Heavenly Jade of the Maya will coincide with the end of the 5,125–year cycle of the famous Maya long count calendar on December 21, 2012. The exhibition includes more than 90 objects (most never before seen outside of Guatemala) including the complete headdress–all in jade–from the tomb of a Maya queen. The exhibition also includes artifacts from temple offerings and royal tombs, such as painted ceramics and artifacts of stone, obsidian and shell. The exhibition is endorsed by Francisco Villagran de Leon, Ambassador of Guatemala to the United States. Click here to view exhibition brochure.
Tour Availability: 2014-2017
In addition to his political and military callings, Napoléon I had an appetite for beautiful things. He showered his wives, his lovers and his family with lavish gifts commissioned from the grand luxury manufactories of France, which he also employed to furnish his many royal palaces. The Eye of Napoléon features the art that figured prominently in the life of the charismatic ruler: paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, books, jewelry and decorative arts. Through these objects, The Eye of Napoléon
ties us to the times and tastes of Napoléon, who shaped the style of an era, commonly known as the Empire Style. Click here to view exhibition brochure.
From the first sketches of Mickey to the creation of Woody and the gang, Saturday morning cartoons and children’s cinema have truly come a long way. One hundred and fifty years of animation history are on view in Watch Me Move: The Animation Show. Comprising 111 of the finest animation works, the exhibition includes cutouts, collages, puppets and stop-motion animations by world-renowned animators, filmmakers and contemporary artists. Click here to view exhibition brochure.
Tour Availability: 2013-2015
CUT! Costume and Cinema explores the vital role of costume design in film-making, where meticulously tailored and often opulent creations are an indispensible feature of a film's setting and visual appeal. Displayed together with undergarments, hats, jewelry and other accessories, 43 costumes take center stage in this lavish display of creativity and expert craftsmanship. Included in the exhibition are costumes from blockbuster productions such as The Duchess, Defiance, Pirates of the Caribbean, Casanova and Sherlock Holmes. Click to view exhibition brochure.
Giambattista Piranesi (1720 - 1778) was a key figure in the formation of 18th century taste and style, yet his work defies categories of style and technique. the Arts of Piranesi, which opened in Venice in 2010 to rave reviews, is an innovative interactive exhibition that highlights the diverse artistic skills and the influential role of this eclectic visionary artist. Designed by world-renowned architect Michele de Lucchi, the exhibition includes more than 300 original etchings from the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice, Italy. Central are objects recreated from Piranesi’s original designs using the most advanced digital technologies and 3D printing.
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the Arts of Piranesi is enjoying a ten-month run at Caixa Forum in Barcelona, Spain, having previously been on view at Caixa Forum, Madrid, Spain and the Cini Foundation in Venice, Italy.
the Arts of Piranesi will begin its North American tour at the San Diego Museum of Art, on March 28, 2013 and will be on view through July 7, 2013.
Exhibits Development Group brings traveling art, science, history and cultural exhibitions of any scale to international viability and success. Our staff has developed a solid reputation in museums and cultural institutions throughout the world for our suite of exhibition-related services to supplement and complement existing programs and resources. EDG represents museums, foundations, private collection owners and other exhibition organizers in our reach for a wider international audience. Our portfolio is two-fold: scholarly projects created by the EDG team of traveling exhibition experts and collaborative scholars, scientists and curators; and exhibitions created by our partners seeking EDG’s exhibition services.
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