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Limited Availability on EDG Exhibition Tours! Act Now! 

Exhibits Development Group is booking four exceptional exhibitions internationally! Don't miss your chance to join the tours of CUT! Costume and the Cinema; The Eye of Napoléon; the Arts of Piranesi: architect, etcher, antiquarian, vedutista, designer and Watch Me Move: The Animation Show.

Contact Antonio Rodriguez, Director of International Business Development, for more information about these exhibitions and their tour schedules,

Liberace: Remixed is an experiential exhibition based on the life of Mr. Showmanship himself, Liberace. The exhibition is an homage to one of the world's biggest entertainers and philanthropists.

Discover what it was like for Liberace growing up in a small, Midwestern town. Follow the makings of his brilliant career and experience the unmatched splendor and ingenuity of his award-winning performances.

The exhibition showcases Liberace's brilliantly adorned costumes, one-of-a-kind pianos, impressive cars and much more!

Your guests will fall in love with Liberace when they (re)discover his unmatched talent and style of entertainment.

Coming soon to international museums!

Leading North American institutions have already booked these exhibitions, now it is time to bring these experiences abroad! Sherlock Holmes: The Science of Deduction; Heavenly Jade of the Maya; America the Beautiful: The Monumental Landscape of Clyde Butcher; Copley, Delacroix, Dali and Others: Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery; Window on the West: Views from the American Frontier and Expressions of Arctic Tradition: Contemporary Inuit Art.

Antonio Rodriguez will be at AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo™ in Minneapolis to inform you about bringing these exhibitions to your guests. Contact Antonio to meet during the annual conference 29. April – 2. May,

In Development

EDG is developing two new exhibitions that will be available internationally, "Moon Tears" The Sacred Art of Silver from the Mapuche of Chile. Coleccion Domeyko Cassel and Dinosaurs Take Wing.  To learn more about these upcoming opportunities, contact Antonio Rodriguez.

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