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December 21st, 2010
Advanced Schedule of Exhibitions 2010/2011

NEW AND UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

  • The Peacock Male: Exuberance and Extremes in Masculine Dress
    January 22 through June 2011
  • Late Gothic and Renaissance Cologne: Paintings from the John G. Johnson Collection
    February through July 2011
  • George Inness in Italy
    February 19 through May 15, 2011
  • Paris Through the Window: Marc Chagall and His Circle
    March 1 through July 10, 2011
  • Roberto Capucci: Art into Fashion
    March 16 through June 5, 2011
  • Health for Sale: Posters from the William H. Helfand Collection
    April 2 through July 31, 2011
  • Romancing the West: Alfred Jacob Miller in the Bank of America Collection
    June 4 through September 18, 2011
  • Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus
    August 3 through October 30, 2011
  • Rembrandt’s Workshop and Circle
    August 2011 through spring 20121
  • Zoe Strauss Under I-95
    January through March 2012
  • Van Gogh Up Close
    February through April 2012

Ongoing Exhibitions

  • An Eakins Masterpiece Restored: Seeing “The Gross Clinic” Anew
    Through January 9, 2011
  • Michelangelo Pistoletto: From One to Many, 1956-1972
    Through January 17, 2011
  • Michelangelo Pistoletto: Cittadellarte
    Through January 17, 2011
  • Pleasures and Pastimes in Japanese Art
    Through January 2011
  • Art in Revolutionary Philadelphia
    Through January 2011
  • David Teniers’s Theatrum Pictorium and the John G. Johnson Collection
    Through January 2011
  • Live Cinema/In the Round: Contemporary Art from the East Mediterranean
    Through February 6, 2011
  • Virtues and Vices: Moralizing Prints in the Low Countries, 1550-1600
    Through February 27, 2011
  • Mark Cohen: Strange Evidence
    Through March 13, 2011
  • Threaded Adornment: Four Centuries of English Embroidery
    Through spring 2011
  • Flora and Fauna in Korean Art
    Through spring 2011
  • Informed By Fire: Highlights of American Ceramics
    Through spring 2011
  • A Royal Passion: Meissen and Asian Porcelain from Augustus the Strong’s Japanese Palace
    Through April 3, 2011
  • Alessi: Ethical and Radical
    Through April 10, 2011
  • Monumental “Miniatures”: Large-scale Paintings from India
    Through March 2011

  • A Glimpse of Paradise: Gold in Islamic Art
    Through March 2011
  • Isamu Noguchi at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
    Through August 2010

  • Tailoring Philadelphia: Tradition and Innovation in Menswear
    Through Fall 2010
  • Porcelain for the Emperor: Chinese Ceramics of the Kangxi Reign (1662-1722)
    Ongoing from August 7, 2010
  • To Love, Honor and Obey? Stories of Italian Renaissance Marriage Chests
    Ongoing from July 3, 2010

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