2019, and where did I go?

Tripline 2019

JANUARY

  1. Musee Camille Claudel, Nogent Sur Siene
  2. Musee Picasso, Paris
  3. Musee L’Orangerie, Paris
  4. Musee D’orsay, Paris
  5. Museum of Modern Art, Paris
  6. Marmottan Monet Museum, Paris

FEBRUARY

  1. IWM, North
  2. Neue Galerie, New York
  3. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  4. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  5. Solomon Guggenheim, New York
  6. Museum of Modern Art, New York
  7. Wedgewood Museum, Barlaston

MARCH

  1. Somerset House- Good Grief, Charlie Brown
  2. Tate Modern- Dorothea Tanning Pierre Bonnard
  3. Two Temple Place- John Ruskin and the Art of Seeing

APRIL

  1. Ashmolean, Oxford – Jeff Koons
  2. Holbourne House, Bath – George Shaw
  3. Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery – Leonardo di Vinci drawings and Rachel McLean’s Too Cute
  4. British Museum – Edvard Munch: Love and Angst
  5. Musee Jacquemart Andre, Paris – Hammershoi: Master of Danish Painting
  6. Musee l’orangerie – Marc and Macke
  7. Royal Academy: Renaissance Nude
  8. Tate Britain – Van Gogh and Britain

MAY

  1. Waldemar Januczeck at the Walker
  2. Williamson Art Gallery, Birkenhead
  3. Rennie Mackintosh at the Walker
  4. Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
  5. Fitzwilliam Museum and Art Gallery

JUNE

  1. Sorolla- Master of Light, National Gallery
  2. Aerodrome at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

JULY

  1. Frankfurt
  2. Köln
  3. Mainz

AUGUST

  1. Valencia
  2. Paula Rego, Milton Keynes Gallery
  3. Felix Vallotten, Royal Academy
  4. Natalie Goncharovna, Tate Modern
  5. Olafur Eliasson, Tate Modern
  6. Cutting Edge, Modernist British Printmaking
  7. Glasgow, Kelingrove
  8. Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

SEPTEMBER

  1. Last Supper at Pompeii, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

OCTOBER

  1. Theodore Major
  2. Mandy Payne, Huddersfield Museum and Art Gallery

NOVEMBER

  1. William Blake – Tate Britain

DECEMBER