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1 THE ART NEWSPAPER, No. 212, APRIL Japan s love of exhibitions proves recession-proof Change at the top of the European blockbuster tree in Paris, London and Moscow, but business as usual in New York In Paris, London and Moscow young museums have toppled long-established ones from the top of the exhibition tree in each respective city. But globally Japan s museums remain in a league of their own when it comes to organising blockbuster exhibitions. In The Art Newspaper s 15th annual survey of attendance figures three Tokyo museums and one in Nara, 300 miles south west of the capital, fill the top four places. As in 2008, the average visitor-per-day statistics from Japan are staggering. When the Tokyo National Museum displayed Ashura, one of the nation s most famous Buddhist statues, along with other treasures from the Kohfukuji temple, Nara, on average 15,960 people a day went to see them. In Nara itself, the capital of Japan in the eighth century, almost the same number of people went daily to see Shoso-in treasures, which included objects belonging to Emperor Shomu ( ), at the Nara National Museum. When the Tokyo National Museum borrowed treasures from the Imperial Collection to mark the 20th anniversary of the coronation of Emperor Akihito, it attracted a mere 9,473 visitors a day. The huge crowds flocking to see Japan s spiritual treasures has a spiritual as well as artistic dimension with some people praying in front of the objects in the museums. This phenomenon was the subject of a symposium at the Tokyo National Museum last month. Greg Irvine, the senior curator in the Japanese department of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, who attended the symposium and the Ashura exhibition, says the popularity of such shows is increasing, and it mirrors the popularity of open days in the temples. The negotiations involved in getting [such treasures] to the museum are endless, he says. European old master paintings remain a big draw in Japan. The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, borrowed paintings from the Louvre, including work by Rembrandt, Poussin and Velázquez, to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The show attracted more than 850,000 visitors. There is a museum new to the blockbuster list in fifth place: the Musée Quai Branly in Paris. The ethnographic museum attracted an average of 7,868 visitors a day to the second edition of its Photoquai Biennale, a celebration of international photography, just ahead of Picasso and the Masters at the Grand Palais. A third show in Paris, the Pompidou s Kandinsky, proved almost as popular, which put the venue in seventh place, a rise of 30 places on its Giacometti show in In terms of strength in depth from one institution, New York s Museum of Modern Art Image courtesy of Tokyo National Museum Tokyo s top draw: Ashura statue and other national treasures from the Kohfukuji temple, Nara (MoMA) is unrivalled. In 2009 its exhibitions provided seven of the top 16 shows. Joan Miró attracted 6,299 visitors a day, and Pipilotti Rist s Pour Your Body Out (7345 Cubic Meters), a sensuous multi-media makeover of its otherwise chilly atrium, attracted almost the same number of visitors. Van Gogh and the Colours of the Night attracted more than 436,000 visitors in total, but when the average visitor per day is calculated, the show comes after James Ensor, Ron Arad, Martin Kippenberger and Marlene Dumas exhibitions. This may be reflection of the effectiveness of MoMA s timed-entry ticketing THE TOP 30 EXHIBITIONS for Van Gogh, however. Staying in the US, the Metropolitan Museum of Art s Vermeer s Masterpiece The Milkmaid, the latter on loan from the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, came next after MoMA s best seven. In recent years, the Royal Academy of Arts, the British Museum, Tate and the National 15, ,172 Ashura and Masterpieces from Kohfukuji Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 31 Mar-7 Jun 14, ,294 61st Annual Exhibition of Shoso-in Treasures Nara National Museum Nara 24 Oct-2 Nov 9, ,944 Treasures of the Imperial Collections Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 6 Oct-29 Nov 9, ,256 17th-century Painting from the Louvre National Museum of Western Art Tokyo 28 Feb-14 Jun 7, ,256 2nd Photoquai Biennale Musée Quai Branly Paris 22 Sep-22 Nov 7, ,352 Picasso and the Masters Grand Palais Paris 8 Oct 08-2 Feb 6, ,000 Kandinsky Centre Pompidou Paris 8 Apr-10 Aug 6, ,068 Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting Museum of Modern Art New York 2 Nov Jan 6, ,476 Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out Museum of Modern Art New York 19 Nov 08-2 Feb 5, ,219 Treasures of the Habsburg Monarchy National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 25 Sep-14 Dec 5, ,408 James Ensor Museum of Modern Art New York 28 Jun-21 Sep 5, ,995 Ron Arad: No Discipline Museum of Modern Art New York 2 Aug-19 Oct 4, ,894 Martin Kippenberger: Problem Perspective Museum of Modern Art New York 1 Mar-11 May 4,939 51,505 12th Japan Media Arts Festival National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 4 Feb-5 Feb 4, ,821 Marlene Dumas: Measuring Your Own Grave Museum of Modern Art New York 14 Dec Feb 4, ,343 Van Gogh and the Colours of the Night Museum of Modern Art New York 21 Sep 08-5 Jan 4, ,267 Joaquín Sorolla Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid 26 May-13 Sep 4, ,446 Vermeer s Masterpiece The Milkmaid Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 10 Sep-29 Nov 4, ,233 Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from Kabul Museum of Fine Arts Houston 1 Mar-17 May 4, ,990 Frank Lloyd Wright: from Within Outward Guggenheim Museum New York 15 May-23 Aug 4, ,821 Warhol s Wide World Grand Palais Paris 18 Mar-13 Jul 4, ,132 Aernout Mik Museum of Modern Art New York 6 May-27 Jul 4, ,521 Picasso-Manet Musée d Orsay Paris 8 Oct 08-1 Feb 4, ,800 Alexander Calder Centre Pompidou Paris 18 Mar-20 Jul 4, ,833 Masterpieces of Zen Culture from Myoshinji Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 20 Jan-1 Mar 4, ,208 Egypt: the Great Civilisation National Museum of Korea Seoul 28 Apr-30 Aug 4, ,714 Into the Sunset Museum of Modern Art New York 29 Mar-8 Jun 4, ,612 The Revolution Continues Saatchi Gallery London 9 Oct Jan 3, ,583 Six Billion Others Grand Palais Nave Paris 10 Jan-12 Feb 3, ,719 Banksy vs Bristol Museum City Museum and Art Gallery Bristol 13 Jun-31 Aug CONTINUED PP24-29 Gallery have staged London s crowd-pulling exhibitions. But in 2009, as in Paris, a new kid on the block jumped to pole position. The gallery of collector Charles Saatchi, rehoused in the former Duke of York s barracks, has shifted the centre of gravity westward in London to fashionable Chelsea. The new gallery s opening exhibition, The Revolution Continues: New Art from China, and its follow-up, Unveiled: New Art from the Middle East, put it in first and third spot in the UK list. Tate Modern s Rothko exhibition, albeit a charging show whereas the Saatchi Gallery s are free, came eighth in the UK listings. The National G a l l e r y s Corot to Monet show was ninth. In second place in the UK is a museum never before ranked in our survey. Bristol s municipal museum and art gallery was remixed by its local street artist made good: Banksy. Nearly 4,000 people a day turned out to see the results, trumping the London-based nationals. In Melbourne, Australia, as in Bristol in the west of England, people who do not ordinarily go to museums were tempted by Salvador Dalí at the National Gallery of Victoria. The Spanish surrealist drew 332,000 people, Nara s Ashura Methodology All figures were calculated automatically by our database, which computes the number of days an exhibition was open using the following formula: total number of days between start date and end date, divided by seven, multiplied by the number of days per week the institution is open, minus exceptional closures. As this formula always produces an imperfect number (a division of seven) all figures are out by a potential margin of 2%. As the same margin applies uniformly to all averages given, the list represents a fair comparison, however. All data used was supplied by the institutions concerned. Many institutions have one ticket for the entire museum and cannot provide individual attendance for temporary exhibitions. Some institutions offer a number of exhibitions for a single ticket: these are shown as one entry. Institutions with more than one building were asked to provide separate total museum attendance figures for each venue. These venues are marked with an asterisk (*). Institutions that could not provide separate figures were excluded from this portion of the survey. just short of the art museum s record set in 2004 with an impressionist show. Joaquín Sorolla does not rank among the giants of Spanish art, and yet an exhibition of his narrative paintings and portraits of the late 19th and early 20th century broke a ten-year-old attendance record at the Museo del Prado, Madrid. In Moscow, the new Garage Centre for Contemporary Art was the most visited venue in the Russian capital, attracting three times the number of visitors per day to the Moscow Biennial than the Tretyakov did with a thematic exhibition of flowers in Russian art. A s l a r g e - s c a l e exhibitions can take several years to prepare, the effects of the f i n a n c i a l recession and the scarcity of business sponsorship to mount them will begin to become apparent in next year s list. The silver lining for many museums during a tough 2009 funding wise has been that total attendance figures have generally held firm or dipped only slightly. Javier Pes Figures compiled by Emily Sharpe and Helen Stoilas with Rob Curran, Megan Empey, Alessandra Franzi, James Hobbs and Josephine Von Perfal

2 24 THE ART NEWSPAPER, No. 212, APRIL , ,869 In & Out of Amsterdam Museum of Modern Art New York 19 Jul-5 Oct 3, ,683 The Studio Sessions SFMoMA San Francisco 3 Jul-13 Sep 3, ,702 Unveiled: New Art from the Middle East Saatchi Gallery London 30 Jan-9 May 3, ,717 In Praise of Shadows Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 5 Nov 08-4 Jan 3, ,892 Children in the Louvre Collection National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 25 Mar-1 Jun 3, ,444 Paul Gauguin National Museum of Modern Art Tokyo 3 Jul-23 Sep 3, ,156 Juan Muñoz Reina Sofía Madrid 21 Apr-31 Aug 3, ,459 The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 6 May-9 Aug 3, ,473 Anish Kapoor Royal Academy of Arts London 26 Sep-11 Dec 3, ,914 Theanyspacewhatever Guggenheim Museum New York 24 Oct 08-7 Jan 3, ,304 Avant-gardes Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam 26 Jun-23 Aug 3, ,661 Georgia O Keeffe and Ansel Adams SFMoMA San Francisco 30 May-7 Sep 3, ,065 Kayama Matazo Retrospective National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 21 Jan-2 Mar 3, ,520 Salvador Dalí: Liquid Desire National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne 12 Jun-4 Oct 3, ,636 Return to Manhattan Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 1 Apr-1 Jun 3, ,837 The Third Mind Guggenheim Museum New York 30 Jan-19 Apr 3, ,872 Mystery and Brilliance Musée d Orsay Paris 8 Oct 08-1 Feb 3, ,453 Looking In: Robert Frank s The Americans SFMoMA San Francisco 16 May-23 Aug 3, ,859 Francis Bacon: a Centenary Retrospective Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 20 May-16 Aug 3, ,518 Cai Guo-Qiang Guggenheim Bilbao 17 Mar-20 Sep 3, ,276 León Ferrari & Mira Schendel Museum of Modern Art New York 5 Apr-15 Jun 3, ,230 Murakami Guggenheim Bilbao 17 Feb-31 May 3, ,362 Artist s Choice: Vik Muniz, Rebus Museum of Modern Art New York 11 Dec Feb 3, ,000 3rd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art Garage Centre Moscow 25 Sep-25 Oct 3, ,420 BP Portrait Award National Portrait Gallery London 18 Jun-20 Sep 3, ,000 Pollock Pinacothèque Paris 15 Oct Feb 3, ,469 The First Emperor: China s Terracotta Army High Museum of Art Atlanta 16 Nov Apr 3, ,741 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Serpentine Gallery London 11 Jul-16 Oct 3, ,508 Our Guest: Vermeer Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 11 Mar-1 Jun 3, ,363 Great Treasures of Court Culture Kyoto National Museum Kyoto 10 Jan-22 Feb 3, ,800 Accommodating Nature: Frank Gohlke Smithsonian American Art Museum Washington 5 Dec 08-3 Mar 3, , th Anniversary of Korean Museums National Museum of Korea Seoul 29 Sep-8 Nov 3, ,987 Pierre Bonnard: the Late Interiors Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 27 Jan-19 Apr 2, ,750 Not New Work: Vincent Fecteau Selects SFMoMA San Francisco 25 Jul-8 Nov 2, ,436 Cy Twombly: the Natural World Art Institute of Chicago Chicago 16 May-11 Oct 2, ,600 Jean Shin: Common Threads Smithsonian American Art Museum Washington 1 May-26 Jul 2, ,310 Richard Avedon SFMoMA San Francisco 11 Jul-29 Nov 2, , Favourites Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam 3 Oct Jan 2, ,000 Tutankhamun Dallas Museum of Art Dallas 3 Oct May 2, ,252 Francis Bacon Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid 3 Feb-19 Apr 2, ,283 Tsars and the East Freer and Sackler Galleries Washington 9 May-13 Sep 2, ,154 The Tale of Shuten Doji Freer and Sackler Galleries Washington 21 Mar-20 Sep 2, ,139 Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba/Fiona Tan Freer and Sackler Galleries Washington 14 Mar-5 Jul 2, ,653 Shahzia Sikander/Sun Xun Freer and Sackler Galleries Washington 18 Jul-8 Nov 2, ,000 Harry Burton and the Tomb of Tutankhamun Michael C. Carlos Museum Atlanta 15 Nov May 2, ,521 Sensate: Bodies and Design SFMoMA San Francisco 7 Aug-8 Nov 2, ,236 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize National Portrait Gallery London 6 Nov Feb 2, ,322 All the Histories of Art Guggenheim Bilbao 3 Oct Jan 2, ,679 A Day in Pompeii Melbourne Museum Melbourne 26 Jun-25 Oct 2, ,806 Gauguin Nagoya/Boston Museum Nagoya 18 Apr-21 Jun 2, ,137 Cézanne and Beyond Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia 26 Feb-31 May 2, ,645 Contemporary Photography Art Institute of Chicago Chicago 16 May-13 Sep 2, ,000 The Treasure of Ulysses Davis High Museum of Art Atlanta 6 Dec 08-5 Apr 2, ,477 The Roman Empire National Museum of Western Art Tokyo 19 Sep-13 Dec Courtesy the artist, Luhring Augustine and Hauser & Wirth CONTEMPORARY TOP TEN The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, regained its contemporary top spot in The Grand Palais Nave, Paris, displaced it in 2008 with Images in the Night. Pipilotti Rist's atrium installation (left, still, 2008), Marlene Dumas and Aernout Mik exhibitions, and a Martin Kippenberger survey provided four of the top five shows at MoMA. Tokyo's National Art Center's media arts festival and the new Saatchi Gallery, London, filled the third and sixth spots. The street artist Banksy propelled Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery into eighth. The Studio Sessions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, a new media-based show about the machinations of the art world, provided an unexpected ninth place. J.P. TOTAL ART MUSEUM NUMBERS 8,500,000 Louvre Paris 5,569,981 British Museum London 4,891,450 Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 4,780,030 National Gallery London 4,747,537 Tate Modern London 4,605,606 National Gallery of Art Washington 3,530,000 Centre Pompidou Paris 3,022,012 Musée d Orsay Paris 2,763,094 Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid 2,730,204 National Museum of Korea Seoul 2,672,761 Museum of Modern Art New York 2,574,804 Taiwan Palace Museum Taiwan 2,426,203 State Hermitage Museum St Petersburg 2,273,634 Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 2,269,900 Victoria and Albert Museum London 2,087,415 Reina Sofía Madrid 1,961,843 National Portrait Gallery London 1,846,889 Art Institute of Chicago Chicago 1,840,812 De Young Museum San Francisco 1,572,171 Moscow Kremlin Museum Moscow 1,530,318 Galleria degli Uffizi Florence 1,513,249 National Museum of Western Art Tokyo 1,501,837 Tate Britain London 1,500,000 Mori Art Museum Tokyo 1,496,438 Musée Quai Branly Paris 1,451,139 Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam 1,368,096 Kelvingrove Art Gallery Glasgow 1,312,762 Art Gallery of New South Wales Sydney 1,300,000 Children s Museum Indianapolis 1,283,401 State Tretyakov Gallery Moscow 1,274,774 Museum of Fine Arts Houston 1,267,784 Royal Academy of Arts London 1,263,111 Guggenheim Museum New York 1,260,840 Saatchi Gallery London 1,216,799 Palazzo Ducale Venice 1,186,493 National Portrait Gallery Washington 1,153,903 *Getty Museum (Getty Center) Los Angeles 1,140,959 Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna 1,130,136 Galleria dell Accademia Florence 1,093,000 Pergamonmuseum Berlin 1,061,106 Museo Picasso Barcelona 1,002,300 Smithsonian American Art Museum Washington 994,307 National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 972,000 Pinacothèque Paris 968,649 Freer and Sackler Galleries Washington 926,545 Museum of Fine Arts Boston 907,000 Dallas Museum of Art Dallas 905,048 Guggenheim Bilbao 900,000 National Art Museum of China Beijing 894,161 National Gallery Complex Edinburgh 864,252 Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 833,893 Imperial War Museum London 822,537 *NGV International Melbourne 822,174 Palazzo Reale Milan 812,479 Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia 804,282 Museo Castel Sant Angelo Rome 801,890 Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza Madrid 800,000 National Portrait Gallery Canberra 782,469 National Gallery of Ireland Dublin 768,886 *Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia Melbourne 766,000 Art Gallery of Ontario Toronto 752,588 Galerie Belvedere Vienna 734,353 Serpentine Gallery London 733,623 Institut Valéncia d Art Modern Valéncia 707,391 Musée d Art Moderne de la Ville Paris 703,520 SFMoMA San Francisco 695,545 LACMA Los Angeles 686,176 MACBA Barcelona 679,333 Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts Brussels 668,125 Hirshhorn Museum Washington 641,625 Museo Centrale del Risorgimento Rome 640,320 Palazzo Pitti Florence 635,042 Nara National Museum Nara 630,000 Hermitage Amsterdam Amsterdam 625,000 Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 624,936 Albertina Vienna 610,371 Walker Art Center Minneapolis 600,833 Moderna Museet Stockholm 565,088 Kunsthalle der Bundesrepublik Bonn 564,504 City Museum and Art Gallery Bristol 558,471 Reggia di Caserta Caserta 552,445 *Queensland Art Gallery Brisbane 549,154 National Museum of Modern Art Tokyo 547,935 Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 545,256 National Gallery of Australia Canberra 541,638 Tate Liverpool Liverpool 540,035 Musée National des Beaux-arts Montreal 536,916 Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow 535,000 High Museum of Art Atlanta 531,000 Altes Museum Berlin 528,781 Musei Capitolini Rome 526,115 Museum of Modern Art Moscow 525,617 Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis 523,000 Museo Nazionale del Cinema Turin 521,335 Museo Egizio Turin 513,775 Galleria Borghese Rome 504,488 Frederik Meijer Gardens Grand Rapids 504,100 Museo di San Marco Venice 501,837 Triennale di Milano Milan 487,359 Museum of Fine Arts Budapest 480,468 National Museum Krakow Krakow 480,121 *Queensland GoMA Brisbane 475,045 Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Humlebaek 468,963 Museum of Transport Glasgow 455,373 Israel Museum Jerusalem 455,000 Gemeentemuseum The Hague 450,000 National Archaeological Museum Athens 440,711 Musée Magritte Brussels 438,500 Istanbul Modern Istanbul 433,584 Art Gallery of South Australia Adelaide 421,282 National Gallery Oslo 409,585 Saint Louis Art Museum St Louis 408,469 Manchester Art Gallery Manchester 403,758 Fundaçao Serralves Porto 400,000 Musée Maillol Paris 388,063 Palazzo Vecchio Florence 387,213 Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 383,893 Nationalmuseum Stockholm 380,000 Palais des Beaux-Arts Brussels 380,000 Museo Nazionale della Scienza Milan 378,254 Indianapolis Museum of Art Indianapolis 377,645 Detroit Institute of Arts Detroit 366,755 Galleria Palatina Florence 364,269 Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge 357,625 Hamburger Kunsthalle Hamburg 357,069 Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 348,445 Whitechapel Gallery London 347,183 Peggy Guggenheim Collection Venice 343,000 Kulturforum Berlin 339,612 Legion of Honor San Francisco 337,044 Pinacoteca di Brera Milan 336,142 Kyoto National Museum Kyoto 333,937 Gallerie dell Accademia Venice 332,200 Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 331,889 Castello Sforzesco Milan 330,572 Tesoro di San Pietro Vatican City 328,773 Stadel Museum Frankfurt 326,000 Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin 325,759 Fondation Beyeler Basel 322,152 Whitney Museum New York 318,000 Seattle Art Museum Seattle 314,292 Asian Art Museum San Francisco 6, ,476 Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out Museum of Modern Art New York 19 Nov 08-2 Feb 4, ,894 Martin Kippenberger: Problem Perspective Museum of Modern Art New York 1 Mar-11 May 4,939 51,505 12th Japan Media Arts Festival National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 4-15 Feb 4, ,821 Marlene Dumas: Measuring Your Own Grave Museum of Modern Art New York 14 Dec Feb 4, ,132 Aernout Mik Museum of Modern Art New York 6 May-27 Jul 4, ,612 The Revolution Continues Saatchi Gallery London 9 Oct Jan 3, ,583 Six Billion Others Grand Palais Nave Paris 10 Jan-12 Feb 3, ,719 Banksy vs Bristol Museum City Museum and Art Gallery Bristol 13 Jun-1 Aug 3, ,683 The Studio Sessions SFMoMA San Francisco 3 Jul-13 Sep 3, ,702 Unveiled: New Art from the Middle East Saatchi Gallery London 30 Jan-9 May At the top of the annual museum attendance list for 2009, the world s great encyclopaedic museums, the Louvre, British Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, stand proud as in previous years. Institutions that have unveiled new wings include the Museo del Prado and the Art Institute of Chicago: the Prado s, which opened in April 2007, increased visitors comfort and convenience more than numbers last year, accommodating an extra 4,100 people. But the Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago, which opened its doors in May last year, helped boost the art museum s attendance by almost 450,000. The Reina Sofía in Madrid also did well, breaking the two million mark last year. J.P. Institutions with more than one building such as the National Gallery of Victoria were asked to provide separate total museum attendance figures for each venue. These venues are marked above with an asterisk (*). The Moscow Kremlin Museums DECORATIVE ARTS TOP TEN The spirit of Diana Vreeland, who put the Metropolitan Museum of Art s costume collection on the blockbuster map, lives on. The New York museum's fashion exhibition The Model as Muse tops the 2009 decorative arts list, even though it attracted 2,000 visitors per day fewer than the Met's 2008 costume extravaganza, Superheroes. The commitment of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco to the decorative arts paid dividends with two shows in the top ten. Yves Saint Laurent (fourth) and a triple whammy of Fabergé, Tiffany and Lalique at its Legion of Honor museum (ninth) collectively drew 3,000 visitors a day. Ornate artefacts, including a helmet from the 16th-century (left), at the Freer and Sackler Gallery s Tsars and the East lured over 368,000 visitors to the Washington, DC, museum. J.P. THEMATIC TOP TEN Formerly called survey, this category features shows that span time periods and/or categories but fall under one theme. Royal treasures once again reign supreme with a display in Tokyo of paintings and decorative objects created under the patronage of the Habsburgs coming top. Drawn from the collection of Vienna s Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, the exhibition contained masterpieces by Dürer, Velázquez, El Greco and Titian. Also popular were exhibitions focusing on shadows in art, one staged in Dublin and the other in Madrid (left, Andy Warhol, The Shadow, 1981), ranking third and eighth respectively. Two exhibitions of works on loan from the Louvre's collection also make the top ten. E.S. 3, ,459 The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 6 May-9 Aug 2, ,283 Tsars and the East Freer and Sackler Galleries Washington 9 May-13 Sep 2, ,710 Story of... : Memories of Cartier Creations Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 28 Mar-31 May 1, ,214 Yves Saint Laurent De Young Museum San Francisco1 Nov 08-5 Apr 1, ,990 René Lalique: a Retrospective National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 24 Jun-7 Sep 1, ,199 Louis Vuitton: a Passion for Creation Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 22 May-9 Aug 1, ,249 Calder Jewellery Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 9 Dec 08-1 Mar 1, ,468 Taking Shape Getty Center Los Angeles 31 Mar-5 Jul 1, ,481 Artistic Luxury: Fabergé, Tiffany, Lalique Legion of Honor San Francisco 7 Feb-31 May 1,074 50,801 Underglaze Blue Porcelain Ware in Asia Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 14 Jul-6 Sep 5, ,219 Treasures of the Habsburg Monarchy National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 25 Sep-14 Dec 3, ,869 In & Out of Amsterdam Museum of Modern Art New York 19 Jul-5 Oct 3, ,717 In Praise of Shadows Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 5 Nov 08-4 Jan 3, ,892 Children in the Louvre Collection National Art Center Tokyo 25 Mar-1 Jun 3, ,636 Return to Manhattan Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 1 Apr-1 Jun 3, ,837 The Third Mind Guggenheim Museum New York 30 Jan-19 Apr 2, ,322 All the Histories of Art Guggenheim Bilbao 3 Oct Jan 2, ,485 Shadows Thyssen-Bornemisza/Fundación Caja Madrid 10 Feb-17 May 1, ,655 The Jazz Century Musée Quai Branly Paris 17 Mar-28 Jun 1, ,000 Louvre Atlanta High Museum of Art Atlanta 12 Oct 08-6 Sep

3 THE ART NEWSPAPER, No. 212, APRIL , ,244 Rothko Tate Modern London 26 Sep 08-1 Feb 2, ,138 Paul Klee: Social Creatures SFMoMA San Francisco 7 Mar-8 Nov 2, ,443 Matisse Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza Madrid 9 Jun-20 Sep 2, ,081 The Treasures of Myoshin-ji Temple Kyoto National Museum Kyoto 24 Mar-10 May 2, ,692 Art and Love in Renaissance Italy Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 18 Nov Feb 2, ,023 The Gates of Heaven Louvre Paris 6 Mar-29 Jun 2, ,297 Roxy Paine on the Roof: Maelstrom Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 28 Apr-29 Nov 2, ,433 Corot to Monet National Gallery London 8 Jul-20 Sep 2, ,351 Rodin Musée d Orsay Paris 10 Mar-31 May 2, ,796 Ise Jingu and Treasures of Shinto Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 14 Jul-6 Sep 2, ,213 Fra Angelico: the Dawn of the Renaissance Musei Capitolini Rome 7 Apr-5 Jul 2, ,391 Cy Twombly Guggenheim Bilbao 28 Oct Feb 2, ,485 Shadows Thyssen-Bornemisza/Fundación Caja Madrid 10 Feb-17 May 2, ,280 Louise Bourgeois Hirshhorn Museum Washington 26 Feb-17 May 2, ,987 Pompeii and the Roman Villa National Gallery of Art Washington 19 Oct Mar 2, ,726 Byzantium Royal Academy of Arts London 25 Oct Mar 2, ,847 Directions: Walead Beshty Hirshhorn Museum Washington 30 Apr-13 Sep 2, ,695 A Week of Kindness: the Collages Max Ernst Musée d Orsay Paris 30 Jun-13 Sep 2,278 88,187 Nichiren and the Treasures of the Lotus SectKyoto National Museum Kyoto 10 Oct Nov 2, ,632 Black Box: Guido van der Werve Hirshhorn Museum Washington 20 Apr-8 Nov 2, ,685 Michelangelo s First Painting Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 16 Jun-7 Sep 2, ,702 53rd Venice Biennale Giardeni e Arsenale Venice 7 Jun-22 Nov 2, ,268 Egypt: Sunken Treasures Reggia di Venaria Reale Venaria 7 Feb-2 Jun 2, ,831 Picasso Prints: Challenging the Past National Gallery London 25 Feb-7 Jun 2,197 70,000 National Treasures of Mii-dera Temple Suntory Museum of Art Tokyo 7 Feb-15 Mar 2, ,210 New Work: Ranjani Shettar SFMoMA San Francisco 21 Mar-7 Jul 2, ,239 Imagine: the Peace Ballad of John & Yoko Museum of Fine Arts Montreal 2 Apr-21 Jun 2, ,193 Lida Abdul/Dinh Q Lé Freer and Sackler Galleries Washington 6 Dec 08-1 Mar 2, ,325 Van Gogh Museo di Santa Giulia Brescia 18 Oct 08-8 Feb 2, ,411 Garden and Cosmos Freer and Sackler Galleries Washington 11 Oct 08-4 Jan 2, ,735 Summer Exhibition-Royal Academy of Arts London 8 Jun-16 Aug 2, ,769 Per Kirkeby Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Humlebaek 2 Sep Jan 2,130 80,954 TAG at the Grand Palais Grand Palais Nave Paris 27 Mar-3 May 2, ,239 Imagine: the Peace Ballad of John & Yoko Musée National des Beaux-arts Montreal 2 Apr-21 Jun 2, ,677 William Eggleston: Democratic Camera Whitney Museum New York 7 Nov Jan 2, ,745 Monet and the Impressionists Art Gallery of New South Wales Sydney 11 Oct Jan 2, ,710 Story of... : Memories of Cartier Creations Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 28 Mar-31 May 2, ,505 Francis Bacon Tate Britain London 11 Sep 08-4 Jan 2,091 93,779 Ganjinwajo National Treasures Nara National Museum Nara 4 Apr-24 May 2, ,000 Tutankhamun: the Golden King Atlanta Civic Center Atlanta 15 Nov May 1, ,214 Yves Saint Laurent De Young Museum San Francisco 1 Nov 08-5 Apr 1, ,655 The Jazz Century Musée Quai Branly Paris 17 Mar-28 Jun 1, ,862 Picasso: Challenging the Past National Gallery London 25 Feb-7 Jun 1, ,596 Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from Kabul Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 23 Jun-20 Sep 1, ,218 Jeff Koons: Popeye Series Serpentine Gallery London 29 Jun-27 Sep 1, ,363 Austere: Selections from the Collection SFMoMA San Francisco 6 Feb-7 Jul 1, ,363 Otl Aicher/J Mayer H SFMoMA San Francisco 6 Feb-7 Jul 1, ,268 Double Down: Two Visions of Vegas SFMoMA San Francisco 18 Sep 08-4 Jan 1, ,000 Louvre Atlanta High Museum of Art Atlanta 12 Oct 08-6 Sep 1, ,568 Jonathan Borofsky Frederik Meijer Gardens Grand Rapids 30 Jan-10 May 1, ,658 Alexander Calder: the Paris Years, Whitney Museum New York 16 Oct Feb 1, ,150 From Miró to Warhol Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 16 Oct Feb 1, ,889 Tarzan! Musée Quai Branly Paris 16 Jun-27 Sep 1, ,952 Kees Van Dongen Museo Picasso Barcelona 11 Jun-27 Sep 1, ,824 On View: Candice Breitz SFMoMA San Francisco 1 Oct-20 Dec 1, ,778 Photography Now/The Provoke Era SFMoMA San Francisco 12 Sep-20 Dec 1, ,410 William Kentridge: Five Themes SFMoMA San Francisco 14 Mar-31 May 1, ,186 Strange Bodies Hirshhorn Museum Washington 11 Dec Nov 1, , ! The Avant-garde and the Great War Thyssen-Bornemisza/Fundación Caja Madrid 7 Oct Jan 1, ,028 Contemporary Australia: Optimism Queensland GoMA Brisbane 15 Nov Feb 1, ,336 Archibald, Wynne & Sulman Prizes Art Gallery of New South Wales Sydney 7 Mar-24 May 1, ,990 René Lalique: a Retrospective National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 24 Jun-7 Sep 1, ,000 Medieval and Renaissance Treasures High Museum of Art Atlanta 13 Sep 08-4 Jan 1, ,009 Sorolla: a Vision of Spain Museo de Bellas Artes Bilbao 13 Oct Jan 1, ,262 The Court of Vanvitelli Reggia di Caserta Caserta 5 Apr-7 Sep 1, ,000 Impressionism and the Paris School Pinacothèque Paris 6 Mar-15 Sep 1, ,388 Melchior d Hondecoeter Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 18 Dec 08-9 Mar 1, ,939 Futurismo: Avanguardia-Avanguardie Scuderie del Quirinale Rome 20 Feb-24 May 1, ,020 Dialogue among Giants Getty Center Los Angeles 14 Oct-1 Mar 1, ,300 Pureblood Reflections: Photography Istanbul Modern Istanbul 4 Feb-26 Apr 1, ,500 In Praise of Shadows Istanbul Modern Istanbul 22 Jan-6 May 1, ,199 Louis Vuitton: a Passion for Creation Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 22 May-9 Aug 1, ,026 The Myth of Antiquity Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna 2 Dec Feb 1, ,923 Picasso Complesso del Vittoriano Rome 11 Oct 08-8 Feb 1, ,600 Telling Tales Victoria and Albert Museum London 14 Jul-18 Oct 1, ,000 Georges Rouault Pinacothèque Paris 18 Sep Jan 1, ,945 Yayoi Kusama: Mirrored Years Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 24 Feb-8 Jun 1, ,396 Isa Genzken: Open, Sesame! Whitechapel Gallery London 5 Apr-21 Jun 1, ,970 Martin Puryear SFMoMA San Francisco8 Nov Jan 1, , SECA Art Award SFMoMA San Francisco 12 Feb-10 May 1, ,000 Van Dyck Musée Jacquemart-Andre Paris 8 Oct Jan COMBINED TICKET TOP TEN Jeff Koons s inflatable Lobster (left) was one of many sculptures by the US artist to adorn the Château de Versailles over a four-month period ending in January They helped draw one million people to the palace outside Paris during the winter months. Dominique Gonzalez- Foerster s installation in the Tate Modern tops this category, however. Admission to the combined-ticket section includes entrance to other attractions, such a the grounds of Versailles, which distorts the exhibition attendance. Likewise, tickets to the Mori Art Museum also allow access to its popular observation platform overlooking Tokyo. Tickets to enter the Hermitage and some Italian museums allow entry to the special exhibitions as well, which the museums do not count separately. E.S. 12,727 2,278,054 Unilever Series: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster Tate Modern London 14 Oct Apr 10,160 1,000,000 Jeff Koons Château de Versailles Versailles 10 Sep 08-4 Jan 7, ,991 Living Marbles: Gian Lorenzo Bernini Museo Nazionale del Bargello Florence 3 Apr-12 Jul 5, ,000 The Perfect Victory: the Battle of Poltava State Hermitage Museum St Petersburg 29 May-20 Sep 5, ,000 Treasury of the World: Jewelled Arts of India State Hermitage Museum St Petersburg 7 Aug-29 Nov 5, ,644 Splendour and Reason Galleria degli Uffizi Florence 30 May-13 Dec 4, ,054 Van Gogh and the Colours of the Night Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam 13 Feb-7 Jun 4, ,347 Ai Weiwei: According to What Mori Art Museum Tokyo 25 Jul-8 Nov 4, ,000 Portraiture from the Egyptian Museum, Berlin State Hermitage Museum St Petersburg 23 Jun-20 Sep 3, ,350 Kaleidoscopic Eye Mori Art Museum Tokyo 4 Apr-5 Jul Musée Guimet/Thierry Ollivier Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; New York IMPRESSIONIST AND MODERN TOP TEN Paris dominated this category in 2009, hosting five of the top ten shows. The Grand Palais holds the coveted first place position for Picasso and the Masters, a show exploring the influence on Picasso of artists such as Goya and Van Gogh. The show was one of France s most popular ever, drawing 7,270 people daily, making it the second highest ranking western show in our survey. Another Picasso-themed show, at the Musée d Orsay, which coincided with the Grand Palais display, comes in seventh. The Pompidou s Kandinsky retrospective comes in second (left, Blue Mountain, ) and its other blockbuster, Alexander Calder, originally scheduled to open in 2008 but postponed because of budget constraints, comes in at eighth. E.S. 7, ,352 Picasso and the Masters Grand Palais Paris 8 Oct 08-2 Feb 6, ,000 Kandinsky Centre Pompidou Paris 8 Apr-10 Aug 6, ,068 Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting Museum of Modern Art New York 2 Nov Jan 4, ,343 Van Gogh and the Colours of the Night Museum of Modern Art New York 21 Sep 08-5 Jan 4, ,267 Joaquín Sorolla Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid 26 May-13 Sep 4, ,821 Warhol s Wide World Grand Palais Paris 18 Mar-13 Jul 4, ,521 Picasso-Manet Musée d Orsay Paris 8 Oct 08-1 Feb 4, ,800 Alexander Calder Centre Pompidou Paris 18 Mar-20 Jul 3, ,444 Paul Gauguin National Museum of Modern Art Tokyo 3 Jul-23 Sep 3, ,304 Avant-gardes Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam 26 Jun-23 Aug 1, ,676 Nestor Basterretxea Museo de Bellas Artes Bilbao 3 Nov 08-1 Feb 1, ,000 Edgar Degas: Intimacy and Pose Hamburger Kunsthalle Hamburg 6 Feb-3 May 1,632 69,928 James Coleman Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 7 Mar-26 Apr 1, ,418 Alexander Calder 1969 Frederik Meijer Gardens Grand Rapids 5 Jun-7 Sep 1, ,458 The Deluded Eye Nationalmuseum Stockholm 25 Sep Jan 1, ,278 Warhol Live De Young Museum San Francisco 14 Feb-17 May 1, ,476 Passageworks SFMoMA San Francisco25 Oct Jan 1, ,694 Paul Plamper: Ruhe 1, Radio Play in Space Museum Ludwig Cologne 24 Oct Jan 1, ,850 J.W. Waterhouse: the Modern Pre-Raphaelite Royal Academy of Arts London 27 Jun-13 Sep 1, ,000 Venice: Canaletto and Turner to Monet Fondation Beyeler Basel 28 Sep Feb 1, ,834 Terracotta Warriors Museum of Natural Science Houston 22 May-18 Oct 1, ,971 The Art of Participation: 1950 to Now SFMoMA San Francisco 8 Nov 08-8 Feb 1, ,000 Top Arts: VCE-Ian Potter Centre: NGV Melbourne 25 Mar-14 Jun 1, ,191 Lords of the Samurai Asian Art Museum San Francisco 12 Jun-20 Sep 1, ,281 Rembrandt Albertina Vienna 4 Mar-21 Jun 1,562 64,051 Gustav Metzger: Decades Serpentine Gallery London 29 Sep-8 Nov 1, ,073 The Art of Power National Gallery of Art Washington 28 Jun-29 Nov 1, ,711 Brought to Light SFMoMA San Francisco 11 Oct 08-4 Jan 1, ,249 Calder Jewellery Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 9 Dec 08-1 Mar 1, ,989 The Pictures Generation, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 21 Apr-2 Aug 1, ,000 From Siena to Florence: Italian Primitives Musée Jacquemart-Andre Paris 11 Mar-21 Jun 1, ,894 Paul Klee s Pedagogical Sketchbook SFMoMA San Francisco 27 Sep 08-1 Mar 1, ,714 New Work: Mai-Thu Perret SFMoMA San Francisco 21 Nov 08-1 Mar 1, ,692 Black Box: Ori Gersht Hirshhorn Museum Washington 22 Dec Apr 1, ,605 Giorgio de Chirico Musée d Art Moderne de la Ville Paris 12 Feb-24 May 1, ,709 The 1,000 Journals Project SFMoMA San Francisco 1 Nov 08-5 Apr 1, ,033 Degas: Master of French Art National Gallery of Australia Canberra 12 Dec Mar 1, ,317 Warhol Live Museum of Fine Arts Montreal 25 Sep 08-4 Jan 1, ,551 Gerhard Richter Albertina Vienna 30 Jan-3 May 1,517 99,033 In Situ: Elena Elagina and Igor Makarevich Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna 19 May-2 Aug 1, ,786 Face of Our Time SFMoMA San Francisco 31 Jan-26 Apr 1, ,921 Becoming Edvard Munch Art Institute of Chicago Chicago 14 Feb-26 Apr 1, ,828 Thomas Bayrle: Looping Museum Ludwig Cologne 24 Oct Jan 1, ,227 Gustav Klimt and the Kunstschau 1908 Galerie Belvedere Vienna 1 Oct 08-1 Feb 1, ,249 The Room in Pictures Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna 31 Mar-2 Jul 1, ,315 Max Ernst: Dream and Revolution Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Humlebaek 6 Feb-1 Jun 1, ,478 Reality Check Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 4 Nov Mar 1, ,661 Sensual, Feminine, Flemish Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna 6 Aug Dec 1, ,441 Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from Kabul Asian Art Museum San Francisco 24 Oct Jan 1,483 95,309 Hughie O Donoghue Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 3 Mar-17 May 1,471 84,715 Nicotiana: a Cultural History of Tobacco Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna 7 May-12 Jul 1,467 73,128 Fukuzawa Yukichi: Living the Future Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 10 Jan-8 Mar 1, ,305 Magritte: Mystery of Nature Palazzo Reale Milan 21 Nov Mar 1, ,904 Gerhard Richter: Abstract Paintings Museum Ludwig Cologne 18 Oct 08-1 Feb 1, ,790 Cast in Bronze: French Sculpture Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 24 Feb-25 May 1, ,319 Arnulf Rainer & Dieter Roth Galerie Belvedere Vienna 26 Sep Jan 1, ,834 Rafael and Urbino Palazzo Ducale Urbino 5 Apr-12 Jul 1,418 97,667 Live Forever: Elizabeth Peyton New Museum New York 8 Oct Jan 1,415 41,440 Here/Not There Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 30 Jun-2 Aug 1, ,686 The Philippe de Montebello Years Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 24 Oct 08-1 Feb 1, ,946 Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 1 May-13 Sep 1, ,700 Live Forever: Elizabeth Peyton Whitechapel Gallery London 9 Jul-30 Sep 1,409 94,197 Monet Water Lilies High Museum of Art Atlanta 6 Jun-23 Aug 1,409 94,197 Richard Misrach: On the Beach High Museum of Art Atlanta 6 Jun-23 Aug 1,396 79,000 How to Sustain Culture Well Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Berlin 27 Mar-1 Jun 1,394 82,667 Watteau, Music and Theatre Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 22 Sep-29 Nov ANTIQUITIES TOP TEN The travelling exhibition of ancient treasures from the National Museum in Kabul takes the top and tenth spot in this category, with the Houston presentation bringing in more than double the number of visitors of the New York leg of the tour (left, Head from a clay temple statue, 2nd century BC). The show is organised by National Geographic, which is also responsible for the King Tutankhamun exhibitions; two variations of these boy-king themed displays come in third and ninth. The rest of the top ten includes shows devoted to ancient Egypt and Rome. Similar to last year, pre- Columbian shows are noticeably absent, but as 2010 marks the bicentennial of Mexico s independence from Spain, pre-columbian exhibitions are aplenty in 2010 and should rank high in next year s survey. E.S. 4, ,233 Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from Kabul Museum of Fine Arts Houston 1 Mar-17 May 4, ,208 Egypt: the Great Civilisation National Museum of Korea Seoul 28 Apr-30 Aug 2, ,000 Tutankhamun Museum of Art Dallas 3 Oct May 2, ,679 A Day in Pompeii Melbourne Museum Melbourne 26 Jun-25 Oct 2, ,477 The Roman Empire National Museum of Western Art Tokyo 19 Sep-13 Dec 2, ,023 The Gates of Heaven Louvre Paris 6 Mar-29 Jun 2, ,987 Pompeii and the Roman Villa National Gallery of Art Washington19 Oct Mar 2, ,268 Egypt: Sunken Treasures Reggia di Venaria Reale Venaria 7 Feb-2 Jun 2, ,000 Tutankhamun: the Golden King Atlanta Civic Center Atlanta 15 Nov May 1, ,596 Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from Kabul Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 23 Jun-20 Sep

4 26 THE ART NEWSPAPER, No. 212, APRIL 2010 Courtesy Procuratoria di San Marco/Cameraphoto Arte, Venice MEDIEVAL TOP TEN Nowhere is the decline of Christianity in contemporary western culture more apparent than in the paucity of exhibitions of medieval art: for the first time since The Art Newspaper began to publish attendance figures has the medieval category failed to reach ten entries. Only one exhibition in 2009 featured illuminated manuscripts, which hitherto have been the backbone of medieval shows. A surprising absentee is the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, which in the past has dominated this category. Byzantium at the Royal Academy, London, takes the top spot (left, Icon of the Archangel, Michael, 12th century), with Giotto, the subject of the top medieval show in 2008, this time ranking third, at the Complesso del Vittoriano, Rome. D.L. 2, ,726 Byzantium Royal Academy of Arts London 25 Oct Mar 1, ,000 Medieval and Renaissance Treasures High Museum of Art Atlanta 13 Sep 08-4 Jan 1, ,544 Giotto and the 1300s Complesso del Vittoriano Rome 6 Mar-26 Jul ,463 Rome and the Barbarians Kunsthalle der Bundesrepublik Bonn 22 Aug Jan ,118 Pen and Parchment Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 2 Jun-23 Aug ,641 Treasures of the Black Death Wallace Collection London 19 Feb-10 May ,467 Heaven on Earth: Manuscript Illuminations National Gallery of Art Washington 1 Mar-16 Aug 12 1,053 Giovanni Battista Cavalletto Museo Civico Medievale Bologna 8 Nov Feb OLD MASTERS TOP TEN That Vermeer should score twice in the old masters top ten is hardly news, even when shows at the Met and the Rijksmuseum (left, Woman Holding a Balance, around 1664) focused mainly on a single painting. The Dutch artist also helped lure visitors to the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, which borrowed both of the Louvre s Vermeers. The Met also drew the crowds with a show focusing on a single painting, the Kimbell Art Museum s The Temptation of St Anthony by Michelangelo. A growing academic investigation of Renaissance decorative arts translated into an exhibition hit with the public. The New York museum s Art and Love in Renaissance Italy claimed fourth spot, two above Michelangelo. D.L. 9, ,256 17th-century Painting from the Louvre National Museum of Western Art Tokyo 28 Feb-14 Jun 4, ,446 Vermeer s Masterpiece The Milkmaid Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 10 Sep-29 Nov 3, ,508 Our Guest: Vermeer Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 11 Mar-1 Jun 2, ,692 Art and Love in Renaissance Italy Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 18 Nov Feb 2, ,213 Fra Angelico: the Dawn of the Renaissance Musei Capitolini Rome 7 Apr-5 Jul 2, ,685 Michelangelo s First Painting Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 16 Jun-7 Sep 1, ,388 Melchior d Hondecoeter Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 18 Dec 08-9 Mar 1, ,000 Van Dyck Musée Jacquemart-Andre Paris 8 Oct Jan 1, ,281 Rembrandt Albertina Vienna 4 Mar-21 Jun 1, ,468 Taking Shape Getty Center Los Angeles 31 Mar-5 Jul 1, ,000 Bugatti: Carlo, Rembrandt, Ettore, Jean National Gallery Victoria Melbourne 5 Feb-26 Apr 1, ,918 Terry Winters Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 12 Jun-27 Sep 1,376 94,917 I Walk the Line: New Australian Drawing Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 17 Mar-24 May 1, ,544 Giotto and the 1300s Complesso del Vittoriano Rome 6 Mar-26 Jul 1,372 79,000 Restoring Archaeological Treasures Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Berlin 27 Mar-1 Jun 1, ,265 Panza Collection Hirshhorn Museum Washington 23 Oct Jan 1, ,441 Babylon: Myth and Reality British Museum London 13 Nov Mar 1, ,342 Sisley in England and Wales National Gallery London 22 Nov Feb 1, ,351 Québec City and Its Photographers Musée National des Beaux-arts Québec 25 Sep 08-4 Jan 1, ,216 Etruscans: the Ancient Metropolis of Lazio Palazzo delle Esposizioni Rome 21 Oct 08-8 Mar 1, ,655 Exploring a New Donation Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 10 Mar-27 Sep 1, ,873 Terence Gower: Public Spirit Hirshhorn Museum Washington 5 Nov Mar 1, ,154 Annie Leibovitz: a Photographer s Life National Portrait Gallery London 16 Oct 08-1 Feb 1,339 98,871 Constellations: Paintings from the MCA Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 25 Jul-18 Oct 1,334 72,055 Carlo Cardazzo Peggy Guggenheim Collection Venice 1 Nov 08-3 Jan 1,333 95,000 Significant and Insignificant Events Istanbul Modern Istanbul 26 May-16 Aug 1,331 66,360 Themes and Variations Peggy Guggenheim Collection Venice 21 Mar-17 May 1, ,430 The Body Beautiful in Ancient Greece MARQ Alícante 2 Apr-13 Oct 1,322 75,000 FotoGraphia Palazzo delle Esposizioni Rome 29 May-2 Aug 1, ,473 Cast in Bronze Getty Villa Los Angeles 30 Jun-27 Sep 1, ,871 Living Things: Picasso Figure/Still-life Museo Picasso Barcelona 21 Nov 08-1 Mar 1, ,000 Room Project: Photography Istanbul Modern Istanbul 26 May-30 Aug 1,306 99,227 Jan Lievens: a Dutch Master Rediscovered National Gallery of Art Washington 26 Oct Jan 1, ,369 Liam Gillick Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 15 May-27 Sep 1,284 65,120 Moderna Museet Now: Nina Roos Moderna Museet Stockholm 28 Aug-25 Oct 1, ,948 The China Project Queensland GoMA Brisbane 28 Mar-28 Jun 1,281 94,450 Rosalie Gascoigne Ian Potter Centre: NGV Melbourne 19 Dec Mar 1, ,317 Warhol Live Musée National des Beaux-arts Montreal 25 Sep 08-4 Jan 1,270 89,448 Elizabeth Peyton Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 1 Apr-21 Jun 1,266 87,191 Mary Heilmann: To Be Someone New Museum New York 22 Oct Jan 1, ,744 Raphael to Renoir Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 21 Jan-26 Apr 1, ,970 Jonas Mekas/Looking for Mushrooms Museum Ludwig Cologne 8 Nov 08-1 Mar 1, ,978 Buckminster Fuller Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 14 Mar-5 Jul 1, ,685 One Hundred Years of Noritake Design Nagoya/Boston Museum Nagoya 18 Apr-30 Aug 1, ,467 The Sleeping Beauty Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid 24 Feb-28 Jun 1, ,652 Hiroshige: Master of Nature Museo Fondazione Roma Rome 11 Nov Feb 1,244 80,131 Target Practice: Painting Under Attack Seattle Art Museum Seattle 25 Jun-7 Sep 1,240 85,360 The Generational: Younger than Jesus New Museum New York 8 Apr-12 Jul 1, ,519 Classic/Fantastic Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 21 Dec 07-5 Apr 1,231 51,695 Rebecca Warren Serpentine Gallery London 9 Mar-19 Apr 1,228 97,018 Floating Life Queensland GoMA Brisbane 1 Aug-18 Oct 1, ,779 Among Gods and Men Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid 4 Nov Apr 1,226 65,305 Artists/Heaney/Books Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 14 Apr-14 Jun 1, ,461 Galileo: Images of the Universe Palazzo Strozzi, CCCS Florence 24 Oct 08-8 Feb 1,222 51,312 Luke Fowler Serpentine Gallery London 4 May-14 Jun 1, ,732 Star Wars: the Science Meets Imagination Scienceworks Melbourne 4 Jun-8 Nov 1, ,500 Matisse: Humans, Masks, Models Staatsgalerie Stuttgart Stuttgart 27 Sep Jan 1, ,805 Vanity Fair Portraits LACMA Los Angeles 26 Oct 08-1 Mar 1, ,000 J.W. Waterhouse: the Modern Pre-Raphaelite Groninger Museum Groningen 14 Dec 08-3 May 1, ,454 No Standing Only Dancing: Rennie Ellis National Gallery Victoria Melbourne 31 Oct Feb 1, ,423 North Looks South Museum of Fine Arts Houston 7 Jun-27 Sep 1, ,249 Canaletto: Venice and Its Splendours Casa dei Carraresi Treviso 23 Oct 08-9 Apr 1,185 85,156 Post Me: Art through the Mail Fundaçao Serralves Porto 1 Nov Jan 1,183 51,879 Raoul de Keyser: Watercolours Fundaçao Serralves Porto 14 Mar-3 May 1,173 92,686 Easton Pearson Queensland GoMA Brisbane 22 Aug-8 Nov 1, ,481 Artistic Luxury: Fabergé, Tiffany, Lalique Legion of Honor San Francisco 7 Feb-31 May 1, ,091 Futurism Tate Modern London 12 Jun-20 Sep 1,168 65,246 Young Classics Stichting Kröller-Müller Museum Otterlo 20 Jun-23 Aug 1,167 94,202 The Master of Flémalle and Van der Weyden Stadel Museum Frankfurt 21 Nov Feb 1,162 65,900 Bethan Huws: Fountain Fundaçao Serralves Porto 14 Mar-18 May 1, ,793 Exquisite Corpse Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 9 Sep Mar 1,157 83,336 Indian Highway Serpentine Gallery London 8 Dec Feb 1, ,564 Looking In: Robert Frank s The Americans National Gallery of Art Washington 18 Jan-26 Apr 1, ,000 Evolution: David C. Driskell High Museum of Art Atlanta 11 Apr-2 Aug 1, ,698 Andrew Wyeth: Remembrance Seattle Art Museum Seattle 25 Jun-18 Oct 1, ,499 Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese Museum of Fine Arts Boston 15 Mar-16 Aug 1,143 37,387 Performer Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 13 Feb-22 Mar 1, ,894 Giacometti Fondation Beyeler Basel 31 May-11 Oct 1,140 50,000 A Glittering Interlude Suntory Museum of Art Tokyo 28 Mar-17 May 1,138 76,258 The Budapest Horse National Gallery of Art Washington 3 Jul-7 Sep 1, ,589 Monet: Water Lilies Palazzo Reale Milan 29 Apr-27 Sep 1,133 99,224 Women Artists: Gaining Space Musée National des Beaux-arts Québec 7 May-16 Aug 1,131 66,726 Rising Tide: Film and Video Works Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 26 Jun-23 Aug 1,130 89,298 New Acquisitions-Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 12 Dec 08-1 Mar 1,130 55,380 Prosperous Cities Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 27 Sep-22 Nov 1,125 82,115 Andrea Palladio: His Life and Legacy Royal Academy of Arts London 31 Jan-13 Apr 1, ,832 Simon Starling Stichting Kröller-Müller Museum Otterlo 21 May-13 Sep 1, ,839 I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes Israel Museum Jerusalem 6 Apr-29 Aug 1, ,068 Renaissance Faces: Van Eyck to Titian National Gallery London 15 Oct Jan 1, ,046 Pride of Place: Dutch Cityscapes National Gallery of Art Washington 1 Feb-3 May 1,119 35,646 Jeremy Deller: It Is What It Is Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 10 Oct-15 Nov 1,118 72,642 Cildo Meireles MACBA Barcelona 11 Feb-26 Apr 1, ,065 Beyond Babylon Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 18 Nov Mar 1,115 56,251 William McKeown Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin 5 Nov 08-4 Jan 1, ,906 Futurism Palazzo Reale Milan 6 Feb-7 Jun 1,111 82,838 The Pre-Raphaelites Nationalmuseum Stockholm 26 Feb-24 May 1, ,205 Juan Muñoz: a Retrospective Fundaçao Serralves Porto 1 Nov Feb 1, ,000 Amedeo Modigliani Kunsthalle der Bundesrepublik Bonn 16 Apr-30 Aug 1,105 46,398 Thomas Bayrle MACBA Barcelona 6 Feb-19 Mar 1,105 58,893 To Clean or Not to Clean Stichting Kröller-Müller Museum Otterlo 10 Ma-10 May 1,103 98,481 See Italy and Die Musée d Orsay Paris 7 Apr-19 Jul 1, ,644 Brancusi and Co Stichting Kröller-Müller Museum Otterlo 11 Jul-1 Nov 1,099 49,160 Guy Tillim: Avenue Patrice Lumumba Fundaçao Serralves Porto 28 Mar-18 May 1,095 33,000 Export Lacquer Suntory Museum of Art Tokyo 23 Dec Jan 1,088 65,429 Jenny Holzer: Protect Protect Whitney Museum New York 12 Mar-31 May 1,080 85,291 Kuniyoshi Royal Academy of Arts London 21 Mar-7 Jun 1, ,105 British Sculptors Drawings British Museum London 25 Sep Jan 1, ,000 Russian Avant-garde: the Costakis Collection Musée Maillol Paris 13 Nov Mar 1, ,155 Rodchenko & Popova Tate Modern London 12 Feb-17 May 1,074 50,801 Underglaze Blue Porcelain Ware in Asia Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 14 Jul-6 Sep 1,071 81,846 Sickert in Venice Dulwich Picture Gallery London 4 Mar-31 May 1,063 62,856 Interactive Playground Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 16 Feb-26 Apr 1,058 78,327 The Power of Dogu British Museum London 10 Sep-22 Nov 1,051 85,104 Ricky Maynard: Portrait of a Distant Land Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 4 Jun-23 Aug 1,050 68,846 S abadeb the Gifts Seattle Art Museum Seattle 23 Oct Jan 1,049 72,094 The Dragon s Gift: the Sacred Arts of Bhutan Asian Art Museum San Francisco 20 Feb-10 May 1,043 70,794 In Praise of Women Museum of Fine Arts Budapest 21 Mar-7 Jun 1, ,276 Yousuf Karsh: Regarding Heroes Art Institute of Chicago Chicago 17 Jan-26 Apr 1,037 21, th Annual Student Exhibition Pennsylvania Academy Philadelphia 8 May-31 May 1,036 58,753 Flowers-Paradise Rests on the Earth State Tretyakov Gallery Moscow 6 Mar-10 May 1,033 92,534 Edward Hopper s Women Seattle Art Museum Seattle 13 Nov 08-1 Mar 1,030 95,537 Unity: Herman de Vries Stichting Kröller-Müller Museum Otterlo 20 Feb-7 Jun 1,019 77,431 Walking in My Mind Hayward Gallery London 23 Jun-6 Sep 1,017 92,585 Miró, Calder, Giacometti, Braque Royal Academy of Arts London 4 Oct 08-2 Jan 1, ,080 Captured Emotions Getty Center Los Angeles 18 Dec 08-1 Jun 1,005 95,513 Medals of Dishonour British Museum London 25 Jun-27 Sep 1,003 72,063 Maya Lin: System Systematic Landscapes De Young Museum San Francisco25 Oct Jan 1,003 72,063 Asian/American/Modern Art De Young Museum San Francisco25 Oct Jan 1,002 83,063 Jenny Holzer: Protect Protect Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 25 Oct 08-1 Feb 1,002 74,863 Masks: from Carpeaux to Picasso Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Copenhagen 7 Aug-1 Nov 1, ,059 USA Today Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 8 Nov 08-3 May ,193 Darwin Natural History Museum London 14 Nov Apr ,996 The Essential Art of African Textiles Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 30 Sep 08-5 Apr ,671 Christopher Wool Fundaçao Serralves Porto 22 Nov Mar ,584 Julius Caesar Chiostro del Bramante Rome 24 Oct 08-3 May ,500 Hats: an Anthology by Stephen Jones Victoria and Albert Museum London 24 Feb-31 May ,440 The Story of the Horse Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 27 Jun Mar ,000 From Rembrandt to Vermeer Museo Fondazione Roma Rome 1 Nov Feb ,162 Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller Galerie Belvedere Vienna 9 Jun-11 Oct ,250 Piraeus; a Sea of Moments Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Copenhagen 19 Jun-30 Aug ,000 Séraphine de Senlis Musée Maillol Paris 1 Oct-30 Mar ,665 Henri Cartier-Bresson Art Institute of Chicago Chicago 20 Sep 08-4 Jan ,271 The Intimate Portrait British Museum London 5 Mar-31 May ,000 Amy Blakemore: Photographs Museum of Fine Arts Houston 10 May-20 Sep ,050 Yinka Shonibare MBE Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 23 Sep 08-1 Feb ,272 Hong Kong Art Series IV Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 20 Feb-19 Apr Robert Frank PHOTOGRAPHY TOP TEN The second edition of Paris s photography biennial Photoquai, held at the Musée Quai Branly, attracted a record number of visitors last year, perhaps drawn by the exhibition s focus on non-western artists who are relatively unknown in Europe. The most popular exhibitions in the US focused on more traditionalist fare, such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York s romantic visions of the American West, Into the Sunset, and Robert Frank s Americans series (left, Political Rally Chicago, 1956), at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The Whitney s survey of William Eggleston was its most popular exhibition last year. And the Michael C. Carlos museum capitalised on the King Tutankhamun exhibition it helped organise at the Atlanta Civic Center with a related show of photographs documenting the discovery of the young pharaoh s tomb. H.S. 7, ,256 2nd Photoquai Biennale Musée Quai Branly Paris 22 Sep-22 Nov 4, ,714 Into the Sunset Museum of Modern Art New York 29 Mar-8 Jun 3, ,453 Looking In: Robert Frank s The Americans SFMoMA San Francisco16 May-23 Aug 3, ,800 Accommodating Nature: Frank Gohlke Smithsonian American Art Museum Washington 5 Dec 08-3 Mar 2, ,310 Richard Avedon SFMoMA San Francisco 11 Jul-29 Nov 2, ,000 Harry Burton and the Tomb of Tutankhamun Michael C. Carlos Museum Atlanta 15 Nov May 2, ,236 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize National Portrait Gallery London 6 Nov Feb 2, ,645 Contemporary Photography Art Institute of Chicago Chicago 16 May-13 Sep 2, ,677 William Eggleston: Democratic Camera Whitney Museum New York 7 Nov Jan 1, ,778 Photography Now/The Provoke Era SFMoMA San Francisco12 Sep-20 Dec

5 The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN TOP TEN Daily Total Exhibition Venue City The Guggenheim s self-reflective survey of the museum s architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, tied to its own 50th anniversary celebrations last year (left, Guggenheim Museum, New York, ), was beaten to first place in our survey for average daily attendance by the Museum of Modern Art s show of contemporary designs by Ron Arad. But the Wright show drew more visitors overall during its run. The summer pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery in London, designed by Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA, continued to draw the crowds. Nearby, the V&A scored a hit with Telling Tales, about contemporary designers love of narrative, and its survey of modern design on both sides of the Iron Curtain after1945. H.S. 5, ,995 Ron Arad: No Discipline Museum of Modern Art New York 2 Aug-19 Oct 4, ,990 Frank Lloyd Wright: from Within Outward Guggenheim Museum New York 15 May-23 Aug 3, ,741 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Serpentine Gallery London 11 Jul-16 Oct 1, ,262 The Court of Vanvitelli Reggia di Caserta Caserta 5 Apr-7 Sep 1, ,600 Telling Tales Victoria and Albert Museum London 14 Jul-18 Oct 1, ,978 Buckminster Fuller Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 14 Mar-5 Jul 1, ,685 One Hundred Years of Noritake Design Nagoya/Boston Museum Nagoya 18 Apr-30 Aug 1, ,519 Classic/Fantastic Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 21 Dec 07-5 Apr ,318 Jacques Emile Ruhlmann/Pedro Barateiro Fundaçao Serralves Porto 18 Jul-5 Oct ,100 Cold War Modern: Design Victoria and Albert Museum London 25 Sep Jan ,828 Paul McCarthy & Benjamin Weissman Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 6 Feb-22 Mar ,426 Art of Two Germanys: Cold War Cultures LACMA Los Angeles 25 Jan-19 Apr ,592 Van Dyck and Britain Tate Britain London 18 Feb-17 May ,949 Turner and Italy Palazzo dei Diamanti Ferrara 16 Nov Feb ,463 Rome and the Barbarians Kunsthalle der Bundesrepublik Bonn 22 Aug Jan ,031 Endless Forms: Charles Darwin Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge 16 Jun-4 Oct ,119 One Size, One Concept, Numerous Ideas Fundaçao Serralves Porto 12 Sep-29 Nov ,267 Provocative Visions: Race and Identity Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 19 Aug ,000 The Golden Age of Dutch Seascapes Peabody Essex Museum Salem 13 Jun-7 Sep ,650 African and Oceanic Art Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 2 Jun-27 Sep ,489 Ko-imari in Paris: Enchanting Beauty Metropolitan Teien Art Museum Tokyo 10 Oct-23 Dec ,000 Walt Disney s Wonderful World Kunsthalle der Hypo-KulturstiftungMunich 19 Sep Jan ,025 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Natural History Museum London 31 Oct Apr ,137 St Ives Summer Season Tate St Ives St Ives 16 May-27 Sep ,434 Darwin: Art and the Search for Origins Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt 5 Feb-3 May ,604 American Impressionism & Realism Queensland Art Gallery Brisbane 30 May-20 Sep ,153 Shah Abbas: the Remaking of Iran British Museum London 19 Feb-14 Jun ,258 Theaster Gates: Temple Exercises Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 6 Jan-1 Feb ,893 Claes Oldenburg/Coosje van Bruggen Whitney Museum New York 7 May-6 Sep ,822 Whistler in the Frick Collection Frick Collection New York 2 Jun-23 Aug ,505 Clay Ketter Moderna Museet Stockholm 30 May-16 Aug ,800 Magnificence of the Tsars Victoria and Albert Museum London 10 Dec Mar ,196 River of Gold/Golden Legacy Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 6 Jun-6 Sep ,218 Joseph Grigely: St Cecilia Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 22 Nov Feb ,916 Ten Drawings by Leonardo da Vinci Manchester Art Gallery Manchester 14 Feb-4 May ,139 John Brack Ian Potter Centre: NGV Melbourne 23 Apr-9 Aug ,237 Elixir: Pipilotti Rist Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam 7 Mar-10 May ,000 Tenchijin: Naoe Kanetsugu Suntory Museum of Art Tokyo 30 May-12 Jul ,521 Alfons Mucha Galerie Belvedere Vienna 12 Feb-1 Jun ,890 Artistic Luxury: Fabergé, Tiffany, Lalique Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland 19 Oct Jan ,475 Dazzling the Enemy: Shields from the Pacific British Museum London 14 May-16 Aug ,098 McCubbin: Last Impressions, National Gallery of Australia Canberra 14 Aug-1 Nov ,285 Walker Evans and the Picture Postcard Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 3 Feb-25 May ,123 Borovikovsky Saved Her Beauty State Tretyakov Gallery Moscow 31 Oct Jan ,174 Van Dongen: Painting the City Fauve Musée National des Beaux-arts Montreal 22 Jan-19 Apr ,183 A Century of Retablos Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 5 Jul-4 Oct ,000 Encounters with Modern Art Kunsthalle Bundesrepublik Bonn 24 Apr-23 Aug ,000 Luminous Jewels: Masterpieces of Asian Art Suntory Museum of Art Tokyo 25 Jul-6 Sep ,531 Daniel Buren: Books and Other Publications Fundaçao Serralves Porto 30 May-30 Aug ,904 Titian s Triumph of Love National Gallery London 21 Jul-20 Sep ,036 Serralves Collection: Part I Fundaçao Serralves Porto 30 May-25 Oct ,617 No Frontiers: the Art of Ding Yanyong Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 19 Dec 08-5 Apr ,504 Discovery of Spain National Gallery Complex Edinburgh 18 Jul-11 Oct ,694 The Art of Wang Hui ( ) Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 9 Sep 08-4 Jan ,422 An Antiquity of Imagination National Gallery of Art Washington 3 Jul-31 Oct ,318 Jacques Emile Ruhlmann/Pedro Barateiro Fundaçao Serralves Porto 18 Jul-5 Oct ,307 Paul Morrison Manchester Art Gallery Manchester 14 Feb-31 May ,858 Photographs by Rudy Burckhardt, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 23 Sep 08-4 Jan ,100 Cold War Modern: Design Victoria and Albert Museum London 25 Sep Jan ,438 The Lens and the Mirror Part II Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 21 Jul-6 Dec ,214 Holman Hunt and the Pre-Raphaelite Vision Manchester Art Gallery Manchester 11 Oct Jan ,332 Turner Prize-Tate Britain London 30 Sep Jan ,000 George Condo Musée Maillol Paris 17 Apr-17 Aug ,681 Looking for Antonio Mak Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 21 Nov Jan ,000 Surreal Things Art Gallery of Ontario Toronto 9 May-13 Sep THE ART NEWSPAPER, No. 212, APRIL ,198 Reality Revisited Moderna Museet Stockholm 9 May-20 Sep ,451 Cobra: the 60th Anniversary Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts Brussels 7 Nov Feb ,013 Life, Liberty and /George de Forest Brush Seattle Art Museum Seattle 26 Feb-25 May ,104 Bes Revelation-Fundaçao Serralves Porto 6 Dec Mar ,046 Hearst the Collector LACMA Los Angeles 9 Nov 08-1 Feb ,193 The Power of Ornament Galerie Belvedere Vienna 21 Jan ,359 Visual Encounters Fondation Beyeler Basel 25 Jan-28 Jun ,104 J.S. Bach/Zaha Hadid Architects Manchester Art Gallery Manchester 3 Jul-31 Aug ,871 Pompeii and the Roman Villa LACMA Los Angeles 14 May-4 Oct ,229 Loriot Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg 24 Apr-23 Aug ,513 Sweep Me off My Feet Musée National des Beaux-arts Québec 24 Sep-13 Dec ,000 Mahjong: the Sigg Collection Peabody Essex Museum Salem 21 Feb-17 May ,889 Year 12 Perspectives Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth 8 Apr-30 Jun ,955 Oswald Oberhuber Galerie Belvedere Vienna 29 May-3 Sep ,045 Abstract Earth: Richard Woldendorp Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth 1 Aug-8 Nov ,244 The Age of Imagination LACMA Los Angeles 20 Sep 08-4 Jan ,637 Napoleon III and Paris Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 9 Jun-7 Sep ,158 Strolling in the Fragrant Garden Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 31 Oct 08-1 Feb ,163 Thing: Beware the Material World Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth 18 Apr-5 Jul ,768 Raqib Shaw at the Met Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 4 Nov 08-8 Mar ,925 Temps com a matèria MACBA Barcelona 16 May-31 Aug ,500 Frans Hals Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung Munich 13 Feb-7 Jun ,650 Your Bright Future LACMA Los Angeles 28 Jun-20 Sep ,507 Paul Kooiker: Crush Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam 5 Sep-22 Nov ,271 Rinus van den Bosch Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam 5 Sep-29 Nov ,535 Sámi Magic Drum British Museum London 27 Nov Jan ,831 Family Traces Israel Museum Jerusalem 24 Jul-28 Nov ,548 Sacred Ningbo Nara National Museum Nara 18 Jul-30 Aug ,000 The Timeless Beauty of Japanese Paper Suntory Museum of Art Tokyo 19 Sep-3 Nov ,008 Jacob van Ruisdael Mauritshuis The Hague 26 Feb-1 Jun ,950 A Crucifix Attributed to Michelangelo Civica Galleria d arte moderna Castiglioncello 22 Mar-4 Apr ,893 Gakona Palais de Tokyo Paris 13 Feb-3 May ,306 WA Indigenous Art Awards-Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth 25 Jul-15 Nov ,614 Arts of the Ming Dynasty Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 23 Jan-13 Sep ,461 Revolution of the Other Palais de Tokyo Paris 25 Sep Jan ,328 Egypt: Back to the Source Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Copenhagen 10 Oct 08-8 Feb ,500 Universal Code Power Plant Toronto 11 Jun-30 Aug ,665 Many Faces Israel Museum Jerusalem 8 Apr-30 Nov ,412 Christopher Wool Museum Ludwig Cologne 21 Apr-12 Jul ,317 Romy Schneider Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg 6 Feb-3 May ,483 Love! Art! Passion! Gemeentemuseum The Hague 21 Feb-1 Jun ,356 Henri Cartier-Bresson Musée d Art Moderne de la Ville Paris 19 Jun-13 Sep ,855 Play: Film and Video Moderna Museet Stockholm 7 Feb-19 Apr ,000 Jozef & Isaac Israels Gemeentemuseum The Hague 20 Sep 08-8 Feb ,696 Power and Glory Saint Louis Art Museum St Louis 22 Feb-17 May ,000 Chagall, Kandinsky, Malevich Villa Olmo Como 4 Apr-26 Jul ,441 Andreas Gursky Moderna Museet Stockholm 21 Feb-3 May ,511 Tonny Hørning: Drawings Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Copenhagen 15 Jan-1 Mar ,776 Caravaggio in Holland Stadel Museum Frankfurt 1 Apr-26 Jul ,000 Pride of Place: Dutch Cityscapes Mauritshuis The Hague 11 Oct Jan ,118 Pen and Parchment Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 2 Jun-23 Aug ,801 Turner and Italy Museum of Fine Arts Budapest 15 Jul-25 Oct ,560 Judith Leyster, National Gallery of Art Washington 21 Jun-29 Nov ,348 Isa Genzken Museum Ludwig Cologne 15 Aug-15 Nov ,829 Adventures in Modern Art Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia 12 Jul-13 Sep ,364 The Lens and the Mirror Part I Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 3 Apr-12 Jul ,727 Sympathy for the Devil Musée d art contemporain Montreal 10 Oct Jan ,039 Luis Melendez National Gallery of Art Washington 17 May-23 Aug ,047 Thomas Bang: States of Locations Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Copenhagen 12 Mar-7 Jun ,917 Doodle 4 Google Cooper Hewitt New York 21 May-5 Jul ,485 Butchers, Dragons, God & Skeletons Kimbell Art Museum Fort Worth 16 Jul-25 Oct ,739 Moderna Museet Now: Tabaimo Moderna Museet Stockholm 31 Jan-19 Apr ,099 Green Architecture for the Future Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Humlebaek 29 May-18 Dec ,823 The Golden Graves of Ancient Vani Getty Villa Los Angeles 16 Jul-5 Oct ,079 Larrakitj Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth 13 Feb-31 May ,188 Peter Kogler Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 16 Mar-31 May ,535 Marc Quinn Casa de Giulietta Verona 22 May-27 Sep ,196 Simryn Gill Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 20 Nov Mar ,046 French Porcelain for English Palaces The Queen s Gallery London 23 May-11 Oct ,678 Peter Doig Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt 9 Oct 08-4 Jan ,277 Echoes of Life National Museum of Korea Seoul 16 Dec 08-1 Mar ,626 Cartoons and Coronets: Osbert Lancaster Wallace Collection London 22 Oct Jan ,949 Saul Steinberg Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg 13 Mar-1 Jun ,131 Jonathan Horowitz/Erik van Lieshout Museum Ludwig Cologne 24 Apr-23 Aug ,629 Artist in Focus: Everywhen Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth 31 Jan-31 May ,000 From Van Dyck to Bellotto Palais des Beaux-Arts (BOZAR) Brussels 20 Feb-24 May ,027 Four Banquet Tables of Catherine the Great Metropolitan Teien Art Museum Tokyo 16 Apr-5 Jul ,434 Rachel Whiteread Museum of Fine Arts Boston 15 Oct Jan ,418 Picturing America Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin 7 Mar-10 May ,100 Baroque Victoria and Albert Museum London 4 Apr-19 Jul ,426 Artist File 2009: NACT Annual Show National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 4 Mar-6 May ,945 In the Mirror of Possibilities Museum Ludwig Cologne 14 Mar-14 Jun 19TH-CENTURY TOP TEN A striking feature of the top 19th-century art shows is that only half of them were monographic; in previous years single-artist exhibitions have monopolised the list. It is not surprising, given the media attention accorded him during his bi-centennial, that Darwin made what will surely be his unique appearance in the annals of attendance figures. The Musée d Orsay made it to the top ten with three hits, albeit rather predictable crowd-pleasers: pastels, Rodin and photography. Ensor at MoMA, New York, appealed to a mood for the macabre, and was an important reassessment of the artist s late career. Left, Hiroshige, 53 Stations of the Tokaido, 1833, at Museo Fondazione Roma. D.L. 5, ,408 James Ensor Museum of Modern Art New York 28 Jun-21 Sep 3, ,872 Mystery and Brilliance Musée d Orsay Paris 8 Oct 08-1 Feb 2, ,351 Rodin Musée d Orsay Paris 10 Mar-31 May 1, ,850 J.W. Waterhouse: the Modern Pre-Raphaelite Royal Academy of Arts London 27 Jun-13 Sep 1, ,467 The Sleeping Beauty Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid 24 Feb-28 Jun 1, ,652 Hiroshige: Master of Nature Museo Fondazione Roma Rome 11 Nov Feb 1, ,000 J.W. Waterhouse: the Modern Pre-Raphaelite Groninger Museum Groningen 14 Dec 08-3 May 1,111 82,838 The Pre-Raphaelites Nationalmuseum Stockholm 26 Feb-24 May 1,103 98,481 See Italy and Die Musée d Orsay Paris 7 Apr-19 Jul ,193 Darwin Natural History Museum London 14 Nov Apr ASIAN TOP TEN Japan s appetite for blockbuster exhibitions and the richness of its cultural heritage resulted in its museums producing seven of the top ten shows in our Asian category. But China's marching army of terracotta warriors (pictured left) means that a US institution, the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, is fifth on the 2009 Asian list. The National Museum of Korea, Seoul, which is taking part in our survey for the first time, celebrated the centenary of Korean museums with an exhibition that put it in seventh place. The Tokyo National Museum improves on its runner-up ranking in 2008 with a show of temple treasures from Nara, making it overall the most visited exhibition our survey. J.P. 15, ,172 Ashura and Masterpieces from Kohfukuji Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 31 Mar-7 Jun 14, ,294 61st Annual Exhibition of Shoso-in Treasures Nara National Museum Nara 24 Oct-12 Nov 9, ,944 Treasures of the Imperial Collections Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 6 Oct-29 Nov 4, ,833 Masterpieces of Zen Culture from Myoshinji Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 20 Jan-1 Mar 3, ,469 The First Emperor: China s Terracotta Army High Museum of Art Atlanta 16 Nov Apr 3, ,363 Great Treasures of Court Culture Kyoto National Museum Kyoto 10 Jan-22 Feb 3, , th Anniversary of Korean Museums National Museum of Korea Seoul 29 Sep-8 Nov 2, ,154 The Tale of Shuten Doji Freer and Sackler Galleries Washington 21 Mar-20 Sep 2, ,081 The Treasures of Myoshin-ji Temple Kyoto National Museum Kyoto 24 Mar-10 May 2, ,796 Ise Jingu and Treasures of Shinto Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 14 Jul-6 Sep

6 THE ART NEWSPAPER, No. 212, APRIL ,760 Louisa Bufardeci/Zon Ito Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 28 Jul-25 Oct ,226 Art & Empire: Treasures from Assyria Museum of Fine Arts Boston 21 Sep 08-4 Jan ,726 Claude Tousignant: a Retrospective Musée d art contemporain Montreal 5 Feb-26 Apr ,272 Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures State Museum of Modern Art Moscow 16 Dec 08-8 Feb ,689 Un Certain Etat du Monde? Garage Centre Moscow 19 Mar-14 Jun ,150 Sigmar Polke Museum Ludwig Cologne 4 Jul-27 Sep ,185 Roy Lichtenstein Posters Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg 19 Dec Mar ,508 Mari Funaki/David Walker Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth 27 Jun-18 Oct ,000 Anthony Ames, Architect High Museum of Art Atlanta 21 Apr-23 Aug ,842 Art of the Korean Renaissance, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 17 Mar-21 Jun ,391 Carroll Dunham: Works on Paper Museum Ludwig Cologne 3 Apr-20 Sep ,222 From the Land of the Golden Fleece Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge 2 Oct 08-4 Jan ,825 Lucy McKenzie Museum Ludwig Cologne 14 Mar-26 Jul ,441 Stitch by Stitch Metropolitan Teien Art Museum Tokyo 18 Jul-27 Sep ,614 Universal Archive Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 9 Mar-3 May ,272 The Art and Craft of Greene and Greene Museum of Fine Arts Boston 14 Jul-18 Oct ,087 Diego Rivera Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 25 Oct Jan ,966 Eva Hesse Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh 5 Aug-25 Oct ,800 Ulrich Rückriem/The Power of Expression Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin 19 Mar-10 May ,296 A New Route through the Berardo Collection Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 15 Sep Apr ,245 George de Forest Brush National Gallery of Art Washington 14 Sep 08-4 Jan ,194 Turn-of-the-Century Gems Nationalmuseum Stockholm 23 Jun-23 Aug ,320 James Castle: a Retrospective Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia 14 Oct 08-4 Jan ,875 Polidori/Davis/Hurlbut Musée d art contemporain Montreal 22 May-7 Sep ,926 Diana & Actaeon Museum Kunst Palast Düsseldorf 20 Oct-15 Feb ,659 Ryan Gander: Heralded as the New Black Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam 21 Mar-24 May ,121 Richard Long: Heaven and Earth Tate Britain London 3 Jun-6 Sep ,424 Joan Rabascall MACBA Barcelona 23 Jan-19 Apr ,329 Andy Warhol: Other Voices, Other Rooms Hayward Gallery London 7 Oct Jan ,903 Baroque Celebrations Palazzo Madama Turin 7 Apr-5 Jul ,760 Andrea Riccio Frick Collection New York 15 Oct Jan ,633 Whistler & Haden Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam 28 Feb-23 Aug ,153 Pink: Bizarrely Green Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg 28 Aug-15 Nov ,677 Leonardo da Vinci: Drawings from Turin Legion of Honor San Francisco15 Nov 08-8 Jan ,800 The Master of Flémalle and Van der Weyden Gemäldegalerie Berlin 20 Mar-21 Jun ,377 Streams and Mountains Without End Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland 27 Jun-23 Aug ,300 Gordon Bennett Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth 19 Dec Mar ,465 Gerhard Richter Portraits National Portrait Gallery London 26 Feb-31 May ,356 Strange Brew: the 1960s Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo 29 May-20 Sep ,668 Pollock, de Kooning and American Art Saint Louis Art Museum St Louis 19 Oct Jan ,970 Augustus Saint-Gaudens Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 30 Jun-15 Nov ,776 Louise Bourgeois Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles 25 Oct Jan ,269 Martin Kippenberger: Problem Perspective Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles 20 Sep 08-5 Jan ,878 Risk the Real Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 8 Jun-30 Aug ,493 The State Museums of Berlin Legion of Honor San Francisco18 Oct Jan ,437 Avoiding Myth & Message Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney 7 Apr-12 Jul ,000 Wilhelm Freddie: Stick the Fork in Your Eye! Statens Museum of Art Copenhagen 28 Feb-1 Jun ,604 3rd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art Moscow Museum of Modern Art Moscow 26 Sep-25 Oct ,150 Altermodern: Tate Triennial-Tate Britain London 3 Feb-26 Apr ,189 Indigenous Art Awards-Art Gallery of Western Australia Perth 30 Oct Jan ,400 The Indian Portrait Gallery Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 7 Mar-14 Jun TOKYO TOP TEN 15, ,172 Ashura and Masterpieces from Kohfukuji Tokyo National Museum 31 Mar-7 Jun 9, ,944 Treasures of the Imperial Collections Tokyo National Museum 6 Oct-29 Nov 9, ,256 17th-century Painting from the Louvre National Museum of Western Art 28 Feb-14 Jun 5, ,219 Treasures of the Habsburg Monarchy National Art Center Tokyo 25 Sep-14 Dec 4,939 51,505 12th Japan Media Arts Festival National Art Center Tokyo 4-15 Feb 4, ,833 Masterpieces of Zen Culture from Myoshinji Tokyo National Museum 20 Jan-1 Mar 3, ,892 Children in the Louvre Collection National Art Center Tokyo 25 Mar-1 Jun 3, ,444 Paul Gauguin National Museum of Modern Art 3 Jul-23 Sep 3, ,065 Kayama Matazo Retrospective National Art Center Tokyo 21 Jan-2 Mar 2, ,477 The Roman Empire National Museum of Western Art 19 Sep-13 Dec PARIS TOP TEN 7, ,256 2nd Photoquai Biennale Musée Quai Branly 22 Sep-22 Nov 7, ,352 Picasso and the Masters Grand Palais 8 Oct 08-2 Feb 6, ,000 Kandinsky Centre Pompidou 8 Apr-10 Aug 4, ,821 Warhol s Wide World Grand Palais 18 Mar-13 Jul 4, ,521 Picasso Manet Musée d Orsay 8 Oct 08-1 Feb 4, ,800 Alexander Calder Centre Pompidou 18 Mar-20 Jul 3, ,583 Six Billion Others Grand Palais Nave 10 Jan-12 Feb 3, ,872 Mystery and Brilliance Musée d Orsay 8 Oct 08-1 Feb 3, ,000 Pollock Pinacothèque 15 Oct Feb 2, ,023 The Gates of Heaven Louvre 6 Mar-29 Jun LONDON TOP TEN 4, ,612 The Revolution Continues Saatchi Gallery 9 Oct Jan 3, ,702 Unveiled: New Art from the Middle East Saatchi Gallery 30 Jan-9 May 3, ,473 Anish Kapoor Royal Academy of Arts 26 Sep-11 Dec 3, ,420 BP Portrait Award 2009 National Portrait Gallery 18 Jun-20 Sep 3, ,741 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Serpentine Gallery 11 Jul-16 Oct 2, ,236 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize National Portrait Gallery 6 Nov Feb 2, ,244 Rothko Tate Modern 26 Sep 08-1 Feb 2, ,433 Corot to Monet National Gallery 8 Jul-20 Sep 2, ,726 Byzantium Royal Academy of Arts 25 Oct Mar 2, ,831 Picasso Prints: Challenging the Past National Gallery 25 Feb-7 Jun ,233 Oceans, Rivers and Skies National Gallery of Art Washington 12 Oct Mar ,509 René Magritte 1948: La Période Vache Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt 30 Oct 08-4 Jan ,824 Franz West: Work, LACMA Los Angeles 12 Mar-7 Jun ,438 T2 Torino Triennale Tremusei Castello di Rivoli Rivoli 6 Nov 08-1 Feb ,236 In the Wake of Jesus Museum of Fine Arts Budapest 12 Dec 08-8 Feb ,063 Royal Porcelain from the Twinight Collection Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 16 Sep 08-9 Aug ,830 Bad Habits Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo 10 Jul-4 Oct ,782 Art Deco and its Enemies Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 24 Jun-20 Sep ,516 Fantastic Illusion Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai 13 Sep-11 Oct ,038 The Mastercraftsmen of Palekh Miniatures Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 20 Sep Jan ,592 A David Small World Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 7 Mar-24 May ,699 Poiret and Fortuny Metropolitan Teien Art Museum Tokyo 31 Jan-31 Mar ,499 Hussein Chalayan Design Museum London 22 Jan-17 May ,770 Art on Paper VIII: from Cézanne to Léger Museo de Bellas Artes Bilbao 23 Mar-14 Jun ,589 John Baldessari Legion of Honor San Francisco 11 Jul-8 Nov ,714 Fantasy Uncoiled: Prints by CoBrA Artists Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 13 Sep Jan ,479 Giorgio Morandi Museo d Arte Moderna Bologna 22 Jan-13 Apr ,709 Fragment to Vase Getty Villa Los Angeles 18 Dec 08-1 Jun ,896 The Getty Commodus Getty Villa Los Angeles 18 Dec 08-1 Jun ,723 Treasures of Tôdaiji s Omizutori Ritual Nara National Museum Nara 7 Feb-15 Mar ,255 Wall Rockets Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo 24 Jul-25 Oct ,149 Turner and Italy National Gallery Complex Edinburgh 27 Mar-7 Jun ,800 The Art and Craft of Greene and Greene Renwick Gallery Washington 13 Mar-7 Jun ,200 Jean Michel Basquiat: to Repel Ghosts Palazzo Ruspoli Rome 2 Oct 08-2 Feb ,000 Chagall and the Russian Jewish Theatre Jewish Museum New York 9 Nov Mar ,452 Fashioning Felt/Shahzia Sikander Selects Cooper Hewitt New York 6 Mar-7 Sep ,407 Per Kirkeby Tate Modern London 17 Jun-6 Sep ,511 Paths to Fame: Turner Watercolours Courtauld London 30 Oct Jan ,511 On the Trail of Texts Along the Silk Road Kyoto National Museum Kyoto 14 Jul-6 Sep ,631 Lee Friedlander/Art and Power Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland 1 Mar-31 May ,000 Vanity Fair Portraits National Portrait Gallery Canberra 4 Jun-30 Aug ,241 A Land of Myths: the Art of Gustave Moreau Museum of Fine Arts Budapest 19 Feb-3 May ,820 Grand Scale: Monumental Prints Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia 31 Jan-26 Apr ,508 Hubbard/Birchler: No Room To Answer Modern Art Museum Fort Worth 14 Sep 08-4 Jan ,152 Intervention #10: Tobias Putrih Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam 16 May-18 Oct ,326 Pancho Guedes: Vitruvius Mozambicanus Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 18 May-16 Aug ,035 Stanley William Hayter National Gallery of Art Washington 31 May-23 Aug ,870 Indian Xianzai Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai 16 Jul-31 Aug ,636 Cuba! Art and History from 1868 to Today Groninger Museum Groningen 17 May-20 Sep ,235 The Brave Buffalo Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo 13 Feb-10 Jun ,700 Lino Tagliapietra in Retrospect Renwick Gallery Washington 3 Oct Jan ,827 Dan Graham: Beyond Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles 15 Feb-25 May ,000 To The Ends of the Earth Peabody Essex Museum Salem 8 Nov 08-1 Mar ,328 Roni Horn aka Roni Horn Tate Modern London 25 Feb -25 May ,641 Treasures of the Black Death Wallace Collection London 19 Feb-10 May ,732 Kahlo through the Lens of Nickolas Muray Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo 8 May-5 Jul ,378 The Prints of Edvard Munch National Gallery of Ireland Dublin 19 Sep 08-6 Dec ,985 Domani: the Art of Tomorrow National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 13 Dec Jan NEW YORK TOP TEN 6, ,068 Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting Museum of Modern Art 2 Nov 08-2 Jan 6, ,476 Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out Museum of Modern Art 19 Nov 08-2 Feb 5, ,408 James Ensor Museum of Modern Art 28 Jun-21 Sep 5, ,995 Ron Arad: No Discipline Museum of Modern Art 2 Aug-19 Oct 4, ,894 Martin Kippenberger: Problem Perspective Museum of Modern Art 1 Mar-11 May 4, ,821 Marlene Dumas: Measuring Your Own Grave Museum of Modern Art 14 Dec Feb 4, ,343 Van Gogh and the Colours of the Night Museum of Modern Art 21 Sep 08-5 Jan 4, ,446 Vermeer s Masterpiece The Milkmaid Metropolitan Museum of Art 10 Sep-29 Nov 4, ,990 Frank Lloyd Wright: from Within Outward Guggenheim Museum 15 May-23 Aug 4, ,132 Aernout Mik Museum of Modern Art 6 May-27 Jul COMPARISONS , ,765 60th Annual Exhibition of Shoso-in Treasures Nara National Museum Nara 25 Oct-10 Nov 12, ,909 National Treasures from Yakushi-ji Temple Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 25 Mar-8 Jun 10, ,000 Images in the Night Grand Palais Nave Paris Dec 9, ,784 Duelling Geniuses Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 8 Jul-17 Aug 8, ,213 Treasures by Rinpa Masters Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 7 Oct-16 Nov 7, ,810 Collection of the Musée National Picasso Reina Sofía Madrid 5 Feb-5 May 6, ,058 Kaii Higashiyama: a Retrospective National Museum of Modern Art Tokyo 29 Mar-18 May 6, ,483 Dalí: Painting and Film Museum of Modern Art New York 29 Jun-15 Sep 6, ,322 Martin Puryear Museum of Modern Art New York 4 Nov Jan 6, ,871 Home Delivery Museum of Modern Art New York 20 Jul-20 Oct , ,004 The Mind of Leonardo Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 20 Mar-17 Jun 9, ,420 Monet s Art and its Posterity National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 7 Apr-2 Jul 9, ,492 Legacy of the Tokugawa Tokyo National Museum Tokyo 10 Oct-2 Dec 8, ,074 Richard Serra Sculpture: 40 Years Museum of Modern Art New York 3 Jun-10 Sep 7, ,207 Masterpieces of French Painting from the Met Museum of Fine Arts Houston 4 Feb-6 May 6, ,886 Milkmaid by Vermeer and Dutch Genre Painting National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 26 Sep-17 Dec 6, ,179 From Cézanne to Picasso Musée d Orsay Paris 19 Jun-16 Sep 6, ,000 Masterpieces of French Painting from the Met Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin 1 Jun-7 Oct 5,375 1,290,000 Tutankhamun and the Golden Age Franklin Institute Philadelphia 3 Feb-30 Sep 5, ,446 What is Painting? Museum of Modern Art New York 7 Jul-17 Sep

7 THE ART NEWSPAPER, No. 189, MARCH ,863 Tomas Saraceno: Lighter than Air Walker Art Center Minneapolis 14 May-30 Aug ,000 Stephan Balkenhol Deichtorhallen Hamburg Hamburg 13 Nov 08-1 Feb ,947 Tarsila do Amaral Fundacíon Juan March Madrid 6 Feb-3 May ,096 Brazil Contemporary Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam 30 May-23 Aug ,251 Bruegel to Rubens The Queen s Gallery London 17 Oct Apr ,072 Italics: Italian Art, Palazzo Grassi Venice 27 Sep Mar ,452 The Heritage of the Holy Land Museum of Fine Arts Budapest 23 Jun-6 Sep ,725 Joaquim Mir: Anthology ( ) Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao Bilbao 18 May-26 Jul ,022 Rock, Paper, Scissors Kunsthaus Graz Graz 26 Jun-3 Aug ,507 Novecentismo and the Avant-garde Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao Bilbao 2 Mar-24 May ,200 Antony Gormley s Domain Field Garage Centre Moscow 16 Jul-30 Aug ,658 Venus Nagoya/Boston Museum Nagoya 18 Jul-23 Nov ,115 Goya, Redon, Ensor: Grotesque Paintings Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp 14 Mar-14 Jun ,504 Surrealism and Beyond in the Israel Museum Cincinnati Art Museum Cincinnati 15 Feb-17 May ,874 History of Russian Video Art: Volume 2 Moscow Museum of Modern Art Moscow 25 Mar-3 May ,438 Expanding Horizons Museum of Fine Arts Montreal 18 Jun-27 Sep ,757 Henry VIII: Man and Monarch British Library London 23 Apr-6 Sep 494 8,545 The Summer Art Cadets Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong 28 Aug-16 Sep ,686 Brit Insurance Designs of the Year Design Museum London 12 Feb-14 Jun ,632 BESphoto: Fifth Edition Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 23 Mar-17 May ,731 Peng Hung-Chih: God Pound Musée Guimet Paris 17 Jun-19 Oct ,240 The God of Colours Liebieghaus Sculpture Collection Frankfurt 8 Oct-15 Feb ,426 The Quick and the Dead Walker Art Center Minneapolis 25 Apr-27 Sep ,869 Garden and Cosmos British Museum London 28 May-11 Oct ,116 Ben Nicholson/Luke Frost/Bernard Leach Tate St Ives St Ives 24 Jan-4 May ,438 Expanding Horizons Musée National des Beaux-arts Montreal 18 Jun-27 Sep ,220 Live Forever: Elizabeth Peyton Walker Art Center Minneapolis 14 Feb-14 Jun ,826 Cummins Wide Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo 23 Jan-10 May ,175 Future Depends on You Moscow Museum of Modern Art Moscow 28 May-2 Aug ,168 3rd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art Russian Academy of Arts Moscow 22 Sep-25 Oct 469 4,891 Brat Albert Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 1 Dec-12 Dec ,291 A Story of Photograph LACMA Los Angeles 5 Oct-1 Feb ,501 The Many Faces of David Diaz Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 4 Oct-22 Feb ,534 Wood Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 24 Jan-24 May ,780 Rivoluzione! Kunsthaus Zürich Zürich 26 Sep-11 Jan ,337 Edward Hopper Kunsthalle Wien Vienna 3 Oct-15 Feb ,966 Beyond Bloomsbury Courtauld London 18 Jun-20 Sep ,000 T2 Torino Triennale Tremusei Fondazione Re Rebaudengo Rovereto 6 Nov-1 Feb ,000 T2 Torino Triennale Tremusei Promotrice delle Belle Arti Venice 6 Nov-1 Feb ,060 Abstraction and Empathy Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin 15 Aug-16 Oct ,171 Close Up The Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh 24 Oct-11 Jan ,303 Not Toys The State Tretyakov Gallery Moscow 23 Sep-8 Nov ,910 Visual Leader Deichtorhallen Hamburg Hamburg 12 Mar-26 Apr ,682 Spy Numbers Palais de Tokyo Paris 28 May-20 Sep ,115 The Making of Art Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt 29 May-30 Aug ,357 E.W. Nay: Works from the 1960s Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt 22 Jan-26 Apr ,321 William Kentridge: Five Themes Modern Art Museum Fort Worth 12 Jul-27 Sep ,625 George Tooker: A Retrospective Pennsylvania Academy Philadelphia 29 Jan-5 Apr ,388 Doug Aitken Saint Louis Art Museum St. Louis 27 Jun-7 Sep ,219 Gay Icons National Portrait Gallery London 2 Jul-18 Oct ,124 Sentimental Journey: Alfred Jacob Miller Joslyn Art Museum Omaha 7 Feb-10 May ,967 Artists Rooms National Gallery Complex Edinburgh 14 Mar-8 Nov ,190 Elmgreen & Dragset, Núñez, Roestorpff MUSAC Leon 31 Jan-21 Jun ,495 Rough Cut Nation National Gallery Complex Edinburgh 1 Aug-31 Aug ,009 Scapigliatura Palazzo Reale Milan 26 Jun-22 Nov ,555 Splendor and Elegance Museum of Fine Arts Boston 22 Jan-17 May ,750 Tapio Wirkkala/Art & Language Espoo Museum of Modern Art Espoo 14 Oct-10 Jan ,372 French Impressionists Lady Lever Art Gallery Liverpool 20 Feb-31 May ,429 Saenredam Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza Madrid 11 Nov-15 Feb ,154 Gandhara Kunsthalle der Bundesrepublik Bonn 21 Nov-15 Mar ,899 Chu Teh-Chun and the Manufacture of Sèvres Musée Guimet Paris 10 Jun-7 Sep ,098 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale State Museum of Contemporary ArtThessaloniki 24 May-27 Sep ,705 Dirt on Delight: Impulses that Form Clay Walker Art Center Minneapolis 11 Jul-29 Nov ,734 Invasion of Sound: Music and the Visual Arts Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 6 Apr-2 Aug , Years of Photography, Gazeta Wyborcza Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 11 May-12 Jul ,110 Art and Love in Renaissance Italy Kimbell Art Museum Fort Worth 12 Mar-14 Jun ,810 Andreas Gursky National Gallery Victoria Melbourne 21 Nov-22 Feb ,694 A Changing Ratio Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles 1 Mar-28 Sep ,246 Dieter Rams & Ergonimocs Design Museum London 18 Nov-31 Dec ,824 Claire Barclay Openwide The Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh 7 Feb-12 Apr ,948 Artists from the Russian Empire The State Tretyakov Gallery Moscow 16 Jun-13 Sep ,115 Raúl Perez Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 16 Feb-12 Apr ,727 Armour & Evening Dress Museum Tinguely Basel 13 May-30 Aug ,271 The Glory of Four Centuries Past, Revived Nagoya/Boston Museum Nagoya 19 Sep-23 Nov ,506 Chinetik: a Littmann Project Museum Tinguely Basel 11 Feb-19 Apr ,507 Jaromir Funke and the Amateur Avant Garde National Gallery of Art Washington, DC 3 May-9 Aug ,951 Hot Spots Kunsthaus Zürich Zürich 13 Feb-3 May ,856 Robert Frank s The Americans Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles 14 Jun-19 Oct ,043 Intuition and Structure Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 4 Dec-15 Feb ,471 Whistler Lady Lever Art Gallery Liverpool 3 Jul-20 Sep ,696 SCAPA Memories: a Collection Museum Tinguely Basel 4 Feb-19 Apr ,000 For Your Eyes Only: Ian Flemming and Bond Imperial War Museum London 17 Apr-1 Mar ,983 Mariscal & Kaplickly Design Museum London 1 Jul-1 Nov 402 8,035 Vanessa Beecroft VB65 Padiglione di Arte Contemporanea Milan 17 Mar-5 Apr ,819 Constable Portraits National Portrait Gallery London 5 Mar-14 Jun ,489 Isn t It Great to Be An Artist? Cincinnati Art Museum Cincinnati 31 Jan-26 Apr ,653 Jimmy Durham Musée d Art Moderne de la Ville Paris 30 Jan-12 Apr ,146 The Fifth Floor: Ideas Taking Space Tate Liverpool Liverpool 16 Dec-1 Feb ,463 David Chipperfield Design Museum London 21 Oct-31 Dec ,452 Anish Kapoor: Memory Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin 30 Nov-1 Feb ,467 Heaven on Earth National Gallery of Art Washington, DC 1 Mar-16 Aug ,986 In-Finitum Museo Fortuny Venice 6 Jun-15 Nov ,922 Super Contemporary Design Museum London 3 Jun-4 Oct ,003 Etude to Art Object Moscow Museum of Modern Art Moscow 9 Feb-6 Sep ,196 V. Vatagin 125 Anniversary The State Tretyakov Gallery Moscow 20 Dec-15 Feb ,020 Re:action Museum of Art, Lodz Lodz 2 Apr-24 May ,053 Living Line: the Subhash Kapoor Gift Metropolitan Museum of Art New York 25 Mar-7 Sep ,994 Disco Zacheta Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 12 Dec-25 Jan ,188 The Light: Matsumoto Yoko and Noguchi Rika National Art Center Tokyo Tokyo 19 Aug-19 Oct ,153 The Islanders: an Introduction Charles Avery National Gallery Complex Edinburgh 29 Nov-15 Feb ,000 Jean Dubuffet Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung Munich 19 Jun-13 Sep ,847 Marcel Maeyer Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp 3 Oct-29 Nov ,040 Samurai Palazzo Reale Milan 25 Feb-2 Jun ,119 Candice Breitz: Same Same The Power Plant Toronto 18 Sep-15 Nov ,609 House Proud: the Thaw Collection Cooper Hewitt New York 12 Aug-25 Jan ,089 Spirit of the Water Palazzo Reale Milan 29 Nov-13 Apr ,429 The Splendor of the Renaisance in Aragón Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao Bilbao 15 Jun-20 Sep ,776 Morandi: Master of Modern Still Life The Phillips Collection Washington, DC21 Feb-24 May ,126 Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures Galerie Rudolfinium Prague 30 Jan-5 Apr ,514 Jacek Malczewski National Museum Krahow Krakow 27 Mar-24 May 371 4,506 Contrast and Symmetry Castel Nuovo Naples 7 Nov-20 Nov ,262 Heimo Zobernig Musée d Art Contemporain, CAPC Bordeaux 16 May-16 Aug ,031 The Enlightenments National Gallery Complex Edinburgh 7 Aug-27 Sep 366 9,469 Elio Marino Castel Nuovo Naples 29 Apr-28 May 366 6,005 Antonella Raio Castel Nuovo Naples 10 Sep-28 Sep ,515 Action/Abstraction Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo 13 Feb-14 Jun ,107 Francis Alys: Fabiola LACMA Los Angeles 7 Sep-29 Mar 365 4,120 La Napoli di Maurizio Valenzi Castel Nuovo Naples 16 Nov-28 Nov ,840 Opera Rock /Jean-Luc Blanc Musée d Art Contemporain, CAPC Bordeaux 5 Mar-14 Jun ,368 Carlos Cruz-Diez Museu Fundacíon Juan March Palma 25 Feb-27 Jun ,170 Heimo Zobernig and the Tate Collection Tate St Ives St Ives 4 Oct-11 Jan ,715 Orientalism s Influence The National Museum in Warsaw Warsaw 17 Oct-4 Jan ,377 Paint Made Flesh The Phillips Collection Washington, DC20 Jun-13 Sep 362 7,600 Tanatos Banionis; Divine Wind Russian Academy of Arts Moscow 2 Mar-22 Mar ,734 Solos: Tulou/Affordable Housing for China Cooper Hewitt New York 3 Oct-5 Apr ,734 Wall Stories: Children s Wallpaper and Books Cooper Hewitt New York 3 Oct-5 Apr ,363 Good Expectations Deichtorhallen Hamburg Hamburg 22 Jan-1 Mar ,913 Alberto Burri Triennale di Milano Milan 7 Nov-8 Feb ,038 Love and Marriage in Renaissance Florence Courtauld London 12 Feb-17 May 358 6,502 Giuliana Mariniello Castel Nuovo Naples 6 Mar-26 Mar ,811 Merging Emerging Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai 3 Mar-30 Jun ,701 Curators Select: Recent Acquisitions Cooper Hewitt New York 12 Sep-15 Feb ,309 Workshop 2009: My Love, My Friends Moscow Museum of Modern Art Moscow 29 Jun-2 Aug ,433 Arabia Design Museum Helsinki 17 Oct-25 Jan ,298 John Moores 25 Walker Art Gallery Liverpool 18 Sep-4 Jan ,122 Paolo Veronese: the Petrobelli Altarpiece Dulwich Picture Gallery London 10 Feb-3 May ,211 Theater in the Work of Artists,1920s-30s The State Tretyakov Gallery Moscow 24 Dec-10 Mar ,932 Enzo Mari: Artist and Designer GAM Turin 29 Oct-1 Feb ,919 Rubens Revealed: the Adoration of the Magi Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp 29 Nov-1 Mar ,500 Lodz Kaliska Group Centre for Contemporary Art Warsaw 19 Jan-1 Mar ,680 How Do You Do Moscow? Moscow Museum of Modern Art Moscow 21 Aug-20 Sep ,418 Up Against the Wall Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 6 Dec-25 Jan ,069 Picasso: Graphic Works Museu Fundacíon Juan March Palma 15 Jul-22 Nov ,509 Couples in Contemporary Art Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai 22 Dec-22 Feb ,084 Herbert Brandl/Cecily Brown Deichtorhallen Hamburg Hamburg 24 Apr-30 Aug ,927 On-Matsuri and the Sacred Art of Kasuga Nara National Museum Nara 6 Dec-18 Jan ,491 Imi Knoebel: Enduros/Ich Nicht Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin 23 May-2 Aug ,209 Darwin s Expressions Natural History Museum London 26 Jun-29 Nov ,559 Reconstructing Identity Getty Villa Los Angeles 18 Dec-1 Jun ,923 Journeys East Isabella Stewart Gardner MuseumBoston 21 Feb-31 May ,446 Mikael Levin: Cristina s History Museu Colecção Berardo Lisbon 31 Aug-8 Nov ,784 Michelangelo: Drawings and Attributions Stadel Museum Frankfurt 6 Mar-7 Jun ,000 Isaac Julien, Western Union: Small Boats Centre for Contemporary Art Warsaw 27 Apr-14 Jun ,514 IAO Psychedelic explorations in France Musée d Art Contemporain, CAPC Bordeaux 28 Nov-8 Mar ,067 Michael Raedecker GEM The Hague 11 Jul-1 Nov 328 9,901 Bruno Starita Castel Nuovo Naples 23 Apr-27 May ,867 Mario Giacomelli Forma Milan 15 Jan-22 Mar ,774 Collecting History: Recent Acquisitions Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles 12 Jul-15 Nov ,200 Thomas Roberts, National Gallery of Ireland Dublin 28 Mar-28 Jun ,559 Treasury of the World: Jewelled Arts of India Moscow Kremlin Museum Moscow 20 Feb-22 May ,736 Katharina Fritsch Kunsthaus Zürich Zürich 3 Jun-30 Aug 324 3,102 Giovanna Stefanelli Castel Nuovo Naples 23 Nov-3 Dec ,992 Cecil Beaton/New Radicals Walker Art Gallery Liverpool 26 Jun-20 Sep 322 6,120 Cristophe Mourey Castel Nuovo Naples 9 Oct-30 Oct ,554 Where Are The Fairies Gone? Musée d Art Contemporain, CAPC Bordeaux 19 Sep-31 Dec ,415 Skyscraper Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia 6 Jun-12 Nov ,375 European Design: shaping the New Century Indianapolis Museum of Art Indianapolis 5 Mar-21 Jun ,546 Elizabeth Osborne: The Color of Light Pennsylvania Academy Philadelphia 25 Jun-20 Sep ,830 Outside the Ordinary Cincinnati Art Museum Cincinnati 20 Jun-13 Sep ,030 The Fifth Dimension Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai 17 Oct-4 Dec ,120 Glenn Brown Fondazione Re Rebaudengo Rovereto 28 May-4 Oct ,551 Sleeping Beauty Gemeentemuseum The Hague 4 Jul-27 Sep ,700 Fashion V Sport Victoria and Albert Museum London 5 Aug-4 Jan 304 1,781 Courage Deichtorhallen Hamburg Hamburg 8 Feb-16 Feb ,296 Claudia Rogge: a Retrospective Moscow Museum of Modern Art Moscow 15 May-17 Jun ,773 Henri Matisse and the French Riviera Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia 13 Dec-25 Oct ,933 Edvard Munch: Prints in the Städel Museum Stadel Museum Frankfurt 3 Jul-18 Oct ,600 Yesterday s Tomorrow Is Not Today Fundaçao Serralves Porto 3 Jul-20 Sep ,232 Total Illustration Fundacíon Juan March Madrid 10 Oct-11 Jan ,411 Hard Targets: Masculinity and Sport LACMA Los Angeles 9 Oct-19 Jan ,888 Futuroma Futurist Macro Future Rome 20 Feb-16 May ,129 Ryijy! Design Museum Helsinki 5 Jun-27 Sep 291 6,022 Roger Peeraerts Castel Nuovo Naples 5 Feb-28 Feb 288 3,002 Mary Samele Castel Nuovo Naples 21 Nov-2 Dec ,000 Sicily 1968/2008: The Spirit of Time Riso Museo d arte contemporanea Genoa 21 Feb-31 May ,675 Marek Piasecki: Fragile Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 27 Nov-1 Feb ,434 Le Siecle Français National Museum Warsaw Warsaw 28 Feb-26 Apr ,407 Running Time National Gallery Complex Edinburgh 17 Oct-22 Nov ,322 Mara Eggert: Theatre of Images Kunsthalle der Bundesrepublik Bonn 17 Jul-4 Oct ,080 Shopping in Paris: French Fashion Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia 11 Apr-1 Nov ,917 Views Zacheta National Gallery of Art Warsaw 18 Sep-15 Nov ,092 Life? Biomorpic Forms in Sculpture Kunsthaus Graz Graz 27 Sep-11 Jan 278 9,724 Irina Korina: Installations Moscow Museum of Modern Art Moscow 3 Feb-9 Mar ,544 The Art of Flying: Melchior d Hondecoeter Rijksmuseum Schiphol Amsterdam 27 May-26 Oct ,616 Indian Highway Astrup Fearnley Museum Oslo 2 Apr-6 Sep ,402 Man Ray Museum of Photography The Hague 24 Jan-19 Apr ,462 Gerhard Richter National Gallery Complex Edinburgh 8 Nov-4 Jan ,597 Herbert Tobias/Wolfgang Zurborn Deichtorhallen Hamburg Hamburg 7 May-16 Aug ,999 Sin and Salvation Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis 14 Jun-6 Sep ,054 Pompeo Batoni Palazzo Ducale Lucca 6 Dec-3 May 273 7,724 Jam Session: American Jam National Museum Krahow Krakow 4 Aug-6 Sep ,767 Spectacle: Photographs from the Collection Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia 18 Jun-7 Sep 268 2,684 Premiums Royal Academy of Arts London 20 Feb-1 Mar 268 6,022 Geometric Art Castel Nuovo Naples 3 Feb-28 Feb ,012 Lucio Fontana: Light and Colour Palazzo Ducale Genoa 22 Oct-13 Apr ,839 American Dream National Museum Krahow Krakow 1 Jul-5 Oct ,916 Bessie Potter Vonnoh: Sculptor of Women Cincinnati Art Museum Cincinnati 20 Jun-6 Sep 263 5,220 Rino Volpe: Baudelairian Correspondences Castel Nuovo Naples 8 Jun-30 Jun ,254 Su-Mei Tse: Floating Memories Isabella Stewart Gardner MuseumBoston 16 Jul-18 Oct 259 5,803 Mario Apuzzo: Archeologie del sogno Castel Nuovo Naples 5 Oct-30 Oct ,315 The Triumph of Marriage: Painted Cassoni Isabella Stewart Gardner MuseumBoston 16 Oct-19 Jan ,368 Free Imperial City of Augsburg Moscow Kremlin Museum Moscow 17 Jun-22 Sep ,805 Hans Heysen Art Gallery of South Australia Adelaide 14 Nov-8 Feb 249 9,000 The Distribution of Avant-garde Centre for Contemporary Art Warsaw 10 Aug-20 Sep ,800 Enzo Cucchi/Santeri Tuori Espoo Museum of Modern Art Espoo 28 Feb-17 May ,000 Czech Photography of the 20th Century Kunsthalle der Bundesrepublik Bonn 13 Mar-26 Jul

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