Visionaries: Creating a Modern GuggenheimFeb 10 – Sep 6, 2017
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 5th Ave, New York, NY 10128, USA
Guggenheim Foundation Celebrates 80 Years of Innovation with Presentation of More Than 170 Modern Works by Nearly 70 Artists, from Camille Pissarro to Jackson Pollock Exhibition Explores History of Avant-Garde through Museum Founder and Patrons Who Shaped the Guggenheim Permanent Collection
Maven of Modernism: Galka Scheyer in California7nd April 2017 - 25th September 2017
Norton Simon Museum, 411 W Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91105, USA
Maven of Modernism presents exceptional examples from Scheyer’s personal collection by the Blue Four artists, as well as works by artists including Alexander Archipenko, László Moholy-Nagy, Pablo Picasso and Diego Rivera, which was given to the Pasadena Art Institute in the early 1950s.
Malevich, Kandinsky and revolutionary porcelain22nd April 2017 - 8th October 2017
Spielzeug Welten Museum Basel. Steinenvorstadt 1, CH - 4051 Basel
In this unique special exhibition, over 300 select porcelain pieces from the finest private collection are displayed publicly for the very first time. On display are creations from 64 avant-garde artists such as Kazimir Malevich, Vasily Kandinsky, and Nikolai Suetin, to name some of the most prominent ones. The exhibit is rounded out with drawings and designs from these renowned masters as well as David Yakerson.
REVOLUTIJA. From Chagall to Malevich, from Repin to KandinskyDec 12 – May 13, 2018
Museo D'Arte Moderna di Bologna, Bologna, Metropolitan City of Bologna, Italy
Over 70 artworks – outstanding masterpieces from the State Russian Museum of St. Petersburg display the developing styles and the dynamics of development of artists such as Nathan Altman, Natalia Goncharova, Kazimir Malevich, Wassily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall, Valentin Serov and Alexandr Rodchenko among the others, showing the extraordinary modernity of Russian cultural movements at the beginning of twentieth century: from Primitivism to Cubo-futurism, up to Suprematism, at the same time building a chronological parallel between figurative Expressionism and pure Abstractionism.