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January 12th, 2009
Advanced Exhibition Schedule through Summer 2010

Editors Please Note

• The Philadelphia Museum of Art will be the only venue in the world for Cézanne and Beyond (February 26 – May 17, 2009). Through work by Cézanne and 18 artists of later generations, it surveys the impact and influence of the French painter whom Picasso described as “The father of us all.”

• The Museum is also organizing the exhibition that will represent the United States at the 53rd Venice Biennale (June 7-November 22, 2009). Bruce Nauman: Topological Gardens will be one of the most ambitious presentations of his work to date and will explore a wide range of themes that reappear in the practice of this highly innovative artist.

• The entire Museum will be open on holiday Mondays, including Martin Luther King Jr. Day (January 19), Presidents Day (February 16), Memorial Day (May 25), Labor Day (September 7) and Columbus Day (October 12).

New and Upcoming Exhibitions

  • Grand Scale: Monumental Prints in the Age of Dürer and Titian
    January 31 – April 26, 2009
  • Cézanne and Beyond
    February 26 – May 17, 2009
  • Daido Moriyama: Tokyo Photographs
    February 28 – June 2009
  • Shopping in Paris
    Spring 2009
  • Stories and Images in East Asian Art
    March 10 – October 2009
  • Bruce Nauman: Topological Gardens
    June – November 22, 2009
  • Spectacle
    July – September 2009
  • Marcel Duchamp: Étant Donnés
    August 15, 2009 – October 2009
  • Adventures in Modern Art: The Charles K. Williams II Collection
    July – September 2009
  • Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective
    October 2009 – January 2010
  • Kantha: Embroidered Quilts of Bangladesh and Eastern India from the Bonovitz and Kramrisch Collections
    December 2009 – March 2010
  • Renoir: The Late Work, 1892-1919 (working title)
    Summer 2010

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