Masterworks Exhibition: Paintings by Bacon, Braque, Dalí, Degas, Ernst, Kandinsky, Matisse, Miró, Modigliani, Monet, Picasso, Renoir, Seurat, Twombly, and Others

The exhibition includes up to 100 works.

Pablo Picasso: Paintings from 1905 to 1972

Exhibition includes up to 26 works and may be grouped according to series (e.g. paintings inspired by Manet’s Le déjeuner sur l’herbe, etc.)

Joan Miró: Paintings and Sculptures from 1916 to 1978

Exhibition includes up to 60 works if borrower wishes to delve into full breadth of artist’s career.

Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró: Paintings from the 1920s and 1930s

The exhibition includes 30-40 paintings.

Giorgio de Chirico: Important Paintings

This exhibition can be a full retrospective featuring 50-60 paintings or a presentation of 10-15 important early works.

Henri Matisse: Paintings from 1918 to 1947

The exhibition includes 20 paintings. It can be supplemented with 3 sculptures.

Surrealism: Dali, Miró, Picasso, and Tanguy

The exhibition includes up to 40 works.

Fernand Léger: Major Paintings

The exhibition includes up to 30 paintings.

Henri Matisse Prints

A comprehensive exhibition of more than 120 Matisse prints from one of the world’s most important collections. It is currently on view in Gyeong-ju, South Korea, and has previously been exhibited in Seoul and Busan.

Abstraction in Motion

This show traces the tension in 20th century western art between abstraction and figuration with 75-100 works reflecting the interaction of these opposing art styles by both American and European masters such as Braque, Picasso, Stella, Motherwell, Rauschenberg, Hodgkin, Francis, Hockney, and Wesselmann.

Georges Braque – “Still Lives”

Widely known as the inventor of Cubism, with Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque spent most of his career as an artist painting still lives. This expansive show, the first of its kind, brings together a broad selection of the artist’s little known still life paintings from throughout his lifetime.

Robert Motherwell

Survey of the artist’s career, including approximately 40 paintings, 30 collages, and 40 works on paper.

Norman Rockwell's Christmas: Works from the Hallmark Art Collection

Approximately 50 works relating to Christmas.

Creative Partnerships from the Hallmark Art Collection

Includes works by Norman Rockwell, Grandma Moses, Saul Steinberg, Salvador Dali, and Winston Churchill.

Andres Valencia: Painting Prodigy

A comprehensive exhibition of the preteen virtuoso who has captured the attention of art collectors and the press. During Art Miami, 2021, he was featured on Good Morning America and many other significant news outlets globally. He has recently been profiled in The New York Times, Forbes, The Times, NPR, Artnet News, Robb Report, Smithsonian Magazine, and many other international publications.

Contemporary Art Masters: From Warhol and Christo to Koons, Gilbert & George and Kiefer

This survey exhibition is derived from the collection of the legendary art dealer Ileana Sonnabend, wife of Leo Castelli, who together shaped post-war art in Europe and America. A portion of the collection went to The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Masterworks from the collection are now available to tour internationally.
Artists include: Warhol, Koons, Christo, Gilbert & George, Nauman, Kiefer, Judd, Sugimoto, Halley, Arman, Fischli & Weiss, Boltanski, Kounellis, Bert and Hilla Becher, Hofer, Esser, McCracken, Pistoletto, Baldessari, and Acconci.

A version of the exhibition was most recently on view at the Remai Modern in Canada. 
Show is customizable with between 20-30 artists and 50-100 works.

Pop Art and Its Legacy

This exhibition traces the birth and development of Pop Art in America in the 1950s and 1960s through today with the work of 20 to 30 artists beginning with Andy Warhol and ending with Jeff Koons.

Artists include: Warhol, Johns, Rauschenberg, Wesselman, Rosenquist, Oldenburg, Dine, Segal, Lichtenstein, Gilbert & George, Arman, McCracken, Halley, Koons, Bickerton, Morris, Wegman, Chamberlin, Pistoletto, Manzoni, Webb, Merz, Bell, and Anselmo.
Show is customizable with between 20-30 artists and 50-100 works.

Gilbert & George Survey

A survey of the career of Gilbert & George, focussing on their early developments in conceptual art in the 1970s, with almost 100 works by them, including drawings, well known self portrait photographs, and postcards, along with some related contextual material by other early conceptual artists who influenced them, such as John Baldessari and Bert and Hilla Becher.

Pop Masters: Haring, Warhol, Basquiat, and Others

Approximately 50 works. On view at Home of the Arts (HOTA) in Australia until June 4, 2023

From Today, Painting is Dead: Early Photography in Britain and France

This exhibition of the pioneers of photography from a major private collection includes approximately 250 photographs from the 1840s through the 1880s. The show was presented at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. It is divided into categories such as “landscape,” “portrait” and “still life.” It is one of the most comprehensive collections of vintage photography in the United States.

Jean-Michel Basquiat

This exhibition of approximately 80 works was on view at the Lotte Museum of Art in Seoul, Korea until February of 2021. It was shown at the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil in 2018, and at Museo delle Culture in Milan and Chiostro del Bramante in Rome from 2016-2017.

Andy Warhol

Approximately 250 works.

Portraits by Andy Warhol

Approximately 65 works. An earlier version of this show travelled to Las Vegas.

Andy Warhol "Children's Paintings"

Approximately 100 works.

Tom Wesselmann

50-60 works. Includes pieces from his Still Life series, Great American Nude series, and Bedroom Painting series.

Picasso ceramics and sculptures

This exhibition includes more than 60 unique ceramics and sculptures.

Sculptures by Jeff Koons

Exhibited in 2020 at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

Damien Hirst

The exhibition includes paintings and installations.