Expositions

La Fondation Jan Krugier se consacre au rayonnement de la collection de dessins en prêtant régulièrement des œuvres pour des expositions.

Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hongrie (27 octobre 2022 - 19 février 2023)

El Greco in Budapest

The Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest is organizing a large-scale retrospective exhibition dedicated to the great Spanish master, El Greco. The exhibition, curated by Dr. Leticia Ruiz Gómez, Head of the Department of Spanish Renaissance Painting at the Museo Nacional del Prado, will be the first large-scale show devoted to the painter in Hungary. Our aim is to offer Hungarian and international audiences a complete survey of the artistic production of Domenikos Theotokopoulos, El Greco (1541-1614), fully revealing the complexity of his early training and his significant stylistic development.

  • El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos) - Saint Jean Baptiste (i)
; Saint Jean l'Evangéliste (ii)

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The J. Paul Getty Museum, USA (15 février - 8 mai 2022)

Poussin and the Dance

Tambourines shake, wine spills, and half-naked figures whirl across the canvas in these paintings of revelry, dance and drama that are brought together in this first exhibition dedicated to Poussin and dance. Poussin’s paintings of dance are unique. He brings to life the Classical world of gods and mortals with wild and riotous movement but, the chaos on the canvas does not reflect the meticulous and inventive process that allowed him to capture bodies in motion. In this exhibition, Poussin’s paintings and drawings of dance will be shown alongside the antique sculpture he studied, inviting you to trace the evolution of his ideas from marble to paper to paint. Poussin’s working methods will be fully revealed with a reconstruction of his wax figurines, which the artist manipulated into different compositions, underscoring his role not only as painter of dance, but as choreographer in his own right. Exhibition organised by the National Gallery, London and the Getty Museum, Los Angeles.

  • Poussin Nicolas - Bacchus dansant et tenant deux torches

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Kunsthaus Zürich, Suisse (10 décembre 2021 - 6 mars 2022)

Le feu baroque – Dessins et estampes de Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione

Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione mérite assurément une place d’honneur au panthéon des dessinateurs italiens. Aucun autre artiste de l’époque baroque ne jette ses compositions sur le papier avec une facilité aussi stupéfiante. En même temps, c’est un pionnier de l’expérimentation dans le domaine de la gravure. La technique du monotype qu’il a mise au point a été reprise dès le 19e siècle par des artistes comme Edgar Degas ou Paul Gauguin. Le Kunsthaus Zürich consacre donc à ce virtuose du papier une rétrospective individuelle et le confronte notamment à Rembrandt, son grand modèle.

  • Castiglione Giovanni Benedetto - Deux Hommes préparant un campement

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The National Gallery, Londres, Royaume-Uni ( 9 octobre 2021 - 2 janvier 2022)

Poussin and the Dance

Tambourines shake, wine spills, and half-naked figures whirl across the canvas in these paintings of revelry, dance and drama that are brought together in this first exhibition dedicated to Poussin and dance. Poussin’s paintings of dance are unique. He brings to life the Classical world of gods and mortals with wild and riotous movement but, the chaos on the canvas does not reflect the meticulous and inventive process that allowed him to capture bodies in motion. In this exhibition, Poussin’s paintings and drawings of dance will be shown alongside the antique sculpture he studied, inviting you to trace the evolution of his ideas from marble to paper to paint. Poussin’s working methods will be fully revealed with a reconstruction of his wax figurines, which the artist manipulated into different compositions, underscoring his role not only as painter of dance, but as choreographer in his own right. Exhibition organised by the National Gallery, London and the Getty Museum, Los Angeles.

  • Poussin Nicolas - Bacchus dansant et tenant deux torches

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Paris, Le Grand Palais (14 octobre 2019 - 10 février 2020)

El Greco

Le point commun entre Cézanne, Francis Bacon, Chagall et Giacometti? L’inspiration que leur a insufflée Le Greco, peintre crétois établi en Italie puis en Espagne, considéré comme le fondateur de l'École espagnole du XVIe siècle, bien avant Vélasquez.

  • El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos) - Saint Jean Baptiste (i)
; Saint Jean l'Evangéliste (ii)

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