Maynard Dixon
Brigham Young University
Pasadena Museum of California Art
June 1-Aug. 12, 2007
Ca. 90 works by the early 20th-century Western painter Maynard Dixon
Curator: Donald J. Hagerty

Keith Haring
Untitled (Elephant)
Andy Warhol Museum
Andy Warhol Museum
June 1-Sept. 2, 2007
Spiritual works by Haring, including Andy Mouse, 10 versions of Apocalypse, Prophets of Rage, The Blueprint Drawings, Totem and several untitled pieces, including the sculpture Untitled (Elephant)
Also on view: "Lou Reed: New York," June 1-Sept. 2, 2007; "Carryin’ On," June 16-Sept. 2, 2007

Philip-Lorca DiCorcia
from "Street Work"
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
June 1-Sept. 3, 2007
100+ prints from the late 1970s to today, from early interior tableaux to DiCorcia’s series "Hustlers," "Streetwork" and "A Storybook Life"
Curator: Bennett Simpson
Catalogue: $40, 128 pp.
Also on view: "Art on the Harbor Islands," June 23-Oct. 8, 2007

Rembrandt van Rijn
Self-portrait as the Apostle Paul
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Portland (Ore.) Art Museum
June 2-Sept. 16, 2007
90 examples of Dutch 17th-century paintings, prints, sculptures, as well as fine selection of ceramic, glass and silver showpieces, including Rembrandt’s Self-portrait as the Apostle Paul, his portrait of his wife, Saskia van Uylenburgh, and Frans Hals’ portrait of Nicolaes Hasselaer
Curator: Penelope Hunter-Stiebel
Catalogue: $29.95, 144 pp.
Tour: This show has already appeared at the Dayton Art Institute and the Phoenix Art Museum

Richard Diebenkorn
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, N.M.
June 2-Sept. 9, 2007
50+ paintings and works on paper, focusing on works created during Diebenkorn’s studies at the University of New Mexico
Curators: Charles Lovell, Charles Strong
Catalogue: 168 pp.
Funding: Thaw Charitable Trust
Tour: San Jose Museum of Art, Oct. 15, 2007-Jan. 6, 2008; Grey Art Gallery, New York, Jan. 24-Apr. 15, 2008

Richard Serra
To Lift
Photo by Peter Moore
Museum of Modern Art
June 3-Sept. 10, 2007
27 works, from Serra’s early experiments with rubber, neon and lead to monumental pieces, along with three new sculptures, Band (2006), Sequence ( 2006) and Torqued Torus Inversion (2006)
Curators: Kynaston McShine, Lynne Cooke
Catalogue: $75, 500 pp.
Funding: LVMH / Moët Hennessy, Louis Vuitton, Agnes Gund, Daniel Shapiro, Mimi and Peter Haas Fund, others
Also on view: "Lines, Grids, Stains, Words," June 13-Oct. 22, 2007; "Re-picturing the Past/Picturing the Present," June 16-Nov. 5, 2007; "Automatic Update," June 27-Sept. 10, 2007; "Young Architects Program 2007," June 27-Sept. 8, 2007

Rendering of the new Parrish Art Museum, view from Montauk Highway
Parrish Art Museum
June 3-Aug. 5, 2007
130 small- and large-scale models, showing the architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron’s design concept for the revamped Parrish
Curator: Alicia Longwell
Funding: Peter Jay Sharp Foundation, others
Also on view: "Fairfield Porter: Inside and Outside the Artist’s Studio," June 3-Aug. 5, 2007; "The Studio in Miniature: Joe Fig," June 3-Aug. 5, 2007

Edouard Manet
A Bar at the Folies-Bergère
Courtauld Institute of Art Galleries, London
Getty Center
June 5-Sept. 9, 2007
Manet’s famous painting, on loan from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London
Also on view: "Defining Modernity: European Drawings, 1800–1900," June 5–Sept. 9, 2007

Zeruah H. Guernsey Caswell
Embroidered Carpet
Metropolitan Museum of Art
American Folk Art Museum
June 5-Sept. 9, 2007
65 rugs from the end of the 18th century through the mid-20th century, including the 13-foot Appliquéd Carpet (ca. 1860) and Zeruah H. Guernsey Caswell’s Embroidered Carpet (1832-35) from the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Curator: Lee Kogan
Funding: Gerard C. Wertkin Exhibition Fund, Leir Charitable Foundations

Jackson Pollock
The Deep
Centre Georges Pompidou
Menil Collection
June 8-Sept. 16, 2007
Bringing together 45 artworks donated by the de Menils to museums in Europe and America, including pieces by Lee Bontecou, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Max Ernst, René Magritte, Claes Oldenburg, Jackson Pollock, Man Ray, Larry Rivers, Mark Rothko, Jean Tinguely, Andy Warhol and Wols, as well as selections of African, Oceanic and Pre-Columbian art
Curator: Franklin Sirmans
Catalogue: $40, 120 pp.
Funding: Brown Foundation, Inc., Hermès, Elkins Foundation, Fayez Sarofim, Schlumberger, others

Justus of Ghent/Pedro Berruguete
Double Portrait of Federico da Montefeltro and his son Guidobaldo
Galleria Nazionale della Marche, Urbino
Morgan Library & Museum
June 8-Sept. 30, 2007
Recreation of the library of Renaissance patron Federico da Montefeltro (1422-1482), including a large double portrait, an eagle-shaped lectern and several illuminated codices
Curator: Marcello Simonetta, William M. Voelkle
Catalogue: contribution by Jonathan J. G. Alexander
Also on view: "Tales and Travels: Drawings Recently Acquired on the Sunny Crawford von Bülow Fund," June 29-Sept. 23, 2007

David Rokeby
Taken (installation view)
Whitney Museum of American Art
June 8-Sept. 9, 2007
Two art installations explore surveillance: SVEN -- Surveillance Video Entertainment Network (2005-present) by Amy Alexander, Wojciech Kosma, Vincent Rabaud, Jesse Gilbert and Nikhil Rasiwasia, and Taken (2002) by David Rokeby
Curator: Christiane Paul
Also on view: "Rudolf Stingel," June 28-Oct. 14, 2007

Brett Weston
High Sierra
ca. 1970
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
June 9-Sept. 3, 2007
50+ photographs spanning the career of Brett Weston (1911-1993), son of Edward
Curator: Anne Wilkes Tucker

Henri Matisse
Reclining Nude I (Aurore)
ca. 1907-1908
Baltimore Museum of Art
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
June 9-Sept. 16, 2007
150+ sculptures, paintings and drawings, as well as photographs of the artist at work, shown alongside works by Alexander Archipenko, Constantin Brancusi, Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Alberto Giacometti, Pablo Picasso and Auguste Rodin
Curator: Dorothy Kosinski
Catalogue: $60, 312 pp.
Funding: Bank of America
Tour: This show has already appeared at the Dallas Museum of Art/Nasher Sculpture Center; it continues to the Baltimore Museum of Art, Oct. 28, 2007-Feb. 3, 2008
Also on view: "Project, Transform, Erase: Anthony McCall and Imi Knoebel," June 9-Sept. 30, 2007; "New Work: Felix Schramm," June 29-Sept. 30, 2007

Camille Pissarro
La Route de versailles a Louveciennes (effet de neige)
Walters Art Gallery
Milwaukee Art Museum
June 9-Sept. 9, 2007
Ca. 50 paintings, tracking Pissarro’s development from his Salon compositions of the 1860s to his entries for the first Impressionist exhibition in 1874
Curator: Katy Rothkopf
Catalogue: $45, 224 pp.
Funding: Wisconsin Energy Corporation, M&I Foundation, others
Tour: This show has already appeared at the Baltimore Museum of Art; it continues to the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 7, 2007-Jan. 6, 2008

Seher Shah
Interior courtyard 1, from the series "Jihad Pop Progression 4"
Courtesy of the artist and Bose Pacia Gallery
Queens Museum of Art
June 10-Dec. 2, 2007
Work by artists who came to the United States as adolescents, including Ellen Harvey, Pablo Helguera, Emily Jacir, Lee Mingwei, Shirin Neshat, Seher Shah, Rirkrit Tiravanija and Nari Ward
Curators: Tom Finkelpearl, Valerie Smith
Catalogue: interactive website project [], launching June 10, 2007
Funding: Crystal Windows and Door Systems, Ltd., Lily Auchincloss Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts, Taiwan Cultural Center

Karel Kašpařík
before 1935
Moravská galerie
National Gallery of Art
June 10-Sept. 3, 2007
Ca. 150 photographs, books and illustrated magazines by figures including Károly Escher, Trude Fleischmann, Hannah Höch, László Moholy-Nagy, Kazimierz Podsadecki and Karel Teige
Curator: Matthew S. Witkovsky
Catalogue: $60 cloth, $45 paper, 310 pp.
Funding: Central Bank of Hungary, Trellis Fund, Trust for Mutual Understanding, Marlene Nathan Meyerson Family Foundation, Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, Inc.
Tour: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Oct. 5, 2007-Jan. 2, 2008; Milwaukee Art Museum, Feb. 9-May 4, 2008; Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, June 7-Aug. 31, 2008

Gravestone of Polycasta
Greek, made in Chersonesos, 3rd century B.C.
State Hermitage Museum
Getty Villa, Malibu
June 14-Sept. 3, 2007
Ca. 190 objects loaned from the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, spotlighting the intermingling of classical Greek culture with the culture of the nomadic tribes of the Southern Russian Steppes
Curators: Janet Grossman, Anna Trofimova
Catalogue: $65, 384 pp.
Funding: Merrill Lynch

Interior perspective of Dré Wapenaar’s Courtyard C Pavilion
June 15-ongoing
Dutch artist and designer Dré Wapenaar produces a multi-colored pavilion as part of MASS MoCA’s collaboration with the summer Dutch arts festival "NL: A Season of Dutch Arts in the Berkshires"
Funding: Netherlands Culture Fund through SICA, Fund for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture, Mondriaan Foundation
Also on view: "Fransje Killaars," June 15, 2007-ongoing; "Stephan Koplowitz: Revealed," June 2-20, 2007

Gifford Beal
On the Hudson at Newburgh
Phillips Collection
Phillips Collection
June 16-Sept. 16, 2007
65+ paintings by Childe Hassam, Ernest Lawson, Maurice Prendergast, Theodore Robinson, Robert Spencer, Augustus Vincent Tack, John Henry Twachtman, Julian Alden Weir, others
Curator: Susan Behrends Frank
Catalogue: 192 pp.
Funding: National Endowment for the Arts, Phillips Contemporaries, Lockheed Martin
Tour: Dixon Gallery & Gardens, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 28, 2007-Jan. 6, 2008; Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, Apr. 12-June 15, 2008; Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Ala., July 4-Oct. 19, 2008; Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Nov. 6, 2008-Jan. 18, 2009; Society of the Fours Arts, Palm Beach, Fla., March 13-Apr. 26, 2009; Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, N.M., June-early Sept. 2009

Pablo Picasso
Harlequin with a Mirror
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Tex.
June 17-Sept. 16, 2007
Exploring trends in European portraiture, via works by Bacon, Beckmann, Cézanne, Dubuffet, Kokoschka, Matisse, Modigliani, Picasso, van Gogh, others
Curators: Paloma Alarcó, Malcolm Warner
Catalogue: $75, 352 pp.
Tour: This show has already appeared at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid

Chen Chieh-Jen
Lingchi -- Echoes of a Historical Photograph
Asia Society
June 19-Aug. 5, 2007
Taiwanese video artist Chen Chieh-Jen’s meditations on politics and history: Lingchi -- Echoes of a Historical Photograph (2002), Factory (2003), Bade Area (2005), On Going (2006) and The Route (2006)
Curator: Miwako Tezuka
Funding: Council for Cultural Affairs, Taiwan and Taipei Cultural Center, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, New York, others

Los Super Elegantes
still from Nothing Really Matters
Courtesy the artists and Blow de la Barra
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
June 23-Sept. 2, 2007
Site-specific works, performative and ephemeral projects, videos and photographs by Maria Alós, Carlos Amorales, Julieta Aranda, Gustavo Artigas, Stefan Bruggemann, Miguel Calderon, Fernando Carabajal, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Mario Garcia-Torres, Daniel Guzman, Pablo Helguera, Gabriel Kuri, Dr. Lakra, Los Super Elegantes, Nuevos Ricos, Yoshua Okon, Damian Ortega, Fernando Ortega, Pedro Reyes, Fernando Romer, others
Curator: Julie Rodrigues Widholm
Catalogue: $39.95, 224 pp.
Funding: Harris Family Foundation, others

Hans Schabus
Stills from East, West, South, North
SITE Santa Fe
Site Santa Fe
June 23-Sept. 16, 2007
A new, 15,000-square-foot installation, featuring videos, sculptures, drawings and a variety of found objects, by Austrian artist Hans Schabus
Curator: Laura Heon
Catalogue: contribution by Laura Heon, others
Funding: Austrian Cultural Forum New York, New Mexico Arts, National Endowment for the Arts

Maria Marshall
President Bill Clinton, Memphis January 13, 1993
Courtesy of Team Gallery
Henry Art Gallery, Seattle
June 23-Sept. 23, 2007
Video installations and sculptures by Doug Aitken, Jim Campbell, Stephen Dean, Ann Hamilton, Gary Hill, Zoe Leonard, Maria Marshall, Bjørn Melhus and Tracey Moffatt
Curator: Elizabeth Brown
Funding: Patrons of the Henry Art Gallery
Also on view: "General Idea Editions 1967-1995," June 2-Aug. 5, 2007

Rick Griffin
Pacific Vibrations, original art for poster
Collection of Jay Gould
Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, Ca.
June 24-Sept. 30, 2007
140 paintings, drawings, posters, album covers and artifacts by Rick Griffin (1944-1991), exploring his impact on the surf, rock and born-again Christian movements
Curators: Greg Escalante, Doug Harvey
Catalogue: 134 pp.

Mary Judge
The Segmented Form no.102
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
June 24-Sept. 3, 2007
An installation incorporating a large-scale cast concrete sculpture sited in the Museum’s inner courtyard and a wall drawing in the adjacent corridor gallery
Also on view: "Neil Jenney: North America," June 24-Sept. 3, 2007; "Michael Somoroff: Illumination I," June 24-Oct. 14, 2007; "Norm Magnusson: On This Site Stood," June 24-Aug. 12, 2007

Claude Monet
Étretat, the Needle Rock and Porte d’Aval
ca. 1885
Private collectio
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass.
June 24-Sept. 16, 2007
Over 20 pastels, three dozen drawings, four sketchbooks, 20 prints and 14 oil paintings, in an exhibition that explores Monet’s process of drafting images
Curators: James A. Ganz, Richard Kendall
Catalogue: $65, 328 pp.
Funding: Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, Bank of America
Tour: This show has already appeared at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, Mar. 17-June 10, 2007
Also on view: "Dutch Dialogues," June 3-Sept. 3, 2007

William Ranney
Advice on the Prairie
Buffalo Bill Historical Center
Philadelphia Museum of Art
June 26-Aug. 19, 2007
60 paintings and drawings by William Ranney (1813–1857), known for his popular Western scenes
Curators: Sarah E. Boehme, Kathleen Foster, Audrey Lewis
Tour: This show has already appeared at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wy., the Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Ken., and the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Tex.
Also on view: "Tibetan Ritual Arts," June 2-Nov. 30, 2007

Liquid Sky by Ball-Nogues, the winning entry for P.S.1’s 2007 Young Architects Program
Museum of Modern Art
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
June 27-ongoing
For summer, P.S.1 presents an immersive, kaleidoscopic pavilion for its courtyard, featuring tinted Mylar petals that resemble blossoming flowers, designed by the L.A. architectural firm of Ball-Nogues
Funding: Bloomberg, others

Florian Maier-Aichen
Chamonix–Rue Nationale et le Mont Blanc
Courtesy of the artist and Blum & Poe
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
June 28-Sept. 30, 2007
The digitally manipulated landscape photography of German-born, California-based photographer Florian Maier-Aichen
Curator: Rebecca Morse
Catalogue: $24.95, 64 pp.
Funding: Nimoy Fund for New and Emerging Artists, Fran and Ray Stark Foundation Fund to Support the Work of Emerging Artists, Katherine S. Marmor Award, Max Yavno Fund, others

Adirondack Chair
ca. 1870-1920
Museum of Arts and Design
June 28-Oct. 28, 2007
350 miniature chairs collected from around the world, including pieces by Ron Arad, Robert Ebendorf and Cheryl Riley
Also on view: "Inspired by China: Contemporary Furnituremakers Explore Chinese Traditions," June 28-Oct. 28, 2007