Gold of Nimrud

In 1989 one of the world’s most astounding archaeological discoveries was made – intact royal tombs in the ruins of an Assyrian palace over 2,500 years old. Excavators opening the tombs found unbelievable quantities of highly crafted gold jewellery still on the bodies of the Queens of one of the wealthiest and most powerful empires […]

Quest for Treasures: Searching for Lost Empires

The Quest for Treasures Exhibition brought together for the first time outstanding treasures collected by European explorers who went to dangerous and little known lands in Africa, South America, and the Middle East during the colonial period.  Visitors to the exhibition encountered not only these rare cultural artefacts, but also discovered what it was like […]

The Greatest Fairy Tale: Hans Christian Andersen

The Greatest Fairy Tale: The Amazing Life and Story of Hans Christian Andersen transported visitors into a fairy tale world to experience the work, life, and times of one of the greatest story tellers the world has known.  The exhibition blended highly interactive and audio-visual exhibits with original objects to reveal how the true events […]

Holography: Ultimate 3D

Ultimate 3D: The Wonder of Holography relates back to the early work of United Exhibits group where it arranged some of the first significant exhibitions of holographic images.  This most recent exhibition assembles the largest collection of holographic images ever to tour into an extraordinary exhibition from, among others, countries like the USA, UK, France, […]

Dali Mind of a Genius

The Dali Exhibitions provided audiences with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of surrealism through its greatest and most notorious practitioner, Salvador Dali.  The exhibition presented a fantastic and unrivalled range of Dali’s imaginative and flamboyant works including illustrations, large and small scale sculpture, jewellery, and furniture.  Highlights included a reconstruction of the […]

Klimt in Korea

The exhibition, Klimt in Korea, which was organised by UEG’s art wing – ARTEG – in partnership with the Belvedere Museum, was a ground-breaking exhibition being the first large-scale exhibition of Klimt works in Asia which set records for an art exhibition in the country.  There has not been an equivalent exhibition of genuine Klimt […]

Pierre Auguste Renoir: A Life for Painting

This first Retrospective Renoir exhibition to be shown in China featured artworks from 14 lenders in Europe and North America.  The exhibition also displayed in conjunction artistic photographic works on the theme of olive trees related to the paintings of Pierre Auguste Renoir by Jacques Renoir, the great grandson of the artist. Highlights of the […]

Degas and the Dancers: Bodies in Motion

At the core of the Degas and the Dancers: Bodies in Motion Exhibition, is the outstanding collection of works by Edgar Degas in the collection of the National Museum in Belgrade.  The Exhibition marked the first time the works were exhibited together as a collection and previously individually many had rarely been seen outside of […]

Dawn of the Human Spirit

Dawn of the Human Spirit brought seven of the world’s most significant and visually breath-taking prehistoric rock art sites together into a museum setting using state-of-the-art media technology (Chauvet & Lascaux, France; Alta, Norway; Huashan, China; Kakadu, Australia; Great Gallery, USA; and Game Pass, South Africa).  It presented the latest scientific interpretation and artistic understanding […]

Blasts from the Past

Over the past 35 years, UEG has been creating and presenting a wide range of exciting exhibitions.  The early days featured exhibitions presented at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen featuring Holography.  UEG was the first to organise a touring exhibition of animatronic dinosaurs in Europe, which premiered at Tivoli Gardens and then went on in several […]