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 […]

Loving Vincent

The Loving Vincent Exhibition tells the remarkable story of the production of the world’s first full length fully painted animated film – the Academy Award nominated and critically acclaimed, Loving Vincent. Created with the expertise of the team at BreakThru Productions, who made the film, the Loving Vincent Exhibition allows visitors the unique opportunity to […]