For an expanded and constantly updated list, go to our website: www.arplus.com/exhibitions
Until 13 May 2005
Major show of late works by Chagall illustrating Old Testament myths in epic depth and detail.
3 X PEICHL & PARTNER
Until 21 January 2005
Aedes East, Berlin
Recent projects by maverick Viennese architect Gustav Peichl, best known for his iconoclastic ORF Studios.
Until 30 January 2005
Fondation Beyeler, Basel
Exploring the dialogue between architecture and sculpture from the eighteenth century to today, from Josef Albers to Peter Zumthor.
Until 4 March 2005
Royal Institute of British Architects, London Lose yourself in a sumptuous maelstrom of young talent. This year's ar+d winners provide a feast for the senses.
ROBERT FRANK: STORYLINES
Until 23 January 2005
Tate Modern, London
Heavyweight retrospective of the venerable Swiss snapper who challenged the boundaries between the still and moving image and hung out with the Rolling Stones.
YOSHIO TANIGUCHI: NINE MUSEUMS
Until 31 January 2005
The Museum of Modern Art, New York To coincide with MoMA's grand re-opening, Taniguchi gets his own show featuring nine museums spanning 25 years of practice.
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