When lawyers go on vacation, they likely avoid courthouses. When teachers take a holiday, they don’t tour the local schools. But when museum folks go globe-trotting, well, we just can’t help ourselves. And it was just that inescapable magnetism of an art-filled gallery that caused a serendipitous and delightful run-in, in Paris, between two vacationing Brookes (Brooke Horne of the director’s office and Brooke Rosenblatt of the education department) at the Centre Pompidou last week. Mere footsteps away, another traveling Phillips resident, Matisse’s Interior with Egyptian Curtain (1948), was also there on loan as part of their exhibition, Matisse: Pairs and Sets, which closed on Monday.
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Cézanne Paris-Provence in Tokyo
One of our Paul Cézanne paintings, Mont Sainte-Victoire (1886 – 1887), will be on loan to the National Art Center, Tokyo from March 28 to June 11, 2012. The organizers are using the image of our masterpiece to promote the exhibition.