M.C. Escher

Exhibitions History

Escher’s works have been exhibited in many occasions throughout the years. His peculiar vision of the world and art, his perspective, his imagination and his masterful touch, have raised the interest of many people around the world.

We highlight the most important exhibitions of the last 15 years:

2011
The Magical World of M.C. Escher. The Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, Florida (USA)

2010
M.C. Escher: Impossible Reality.
New Britain Museum of American Art, Nueva Inglaterra, Connecticut (USA)


2007

M.C.Escher: El Arte de lo imposible. Sala Arte Canal, Canal Isabel II, Madrid (Spain)
M.C. Escher: Rhythm of Illusion. San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California (USA)

2006
M.C. Escher: Rhythm of Illusion. Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento (USA)

L’Abruzzo di M.C. Escher 1928-1935: lo sguardo del viaggiatore. Comune di Pescara, Pescara (Italy)

2004
Nell’occhio di Escher. Museo Capitolini, Roma (Italia)
Escher: la vida de las formas. Fundación “laCaixa”, Girona, Vic and Tarragona (Spain)

2003
M. C. Escher at the Hermitage. State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg (Russia)

1998
To celebrate the centenary of M.C.Escher's birthday, several commemorative exhibitions were held in museums worldwide: USA, Brazil, Mexico, Czech Republic, Hong Kong, Britain, China, Greece, Italy, Argentina, Canada, Netherlands and Peru. The first and most important was the one organized by the National Gallery of Art in Washington, which reached 300,000 visitors in 6 months.

M.C. Escher: A Centennial Tribute. National Gallery of Art, Washington,  (USA)
M.C. Escher: A Centennial Tribute. Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia (USA)
M.C. Escher. Museo de Arte de Lima, Lima (Peru)

1996
C. Escher: Landscapes to Mindscapes / M. C. Escher: Le paysage en métamorphos. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (Canada)

COLLECTIONS

M. C. Escher: Life and work. National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, (USA)
Escher in Het Paleis. ­The Hague (the Nedherlands)


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