Art breaks worldwide

By Claire Wrathall, Evening Standard

Last updated at 17:39 16 April 2003

First chance to see...

Chagall Known and Unknown, his first major retrospective for 34 years, now on in Paris. More than half the 180 paintings come from private collections, many previously unseen in public: Grand Palais (Tel: 00 331 4413 1717, Ends 23 June.

One of the founders of abstraction and a contemporary of Kandinsky, Russian painter Kazimir Malevich is the subject of the Guggenheim's latest major retrospective. Early birds can get a preview in Berlin: Deutsche Guggenheim (Tel: 00 49 30 20 20 930, Ends 27 April.

Second chance to see...

After the National Gallery's Vermeer and the Delft School, see nine of the master's 35 exquisite interiors in Spain, alongside work by contemporaries: Prado (Tel: 00 34 91 3302800,, Madrid. Ends 18 May.

Last chance to see...

Anyone who missed the Tate's monster Matisse-Picasso show last year can catch it in New York at the Museum of Modern Art's temporary home in Queens: MOMA QNS (Tel: 001 212 708 9400, Ends 19 May.

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