The Multimedia Complex of Actual Arts in Moscow (ex House of Photography) will be hosting the famous Chaplin exhibition, Chaplin in Pictures, from 29 November 2012 until 17 February 2013. http://www.mamm-mdf.ru/en/exhibitions/chaplin-in-pictures/
If you want to see the original Tramp costume, it is currently on display with many other Hollywood film costumes at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London until 27 January 2013. See the V&A website for details.
If you can’t make it to London, you can still check out the V&A’s iphone/ipad app, available on itunes.
Two of Chaplin’s films, A Woman of Paris and Monsieur Verdoux are part of the exhibition Paris vu par Hollywood at the Hôtel de Ville in Paris until 15 December 2012. Free entrance. http://www.paris.fr/hollywood
If you happen to be in Madrid between now and 5 January 2013, stop by the Fundación Canal to see 20 photographs of Chaplin in the exhibition, Mitografías - Mitos en la Intimidad. The exhibition aims to provide an original, close and personal vision of some of the 20th century’s most outstanding individuals through a collection of about 250 intimate, private, personal and family images largely unseen before by the general public.
The other nine personalities in the exhibition are Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Winston Churchill, Mahatma Gandhi, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Camilo José Cela, Ernest Hemingway and María Callas. Free entrance. See the Fundación Canal’s website for further details.
A clip from Limelight is currently featured in the exhibition, Music and Action at the Centro José Guerrero in Granada, Spain. The exhibition will run until 13 January 2012. http://www.fundacioncanal.com/6368/ficha-mitografias/?par=exposiciones
From 26 October 2012 until 20 January 2013, the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern, Switzerland is hosting an exhibition called, The Angels of Klee. Klee’s works are surrounded by twelve video and photography installations by artists from the 1920’s up to the present, including a sequence of the film The Kid by Charlie Chaplin. See the Zentrum Paul Klee’s website for further details.