In her current exhibition „Between the Worlds“ at the Galerie am Domhof in Zwickau from 08.05. to 10.07.2022, the artist shows the entire breadth of her artistic formal language, also inspired by scholarship stays in Virginia and Ohio (USA), among others, at the Künstlerbahnhof Ebernburg (Palatinate)
An art exhibition is the space and time where works and objects of art meet an audience.
Etymology of the word exhibition (n.) early 14c., „action of displaying,“ from Old French exhibicion, exibicion „show, exhibition, display,“ from Late Latin exhibitionem(nominative exhibitio), noun of action from past-participle stem of Latin exhibere „to show, display, present,“ literally „hold out, hold forth,“ from ex „out“ (see ex-) + habere „to hold“ (from PIE root *ghabh- „to give or receive“). Also from early 15c. as „sustenance, food, source of support.“ Meaning „that which is exhibited“ is from 1786.
An exhibition may present paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, etc. by artists or groups of artists or collections of a specific art form. The works may be exhibited in specialized institutions (museums, art centers), private galleries, or other locations with particular significance.
An important distinction is made between exhibitions where works are for sale (gallery) and those where they are not. There are several types of exhibitions: Retrospective, Group exhibition, Theme exhibition, Temporary, etc. Nowadays, artists use social networks a lot but this is not enough, exhibitions allow them to be considered as a serious artist by giving them a real status as an artist.
A pioneer in the rediscovery of this artistic movement, the Royal Monastery of Brou presents until 26 June the exhibition „Amour, Guerre & Beauté (Love, War & Beauty)“, which explores for the first time the way in which the sovereigns of the former Burgundian Netherlands
The practice of art exhibitions dates back to at least 1673, when the French royal art patronage institution, the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture (a subsidiary of the Academy of Fine Arts) organized the first semi-public exhibition of works of art at the Salon Carré. This was the beginning of a special type of regular exhibition for which any artist could submit works for display. This type of exhibition became important and often controversial in the 19th and 20th centuries. It is, therefore, impossible to study the history of art in these centuries without referring to these frequent exhibitions which multiplied in all Western nations. The largest exhibitions in the 18th century were created in the Paris Salon in 1725 in the Louvre. The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations in 1851 was the first Universal Exhibition. It was held in London in October 1851. The official opening of the exhibition took place in Hyde Park at the Crystal Palace, a huge glass and metal building designed by Joseph Paxton (1801-1865). The construction was completed in record time over an area of 7.5 hectares, with almost 13,800 exhibitors. The event was an undeniable success, with over six million visitors.
Art Exhibitions are valuable because they provide insights into the aesthetic and social environment of the pieces. Invitations to the exhibition, brochures and especially articles related to the exhibition are valuable archival resources. They provide information not only about the scope of the works exhibited, but also about who participated in the exhibition with whom and how the zeitgeist is seen there. A catalog, whether printed or digital, is a platform through which you can make your art attractive to people who know little or nothing about you. It also gives you the opportunity to meet existing and potential clients. Art exhibitions work as media of empathy among different parties. Art historians, artists and art critics have long considered art exhibitions as a way to discuss and learn about art in general. Online portals have made it easier for the artists to expose their art and for the potential buyers to find the pieces they love.
Daniel Fuchs (b. 1974) was born in Greiz, a small city in the south of Thuringia, Germany. From an early age, he felt the tension and monotony of everyday life in East Germany. He breathed a sigh of relief when the Berlin Wall and the East German regime fell, but his hopes of improving his personal situation were dashed.
Cultural exchange and cooperation are important parts of the comprehensive Sino-European strategic partnership. They play an irreplaceable role in enhancing mutual understanding between people and promoting the value of our relations. At the 14th Sino-European Summit in 2011, the leaders stressed that cultural exchange is one of the three pillars of Sino-European relations.
Art Paris is the first contemporary art fair to be organised in the Grand Palais Éphémère, which has an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower. The Grand Palais Éphémère is a temporary building of 10,000 m2, supported by the Réunion des musées nationaux – Grand Palais and Paris 2024, and will be installed on the Champ-de-Mars until the end of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
More than 250 works by 37 artists from 14 European countries is exhibited including paintings, sculptures, art installations, etc. Since the early 1920s art had found a new definition and direction. It is the artist’s and art appreciator’s point of view that determines how an object can be called a work of art. In other words