Art Galleries

Some articles on art galleries, art, arts, galleries:

Mc Leod Ganj - Tourism - Art Galleries
... Naam Art Gallery The Naam Art Gallery is located at Sidhbari ... The permanent exhibition in Naam Art Gallery shows paintings by Elsbeth Buschmann - water colours and acrylics - and oil paintings by Alfred W Hallett ... The display of his paintings in Naam Art Gallery is a tribute to him ...
Campus Of Drexel University - Art Galleries
... Drexel maintains several art galleries on its main campus ... Drexel, who collected many types of art ... to Nesbitt Hall (the building for the College of Media Arts and Design) in which art exhibitions are frequently held ...
Contemporary Art Gallery - Identity, Function and Locality
... museum, and the third-tier of minor galleries which include artist-run galleries, retail galleries, and artist's co-operatives ... Commercial galleries are for-profit, privately owned businesses dealing in artworks by contemporary artists ... Galleries run for the public good by cities, churches, art collectives, not-for-profit organizations, and local or national governments are usually termed Non-Profit Galleries ...
Culture Of Memphis, Tennessee - Music and The Arts - Fine Arts
... In the last two decades, the art scene in Memphis has exploded ... Art galleries were first established at Overton Square but have moved farther east ... The independent art scene has had some success on South Main, on the trolley line in downtown Memphis ...
Art Galleries, Centres And Collections In Ireland - International
... Irish Arts Centre, New York Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris. ...

Famous quotes containing the words galleries and/or art:

    I have got enough of the old masters! Brown says he has “shook” them, and I think I will shake them, too. You wander through a mile of picture galleries and stare stupidly at ghastly old nightmares done in lampblack and lightning, and listen to the ecstatic encomiums of the guides, and try to get up some enthusiasm, but it won’t come.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    Einstein is not ... merely an artist in his moments of leisure and play, as a great statesman may play golf or a great soldier grow orchids. He retains the same attitude in the whole of his work. He traces science to its roots in emotion, which is exactly where art is also rooted.
    Havelock Ellis (1859–1939)