What is exhibition?

  • (noun): The act of exhibiting.
    Example: "A remarkable exhibition of musicianship"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on exhibition, exhibitions:

Alexander Archipenko - Biography
... In the same year he had an exhibition, together with Alexander Bogomazov, in Kyiv ... After 1910 he had exhibitions at Salon des Indépendants, Salon d'Automne together with Aleksandra Ekster, Kazimir Malevich, Vadym Meller, Sonia. 1912 Archipenko had his first personal exhibition at the Museum Folkwang at Hagen in Germany, and from 1912 to 1914 he was teaching at his own Art School in Paris ...
Impact, Muang Thong Thani
... a complex consisting of an arena, convention centre and exhibition hall in suburban Bangkok, Thailand ... IMPACT Arena, Exhibitions and Convention Centre is currently the 2nd largest exhibition and convention venue in Asia with an indoor floorspace of over 140,000 square m ... Its Challenger Hall is currently the world's largest column free exhibition hall ...
Invisible Children - Exhibition
... Since then, Invisible Children, Inc ... has hosted over 9000 screenings at colleges, high schools, churches, concerts and other venues ...
Frederik Vermehren - Life - An Artistic and Academic Career
... He was a member of the Exhibition Committee at Charlottenborg in 1864 ... His work was exhibited at the pan-Nordic exhibition in 1872, 1883 and 1888 ... His work was exhibited at the world exhibition in Paris in 1878 ...
Richard Patterson (artist) - Solo Exhibitions
35 Richard Patterson", Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, USA (exhibition brochure with essay by Suzanne Weaver) 1999 James Cohan Gallery, New York, USA (exhibition catalogue) 1997 Anthony d'Offay Gallery ...

More definitions of "exhibition":

  • (noun): A collection of things (goods or works of art etc.) for public display.
    Synonyms: exposition, expo

Famous quotes containing the word exhibition:

    Work, as we usually think of it, is energy expended for a further end in view; play is energy expended for its own sake, as with children’s play, or as manifestation of the end or goal of work, as in “playing” chess or the piano. Play in this sense, then, is the fulfillment of work, the exhibition of what the work has been done for.
    Northrop Frye (1912–1991)

    A man’s thinking goes on within his consciousness in a seclusion in comparison with which any physical seclusion is an exhibition to public view.
    Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889–1951)

    The hardiest skeptic who has seen a horse broken, a pointer trained, or has visited a menagerie or the exhibition of the Industrious Fleas, will not deny the validity of education. “A boy,” says Plato, “is the most vicious of all beasts;” and in the same spirit the old English poet Gascoigne says, “A boy is better unborn than untaught.”
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)