Exhibition 13 Reception 10-12-13

Hello, guys!! I am here today to say about the exhibition. It is a display of selected items and it is an organized presentation. The exhibition will place in halls, world’s fairs, galleries, and museums. An exhibition will include many art galleries etc. Exhibitions can include many things such as art in both major museums and smaller galleries, history museums, natural history museums and interpretive exhibitions, history museums, and also varieties such as more commercially focused exhibitions and trade fairs.The word “exhibition” is usually, but not always, the word used for a collection of items.

Exhibitions are temporary or permanent display. The exhibition is usually scheduled to open and close on specific or particular dates. Some of the exhibitions are shown in multiple locations are called traveling exhibitions but many exhibitions are shown in just one venue and also some of the exhibitions are online.

Even though exhibitions are same or common events but the concept of an exhibition is quite different and many variables. Exhibitions are range from an extraordinarily large event such as a World’s fair exposition to small one-artist a display of just one item or a solo show. People involved in the exhibition and select the items to display in the exhibition, those people are Curators. The curators are also involved in the exhibition for sometimes. Exhibition designers, architects, graphic designers and other designers are sometimes needed to shape the exhibition space and give form to the editorial content. To write text, accompanying printed material such as books and catalogs, labels. To write text and etc, sometimes there is a needed for writers and editors. To get an effective event planning, logistics, and management, there is a help of holding exhibition and organizing.

Exhibitions are also different types, there are art exhibitions, commercial exhibitions, and interpretive exhibitions.

Art Exhibitions:

This exhibition is traditionally the space in which the art objects to meet an audience or those who are seeing the arts. The exhibit is universally understood to be for some temporary period unless, as is rarely true, it is stated to be a “permanent exhibition”.

In this exhibition, the art is made by human-like drawing, sculpture, paintings, interactive arts, sound installations, performances, crafts and video installations etc. Art exhibitions may focus on only one artist, one genre, one group, one collection, it is organized by curators. In this exhibitions typical highlight works of art with a supply of lighting and generous space and also supply information through labels. Exhibitions are occurring in periodically or series.

Commercial Exhibitions:

These exhibitions are for companies to display their products and projects. The commercial exhibitions are generally called trade shows, trade fairs or expose. These are usually organized so that organizations in a specific interest or industry can showcase and demonstrate their latest study activities of rivals, products, service and examine recent opportunities and trends. Exhibition area should be used to display roll-up banners, technical literature, A0 sized posters and relative material.

 

Interpretive Exhibitions:

The item is displayed in the exhibition. In this interpretive exhibition, that requires more information or content to explain the items being displayed. These are generally true of exhibitions devoted to the historical and scientific theme where text, charts, dioramas, maps and interactive display may provide a necessary explanation of background and concepts. These exhibitions require more graphics and more text than the art exhibitions.

Other Exhibitions:

                                                                                        A coyote’s howl

                                                                                              splash of blood

                                                             A bleeding world  gave life to a reception to die for.

Exhibit 13, created by and featuring Agustin W. Cisneros,

With other friends, used alldimensions of the gallery

 And traveled beyond the definition of contemporary art.  Features jump out, hung, stand tall, or flat against a wall left viewers mindful of a power within.

                                                                               Joan Sowinski’s in-depth work,
 “Fortuna’s Wheel”along with her artist statement examines in a profound, reflective way that the skeleton does not always mean a final destination.

                                                 Dakota Brooks DJ’d and sang sounds for an added treat to the evening.