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an act of showing or displaying

a large public display, as of goods or works of art

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The most important of these exhibitions is the Roads of Arabia exhibition, which was hosted by 11 internationally renowned museums in Europe, the United States, China and Korea and enjoyed greater attention from the international media in light of the rare and distinctive effects it presents, which highlight Kingdom's deep-rooted history.
Global Exhibitions Day is an opportunity for the exhibition industry to celebrate and highlight its positive impact on jobs, business, innovation and local investment.
We are therefore highly experienced in the exhibitions and trade show conference arenas.
Based on content of products/services displayed, exhibitions can be classified into three categories- Art exhibitions, Interpretive exhibitions and Commercial exhibitions.
Yeh noted that in addition to the organization of cross-Taiwan Strait exhibitions in recent years, TAITRA has successfully organized Taiwan products exhibitions in major Chinese cities and even constructed and operated the Taiwan pavilion in 2010 Shanghai Expo, which became a major attraction in the Expo.
The success of the media strategy led other museums and art galleries in North America to implement similar practices for other exhibitions of Rodin sculptures, including those at the Vancouver Art Gallery in British Columbia; The Detroit Institute of Arts; the University of Kentucky Art Museum; the Whatcom Museum of History and Art in Bellingham, Washington; and the Pensacola Museum of Art in Florida.
In fact, the exhibitions of the original Holy Shroud are very rare; the last one was five years ago and the next will be in 2025
VERGNE: In a sense, there will actually be at least three exhibitions within the 2006 Biennial: a solo exhibition of work by the artist Sturtevant, who duplicates a historic show by Duchamp; a kind of "emergency room" exhibition featuring groups like CAE and DDTV; and "Down by Law," an exhibition organized by the Wrong Gallery to deal with what they call the "dark heroes of the American Dream.
The management of the joint venture will include executives from both partners reporting to a board of directors with representation from Sinopharm and Reed Exhibitions.
By comparison, the popular ``Van Gogh's Van Goghs'' exhibit that visited LACMA in 1999 sold fewer than 30,000 advance tickets, according to John Norman, Arts and Exhibitions International president and CEO.
Founded in 1996, the museum in Baltimore, Maryland, presents historic artifacts, interactive exhibitions and engaging programs.
Perhaps because exhibitions require confrontation with the public, their catalogues are more likely to pose problematic questions than the traditional monograph.
The Museum of Modem Art and the Municipal Art Society of New York will collaborate on a series of five two-week exhibitions, featuring current projects by young architectural firms.
A committee of the Society organized exhibitions in 1847, 1848 and 1849.