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What is Art exhibition? Art exhibitions are traditionally the space in which art objects (in the most general sense) meet an audience. The exhibit is universally understood to be for some temporary period unless, as is rarely true, it is stated to be a “permanent exhibition”. An art exhibition is typically thought to include the work of artists and artisans presenting their drawings, paintings, and sculpting to an audience in a viewing gallery. Architecture is used and integrated into an exhibit when the structure is built for a specific art show space. Every exhibition should have a theme relating to the kind of paintings or other forms of art displayed at the venue. The creations of the artists synonymous with this concept or theme are displayed on the art day, to keep the audience focused and interested. Another way of keeping the exhibition simple and focused is by using selective artwork based on a particular style or genre. For example the paintings only displaying the impressionism work can be focused for a particular event, or only black and white painting can be displayed at the formal art exhibitions. The art exhibitions usually lack consistency as they confuse the audiences by using more than one main art medium.
This article sent by Bhavana Dewi and Kanjana. They loved to draw pencil sketches and make colour paintings. At heart they were artists. They have their own collection of art work of some of the most famous artists of India and world. Bhavana Dewi (left) and Kanjana (right) are Art Exhibition Managers in a Mumbai art gallery.