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  • Andy Warhol Stars Of The Silver Screen Analysis

    “If Andy Warhol had Instagram, it would boom” says Karol Carstensen, TIFF exhibition expert. Much like our social media crazed generation today, Warhol was obsessed with the idea of 24/7 recording. “I think he really anticipated our surveillance society with its reality TV and social media culture,” says Jon Davies, curator of TIFF’s flagship exhibition Andy Warhol: Stars of the Silver Screen. Different than Andy Warhol Revisited’s exhibit of his well-known pop art collection, Stars of the Silver Screen invites exhibition goers to walk through the muses and memorabilia that fuelled Warhol’s fascination with celebrities. Like flipping through the endless pages of a scrapbook, watching home videos on repeat, taking photos of everything in sight,…

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  • Cleveland Museum Analysis

    From education to exhibitions the study and care of works ensure further scholarship of a culture or time period. At the Cleveland Museum of Art, the conservation department works in a recently opened 18,000-square-foot suite of state-of-the-art laboratories, and is described as one of the finest spaces in the country for analysis, study, and conservation of museum collections . The department is actively working on eight works. In 2012 an endowment was given to the conservation department to…

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  • Royal Exhibition Building

    The Royal Exhibition Building, located at 9 Nicholson Street, Melbourne, was initially built to hold a 19th-century international exhibition in 1880 and then witnessed several other landmark events in Melbourne, such as the Melbourne Centennial Exhibition in 1888 and Opening of Federal Parliament on 1 May 1901. It continues to be used as a general exhibition hall today as well as an exam hall for several high schools and universities. This essay will explore the spectacular exhibition…

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  • The Importance Of The Centennial Exhibition

    The Centennial Exhibition was an exhibition in Philadelphia of many inventions, including revolutionary ones like the telephone, the typewriter, the Corliss steam engine, the mechanical calculator, Popcorn, a piece of the statue of liberty, and the banana was brought to America. The Centennial Exhibition of 1876 was created to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the United States of America. “The International Exhibition of Arts, Manufactures and Products of the Soil and Mine, more simply…

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  • The Importance Of Exhibition Project

    When I entered high school and educated of Exhibition prerequisite, I about blacked out on the spot. As I said before, oral presentations and I were never good with one another. I had nightmares for a long time about showing my project to teachers and grown-ups. Be that as it may, I must say, the Exhibition procedure was the best learning knowledge of my school career and I take the most pride in its fulfillment. On the whole, my Exhibition project is a showcase, in itself of a wide range of…

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  • AGO Exhibition Analysis

    The AGO exhibition for the Super Real: Pop Art from the AGO collection presented a variety of artwork from large silkscreen image to a cardboard burger sculpture sitting in the middle of the space. The exhibition has a small collection but has iconic pieces that are central to the story of the pop art movement of the 1960s. The works that stood out the most is the Andy Warhol’s 1963 Elvis I and II silkscreen painting. It showed 2 Elvis’ on one side with colour, then another 2 Elvis’ on one side…

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  • Human Bodies Exhibition Essay

    The Bodies exhibition showcases preserved human bodies dissected to display bodily system. The exhibit is set up so that one started at the skeletal system. The skeletal system showed the skeletal, the whole body bone include the ribs, large bone call femur and small bone call fibula, adult skull and infant skull. They also showed the prone bone that showed the bone disease as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. Second system I learn is muscular system, the muscular system showed the muscular…

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  • Sexual Dependency Exhibition Analysis

    For my exhibition review paper, I decided to go to MoMA and see Nan Goldin 's: The Ballad of Sexual Dependency. This exhibition caught my eye because of the photographs ive seen by Nan Goldin and what I read about this exhibition. Going into MoMA, I didn’t know what to expect, I expected mostly nudity and drugs because of the big warning that was placed in the very entrance of the exhibition. It also mentioned that she was one of the many protagonists in this series of photographs and that it…

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  • Objection: Face The Offending In Exhibition

    Initial access: face the offending in exhibition Motivation Why we feel offensive when we saw a case study in class? Some of my group members felt sad and couldn’t accept what artist managed to do. At that time, I have a strong curiosity about our reaction. What causes our feeling? How far can we tolerate this discomfort? Is there any prohibition in curating? Introduction In the following paragraphs, I start from audience experience and explain feeling through empathy and social context. Then,…

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  • Mirror, Mirror Exhibition Analysis

    Mirror, Mirror exhibition is a great idea for artists to showcase their work to the great city of York. Laure Drogoul, a Baltimore artist, had an open call for artists to represent themselves to the viewers and illustrate how artists saw themselves. The Marketview Arts allows an opportunity by having different exhibits throughout the year, so that regional artists can have their work seen by the public. Works in the gallery were chosen from the Philadelphia Sculptors organization. Mirror, Mirror…

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