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| Galerie von Garvens, Hannover – The Gallery of a Collector|
Herbert von Garvens was not a gallerist, he was not an art dealer, he was not a museum director, and he was not the director of a non-profit space. He was an important collector who wanted to share his enthusiasm and discoveries with the public, at a time, in which new art, the avant-garde was much less accepted than we may be aware of today, 100 years later.
| 100 Years of Bauhaus ‐ The First Retrospective in 1930|
The first Bauhaus retrospective in December 1930 in Cambridge (MA) was organized to defend the historical role, and its essential meaning for future development.
The retrospective exhibition took place from early December 1930 until January 13, 1931 at the Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, entitled ‘Bauhaus: 1919-1923 Weimar / 1924 Dessau’.
| Neue Sachlichkeit - Franz Roh, Exhibitions and their Artists|
The influential book 'Nach-Expressionismus. Magischer Realismus. Probleme der neuesten Europäischen Malerei' by Franz Roh, published in autumn 1925, includes 2 lists of altogether 110 artists.
Our survey compares the list of artists in Franz Roh's book with the exhibited artists by Gustav Friedrich Hartlaub in Mannheim in 1925, the exhibitions in Jena 1926, Berlin 1927, and Amsterdam 1929, and further the artists in the exhibition 'Neue Sachlichkeit', Haus am Waldsee, Berlin 1961 and exhibitions in the 90s up to the present, which take a new look at this European phenomenon of the 20s and 30s.
| The Harvard Society for Contemporary Art - Exhibition Timeline and Artists|
The exhibitions of The Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, active 1929-1932, are often cited because of their important if not groundbreaking focus.
Looking up with artist-info.com the artists of e.g. An Exhibition of American Art, Feb-Mar 1929, may be most helpful for your research, including looking up the artists of the other exhibitions between 1929 and 1932.
| The artists of the Kurt Kirchbach and Thomas Walther Collection – Avant-Garde Photographs of the 1920s & 1930s|
Two important photography collections covering the 20s and 30s,
one question: Which insight offers the juxtaposition of the collection's artists?
| WWI: France and Germany using art as weapon of peace – not war|
Art is a peace-maker and reunites people, as the French and the German statements for the catalog of Ausstellung Französischer Malerei (Oct 29 – Nov 26, 1916), Museum / Kunstverein Winterthur and of Ausstellung Deutscher Malerei XIX. und XX. Jahrhundert (Aug 19 – Sep 23, 1917), Kunsthaus Zürich demonstrate.
| Dreier Bequest Artist Update – G.M. (Georg Meyer?) is Gerd Meyer|
About G.M. (Gerd Meyer, Oldenburg 1894 – 1987 Delmenhorst) in the Dreier Bequest and about his exhibitions, about the Gallery Linne, Ziegert & Co., Bremen, about Ferdinand Adolph Linne (Bremen *26.04.1876) and Otto Erich Ziegert (Zerpenschleuse 01.07.1900 - 28.12.1978 Düsseldorf).
| Erste Russische Kunstausstellung Berlin 1922 – The Artists|
Who are the 160 artists in the catalog? Our survey seeks the answer to this question in identifying and allocating the artists through their many exhibitions from 1880 up to the present on artist-info.com and to provide like this new insight and overview to prove the importance of this exhibition not only for the well-known artists.
| Carmen Gracia – ‘Mythologies quotidiennes’, 1964|
Mythologies quotidiennes (Jul 1 – Oct 30, 1964) - Two important additional facts on the invited artists: The number of participating artists wasn’t 34 but 36, and who is ‘Gracia’?
| ‘International Pop’ at Walker Art Center – Artists on View|
International Pop (Apr 11 – Aug 29, 2015) is a groundbreaking historical survey that chronicles the global emergence of Pop Art from the mid-1950s to the early 1970s.
A key ambition of the exhibition is to show artists in the specific contexts from which they emerged, as well as to create relations between works across time and place.
| KUNSTHALLE ERFURT – Julian Röder & Robert Capa|
As part of its photo exhibition series CC – Classic Contemporary, KUNSTHALLE ERFURT presents a two-person exhibition of works by Julian Röder (*1981) and Robert Capa (1913–1954), curated by Silke Opitz.
| Ferus Gallery – the artists, curators, and exhibitions – its history|
Which artists were shown between 1957 – 1966, the years the gallery was active? How was the gallery and the artists connected with other venues of the time?
Find out more on our interactive Ferus Gallery exhibition history timeline.
| Llyn Foulkes – how it all began|
Through our research for the renowned Ferus Gallery (1957 – 1966) we could understand through an interview given by Llyn Foulkes how it all began and how Llyn Foulkes was received in the late 50s and early 60s.
| Damien Hirst – Curator|
Curating an exhibition is one of many ways for an artist to collaborate with other artists. Damien Hirst‘s (* 1965) groundbreaking and controversial work has made him one of the world’s best-known living artists – not to forget his success as curator.
| Influential Contemporary Art Exhibitions in the 20th and 21st Century|
The artist-info selection is not based on any 'blockbuster' criteria.
It is our wide range of research from 1880 up to the present which adds exhibitions to this constantly updated list, some are well known and those which shouldn't be forgotten.
| artist-info.com – Online Reference and Index for artists, exhibition venues, and curators built on exhibition information of many decades|
To be part of the top 100 artists or exhibition venues is nice because everybody knows them. But what about all others: Not only of the past few years, as well as for the past 120 years?
artist-info.com's interactive exhibition timeline helps to find them, and additional information.
| Thomas Walther Collection Artists Today|
Adding important new aspects this artist-info ‘Visualizing Art Networks’ project analysis with the help of an interactive network graph the participation of each of the 147 artists in more than 750 solo- and 1570 group-exhibitions since 1930.
| Are Auctions a good place to buy Contemporary Art?|
Reality check: As there are organized so many exhibitions in galleries, museums, nonprofit and collector venues worldwide we compare these rich and manifold activities with the auction Top 500 artist list.
Do the artists' exhibition activity statistics match the top 500 auction result?
| Artist, Curator, and Exhibition Venue Networks on VisualizingArtNetworks.com|
How are artists, exhibition venues, and curators connected among each other?
'Visualizing Art Networks' uses the artist-info.com exhibitions database to get an image about how artists, curators, and exhibition places are connected and what this means for their profile.
| artist-info Exhibition History Summary|
The Exhibition Records Summary for each artist, gallery, museum, non-profit and collector’s venue, and curator on their artist-info page shows with its insight the many valuable aspects the analysis of thousands of exhibition records is providing.
| Artist Exhibition Statistics|
Auction price statistics for artists offer only a very limited insight into the world of contemporary art.
Since many decades exhibitions are playing a key role in each artist‘s biography as well as for exhibition places, worldwide. Our Top 100 statistics page analysis the artists' exhibition records.
| Visualizing Art Networks|
The world of contemporary art might have many random aspects, but on an upper level the bits and pieces summarize to network structures and clusters.
It is the first time ever a network graph is used to analyse and describe the world of contemporary art with artists, curators, and exhibition venues based on exhbition records.
| Easy access to additional resources with our Wikipedia and WorldCat-Identity link|
To better inform and to facilitate the access to more information beyond the artist-info exhibition-history page artist-info is adding a link to Wikipedia and to WorldCat-Identity as part of the artist, exhibition venue, and curator page's header.
| Documenting Your Exhibition History|
Escape the haystack of search engine results!
Each exhibition venue has an individual profile which is important for its legacy as well as for its future. Documenting your exhibition history with artist-info.com supports your profile in a unique way and makes it searchable.
| artist-info insight – Review 2015|
artist-info.com is a documentary source for Modern and contemporary art solo- and group-exhibitions from 1880 up to the present.
Cross-linking the exhibition history of artists, curators, and exhibition venues provides new insight for evaluation and analytics like exhibition statistics and visualizing art networks.
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|Art Fairs worldwide in March 2015|
| Who wants to miss Community Channels|
artist-info provides for each artist, curator, and exhibition venue, like gallery, museum, non-profit or collector’s venue the possibility to add Community Channel links they are using to reach their audience.
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