147 artists of the Thomas Walther Collection. Our networkgraph shows how the artists are connected through exhibitions. Click here to open a browser window with the Thomas Walther Collection Artist network visualization. The Thomas Walther Collection Artists Today Visualizing the participation in exhibitions since 1930 of the Thomas Walther Collection artists The photographic works of the 147 artists reunited in the MoMA exhibition in December 2014 were shown in many exhibitions of galleries, museums, and […]
Influential Contemporary Art Exhibitions in the 20th and 21st Century Only time may tell us about the influence of an exhibition. Each decade has its own viewpoints. The artist-info selection below 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. You find for each exhibition in […]
Exhibition History Provides Important Insight “You do not need to be a millionaire to access high quality but you do need to put a bit of time and effort into your own research or gaining access to some objective advice.” Clare McAndrew, artseconomics.com Studying an artist’s work, reading an art critic’s opinion, and looking at recent as well as older artwork to understand how perspectives and point of views do change is important. All your […]
Visualizing the network of artists, curtors and exhibition venues How are artists and exhibition places and curators connected among each other? 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. All 5 examples of artist-info.com Visualizing Art Networks can be reached directly with sub-domains. See below details and sub-domains for the examples.
The daily updated statistics can be found on artist-info Artist Exhibitions Statistics page. Top 100 Artists Exhibition Statistics Auction price statistics only offer a very limited insight into the world of contemporary arts. Since many decades exhibitions are playing a key role in each artist‘s biography as well as for exhibition places, worldwide. So far, statistics on the artist’s exhibitions worldwide haven’t been available. Based on more than 410.600 solo- and group exhibitions between 1930 […]
Visalizing Art Networks How are artists and exhibition places and curators connected among each other? The world of contemporary fine 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 places. The exhibition history is for all, the artist […]
Llyn Foulkes exhibitions in 2013 and 2014 The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, organized an extensive career retrospective devoted to the work of the groundbreaking painter, performance artist and musician Llyn Foulkes (*1934 in Yakima, Washington), curated by Ali Subotnick.* After Los Angeles, February 3 — May 19, 2013 the exhibition was shown in New York, New Museum, June 12 – September 1, 2013, and Kleve (Germany), Museum Kurhaus Kleve, December 6, 2013 – March 2, […]
Ferus Gallery The exhibition ‘Objects on the New Landscape Demanding of the Eye’, March 15 – April 11, 1957 was the inaugural group show at the famous Ferus Gallery. Frank Lobdell, Jay DeFeo, Sonia Gechtoff, Craig Kauffman, Richard Diebenkorn, John Altoon and Clyfford Still were the artists in this show, directed by curator Walter Hopps, and the artist Edward Kienholz. In 1958, Edward Kienholz left Ferus Gallery to concentrate on producing art, and his stake in […]
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. We included the following exhibitions, curated by Damien Hirst, to artist-info as an overview and insight into these exhibitions and the participating artists with their individual artist-info pages.