Curate An Art Exhibition



Art exhibitions are a way of featuring the work of a specific artist or display an idea or theme from an historical time period. How often do you visit an art exhibition and learn something new either about the artist or how their art impacted society? These events allow you opportunities to witness art objects that you would not be able to encounter other than through a photo. The image above is a photo I took within a museum in Athens, Greece. It shows just a fraction of some of the artifacts and works of art owned and displayed by the museum. Yet many of these museums' collection contains thousands of works of art. It is up to the curators to select, research, and prepare art exhibitions held by a museum. Yet how does a curator decide what artwork to feature? 

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