Exhibitions quotes

  • I have to display what I have seen to people.
    -- Ala Bashir

    #People #Exhibitions

  • Before 1999, Tracey Emin and Sarah Lucas offered to get me exhibitions, but joining the Stuckists put a kaibosh on all that - because I wasn't prepared to be controlled. I agreed to co-found the Stuckists to be allowed to say what I wanted, and I left the Stuckists because I didn't really want to be in them in the first place.
    -- Billy Childish

    #Joining #Exhibitions #Want

  • It is not elegant to gnaw Indian corn. The kernels should be scored with a knife, scraped off into the plate, and then eaten with a fork. Ladies should be particularly careful how they manage so ticklish a dainty, lest the exhibition rub off a little desirable romance.
    -- Charlie Day

    #Knives #Romance #Exhibitions

  • These small shows were decidedly a success. The exhibitions were not too large to be seen easily. It was not an effort, as larger collections of pictures usually are.
    -- Childe Hassam

    #Effort #Exhibitions #Shows

  • The studio is a laboratory, not a factory. An exhibition is the result of your experiments, but the process is never-ending. So an exhibition is not a conclusion.
    -- Chris Ofili

    #Exhibitions #Factories #Process

  • I am pleased with the exhibition... everything on display was sold for a good price to decent people. It has been a long time since I believed that you could educate public taste...
    -- Claude Monet

    #Long #People #Exhibitions

  • Most museums - with all their burdens to pay for exhibitions, administration, and security - really don't have any money really to acquire art, with few exceptions.
    -- Eli Broad

    #Art #Museums #Exhibitions

  • I’ve always thought Marilyn Monroe looked fabulous, but I’d kill myself if I was that fat…I went to see her clothes in the exhibition, and I wanted to take a tape measure and measure what her hips were. She was very big.
    -- Elizabeth Hurley

    #Clothes #Tape #Exhibitions

  • I do here in the most solemn and bitter manner curse the Prime Minister of England for having cumulated all his other betrayals of the national interest and honour, by his last terrible exhibition of dishonour, weakness and gullibility. The depths of infamy which our accurst "love of peace" can lower us are unfathomable.
    -- Enoch Powell

    #Betrayal #Depth #Exhibitions

  • People in general are scared to death of the war and all the exhibition have been a failure, because the rich - don't want to buy anything
    -- Frida Kahlo

    #War #People #Exhibitions

  • Biblical Theology...is that part of Exegetical Theology which deals with the revelation of God in its historic continuity...Biblical Theology, rightly defined, is nothing else than the exhibition of the organic progress of supernatural revelation in its historic continuity and multiformity.
    -- Geerhardus Vos

    #Biblical #Progress #Exhibitions

  • I hang my work upside down to emphasize surface.
    -- Georg Baselitz

    #Exhibitions #Upside Down #Surface

  • Too often, charity is extended to another when his actions or conduct are acceptable to us. The exhibition of charity to another must not be dependent on his performance. It should be given because of who we are-not because of how we behave.
    -- H. Burke Peterson

    #Inspiration #Exhibitions #Who We Are

  • It is a higher exhibition of Christian manliness to be able to bear trouble than to get rid of it.
    -- Henry Ward Beecher

    #Christian #Exhibitions #Able

  • I am happy to exhibit, but not to put myself on exhibition.
    -- Jean Cocteau

    #Exhibitions #Publicity

  • The entire exhibitions industry in the United States of America has filed for bankruptcy.
    -- Jeffrey Katzenberg

    #America #United States #Exhibitions

  • Our Exhibitions [The Royal Academy] have... a mischievous tendency, by seducing the Painter to an ambition of pleasing indiscriminately the mixed multitude of people who resort to them.
    -- Joshua Reynolds

    #Ambition #People #Exhibitions

  • Then I started to do furniture and interiors for a friend and just to get stuff in a magazine, and then slowly started to build up and started to doing exhibitions.
    -- Marc Newson

    #Europe #Magazines #Exhibitions

  • A drawing of the nude is a most revealing expression because it is at once the most private and the most personal. Often such drawings are made with no thought of public exhibition. They possess the intimacy of diaries.
    -- Mervyn Levy

    #Expression #Drawing #Exhibitions

  • I would rather hear the pleased laugh of a child over some feature of my exhibition than receive as I did the flattering compliments of the Prince of Wales.
    -- P. T. Barnum

    #Children #Laughing #Exhibitions

  • When I committed to playing a little tennis in some exhibitions, it was the best thing for me. It got me in shape. It got me out of the house. It got me doing something I love to do.
    -- Pete Sampras

    #Tennis #House #Exhibitions

  • ...the amazing exhibition of oil which has characterized the last twenty years, and will probably characterize the next ten or twenty years, is nevertheless, not only geologically but historically, a temporary and vanishing phenomenon...
    -- Peter Lesley

    #Years #Oil #Exhibitions

  • My parents didn't agree with what was going on, you know, with the communists coming in, Fidel Castro. I didn't see the reason why I needed to go back there and be a part of that exhibition
    -- Rafael Palmeiro

    #Parent #Exhibitions #Communist

  • Cultural confinement takes place when a curator imposes his own limits on an art exhibition, rather than asking an artist to set his limits.
    -- Robert Smithson

    #Art #Asking #Exhibitions

  • Apparently, a cleaner at Tate Britain... threw out a bag of rubbish, accidentally we are told, that was part of an exhibition supposedly emphasizing 'the finite existence of art'... The cleaner evidently had no time to question the relationship of his or her being to the rubbish bag, and reached the right conclusion.
    -- Semir Zeki

    #Art #Bags #Exhibitions

  • Perhaps there is a minimum distance that should separate one exhibit from another... Indeed those specialized in psychophysics have actually come up with some rules.
    -- Semir Zeki

    #Distance #Exhibitions #Come Up

  • I'm constantly making exhibitions in my head.
    -- Thelma Golden


  • An exhibition is in many ways a series of conversations. Between the artist and viewer, curator and viewer, and between the works of art themselves. It clicks when an exhibition feels like it has answered some questions, and raised even more.
    -- Thelma Golden

    #Art #Exhibitions #Way

  • We are to have no pictures which the puritan and the narrow, animated by an obsolete dogma, cannot approve of. We are to have no theaters no motion pictures, no books, no public exhibitions of any kind, no speech even which will anyway contravene his limited view of life.
    -- Theodore Dreiser

    #Book #Views #Exhibitions

  • I thought it would be my one and only exhibition, so I decided to call it My Major Retrospective
    -- Tracey Emin

    #Exhibitions #Would Be #My One And Only

  • Submit your work to interested societies for exhibition where the critics in the light of their physical well-being and according to the extent of their knowledge, may appraise them conveniently.
    -- Walter J. Phillips

    #Light #Exhibitions #May

  • Posting information is like pornography, a slick, impersonal exhibition.
    -- William Deresiewicz

    #Information #Exhibitions #Slick

  • The collages I never wanted to sell. I thought it was a very private thing, so I kept the collages. Then, in the end, I had a big collage in the Pinault Collection in Venice and the director of the [Centre] Pompidou said, "Did you make big collages like this in the '60s?" I said yes, so he came to the studio and said, "Let's make an exhibition in the Pompidou."
    -- Erro

    #Venice #Directors #Exhibitions

  • If one or two works from a body of work for an exhibition are what you would like to be remembered by, it is a good exhibition.
    -- John Bellamy Foster

    #Two #Exhibitions #Body

  • Inspiration is tough to define, it comes from so many different places. I have multiple exhibitions touring the globe, so I do travel quite a bit and travel is a great way to find inspiration.
    -- Nathan Sawaya

    #Inspiration #Different #Exhibitions

  • I had my first exhibition in September, 2012. This was when I first introduced the public to my style of the incorporation of cloth in my paintings. It was well received and everyone was fascinated with the work on display. I also invited other young aspiring artist to display they work which was also well received.
    -- St. Lucia

    #Artist #Style #Exhibitions

  • At exhibition openings always praise the chicken for laying eggs; you can wring its neck later.
    -- Bill Jay

    #Photography #Eggs #Exhibitions

  • Unlike my esteemed colleague Garry Kasparov, I don't restrict the strength of opposition to Elo
    -- Nigel Short

    #Sports #Exhibitions #Poor

  • I always appear behind a mask. As such, I can visit my own exhibitions without any visitors knowing who I really am even if I stand a few steps away from them.
    -- Invader

    #Knowing #Exhibitions #Visitors

  • I have always thought that it would be nice to not complete the exhibition in one place and close off the others as a result. Exhibitions should connect with various locations and promote exchange and interaction.
    -- Yasumasa Morimura

    #Nice #Would Be #Exhibitions