Art Gallery - Introduction

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Introduction

An art gallery or art museum is a building or space for the exhibition of art, usually visual art. In its most basic form what we call a gallery, has come to mean a collection of something. Paintings are the most commonly displayed art objects, however sculpture, decorative arts, furniture, textiles, costume, drawings, pastels, water colors, collages, prints, artists books, photographs, and installation art also regularly shown. Art galleries are sometimes used to host other artistic activities, such as  performance art, music concerts, or poetry readings. Art exhibitions are traditionally the space in which art objects (in the most general sense) meet an audience. Art Gallery The gallery has been continuously involve in the recognition and promotion of emerging talent, creating an awareness of art amongst old and new collectors by showcasing good quality art works and providing a platform for interaction between artists and collectors. The gallery involves in the promotion of upcoming and emerging artists whose work, apart from being of high quality, is affordable and holds good value for money for the collectors as well as provides an adequate reward for the artists’ creative talent. Art is what one think is Art?

We all know that art is important. Looking at art can provide a much needed refuge for reflection, sympathy, quietude, inspiration, and even ecstasy in this increasingly chaotic world. Looking further can deepen knowledge of cultures and artistic practice, develop and hone observational skills, reveal insights into history that other documents can't, and encourage creative, analytical, and autonomous thinking. And the best way to find a way into anything is to look closely and ask a lot of questions. Imagine, just for a minute, a world without art! Art stimulates different parts of our brains to make us laugh or incite us to riot, with a whole gamut of emotions in between. Art gives us a way to be creative and express ourselves. "Art is something that makes us more thoughtful and well-rounded humans." “Not what man knows but what man feels, concern art. All else is science.” Bernard Berenson. 1897. Similarities and Difference Between an Art Gallery and a Museum Art museums and art galleries are two different types of entities. The primary difference is that while one goes to an art museum to view art, one goes to an art gallery to view art, from the perspective of purchasing the art. Art Gallery

Art galleries, are usually small businesses that exhibit art for the purposes of promoting and selling art. One would typically visit an art gallery to discover an artist, with an interest in buying the art.

Galleries, on the other hand, are actually designed to sell artwork. It may be the artwork of local artists or those that are more famous but want to make a name for themselves. These galleries are most definitely for profit. The way the art is displayed is designed to highlight each individual piece to ensure that the asking rice is met. Artists actually commission galleries to display their work so that they get a percentage of the profits.

Galleries can actually be located almost anywhere, from a town to a major city, and can be of any given size. The smaller ones often showcase local talent and the larger ones display a more diverse range of art, from the well known to the new kids on the block. However, all of them tend to advertise on the Internet these days to ensure that the art can reach a wider audience, and this in turn boosts revenue.

Museums
Most museums are funded by governments, foundations and corporate and private donors and are operated on a non-for-profit basis. A few exceptions are museums like Guggenheim museum, which are operated more like businesses and are...
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