Exhibitions [noun]

Definition of Exhibitions:

showing, demonstration

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Although it was enough to top the scattershot domestic releases, it also isn’t enough to jumpstart the struggling exhibition industry.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Whitney all have brilliant new exhibitions that serve to transport us from the grim realities of a global pandemic.

Arguably, this season’s most poignant art exhibition can be seen outside the walls of these institutions.

Fights per game in the NHL postseasons since 2011-12The 2020 postseason includes qualifying and round-robin games but excludes exhibitions.

The items can be viewed in person — reservations are required during the pandemic — at Sotheby’s in New York City and the exhibition will also be available to the public online via its digital gallery.

After the first exhibition of her pictures in Berlin, her "God-given talent" was several times mentioned by the art critics.

There was a pause, during which Blanche went through a little mute exhibition of amazement and pleasure.

In 1883 she served with many distinguished artists on the art jury of the International Exhibition at Amsterdam.

The universal industrial exhibition was opened at Paris by Louis Napoleon.

It certainly excited far more interest than has any exhibition since.