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Exhibitions Quotes By Clarence Day

Elephants suffer from too much patience. Their exhibitions of it may seem superb,-such power and such restraint, combined, are noble,-but a quality carried to excess defeats itself. — Clarence Day

Exhibitions Quotes By Peter Lesley

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Rick Heinrichs

The fact that there are awards and exhibitions and some people know who I am is just all gravy. I'm lucky to just work in an industry where I get to play so much. — Rick Heinrichs

Exhibitions Quotes By Karl Schlogel

This diversity of social and semi-governmental institutions and organizations gives us not merely an insight into the immense complexity of an urban society, but also an inkling of the huge efforts and even violence required if they are to be disciplined, levelled down and made uniform. We come to realize all the things that must be done to ensure that the hundreds of newspapers and magazines follow the same linguistic line, the theatre repertoires are made to conform, and the libraries and bookshops are purged of the works of writers who have not kept up with the times. What must happen to ensure that museums, whose exhibitions and displays necessarily reflect long-term efforts, accept the inevitability of a new line and a new course? And what must be done to ensure that hundreds of schools and hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren feel ready to accept a new canon — Karl Schlogel

Exhibitions Quotes By Enoch Powell

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Maurizio Cattelan

The current climate doesn't represent a threat to the production of art but to the market. I think it's time for artists to get over auction houses, galleries, and high-production-value exhibitions and start using our voices again. — Maurizio Cattelan

Exhibitions Quotes By Bill Jay

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Mervyn Levy

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Jane Seymour

When I started painting 17 years ago, I never imagined that anyone would look at my work or buy my pieces. But now I do about 14 exhibitions each year. — Jane Seymour

Exhibitions Quotes By Ma Jian

In my 20s, when I was a photojournalist in Beijing. I joined an underground art group and put on clandestine exhibitions of my paintings. — Ma Jian

Exhibitions Quotes By David Shrigley

I think my books are better than my exhibitions. If people don't like my books then I don't mind. I guess you like them enough to write an essay about them so that makes me pretty happy. — David Shrigley

Exhibitions Quotes By Theodore Dreiser

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Oksana Baiul

I wish I could compete again, but my good feeling is, these competitions are better as exhibitions. — Oksana Baiul

Exhibitions Quotes By William Monahan

I don't have an aversion to quote unquote remakes, because I understand what dramatic writing is, what the dramatic profession has always been about, which is talent, not the pretext for its exhibition. — William Monahan

Exhibitions Quotes By Gertrude Stein

Most people are more predetermined as to what is the human form and the human face than they are as to what are flowers, landscapes, still lifes. Not everybody. I remember one of the first exhibitions of Van Gogh, there was an American there and she said to her friend, I find these portraits of people quite interesting for I don't know what people are like but I don't at all like these flower pictures because I know very well what flowers are like.

Most people are not like that. I do not mean to say that they know people better than they know other things but they have stronger convictions about what people are than what other things are. — Gertrude Stein

Exhibitions Quotes By Geoff Dyer

These days any self-respecting exhibition of nude photos has to have pornographically explicit images to prove that they are works of art. — Geoff Dyer

Exhibitions Quotes By Tracy Austin

By the time I was 9, I was frequently asked to play exhibitions at grand openings, fund-raisers for charities, and other special events. — Tracy Austin

Exhibitions Quotes By Charlie Day

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres

The exhibition has now become no more than a bazaar where mediocrity spreads itself out with impudence. The exhibitions are useless and dangerous ... they ought to be abolished. — Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres

Exhibitions Quotes By Philip Treacy

I believe in originality, primarily. However, it's important to know what there has been before to aim in that direction. Art history informs us. It informs our mind. I like to look at books, exhibitions, paintings, as a computer, subconsciously taking on information. — Philip Treacy

Exhibitions Quotes By Nancy Astor

Drinking makes a person lose his inhibitions and give exhibitionsNancy Astor

Exhibitions Quotes By Kenny Scharf

I always thought it would be a great thing to do an art carwash. So you can actually go and get your car washed, but while you're sitting around waiting you can walk in that hallway where you look at the cars going through the window, and that could be changing exhibitions. — Kenny Scharf

Exhibitions Quotes By Harry Vardon

If your opponent is playing several shots in vain attempts to extricate himself from a bunker, do not stand near him and audibly count his strokes. It would be justifiable homicide if he wound up his pitiable exhibition by applying his niblick to your head. — Harry Vardon

Exhibitions Quotes By Leo Tolstoy

We are accustomed to understand art to be only what we hear and see in theaters, concerts, and exhibitions, together with buildings, statues, poems, novels. . . . But all this is but the smallest part of the art by which we communicate with each other in life. All human life is filled with works of art of every kind - from cradlesong, jest, mimicry, the ornamentation of houses, dress, and utensils, up to church services, buildings, monuments, and triumphal processions. It is all artistic activity. So that by art, in the limited sense of the word, we do not mean all human activity transmitting feelings, but only that part which we for some reason select from it and to which we attach special importance. — Leo Tolstoy

Exhibitions Quotes By Semir Zeki

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

Exhibitions Quotes By H. Burke Peterson

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Emily Saliers

Music makes me alive in a way that nothing quite does. Good art, good film, good books, good dance. Exhibitions, history. Nature makes me feel alive. Georgia in the rain - that makes me feel alive. Compassion makes me feel alive. Hard fought victories for social rights. — Emily Saliers

Exhibitions Quotes By Adamo Macri

Art exhibitions would be less censored if they were rated, G or NC-17, like movies. People in general see galleries and museums as family-appropriate excursions. Censorship is a provided system which caters to lazy parenting, which is publicly-funded and socially accepted. — Adamo Macri

Exhibitions Quotes By Issey Miyake

Many people will say, well, clothes should be worn; but I think people can look at them in public, like seeing a film. I think museum exhibitions are very important. — Issey Miyake

Exhibitions Quotes By Woodrow Wilson

Congress in session is Congress on public exhibition, whilst Congress in its committee-rooms is Congress at work. — Woodrow Wilson

Exhibitions Quotes By Claude Monet

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Charles Bukowski

Erections, Ejaculations,Exhibitions and General Tales of Ordinary Madness. — Charles Bukowski

Exhibitions Quotes By Ala Bashir

I have to display what I have seen to people. — Ala Bashir

Exhibitions Quotes By Monica O Montgomery

In the spirit of being a reflective practitioner of ourselves we must notice your own behavior as an educator and realize how it influences other. Recognize your privileges: race, gender, ability, career, citizenship, language is all privilege. Imagine how you feel in the visitors shoes and adjust to best help them process and contextualize. — Monica O Montgomery

Exhibitions Quotes By Georg Baselitz

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Charles Darwin

Sympathy beyond the confines of man, that is humanity to the lower animals, seems to be one of the latest moral acquisitions. It is apparently unfelt by savages, except towards their pets. How little the old Romans knew of it is shewn by their abhorrent gladiatorial exhibitions. The very idea of humanity, as far as I could observe, was new to most of the Gauchos of the Pampas. This virtue, one of the noblest with which man is endowed, seems to arise incidentally from our sympathies becoming more tender and more widely diffused, until they are extended to all sentient beings. As — Charles Darwin

Exhibitions Quotes By Viggo Mortensen

I have a publishing company of books by me and books of others. It drew people to poetry readings and photo exhibitions and painting exhibitions that I've been doing for years before that. — Viggo Mortensen

Exhibitions Quotes By Victor Hugo

We will simply say here that, as a means of contrast with the sublime, the grotesque is, in our view, the richest source that nature can offer art. Rubens so understood it, doubtless, when it pleased him to introduce the hideous features of a court dwarf amid his exhibitions of royal magnificence, coronations and splendid ceremonial.
The universal beauty which the ancients solemnly laid upon everything, is not without monotony; the same impression repeated again and again may prove fatiguing at last. Sublime upon sublime scarcely presents a contrast, and we need a little rest from everything, even the beautiful.
On the other hand, the grotesque seems to be a halting-place, a mean term, a starting-point whence one rises toward the beautiful with a fresher and keener perception. The salamander gives relief to the water-sprite; the gnome heightens the charm of the sylph. — Victor Hugo

Exhibitions Quotes By Jerry Saltz

Everyone goes to the same exhibitions and the same parties, stays in the same handful of hotels, eats at the same no-star restaurants, and has almost the same opinions. I adore the art world, but this is copycat behavior in a sphere that prides itself on independent thinking. — Jerry Saltz

Exhibitions Quotes By Nathan Sawaya

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Marc Newson

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Invader

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Nick Hornby

Last month I was banging on about how books were better than anything - -how just about any decent book you picked would beat up anything else, any film or painting or piece of music, you cared to match it up with. Anyway, like most theories advanced in this column, it turned out to be utter rubbish. I went to a couple of terrific exhibitions at the Royal Academy (and that's a hole in my argument right there - one book might beat up one painting, but what chance has one book, or even four books, got against the collected works of Guston and Vuillard?) ... — Nick Hornby

Exhibitions Quotes By Hussein Chalayan

Being a part of exhibitions is not a burden; it's another way for an independent label such as mine to reach a larger audience by exposing them to my whole body of work. — Hussein Chalayan

Exhibitions Quotes By Childe Hassam

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Hans Ulrich Obrist

Exhibitions are kind of ephemeral moments, sometimes magic moments, and when they're gone, they're gone. — Hans Ulrich Obrist

Exhibitions Quotes By Monica O Montgomery

Tough topics are only tough for those who don't want to approach conversation, who don't like problematizing the status quo and nuancing the narrative. — Monica O Montgomery

Exhibitions Quotes By Jerry Saltz

Works of art often last forever, or nearly so. But exhibitions themselves, especially gallery exhibitions, are like flowers; they bloom and then they die, then exist only as memories, or pressed in magazines and books. — Jerry Saltz

Exhibitions Quotes By Nigel Short

Unlike my esteemed colleague Garry Kasparov, I don't restrict the strength of opposition to Elo <2000, as fly-swatting makes poor spectator sport. (on simultaneous exhibitions) — Nigel Short

Exhibitions Quotes By Jean Baudrillard

A sociosphere of contact, control, persuasion and dissuasion, of exhibitions of inhibitions in massive or homeopathic doses ... : this is obscenity. All structures turned inside out and exhibited, all operations rendered visible. In America this goes all the way from the bewildering network of aerial telephone and electric wiresto the concrete multiplication of all the bodily functions in the home, the litany of ingredients on the tiniest can of food, the exhibition of income or IQ. — Jean Baudrillard

Exhibitions Quotes By Massimiliano Gioni

In some Arab art exhibitions that have happened, there's always this idea that the East is more traditional; they show a lot of works on calligraphy and religion. — Massimiliano Gioni

Exhibitions Quotes By Leonard Cohen

Before us stretched a corridor of meat, great torsos of meadow animals strung in glistening flayed exhibitions, heads with limp exhausted comic-book tongues dangling at too sharp an angle, heads with dull-eyed slaughter-greeting looks, heads smiling and winking, perhaps the subtlest camouflage this severed coyness, heads piled in pyramids like park cannonballs, some of them cruelly facing a sausage display of their missing extremities, a thick and thin suspended rain of sausages, a storm of jellied blood, and further down the corridor no recognizable animal shapes but chunks of their bodies, shaped not by hide or muscle but by cleaver, knife and appetite. — Leonard Cohen

Exhibitions Quotes By Marc Chagall

No academy could have given me all I discovered by getting my teeth into the exhibitions, the shop windows, and the museums of Paris . Beginning with the market - where, for lack of money, I bought only a piece of a long cucumber - the workman in his blue overall, the most ardent followers of Cubism , everything showed a definite feeling for proportion, clarity, an accurate sense of form, of a more painterly kind of painting, even in the canvases of second-rate artists. — Marc Chagall

Exhibitions Quotes By William Wordsworth

For a multitude of causes, unknown to former times, are now acting with a combined force to blunt the discriminating powers of the mind, and unfitting it for all voluntary exertion to reduce it to a state of almost savage torpor... To this tendency of life and manners the literature and theatrical exhibitions of the country have conformed themselves. — William Wordsworth

Exhibitions Quotes By 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

Exhibitions Quotes By Elizabeth Hurley

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Hans Ulrich Obrist

One of my favourite exhibitions is called 'Do It,' which I co-curated with the artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier 21 years ago. — Hans Ulrich Obrist

Exhibitions Quotes By Harold Rosenberg

Exhibitions of minority art are often intended to make the minority itself more aware of its collective experience. Reinforcing the common memory of miseries and triumphs will, it is expected, strengthen the unity of the group and its determination to achieve a better future. But emphasizing shared experience as opposed to the artist's consciousness of self (which includes his personal and unshared experience of masterpieces) brings to the fore the tension in the individual artist between being an artist and being a minority artist. — Harold Rosenberg

Exhibitions Quotes By Edward Steichen

If it were possible for any one person or group of persons to go through a photographic finishing plant's work at the end of a day, you could probably pull out the most extraordinary photographic exhibition we've ever seen. On almost any subject. The trouble is to find the things. — Edward Steichen

Exhibitions Quotes By Thomas P. Campbell

I would probably have been very content as a scholar to have carried on organising exhibitions and writing books and teaching. — Thomas P. Campbell

Exhibitions Quotes By Kristen Ashley

I'm sorry," I said softly, but loud enough for him to hear. "I've been to my fair share of exhibitions, only yours made my heart hurt because my system couldn't process the beauty that met my eyes. — Kristen Ashley

Exhibitions Quotes By Comte De Lautreamont

Throughout my life I have seen, without one exception, narrow-shouldered men performing innumerable idiotic acts, brustalising their fellows, and corrupted souls by every means. They call the motive for their actions: fame. Seeing these exhibitions I've longed to laugh, with the rest, but that strange imitation was impossible. Taking a penknife with a sharp-edged blade, I slit the flesh at the points joining the lips. For an instant I believed my aim was achieved. I saw in a mirror the mouth ruined at my own will! An error! Besides, the blood gushing freely from the two wounds prevented my distinguishing whether this really was the grin of others. But after some moments of comparison I saw quite clearly that my smile did not resemble that of humans: the fact is, I was not laughing. — Comte De Lautreamont

Exhibitions Quotes By Dennis Oppenheim

You can't understand how strange it was to be a sculptor who exhibited photographs. (On exhibitions of his earthworks and land art pieces.) — Dennis Oppenheim

Exhibitions Quotes By Hans Ulrich Obrist

When I was 17, I met many artists, and it started to become this conversation with artists out of which all of my exhibitions grew. — Hans Ulrich Obrist

Exhibitions Quotes By Jeffrey Katzenberg

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Jerry Saltz

I don't often go to curator or artist walk-throughs of exhibitions. For a critic, it feels like cheating. I want to see shows with my own eyes, making my own mistakes, viewing exhibitions the way most of their audience sees them. — Jerry Saltz

Exhibitions Quotes By Hans Ulrich Obrist

I started going to exhibitions in Switzerland when I was 10 or 11. As a schoolboy, I would go every afternoon to see the long, thin figures of Giacometti. — Hans Ulrich Obrist

Exhibitions Quotes By Larry Holmes

I won't say I won't fight again but I don't think anyone wants to fight me so I am finished and I will just continue with boxing exhibitions. — Larry Holmes

Exhibitions Quotes By Jamaluddin Jamali

make me eternal, give such body to my undying soul. ask the art, art can do it...
...art can give you the age you want, the life span you want...art can give an ever lasting face to your love and joys; art can give an unending life to your acts, and an novel agelessness to your intercourse with this life that you love and we love...we all. Love, that too is Art and fill your memory yard with its art exhibitions.... — Jamaluddin Jamali

Exhibitions Quotes By PJ Harvey

Yeah, I mean I am somebody that makes an effort to go and see a lot of exhibitions, painting, drawing, sculpture. — PJ Harvey

Exhibitions Quotes By Agnes Varda

The first exhibition [Publo Picasso] was organized by the communist party - because of his position during the war and all that. — Agnes Varda

Exhibitions Quotes By Roger Federer

You can't expect yourself to be already peaking like crazy in an exhibition tournament. — Roger Federer

Exhibitions Quotes By Hillary Rodham Clinton

Forward-thinking teachers and school administrators across the country are creating a whole range of alternatives to cookie-cutter teaching and evaluation methods, such as the use of student portfolios and exhibitions in addition to conventional exams to assess students' progress. — Hillary Rodham Clinton

Exhibitions Quotes By Alexander McQueen

The explosion of museum exhibitions is only a mirror image of what has happened to fashion itself this millennium. With the force of technology, instant images and global participation, fashion has developed from being a passion for a few to a fascination - and an entertainment - for everybody. — Alexander McQueen

Exhibitions Quotes By Charles Churchill

The stage I chose
a subject fair and free
'Tis yours
'tis mine
'tis public property.
All common exhibitions open lie,
For praise or censure, to the common eye.
Hence are a thousand hackney writers fed;
Hence monthly critics earn their daily bread.
This is a general tax which all must pay,
From those who scribble, down to those who play. — Charles Churchill

Exhibitions Quotes By Suzy Menkes

I think there's a sort of agony with all intelligent and very creative designers that it's only fashion, that in the end it's only the decorative arts. I had a feeling towards the end that Saint Laurent and Berge were very keen to attain that immortality that a lot of designers long for. You know, those endless exhibitions. — Suzy Menkes

Exhibitions Quotes By Arnold Palmer

We just became very good friends [ with Dwight Eisenhower ], we played golf, we played heart exhibitions. Then his doctor said he should not play golf anymore. — Arnold Palmer

Exhibitions Quotes By Henry Ward Beecher

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Gerhard Richter

I believe that you always have to believe. It's the only way; after all we both believe that we will do this exhibition. But I can't believe in God, as such, he's either too big or too small for me, and always incomprehensible, unbelievable. — Gerhard Richter

Exhibitions Quotes By Anne Perry

Had not the outrageous flair of Sybilla, and since George was a natural horseman it seemed almost inevitable that they should more often than not end up side by side, at some distance from the others. William never came, preferring to work at his painting, which was his profession as well as his vocation. He was gifted to the degree that his works were admired by academicians and collected by connoisseurs. Only Eustace affected to find it displeasing that his only son preferred to retire alone to the studio arranged for him in the conservatory and make use of the morning light, rather than parade on horseback for the fashionable world to admire. When they did not ride, they drove in the carriage, went shopping, paid calls upon their more intimate friends, or visited art galleries and exhibitions. — Anne Perry

Exhibitions Quotes By William Deresiewicz

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Hans Ulrich Obrist

Exhibitions usually are not collected; they disperse after they take place. — Hans Ulrich Obrist

Exhibitions Quotes By Charles Saatchi

Art collectors are pretty insignificant in the scheme of things. What matters and survives is the art. I buy art that I like. I buy it to show it off in exhibitions. Then, if I feel like it, I sell it and buy more art. — Charles Saatchi

Exhibitions Quotes By Erro

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Joshua Reynolds

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

Exhibitions Quotes By John Bellamy Foster

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Rachel Pastan

Must every action - every word and thought - recall Alena? Swimming, currents, beaches, exhibitions, artists, parties. How long until my bodily presence had half the substance her absence did? — Rachel Pastan

Exhibitions Quotes By Eliot Porter

I don't think it's necessary to put your feelings about photography in words. I've read things that photographers have written for exhibitions and so forth about their subjective feelings about photography and mostly I think it's disturbing. I think they're fooling themselves very often. They're just talking, they're not saying anything. — Eliot Porter

Exhibitions Quotes By Arthur Helps

More than half the difficulties of the world would be allayed or removed by the exhibition of good temper. — Arthur Helps

Exhibitions Quotes By Otto Neurath

Modern man receives a large part of his knowledge and general education by way of pictorial impressions, illustrations, photographs, films. Daily newspapers bring more pictures from year to year. In addition, the advertising business operates with optical signals as well as representations. Exhibitions and museums are indeed offspring of this visual hustle. — Otto Neurath

Exhibitions Quotes By Bar Paly

My parents have always given me whatever I wanted. Took me to the ballet, the opera, museum exhibitions. I was always surrounded by art. It's their fault I've become an actress. — Bar Paly

Exhibitions Quotes By Thelma Golden

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Jerry Saltz

The very paradigm of revolution, of right versus wrong, good versus bad, is a relic with no bearing on the present. Yet artists, exhibitions, and curators valorize the sixties. People who wrote about these artists 30 years ago still write about them in the same ways, often for the same magazines. — Jerry Saltz

Exhibitions Quotes By Pete Sampras

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

Exhibitions Quotes By Francisco Costa

When I say art influences me, which it does, it's not at all in a literal form. You go and see exhibitions or collections or meet an artist. It's all a compilation. Every moment, at all times, all this information. Then all this information disappears, and it shows up later in the process. — Francisco Costa

Exhibitions Quotes By James Legge

Lao-tze's Taoism is the exhibition of a way or method of living which men should cultivate as the highest and purest development of their nature. — James Legge

Exhibitions Quotes By William Shakespeare

I crave fit disposition for my wife;
Due reference of place, and exhibition;
With such accommodation, and besort,
As levels with her breeding. — William Shakespeare

Exhibitions Quotes By Jonathan Miller

Argumentative exhibitions bring issues to life in a way that very much irritates traditional curators who want to see their pictures valued for themselves. — Jonathan Miller

Exhibitions Quotes By Piper Kerman

I knew that I would have to be brave. Not foolhardy, not in love with risk and danger, not making ridiculous exhibitions of myself to prove that I wasn't terrified
really genuinely brave. Brave enough to be quiet when quiet was called for, brave enough to observe before flinging myself into something, brave enough to not abandon my true self when someone else wanted to seduce or force me in a direction I didn't want to go, brave enough to stand my ground quietly. — Piper Kerman

Exhibitions Quotes By Jean Cocteau

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