Exhibitions - Term Overview

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The word "exhibitions" comes from "Exhibiting" which is the action and effect of exposing (presenting something to be seen, manifesting it, talking about something to make it known).

The exhibitions range from art to simple electrical or mechanical artifacts, in art we find a great variety of paintings, old canvases, by artists of what they call the new generation, photography, computer graphics, statues, busts of different materials and designs, or what nowadays they call modern art where they express a great variety of geometric figures that the naked eye cannot find an exact meaning.

It can also be made in video films where the stories of the past of someone or a place are told, of short duration and for a defined time, and can be presented in several rooms at the same time. In a company, exhibitions are made with references to matters of the same company, showing the improvements, virtues and capabilities and the new proposals that are being presented in the market such as modern trends on technological advances, risks that can carry when accepting or making any merger or acquisition in the future of the company.

With regard to the latter, we also find exhibitions where exhibitors give conferences for business management, exposing tools for performance and productive leadership, conferences for personal development and growth, life in couples, how to overcome grief, raising children. in modernity, how to accept sexuality and spirituality among others from a wide variety of topics that cause an interest in being human as a person.

Exhibitions are very common and frequent in museums of international importance, for example when remains of ancient characters have been located that are of cultural and national importance, some of the exhibitions that have caused the most interest and that have lasted over time, are those referring to ancient Egypt, where its great empire and its impressive majesty have been shown through time.

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