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1914 Jubilee Exhibition

The 1914 Jubilee Exhibition took place in Kristiania, Norway, from May 15 to October 11, 1914. It marked the centennial anniversary of the 1814 constitution and focused on industry and agriculture. The main location was the grounds of Frogner Manor, in addition to a subsection on shipping at Skarpsno at Frognerkilen. The exhibition opened on 15 May, and was closed on 11 October 1914. The total number of visitors was more than 1.5 million. On 11 October, the final day, more than 100.000 visitors visited the exhibition.

Bali Nusra Tangi

The country of Indonesia consists of more than 17.000 islands and hundreds of different cultures. Each region has its own traditional costume. One of the unique traditional costumes worn in Bali, East Nusa Tenggara and the West Nusa Tenggara islands located in the eastern region of Indonesia. The three areas were once a single province known as a Lesser Sunda. Bali Nusra is a short form of Bali Nusa Tenggara Islands or Lesser Sunda Islands. And Tangi is a place in NTT.


BiennaleOnline is a biennial exhibition of contemporary art. This exhibitions platform is the first of its kind to be held online. The exhibition aims to focus on the most promising emerging visual artists worldwide, presenting works in New Media, Installation, Traditional Media, Photography and Performance. These artists will come from Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and the Middle East, and have been selected by 29 leading international curators. The inaugural exhibition launched on April 26, 2013 and is called Reflection & Imagination with Jan Hoet serving as the artistic di ...

Casablanca Fair of 1915

The Casablanca Fair of 1915 was a commercial exposition held by the French authorities at Casablanca in the protectorate of Morocco from 5 September to 5 November 1915. It was intended to encourage better economic ties between France and Morocco and as a demonstration of French power in the region. Goods from across Morocco were displayed at the fair and allowed French scholars to assess the state of the craft industry in Morocco. Their findings resulted in the establishment of training centres for Moroccan craftsmen in an attempt to encourage the industry.

Conquest of the Desert (exhibition)

Conquest of the Desert was a Specialised Expo recognised by the 28th General Assembly of the Bureau International des Expositions on 13 November 1951, held in Jerusalem in 1953 at Binyanei Hauma, a convention center in Jerusalem. It focused on the themes of reclamation and population of desert area.


Dyrskun is an annual agricultural show held in Seljord, Norway. It originates from the first exhibition held in 1866. Dyrskun was primarily a showcase for the breed Telemark cattle. Todays show has a wider agricultural scope, and attracts about 70-80.000 visitors.


ⓘ Exhibitions

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  • Golden King and the Great Pharaohs in 2008. Permanent exhibitions include the Tutankhamun Exhibition in Dorchester, United Kingdom, which contains replicas
  • international exhibition took place in Hyde Park, London, from 1 May to 15 October 1851. It was the first in a series of World s Fairs, exhibitions of culture
  • trade fair or business - to - business event. Catalogues for art or museum exhibitions may range in scale from a single printed sheet to a lavish hardcover
  • Petrie Watson Exhibitions Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Sheffield. Accessed 22 January 2020 Scholarships, Exhibitions and Bursaries Archived