Artist Exhibition Statistics

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Artist Exhibition Statistics

All 100 artists with the highest number of exhbitions are listed with details on
artist-info Artist Exhibition Statistics page.

Top 100 Artists Exhibition Statistics

Auction price statistics only offer a very limited insight into the world of contemporary arts.
Since many decades exhibitions are playing a key role in each artist‘s biography as well as for exhibition places, worldwide.
So far, statistics on the artist’s exhibitions worldwide haven’t been available.
Based on more than 410.600 solo- and group exhibitions between 1930 and today by more than 135.800 artists shown in more than 11.150 Galleries, Museums, Non-Profit Place and Collector Venues in more than 1.310 cities in 155 countries in database, our new Artist Exhibition Statistics page shows who was shown most.
It provides like this new insight into the world of contemporary art worldwide.

artist exhibition statistics page

artist-info Statistics Page Details

Like ‘Visualizing Art Networks’ the artist-info analytics on the number of exhibitions of an artist is also based on exhibition history.
The Artist Exhibition Statistics page shows
the 100 artists with the highest number of exhibitions in database
– Statistics of Solo- and Group-Exhibitions,
The artist list is sorted downwards by the total number of exhibitions, which includes solo- and group-exhibitions.
The icons on the left side of the artist’s name indicate available artwork offers, exhibition announcements or an artist portfolio.
– Statistics by Exhibition Place Type
The numbers on the table’s right side display the individual number per exhibition place category,
which are gallery, museum, non-profit, collector, followed by the total number of exhibition places where the exhibitions took place.

Different Focus Available

Exhibition statistics with a different focus are available on demand.
Possible are for example statistics for each individual artist in database, not only the top 100.
Limiting the geographical focus for example for a continent, like North America or Europe, or a specific country, is possible as well as selecting only exhibitions of the last 10 or last 20 years.