. The work of the abstract expressionist will be displayed in the gallery. For a painting of 5 a 15*20 hall is sufficient. It must be a simple room which much less patterns on the wall. Dark colored paints will be the best to display the paintings as the paintings have a light color base. A dark background will highlight the paintings. There should not be any designs or patterns on the wall and it can have windows which help in natural illumination. There must be five focus lights in the hall along with two normal lights. The highlighters will help in illuminating the paintings better giving them a clear and a neat look. The paintings should to be framed and displayed. The colors of the frames have to highlight the paintings. They have to be displayed at the eye level. There must be boards to display the names of the artists and for writing brief descriptions of the paintings. The positioning of the paintings has to be done according to the similarities in the shades of the paintings for giving a visual treat to the visitors. The paintings have to be arranged in the way that provides enough space for visitors to stand and view them.
A television can be set at the exhibition to present audio visuals about the paintings and the artists which can include a brief history of the art during the century and the artists who were involved bringing new dimensions for art. There must be a minimal entrance fee which will attract more visitors and it would also make sales sense. A share of the profit must be donated for charity
The concept of the exhibition:
The concept of the exhibition is to bring to the limelight the magnificence of the abstract art.
The theme of the exhibition will be Conceptual expressionists' art exhibition.
Reason for choosing the paintings:
All these paintings are the works of the abstract expressionists who had a common belief of freedom and brought a new dimension to art. There were beliefs in freedom of expression during the post second world war era. The paintings have life in them and paved way for modern paintings. The painting of Egon Schiele is more a drawing than a painting and every stroke in the painting is well done. The use of colors and their combination brings over all completeness to the picture. The painting by Henry Moore is just the pencil work and his distinguished strokes; it is an articulation of the emotions. Jackson Pollock's work is of free strokes that emphasizes survival of human kind. Georgia's work major consists of floral designs and animal bones. Through her technical style she always transformed her paintings into the influential abstract figures. Ellsworth Kelly always uses intense colors to his paintings to highlight the minimalism of forms. The pictures chosen for the exhibition have stylish advancements with vast combining ideas. The artists have used stylish and dramatic colors. The paintings are impressive in their own ways. They visually converse the freedom for expressions. They symbolize human existence. "It addresses personal psychological battles, the external struggle between man and nature, and the hunt for spiritual comfort. All of these concepts were expressed through abstraction, finding meaning in relating the act of painting with a release of subconscious feelings and desires". (Art History, 2006)
Similarities of the paintings:
The similarity amongst these pictures would be that