The World Most Expensive Art Exhibitions
According to Therichest, below are 6 of the world’s most expensive art exhibitions. These exhibitions are home to collections of expensive and rare art paintings.
1. National Gallery of Art Library
The National Gallery of Art Library is located in Washington D.C. This is one of the most impressive art collections in the world. Because of possessing huge art collections, this is the most expensive art exhibition in the world.
2. Royal Bridges
This is an annual event that takes place on 29-30 October at The Ritz Carlton DIFC, Dubai. This unique exhibition showcases works of many professional artists from royalty from Asia, Europe, South America and the Middle East. This exhibition often conducts auctions of all exhibitions here with the proceeds for charity.
3. Tate Modern
Located in London, England, Tate Modern is the first major exhibition outside the United States by Georgia O’Keeffe female artist opening from July 6 to October 30, 2016. O’Keeffe is one of the most prestigious female artists and has the most expensive works in the world. Tate Modern introduces big names of prestigious modern art as well as innovation pioneers.
4. Frick Collection
Located in Manhattan, the Frick Collection exhibits many high quality art paintings from some of Europe’s most prominent artists. In addition to pictures, Frick Collection is also home to a range of high class luxury furniture, porcelain pots and Italian bronze medals.
5. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
This museum is located in San Francisco, California, USA exhibiting the most interesting and unique artworks. One of the artworks visitors should consider is La Conversation by Henri Matisse. It is one of the most colorful and attractive oil paintings.
6. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
This Gardner Museum is located in Boston and exhibits artworks from the world’s most famous artists like Raphael, Michelangelo and Botticelli. The museum not only displays paintings but also organizes concerts, guest lectures and community programs.