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art galleries:

see museums of artmuseums of art,
institutions or buildings where works of art are kept for display or safekeeping. The word museum derives from the Greek mouseion, meaning temple to the works of the Muses.
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Between 70th and 74th is what we call 'Baby Madison'--it's like a little French neighborhood on the Left Bank, with art galleries, patisseries and all the right shopping, of course.
This is the only art fair in the Asian subcontinent in which art galleries and individual artists come under the one roof.
Funded by the Welsh Government and the Heritage Lottery Fund, since 2002 it has enabled many local museums and art galleries across Wales to host exhibitions of important items from national collections.
Free General Admission to 6 Canadian Museums and Art Galleries
who designed and developed the site, said: " We are all aware of the value of high- quality content and many of the UK's museums and art galleries are sitting on goldmines of digitised images and artifacts that could be utilised by schools, universities and the general public, but are simplynot accessible.
England, Scotland and Ireland have national art galleries.
The success of the media strategy led other museums and art galleries in North America to implement similar practices for other exhibitions of Rodin sculptures, including those at the Vancouver Art Gallery in British Columbia; The Detroit Institute of Arts; the University of Kentucky Art Museum; the Whatcom Museum of History and Art in Bellingham, Washington; and the Pensacola Museum of Art in Florida.
Tonino Benacquista's new mystery novel Framed is the riveting story of Antoine, a daytime picture hanger for some of Paris' most fashionable and renounced art galleries, and his pursuit of an art-thief who had attacked him in one of the more fashionable art galleries in the City of Lights.
Art galleries do appear to be one of the last refuges from the noise, commotion and pressure of modern urban life.
With more art galleries than churches, and a weekly hosted Art Walk, the local art scene here attracts serious collectors from around the world.
Few historical or contemporary international exhibitions visit here or are originated by our art galleries, and internationally established contemporary artists are rarely represented locally in public or private collections or by commercial dealers.