While there are still a lot of grey areas in the economic, ecological, political and social realms this year, it’s safe to say that this isn’t the case for the future of the art industry. More and more artists are showing their skills. Furthermore, more people are embracing the beauty and importance of art.

In the UK, museums play a huge role in tourism. Many tourists flock to the country to check out the culture, culinary scene as well as the art installation and masterpieces. Aside from the UK, other countries also love experiencing art. Because of that, every year, there are exhibits showcased all over the world. Below are some of the world’s most interesting collection in 2018.

The Chodiev Kubota Collection

The Kubota Exhibition is comprised of 48 pieces of hand-painted kimonos. Itchiku Kubota from Japan created the fine prints on more than 100 kimonos using tsuijigahana, a five-century-old dyeing technique. The Kubota collection is world famous for its exceptional design and rich story. Anyone who sees the collection can see the amount of effort put into each kimono.

Recently, the International Chodiev Foundation bought the entire collection of Kubota kimonos because the Itchiku Kubota Museum almost went bankrupt. ICF handles the exhibition of the collection. The ICF team has been bringing the collection to many locations over the years. In 2018, it is displayed at the Museum of Arts, Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute.

The Many Marvels of Renzo Piano

Architecture combines logic, science and art. If you fancy intricately designed buildings, then you will certainly love Renzo Piano. He is one of the many world-famous architects today. Some of his world-renowned work includes the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, The Shard in London, Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. The Royal Academy of Arts will host a special exhibition to recognize the brilliance of Piano from September 15 to January 20, 2018.

Michael Jackson Exhibit

Michael Jackson is among the most iconic faces in the music industry. He is the muse of many musicians today. If you are a fan of the late King of Pop, then you shouldn’t miss the Michael Jackson: On The Wall at the National Portrait Gallery in London. It will run from June 28 to October 21, 2018. The exhibit sheds light on the untold story of MJ and his influence and contributions to the art industry. The collection consists of masterpieces from 40 artists from all over the world.

Andy Warhol Collection

Warhol’s collection will soon be showcased at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York starting November of this year. The exhibit aims to reveal Warhol’s complexities as well as how his career evolved through the years. You will find a variety of pieces in the collection such as Warhol’s famous pop art installations.

Have you seen the Kubota exhibition or the rest of the exhibits enumerated above? The year is about to end in a few months, but it’s never too late to check out some of the remaining art exhibits in the USA, UK and other parts of the globe. Which exhibit do you look forward to seeing?

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References: https://www.museumsassociation.org/campaigns/love-museums/facts-and-figures

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