The 10+1 most popular exhibitions of the Year 2015

The most popular exhibitions 2015

Another year is almost over. Another year full of wonderful, exciting, interesting and innovative exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world.
Which exhibitions happen to be the most popular?
Here comes a list of the Top 10 exhibitions according to the #StoMouseio friends and followers.

  1. Jewish Museum Berlin || Exhibition: Snip it! Stances on Ritual Circumcision
  2. The Museum Of Modern Art‎, MoMA || Exhibition: Picasso Sculpture
  3. Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art || Exhibition: Art & AIDS: Amor y Pasión
  4. Schwules Museum Berlin || Exhibition: Leonard Fink ~ Coming Out
  5. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art || Exhibition: Paula Modersohn-Becker
  6. Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam || Exhibition: Momo Okabe ~ Bible and Dildo
  7. Fashion and Textile Museum London|| Exhibition: KNITWEAR Chanel to Westwood
  8. FOAM | Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam || Exhibition: ARAKI Ojo Shashu – Photography for the Afterlife: Alluring Hell
  9. The National Gallery Oslo || Exhibition: The Magic North. Finnish and Norwegian art around 1900 || until 16.05.2015
  10. Museum of Liverpool || Exhibition: April Ashley: Portrait of a lady

What is more, this is the most popular exhibition that took place in a gallery:

Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Center, Athens || Exhibition: Dimitris Andreadis ~ Hemlock

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The Field Museum || Exhibition: The Greeks. Agamemnon to Alexander The Great || until 10.04.2016

See more than 500 artifacts from ancient Greece at The Field Museum

Explore epic stories from the perspectives of the ancient Greeks
themselves, including men and women known to us through historical
accounts, mythological tales, and the archaeological record.

Source: The Field Museum

Canadian Museum for Human Rights || Exhibition: XOXO: An Exhibit About Love and Forgiveness || until 03.01.2016

XOXO: An Exhibit About Love and Forgiveness is for children and families. This is an exhibit about feelings. It will be fun and sometimes scary. You will play, act silly, consider what makes you sad, mad and happy, think about love and think about forgiveness.

You’ll also ask questions, listen and learn more about the people with you. You will definitely share, connect, converse, think and feel. Find out more about this family-friendly exhibit perfect for kids of all ages.

We reserve the right to restrict admitting adults who are not accompanied by children into the XOXO exhibit. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult to enter and exit the exhibit.

Complimentary museum admission does not include admission to the XOXO exhibition.

The XOXO exhibition will be closed on Free Wednesday evenings from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The XOXO exhibition will be open and admission will be free on International Human Rights Day, December 10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Frissiras Museum || Exhibition: Elles | until 03.07.2016

Frissiras museum, presents from 9 December 2015 till 03 July 2016, at the building of 3 Monis Asteriou, an exhibition which will pay an extended tribute to the European women painters of the second half of the 20th century, from its collections. The aim of this exhibition, which includes works by 67 female artists from the Frissiras collection, is to pay homage to the sex that has contributed silently, but decisively in the formation of contemporary art, stepping out of the background and has demonstrated truly that art is sexless. Participating artists: Angeli Io, Asargiotaki Kalliopi. Baillon Agnes. Bigaj Beata. Boviatsou Labrini, Briskola Soula, Calbari Christina, Chadoulou Katerina, Chrisochoou Sissy, Dixon Jane, Djurdjevic Biljana, Driffield Rebecca, Filopoulou Maria, Frantzola Evita, Georgiopoulou Vicky, Giannakaki Maria, Glowacka Viola, Gonou Eirini, Halkidou Stamatia, Hay Susan, Kafida Ioanna, Kapezanou Stella, Kassi Marigo, Kastori Kalli, Katraki Vasso, Katsampani Ohta Artemis, Katsoulidi Marianna, Kontogiannopoulou Leda, Krystalla Aspasia, Kyriazi Pelagia, Lampe Katinka, Latinopoulou Athina, Litti Afroditi, Loutz Frederique, Marouda Kalliroi, Mavridou Eva, Michailou Eleni, Michalakopoulou Eleni, Michali Olivia, Moraiti Eleni, Mytara Harikleia, Papadimitriou Elena, Pasquali Beatrice, Paul Celia, Pavlopoulou Eleni, Perat Emmanuelle, Pouyandeh Nazanin, Rangou Rania, Rego Paula, Romanou Chryssa, Russel Victoria, Schleime Cornelia, Siebert Uta, Soutoglou Efi, Stamatiadi Daniela, Stefanou Marianna, Szczekan Ewa, Theodoropoulou Elina, Tsakali Anna Maria, Verebics Agnes, Verghi Chryssa, Vlahaki Marilitsa, Wang Jojo, Xafopoulou Alexia, Xiang Shi, Zamboura Marilena.

Source: Frissiras Museum, Athens

Geffrye Museum || Exhibition: Christmas Past. 400 Years Of Seasonal Traditions In English Homes || until 03.01.2016

Enrich your Christmas festivities with a visit to this well-loved exhibition which gives a magical glimpse into how Christmas has been celebrated in English homes through the centuries. Authentic festive decorations transform the period rooms, bringing to life many rich and vibrant traditions of Christmas past, from feasting, dancing and kissing under the mistletoe to playing parlour games, hanging up stockings, sending cards and decorating the tree.

Throughout the exhibition, festive food will be served in the café and visitors can hunt for gifts and cards in the shop. Read the press release here.

Source: Geffrye Museum