Art exhibitions ranked by total visitorship in 2011 (in 1,000s)

Total visitorship of art exhibitions worldwide 2011 The statistic ranks art exhibitions worldwide according to the total visitorship in 2011. The exhibition "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (May 4 - August 7, 2012) had a total visitorship of about 662 thousand.
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Number of visitors (in thousands)
Abstract Expressionist New York
(Museum of Modern Art, New York - Oct 03, 2010 - Apr 25, 2011)
1,159
Claude Monet (1840-1926)
(Grand Palais, Paris - Sep 22, 2010 - Jan 24, 2011)
913
Landscape Reunited
(National Palace Museums, Taipei - Jun 02 - Sep 05)
848
Counter Space
(Museum of Modern Art, New York - Sep 15, 2010 - May 02, 2011)
821
Tutankhamun and Golden Age of the Pharaohs
(Melbourne Museum, Melbourne - Apr 08 - Dec 04)
796
The Saved Gods of the Palace of Tell Halaf
(Pergamonmuseum, Berlin - Jan 28 - Aug 14)
780
Newspeak: British Art Now Part II
(Saatchi Gallery, London - Oct 27, 2010 - April 30, 2011)*
709
Bill Fontana/The More Things Change
(SFMoMA, San Francisco - Nov 20, 2010 - Nov 6. 2011)
707
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty
(Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - May 04 - Aug 07)
662
Te Ao Maori: Maori Treasures
(Shanghai Museum, Shanghai - July 21 - Nov 06)*
611
The Magical World of Escher
(Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio - Jan 18 - Mar 27)*
574
Kukai's World: the Arts of Esoteric Buddhism
(Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo - Jul 20 - Sep 25)
550
Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture
(Saatchi Gallery, London - May 27 - Oct 16)
548
Mariko Mori: Oneness
(Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio - Apr 17 - Jul 17)*
538
Laurie Anderson
(Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio - Mar 29 - Jun 26)*
536
Luminous Interval: Daskalopoulos Collection
(Guggenheim, Bilbao - Apr 12 - Sep 11)
532
The Prado Museum at the Hermitage
(State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg - Feb 25 - May 29)
530
To Make a World: Ault and 1940s America
(SAAM, Washington - Mar 11 - Sep 05)*
523
Alexis Rockman: a Fable for Tomorrow
(SAAM, Washington - Nov 19, 2010 - May 08, 2011)*
522
German Expressionism: the Graphic Impulse
(Museum of Modern Art, New York - Mar 27 - Jul 11)
501
Number of visitors (in thousands)
Abstract Expressionist New York
(Museum of Modern Art, New York - Oct 03, 2010 - Apr 25, 2011)
1,159
Claude Monet (1840-1926)
(Grand Palais, Paris - Sep 22, 2010 - Jan 24, 2011)
913
Landscape Reunited
(National Palace Museums, Taipei - Jun 02 - Sep 05)
848
Counter Space
(Museum of Modern Art, New York - Sep 15, 2010 - May 02, 2011)
821
Tutankhamun and Golden Age of the Pharaohs
(Melbourne Museum, Melbourne - Apr 08 - Dec 04)
796
The Saved Gods of the Palace of Tell Halaf
(Pergamonmuseum, Berlin - Jan 28 - Aug 14)
780
Newspeak: British Art Now Part II
(Saatchi Gallery, London - Oct 27, 2010 - April 30, 2011)*
709
Bill Fontana/The More Things Change
(SFMoMA, San Francisco - Nov 20, 2010 - Nov 6. 2011)
707
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty
(Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - May 04 - Aug 07)
662
Te Ao Maori: Maori Treasures
(Shanghai Museum, Shanghai - July 21 - Nov 06)*
611
The Magical World of Escher
(Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio - Jan 18 - Mar 27)*
574
Kukai's World: the Arts of Esoteric Buddhism
(Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo - Jul 20 - Sep 25)
550
Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture
(Saatchi Gallery, London - May 27 - Oct 16)
548
Mariko Mori: Oneness
(Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio - Apr 17 - Jul 17)*
538
Laurie Anderson
(Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio - Mar 29 - Jun 26)*
536
Luminous Interval: Daskalopoulos Collection
(Guggenheim, Bilbao - Apr 12 - Sep 11)
532
The Prado Museum at the Hermitage
(State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg - Feb 25 - May 29)
530
To Make a World: Ault and 1940s America
(SAAM, Washington - Mar 11 - Sep 05)*
523
Alexis Rockman: a Fable for Tomorrow
(SAAM, Washington - Nov 19, 2010 - May 08, 2011)*
522
German Expressionism: the Graphic Impulse
(Museum of Modern Art, New York - Mar 27 - Jul 11)
501
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The statistic ranks art exhibitions worldwide according to the total visitorship in 2011. The exhibition "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (May 4 - August 7, 2012) had a total visitorship of about 662 thousand.
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Release date
December 2011
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2011
Supplementary notes
* Entrance to the exhibition and the museum was free.

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