Compose a 3250 words assignment on key ideas in art and design. Needs to be plagiarism free! Expanding from its original, largely external methods, contemporary artwork theory now internalizes artwork exhibition critique (HETLAND 2013, pp. 152). In this sense, artwork exhibition critique is internalized once again with the potential for use by visitor-agents. In doing so –and by holding artists accountable to their ideologies – it offers a valuable tool for the benefit of agents within the exhibition field.In its broadest sense, artwork exhibition is concerned with the theoretical approach to any individual or collective human activity related to the preservation, interpretation and communication of our cultural and natural heritage, and with the social context in which an object relationship takes place. Although the field of the exhibition is much broader than the study of the artwork itself, its main focus remains the functions, the activities and the role in society of artwork exhibition. The complexities of the artwork give rise to critical issues which serve as the object of study. These are history and development. relation exhibition, and to socio exclusion. the representation of cultures. property and ownership. the poetics of display. material culture and historical documentation. tradition, innovation, and self-reflexivity in artwork practice (GAROIAN 2013 PP 69). Artwork exhibition critique is a term often used to refer to certain forms of art characterized by the use of the artists as the subject of investigation. This research paper looks at the practice of artwork critique in its use as both an artistic and exhibition-professional methodology. Firstly, the term exhibition requires the art of critique as an umbrella term to describe artistic responses to anything from the art market to local or national governments, academia, sponsors, exhibition, galleries and the artistic practice itself. Whilst recognizing their inextricable symbiotic relationship to all of these entities, the artistic subjects referred to in this paper are specifically exhibitions unless otherwise stated.&nbsp.