In the absence of administrators with strong voices and clear visions, curating
risks being marginalized: another patch on a system that isn't working well to begin with.
Or an alternative degree might be followed by a masters in art history or curating
. Of much more questionable value is an undergraduate degree in curating
--a relatively new phenomenon.
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Leaders, though, are thinking bigger and adopting the CARE model: curating
successful, integrated app marketplaces while also developing the supporting capabilities to drive behavior change.
By the 1990s, curating
had emerged as a global profession and curators enjoyed art-star status on an international level.
Most fundamentally, the strand of contemporary curating
supported by both O'Neill and Smith has a horror of fixity.
Amurgis, AEP'S director of internal communication, says that curating
the stories "helps employees to better understand the external forces that affect internal decisions.
It's tough explaining just what exactly the Wrong Gallery is (Cattelan, Gioni, and Subotnick started it in a shallow doorway in New York), much less how it's curating
the 4th Berlin Biennale, inexplicably titled "Of Mice and Men." Several months prior to the biennale's opening, the Wrong Gallery made its presence strongly felt with Gagosian Gallery, Berlin: In typically cheeky fashion, the miscreant curators appropriated the international behemoth's name and logotype for an impostor gallery of their own.
his own life full circle, he died of heart failure a few days later.
Just as the key aspect for Dean was the process of curating
(rather than the finished result), for visitors it was also the process of viewing that counted, and they were free to navigate the show as they wanted without feeling obliged to trace Dean's own route.
Nope, not if you follow the "buzz," Of course all of that wouldn't be an insurmountable problem if there were any conceptual probity to Ferguson's curating
. It doesn't take X-ray vision to discern that instead of actual thought, the curating
amounts to a stroking of particular collectors, gallerists, and lackluster heads of MFA programs.
Their choices brought out hitherto unseeable mutual connections--in fact, the two artists ended up collaborating on their curated rooms--and showed just how dopey much curating
's slavishness to "proper" art history is.
Increasingly Matmos have come to refer to their musical process as a form of "curating
," but one that is entirely related to use: The initial choice and arrangement of objects to be sounded determine every practical decision that follows.
An alternate title in this context might have been Game of Curating
. Rather than operate as a critique of the artwork-as-illustration model of curating
, Hoffmann's meta-exhibition only reinforced it.
But the fax had nothing to do with curating
or with Leigh's widely publicized disappearance.