Index of Titles Filed Under 'Curating'

Part 1: Anthony Elms (with introductions by Ellen Alderman and Gordon Hall) Part 2: Andy Roche Part 3: Edie Fake Press Release Download Poster (11″ x 17″, 300 dpi) Introductory reading “Radical Coherency” by David Antin (.pdf)
Artistic and curatorial practices can be seen as the prime testimonies of transformative movements—on the one hand situated in a specific site and region, and on the other, transgressing disciplines, classes, norms—proposing new forms and relations of living and establishing these practices (building centres along the way) but at the same time always changing their positions, never staying at the centre, but instead unfolding on the periphery of social life. In this OnCurating Issue, we searched for and researched projects and institutions that hold at their core something between the lines of centres–peripheries with their transversal practices and modus operandi. For ...
A curatorial archive is much more than a curator’s archive; it is also an instrument and working place for the curator and/or the institution that hosts the archive. This publication aims to promote the idea that curatorial archives should be considered not only as resources for objective research, but also as systems or operational structures where curatorial visions are set out. In other words, a place where practice is expressed and takes shape; a salon where it is possible to enter into discussion with individual and collective methodologies…
The site of curatorial production has been expanded to include the space of the Internet and the focus of curatorial attention has been extended from the object to processes to dynamic network systems. As a result, curatorial work has become more widely distributed between multiple agents, including technological networks and software. This upgraded ‘operating system’ of art presents new possibilities of online curating that is collective and distributed – even to the extreme of a self-organising system that curates itself. The curator is part of this entire system but not central to it. The subtitle of the book makes reference ...
This draft edition of OnCurating began life by a group of scholars and researchers asking a series of questions about the nature of art production and curating today and what role, if any, biennials play within this paradigm. We wanted to examine and question the underlying assumptions and factors that are generally attributed to the rise in the number of large-scale recurring exhibitions and create a draft-working document that may spur further research and analyses by practitioners and scholars in the field. Is the biennial format really a worldwide phenomena? And if so, to what extent? Do biennials look the ...
On this episode of Explain Me we discuss a disastrous curator conference at SVA titled “Curatorial Activism and the Politics of Shock”, the Miami art fairs, and three shows— “Talon Rouge: Six Mexican Artists Revisit José Juan Tablada and His New York Circle” at PROXYCO, “Johnny Abrahams: Threnody” at The Hole and “Molly Zuckerman-Hartung: Learning Artist” and “Maryam Hoseini Of Strangers and Parrots” at Rachel Uffner.
PublisherEven Magazine2017
Hosts Rebecca Siegel and Abby Sandler discuss this week’s Go See: Modigliani Unmasked, on view at the Jewish Museum. In Critical Conversations, editor-in-chief Jason Farago is joined by Palme d’Or-winning director Ruben Östlund to discuss his new film The Square. For the Even 8, Rebecca and Abby are joined by Swiss Institute director Simon Castets.
PublisherEven Magazine2018
On episode 11 of Hidden Noise, hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel head to MoMA for “Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil.” For Critical Conversations, Even editor Jason Farago is joined by artist Sean Landers to discuss his current exhibition at Petzel Gallery.
PublisherEven Magazine2018
On episode 12 of Hidden Noise, hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel head to the Whitney for “Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables” and “Zoe Leonard: Survey.” The hosts are then joined by Emma Enderby, curator at The Shed, to discuss the forthcoming programming at the eagerly anticipated institution.
PublisherEven Magazine2018
On the season finale of Hidden Noise, hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel head to the Neue Galerie for “Before the Fall: German and Austrian Art of the 1930’s.” Then, to close out the season the hosts will be joined by two distinguished guests for the Even 8: JiaJia Fei from the Jewish Museum and Daniel S. Palmer from Public Art Fund.
PublisherEven Magazine2017
On episode 5 of Hidden Noise, hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel close out the year with a trip to the Bronx Museum for “Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitect.” In Critical Conversations, editor Jason Farago is joined by painter Jacqueline Humphries to discuss her current show at Greene Naftali. For the Even 8, the hosts welcome MoMA PS1 chief curator Peter Eleey.
PublisherEven Magazine2018
On episode 7 of Hidden Noise, hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel venture up to 125th Street for “Arthur Mitchell: Harlem’s Ballet Trailblazer,” on view at the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Gallery, now located in Columbia University’s Lenfest Center for the Arts. Then, Artadia director Carolyn Ramo joins the hosts to discuss the non-profit before diving into the Even 8.
PublisherEven Magazine2018
On episode 9 of Hidden Noise, hosts Abby Sandler and Rebecca Siegel discuss this weeks Go See: “Peter Hujar: Speed of Life” at the Morgan Library and Museum. In Critical Conversations, Even editor Jason Farago speaks to painter Amy Sillman. For the Even 8, the hosts are joined by The Kitchen’s executive director and chief curator Tim Griffin.
Episode 5: Language Chus Martínez and Quinn Latimer reflecting on ideal working conditions and the use of language. Promise No Promises is a podcasts series produced by the Women’s Center for Excellence, a research project between the Art Institute and the Instituto Susch—a joint venture with Grażyna Kulczyk and Art Stations Foundation CH. The Women’s Center for Excellence is conceived as a think tank tasked to assess, develop, and propose new social languages and methods to understand the role of women in the arts, culture, science, and technology, as well as in all knowledge areas that are interconnected with the field of culture today.
In continuing our season-long exploration of the question “What makes great art?” co-hosts Lauren Wetmore and Sky Goodden speak to essential voices about what are we seeking – and so often missing – in our experience of art. What follows is an interview with the British-Ghanaian curator, critic, and art historian Osei Bonsu. Based in Paris and London, Bonsu focuses on transnational histories of art. In conversation with Lauren Wetmore, he contemplates how we have exchanged a generosity of thought for a culture of transaction, and how the experience of meeting great art can be ahistorical – out of place ...
Episode 8: Networks This episode is based on the Symposium on feminism, witches, art and pedagogy, around the exhibition of Doris Stauffer at Centre culturel Suisse in Paris in April 2019. The guests speakers are Bice Curiger, Mara Züst and Simone Koller, moderated by Claire Hoffmann.
PublisherAsia Art Archive2017
Zoe Butt formerly of Sàn Art in Ho Chi Minh City, and facilitator of AAA’s 2011 Mobile Library programme in Vietnam, contributed a text to AAA’s e-journal Field Notes. Butt looks at Practising Friendship as a platform that is integral to the longevity of particular kinds of arts infrastructures. Concentrating on those considered independent, ‘alternative,’ and archival in spirit, Butt also investigates a method of working strategically under conditions with political or cultural restrictions.
PublisherAsia Art Archive2017
Pakistan-based artist Rashid Rana inquired into the possibilities of fiction to construct multiple pasts through notes, images, and schematic representations of his collaborative work-in- progress Present Elsewhere.
Queer Theory understands gender and sexuality as relational constructs, subject to significant historical and cultural variation. Refusing to stabilize these variations into any singular norm, queer curating thus presents a challenge to the museum as a normalizing, meaning-making entity and asks how these concerns can be addressed in museum-practices, that have, for the most part, silently and unknowingly reproduced and solidified contemporary heteronormative structures and desires. How have queer issues, queer curators, and queer exhibitions at one and the same time both shaken the foundations of traditional curatorial practice, and found their potential for intervention papered over or silenced? How ...
Na Kim is a graphic designer based in Seoul and Berlin. She’s a member of Table Union, was responsible for the design of Graphic magazine from 2009 to 2011 and was artistic director of the Fikra Graphic Design Biennial with Prem Krishnamurthy and Emily Smith. In this episode, Jarrett and Na talk about her journey to graphic design, the self-reflexivity in her work, and the relationships between curating and design.
Prem Krishnamurthy is a designer, curator, and writer. He is a founding principle, with Adam Michaels, of the New York design studio Project Projects and founder and curator of P!, an experimental exhibition space in New York’s Chinatown. Additionally, Prem is an editor for the art journal Paper Monument and on the board of directors for Triple Canopy. In August, I visited Project Projects’s office to talk with Prem about these range of projects. Over the course of the conversation, we talk about the relationship between design and writing, the role of authorship, the false divide between form and content, ...
Rory Hyde is an architect, curator and writer based in London. His work is focuses on new forms of design practice, and redefining the role of the designer today. Currently, he’s Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Urbanism at the Victoria and Albert Museum and is the author of the book, Future Practice, a collection of interviews about the edge of architecture. In this wide-ranging conversation, Rory and I talk about his early career as an architect and interning at Volume magazine, the differences between practice and curation, and the types of design criticism he’s drawn to and wants to see ...
Vera Sacchetti is a design critic and curator. She’s currently the co-curator of TEOK Basel, one-half of the curatorial initiative Foreign Legion, and was the associate curator of the 4th Istanbul Biennial. Her writing has appeared in Domus, Disegno, Metropolis, and the Avery Review. She is a graduate of SVA’s Design Criticism program. In this episode, Jarrett and Vera talk about her move from designer to critic, her curatorial approach, and the process for assembling the Istanbul Biennial under the theme “A School of Schools”.
Diana C. Betancourt is a Los Angeles-born curator based in Mumbai who has been working across South Asia since 2010. She is the Artistic Director of the Samdani Art Foundation in Dhaka and the Chief Curator of the Dhaka Art Summit. We speak about her entrance into the art world, the influence of arts within South Asia, and the important role of expanding artistic relationships inside and outside of the region.
Emily speaks to her role as a Curatorial assistant at MOMA, and her work on the Robert Rauschenberg retrospective Among Friends. We also discuss the work of Eleanor Anton and the exhibition Multiple Occupancy: Eleanor Antin’s “Selves”, curated by Emily in 2013.

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