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The curatorial conundrum : what to study? what to research? what to practice?

O'Neill, Paul, 1970- (editor.). Wilson, Mick, (editor.). Steeds, Lucy, (editor.).

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  • ISBN: 9780262529105
  • ISBN: 0262529106
  • Physical Description: print
    263 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
  • Publisher: Feldmeilen, Switzerland ; LUMA Foundation ; 2016.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note: The curatorial conundrum : introduction / Paul O'Neill, Mick Wilson, Lucy Steeds -- What is the future of exhibition histories? Or, toward art in terms of its becoming-public / Lucy Steeds -- Obstacles to exhibition history : institutions, curatorship and the undead nation-state / David Teh -- Under the sycamore tree curating as currency : actions that say something, words that do something / Jelena Vesic and Vladimir Jeric -- Black-British artists and problems of systemic invisibility and eradication : creating exhibition histories of that which is not there / Eddie Chambers -- The paradoxes of autonomy : a site of critique / Nikita Yingqian Cai -- Redrawing global aspirations of exhibition-making from a southern perspective : Latin American Biennial of Sô Paulo (1978) and Coloquio de Arte No-Ojbetual (1981) / Miguel A. Lp̤ez -- On the solo show : from resistance to repression / Joô Ribas -- On the case of curatorial history / Jeannine Tang -- The source of our nobility and our path to the highest things / Luis Camnitzer -- It is reading that counts / Mľanie Bouteloup -- Collectivity, conflict, imagination, transformation / Galit Eilat -- What do you want to know? / What, How & for Whom/WHW -- The incomplete curator : AKA fighting the delineated field / Liam Gillick -- Curation and futurity / Simon Sheikh --
Subject: Museums -- Curatorship -- Philosophy
Art museum curators
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