Curating Art

Curating Art

Hing Kay, Oscar Ho; Marstine, Janet

Taylor & Francis Ltd






15 a 20 dias


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1. Curating as a relational practice

Janet Marstine and Oscar Ho Hing Kay

Part I Expertise

Introduction to Part I

Janet Marstine


2. Curation is Spreading

Hajime Nariai

3. Who is HUO?

David Balzer


4. From connoisseurship to technical art history: the evolution of the interdisciplinary study of art

Maryan W. Ainsworth

Curatorial vision and institutional history

5. 'Electronic Refractions II' at the Studio Museum in Harlem

Susan E. Cahan

6. On quality: curators at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (1935-2010)

Richard Candida-Smith


7. Faked biographies: the remake of antiquities and their sale on the art market

Brigitta Hauser-Schaeublin and Sophorn Kim

8. Renewing Nazi-era provenance research efforts: case studies and recommendations

Nancy Karrels

Exhibition-making and the canon

9. Aestheticized installations for modernism, ethnographic art and objects of everyday life [excerpt]

Mary Anne Staniszewski

10. Eloquent walls and argumentative spaces: displaying late works of Degas

Richard Kendall

11. Feminist perspectives on curating

Dorothee Richter

Linking past to present

12. The Battle over 'The West as America'

Alan Wallach

13. Curating contemporary art: narrating the past and reflecting on the individual and time

Vivian Ting Wing Yan

Part II Engagement

Introduction to Part II

Janet Marstine


14. Masterpieces and the critical museum

Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius

The processes of cultural translation

15. From entangled objects to engaged subjects: knowledge translation and cultural heritage regeneration

Lea S. McChesney

16. The 'fourth world' theory in Wonil Rhee's curating: focusing on post-colonialism

Kim Sung-Ho

Artists as curators

17. The book in which we learn to read: contemporary artists and their place within historical museums

Jasper Sharp

18. Curatorial relationality

Beatrice von Bismarck

19. No good time for an exhibition: reflections on the Picasso in Palestine project, Part I

Michael Baers

Relational practice with publics

20. Other people's stories: bringing public-generated photography into the contemporary art museum

Areti Galani and Alexandra Moschovi

21. The unexpected guest: food and hospitality in contemporary Asian Art

Francis Maravillas

Negotiating the local and the global

22. The right to be wrong

Howard N. Fox

23. Homegrown: The origins of performance art in Myanmar

Nathalie Johnston

24. From object to subject: conceptualizing 'The Future of Tradition-The Tradition of Future'

Avinoam Shalem

Navigating the pressures of censorship

25. Encounters with censorship

Ngugi wa Thiong'o

26. Art is not bioterrorism: the criminalization of critical cultural and intellectual production

Faith Wilding

Part III Platforms

Introduction to Part III

Janet Marstine


27. The roving eye: Southeast Asian art's plural views on self, culture and nation

Iola Lenzi

28. Experiments in integrated programming

Sally Tallant

29. The transmedia museum

Jenny Kidd

Blurring the boundaries between performance, programme and exhibition

30. 'The Play': reassembling African arts in the West'

Joshua I. Cohen

31. Museum for the people? Two joint projects for Haiti and Congo

Bogumil Jewsiewicki

Appropriating the apparatus of the institution

32. Trading Place: Museum of contemporary art

Kao Chien-Hui

33. Mockstitutions

Gregory Sholette

Curating interstitial spaces

34. Invading the medias: Selma and Sofiane Ouissi's 'Dream City'

Rachida Triki

35. Bishan Project: restarting the rural reconstruction movement

Ou Ning

New models of curating in a network culture

36. Reconfiguring curation: noninstitutional new media curating and the politics of cultural production

Patrick Lichty

37. The politics of contemporary curating: a network perspective

Joasia Krysa
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