Language/s: English Chapter Heading/s: ICI Perspectives in Curating - Kate FOWLE Acknowledgments The Lure 1. What is Contemporary Curatorial Thought? 2. Shifting the Exhibitionary Complex 3. Artists as Curators/Curators as Artists 4. Curating Contemporaneity 5. Curatorial Practice Now The Infrastructural United States Published by: Independent Curators International (New York - United States) Year of Publication: 2012 No. of Pages: 271 ISBN / ISSN: 9780916365868
Suppressed for decades under Soviet rule, Russian photography is back in the frame, largely thanks to the energies of Olga Sviblova. Viv Groskop meets the former street sweeper who has the ear of oligarchs
Title: "Ten Years Travel around the world ... Over 140 ... illustrations ... Introduction by ... E. J. Scott" Author: WELLS, Sarah Furnas. Contributor: SCOTT, E. J. Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10024.f.20." Page: 677 Place of Publishing: West Milton, Ohio Date of Publishing: 1885 Publisher: Morning Star Publishing Co. Issuance: monographic Identifier: 003886589
This edition of On-Curating.org deals with aspects of the public sphere, public space, and public art in seven different metropolises around the world. The point of departure was a competition that was held for a master plan for public art in the new Europaallee district in the centre of Zurich, the first such plan in Switzerland.
Renaud Proch on Independent Curators International (ICI)
“I want to create a museum where people have the space and time to think about what they are seeing,” Saillard says. “That’s the beauty of museums. You can spend all day there, knowing that no one will chase you away.”
Art installation by Tomas Saraceno, Venice Biennale, 2009 As mentioned in Bruno Latours “Networks, Societies, Spheres: Reflections of an Actor network Theorist” * Keynote speech for the INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON NETWORK THEORY: NETWORK MULTIDIMENSIONALITY IN THE DIGITAL AGE 19th February 2010 Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Los Angeles http://www.bruno-latour.fr/sites/default/files/121-CASTELLS-GB.pdf