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curate

1. a clergyman appointed to assist a parish priest
2. a clergyman who has the charge of a parish (curate-in-charge)
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Language buckles under the strain of bringing the illusion of coherence to that lot, and in darker moments, one may end up wondering whether "contemporary curating thinking," to take one of Smith's combinations, really exists.
Curating the organization's position statements in a single place can serve employees in a variety of ways.
This sense of sheer boundlessness is something that Hopps himself explored in a few instances of what might be termed "extreme curating.
5 percent see professional editors curating news as beneficial as they facilitate an easier way to get the most important news and information.
Soon he was writing reviews for Artforum, organizing loquacious dinners at Barocco, and curating memorable shows.
Fortunately, sensitive curating of the individual segments proved more powerful than their overall tendency to work at cross-purposes.
Jan-Erik Lundstrom, director of the BildMuseet, had met Enwezor in South Africa in 1997, when Enwezor was curating the second Johannesburg Biennale.
JF: I came to curating through the alternative-space movement in the late '70s and early '80s, when much of my early work was devoted to providing opportunities for artists.
RR: Another root for curating is "to care for," which I think makes sense if you consider it in an expanded sense.
Tiravanija succeeds by thwarting the curating of many of his objects: If his wok is not continually used it will rust or grow fungus; if his plants, his bamboo tree, are put into archival storage, they'll die.
HUO: This year you are also curating "58/98: Two Hours Wide, Two Hours Long," the contemperary-art section of the exhibition "Fascinating Faces of Flanders," which opens in Lisbon on June 28 as part of the Universal Exhibition.
DB: You've said you consider curating an equivalent to critical work.