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curator

Law chiefly Scots a guardian of a minor, mentally ill person, etc.
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AS ARTISTS OVER THE PAST DECADE have revisited earlier works of art--whether to interpret them anew, test their methods of production, or engage their liveness and mediation--curators have likewise revived landmark exhibitions to reassess their effects on the expansion of artistic and curatorial form.
The curatorial would thus parallel Chantal Mouffe's notion of "the political," an aspect of life that cannot be separated from divergence and dissent, a set of practices that disturbs existing power relations.
Rather than replacing Beal, LACMA's board of directors has voted to make Rich responsible for overseeing the museum's curatorial activities while continuing to serve as its top financial officer.
Perhaps sensing the risks inherent in curatorial micro-management, Hoffmann and Pedrosa invoked the brilliant and universally admired Felix Gonzalez-Torres as curatorial alibi, as a kind of meta-artist whose work wasn't actually in the show--the very name of which, "Untitled (12th Istanbul Biennial), 2011/'conjured his artworks' titles--but rather provided a certain ambience and gossamer thematic framework for the five spaces in which one encountered small-scale works by some hundred international artists said to share his interest in broad topics such as abstraction and history.
Fujifilm is proud to revitalize the National Zoo's curatorial program," said Celia Spence, Vice President, Environmental and Safety Affairs, FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation.
But the remarkable quality of work presented here, including compelling contemporary selections and rarely seen pieces by such artists as Dan Graham, Robert Smithson, Jan Dibbets, and James Coleman makes it less a commemoration than a provocative curatorial achievement--though warranting one caveat.
Instead, the trigger and kernel for Morgan's curatorial effort ("Material Time/Work Time/Life Time") is the festival's inclusion of another show: a Dieter Roth retrospective curated by the artist's son, Bjorn Roth.
This summer's fifty-first installment, opening to the public June 12, follows a 2003 version perhaps better remembered for the heat (and humidity) produced by unusually swampy weather than for any light generated by director Francesco Bonami's curatorial strategy.
Just so, Dean released each work's idiosyncrasies and connected each to others, never reducing her choices to bullet points in a curatorial argument.
7, 1999--Experience Music Project has selected Chris Bruce as Director of Curatorial.
It is remarkable to be able to assemble early images of such significant figures in rock history," said Chris Bruce, director of curatorial for EMP.
What I'm trying to do is put together curatorial heads and use the brainpower that surrounds us," she says.