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curator

Law chiefly Scots a guardian of a minor, mentally ill person, etc.
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A stack piece, for example, can in principle be translated into anything; it therefore isn't much of a curatorial device.
This funding is awarded to a cutting-edge curatorial project each year.
It is the result of a finely calibrated effort to rethink the Metropolitans entire approach to the field of modern art--in effect, to seek its future curatorial course in the roots of modern art itself," notes de Montebello.
But any attempt to consider how particular movements interacted, overlapped and influenced each other, or the critical effect of migration (for instance the importance of the European emigre contribution to art and architecture in America since the Second World War) is simply not entertained, because of the curatorial urge to obsessively compartmentalize and liberate art from the supposedly moribund corset of chronology.
A new managing director, Dan Mayer, replaced Sara Pasti, who has been named director of curatorial affairs at the Henry Art Gallery.
The book considers curation and curators as objects for criticism; though contributors share a horror of both education and spectacle, they agree the proper goal of curatorial practice is to draw attention to the spectacle and narrative of curating (rather than to the curated objects or events).
A luxury grand prize is on the line for players, but the real winners are the ROM curatorial staff--all event proceeds support the ROM Research Fund, a primary source of funding for critical curatorial research.
Participants--the expansive list features Amy Yao, Hank Willis Thomas, and Xaviera Simmons--were chosen in part via the institution's new Studio Visit website, thus saving the curatorial team a trek around a thousand-odd actual workspaces.
NEW YORK--The International Curatorial Space is a new venture that provides a turnkey gallery space to local, national and international galleries, curators and private dealers who would like the exposure of bringing their artists and vision to the New York art community without the continued financial commitment of operating a retail gallery/exhibition space on a permanent basis.