Curating Subjects

ISBN 13: 9780949004161

Curating Subjects

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In a contemporary art world increasingly becoming just another obedient sector of the capitalist entertainment industry, it is encouraging to see that a critical spirit is still analyzing the past, present and possible future role of curators and art exhibitions, whether as experimental laboratory, as social analysis, as temporary site, as studio, as political resistance or as pedagogic tool. From the curator as museum employee to the curator as collaborator, as facilitator, as militant activist or as artist-in-chief, a collection of texts which will certainly mark out the range of problems needing to be answered. --Seth Siegelaub

Curating Subjects well represents O Neill s collaborative, inclusive and wide-ranging way of working and thinking. The result is a book that opens windows and doors in all directions and forces us to look across vistas we knew existed, but had chosen to ignore. Curatorial practice has morphed, diversified and multiplied in ways none of us could have foreseen: here we see the multiple avenues and even rivers of possibility open out before us, and, in addition, it is a good read. --AA Bronson

Curating Subjects well represents O Neill s collaborative, inclusive and wide-ranging way of working and thinking. The result is a book that opens windows and doors in all directions and forces us to look across vistas we knew existed, but had chosen to ignore. Curatorial practice has morphed, diversified and multiplied in ways none of us could have foreseen: here we see the multiple avenues and even rivers of possibility open out before us, and, in addition, it is a good read. --AA Bronson

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This sleek and serious anthology of new curatorial writing features contributions from leading international curators, artists and critics including Julie Ault, Soren Andreasen & Lars Bang Larsen, Carlos Basualdo, Dave Beech & Mark Hutchinson, Irene Calderoni, Anshuman Das Gupta & Grant Watson, Clementine Deliss, Eva Diaz, Claire Doherty, Okwui Enwezor, Annie Fletcher, Liam Gillick, Jens Hoffmann, Robert Nickas, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Sarah Pierce, Simon Sheikh, Mary Anne Staniszewski, Andrew Wilson and Mick Wilson. Put together by the curator-critic Paul O'Neill, Curating Subjects, documents the inter-dependent relationships between the curatorial past, present and speculative futures and, instead of following the convention of curators writing about themselves, invites the authors to provide a text about the curatorial work of others. The result is an eclectic volume of accessible responses that provides a pluralistic and dynamic curatorial discourse where critical essays, theoretical explorations, propositions, historical overviews, interviews, exhibition critiques and fictional accounts sit side by side. Essential reading for students and professionals alike.

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Buchbeschreibung De Appel Amsterdam. 2007. 229 p. Paperback. Artikel-Nr. 91859

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