Author: Sarah Van RuyskensveldePublish On: 2021-09-07
Further, it has also been documented by Maura Reilly in Curatorial Activism. Towards an ethics of curating that exhibitions which do tackle white privilege and western-centrism are generally criticized for being overtly preoccupied with ...
Author: Sarah Van Ruyskensvelde
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
This volume brings together important theoretical and methodological issues currently being debated in the field of history of education. The contributions shed insightful and critical light on the historiography of education, on issues of de-/colonization, on the historical development of the educational sciences and on the potentiality attached to the use of new and challenging source material.
Author: Carlos Garrido CastellanoPublish On: 2022-06-15
Reilly, M., Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating (London: Thames & Hudson Ltd, 2018). Thompson, R. F., 'Afro-Modernism', Artforum International, 30/1 (1991), 91–4. Zaya, O., Yinka Shonibare Mbe, El futuro del pasado (Las ...
Author: Carlos Garrido Castellano
Publisher: University of Wales Press
Combining postcolonial studies, curating and contemporary art, this book surveys the role played by artistic curatorship and contemporary art museums in the shaping of identities and cultural planning in contemporary Iberia. The book’s main hypothesis is that contemporary art has been pivotal in the construction of contemporary Iberia, a process marked by the attention paid (in heterogeneous, not always satisfactory ways) to the entanglement of the legacies of colonialism and the present-day status of Iberian territories as cosmopolitan societies now integrated in the European Union. We argue that, at least from the 1990s, curating emerged as a key activity for Iberian societies to display and configure an image of themselves as modern and fully integrated in the European cultural landscape. Such an image, however, had to cope with the legacies of colonialism and the profound socioeconomic transformations of these societies. This book is concerned with bringing together, while redefining and expanding, Iberian and curatorial studies.
The Curatorial: A Philosophy of Curating, London: Bloomsbury, pp. 97–103. Rand, S. and Kouris, H. (eds.) (2007) Cautionary Tales: Critical Curating, New York: Apex Art. Reilly, M. (2018) Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of ...
Author: Janet Marstine
Category: Social Science
Curating Art provides insight into some of the most socially and politically impactful curating of historical and contemporary art since the late 1990s. It offers up a museological framework for understanding watershed developments of curating in art museums. Representing the plurality of theory and practice around the expanded field of relational curating, the book focuses on curating that prioritises the quality of relationships between people and objects, between institutions and people and among people. It has wide international breadth, with particularly strong representation in East and Southeast Asia, including four papers never before translated into English. This Asian cluster illuminates the globalisation of the field and challenges dichotomies of East and West while acknowledging distinctions within specific, but often transnational, cultural spheres. The compelling philosophical perspectives and case studies included within Curating Art will be of interest to students and researchers studying curating, exhibition development and art museums. The book will also inspire current and emerging curators to pose challenging but important questions about their own practice and the relationships that this work sustains.
Maura Reilly, Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating (New York: Thames & Hudson, 2018). 16. Lucy R. Lippard, “Foreword,” in Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating, edited by Maura Reilly (New York: Thames ...
Author: Amelia Nelson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Category: Business & Economics
The New Art Museum Library addresses the issues facing today's art museum libraries through a series of scholarly essays written by top librarians in the field. In 2007, the publication, Art Museum Libraries and Librarianship, edited by Joan Benedetti, was the first to solely focus on the field of art museum librarianship. In the decade since then, many changes have occurred in the field--both technological and ideological--prompting the need for a follow-up publication. In addition to representing current thinking and practice, this new publication also addresses the need to clearly articulate and define the art museum library’s value within its institution. It documents the broad changes in the environment that art museum libraries now function within and to celebrate the many innovative initiatives that are flourishing in this new landscape. Librarians working in art museum face unique challenges as museums redefine what object-based, visitor-centric learning looks like in the 21st century. These unique challenges mean that art museum libraries are developing new strategies and initiatives so that they can continue to thrive in this environment. The unique nature of these initiatives mean that they will be useful to librarians working in a wide range of special libraries, as well as more broadly in academic and public libraries. The New Art Museum Library is uniquely positioned to present new strategies and initiatives including digital art history initiatives, the new norms in art museum library staffing, and the public programing priorities that are core to many art museum libraries today. This book is an endorsed project of ARLIS/NA.
Online. javettup.art/news/press-releases/response-by-the-curator-andresearch-team-of-collaborators-of-the-exhibition-all-in-days-eye-thepolitics-of-innocence-in-the-javett- ... M. (2018) Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating,
Author: Janet Marstine
Category: Political Science
Curating Under Pressure breaks the silence surrounding curatorial self-censorship and shows that it is both endemic to the practice and ubiquitous. Contributors map the diverse forms such self-censorship takes and offer creative strategies for negotiating curatorial integrity. This is the first book to look at pressures to self-censor and the curatorial responses to these pressures from a wide range of international perspectives. The book offers examples of the many creative strategies that curators deploy to negotiate pressures to self-censor and gives evidence of curators’ political acumen, ethical sagacity and resilience over the long term. It also challenges the assumption that self-censorship is something to be avoided at all costs and suggests that a decision to self-censor may sometimes be politically and ethically imperative. Curating Under Pressure serves as a corrective to the assumption that censorship pressures render practitioners impotent. It demonstrates that curatorial practice under pressure offers inspiring models of agency, ingenuity and empowerment. Curating Under Pressure is a highly original and intellectually ambitious volume and as such will be of great interest to students and academics in the areas of museum studies, curatorial and gallery studies, art history, studio art and arts administration. The book will also be an essential tool for museum practitioners.
The Curation of Indigenous Contemporary Art in Brazil Thea Pitman ... Maura Reilly's Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating (2018) also argues strongly for better representation of works by female, LGBTQI+ and non-White ...
Author: Thea Pitman
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
Explores the scope that there is for Indigenous curatorial agency in the relationship of Indigenous contemporary art with the 'art world'.
22 The Citizen Curator Project facilitated several projects and exhibitions, which were exhibited online, in the John C. Hitt ... 23 Maura Reilly, Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating (London: Thames & Hudson, 2018), 22.
Author: Eliza Steinbock
This book examines how renewed forms of artistic activism were developed in the wake of the neoliberal repression since the 1980s. The volume shows the diverse ways in which artists have sought to confront systemic crises around the globe, searching for new and enduring forms of building communities and reimagining the political horizon. The authors engage in a dialogue with these artistic efforts and their histories – in particular the earlier artistic activism that was developed during the civil rights era in the 1960s and 70s – providing valuable historical insight and new conceptual reflection on the future of aesthetic resilience. This book will be of interest to scholars in contemporary art, history of art, film and literary studies, protest movements, and social movements.
Author: Alejandra Alonso TakPublish On: 2020-08-24
Reilly, Maura, Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating, London: Thames & Hudson, 2018. Richardson, Jim, Should Museums be Activists?, https://www.museumnext.com/2017/04/should-museumsbe-activists/ (accessed April 20, 2019).
Author: Alejandra Alonso Tak
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Art museums today face the challenge of opening themselves up as institutions to a changing society. This publication offers new perspectives on museological trends that are developing in various countries and cultures. Through increasingly flexible, inclusive and unexpected museum typologies, institutions aim to give their visitors greater access to art. The essays define the role of the museum as a medium of social change, as a protagonist in an education process and as a technologically innovative platform. Art historians, but also practitioners from the museum world – including curators, architects and psychologists – examine what is expected of art museums using case studies and against the background of the humanities and social sciences.
Author: Theopisti Stylianou-LambertPublish On: 2022-01-14
'What Is Curatorial Activism?' Artnews, 7 November 2017. Retrieved 1 October 2020 from https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/what-is-curatorial-activ ism-9271/. ———. 2018. Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating.
Author: Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert
Publisher: Berghahn Books
How can emerging technologies display, reveal and negotiate difficult, dissonant, negative or undesirable heritage? Emerging technologies in museums have the potential to reveal unheard or silenced stories, challenge preconceptions, encourage emotional responses, introduce the unexpected, and overall provide alternative experiences. By examining varied theoretical approaches and case studies, authors demonstrate how “awkward”, contested, and rarely discussed subjects and stories are treated – or can be potentially treated - in a museum setting with the use of the latest technology.