Contemporary art curating news and views from Michelle Kasprzak and team

Pick 'N Mix #66

Posted by Mikhel Proulx • Tuesday, April 23. 2013 • Category: Pick 'N Mix

- Curator Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez highlights some of the issues at stake in the Guggenheim Foundation's transnational curatorial endeavours for their UBS MAP Global Art Initiative. Legaspi-Ramirez: “perhaps some collateral pleasure could come out of opening up to more than just tokenistic multiplicity and requisite pleasantries.”

- Julia Halperin has visited the Dallas Museum of Art and recognized a trend in American museums toward membership reform, free entrance, and guards clad in "laid back khaki pants and button-down shirts."

- Caitlin Jones elaborates on the place of expanded cinema and Internet art in the history of contemporary art: Conceptual Blind Spots, Mousse Magazine.

- Whitney Museum photography curator Elisabeth Sussman talks about her curatorial process with iD Magazine: “Some curators work from books and articles that have been written about the artist. I don’t like to do that. If the artist is alive I really would like to learn from them.”

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