– Nguyen Nhu Huy on ‘Western curators,’ the Singapore Biennale, and Vietnamese contemporary art. Art Radar Asia. – Tanya Toft’s Urban Media Aesthetics promises to research and circulate literature on “artistic and curatorial practices with digital art forms in urban environments.” – Hyperallergic’s An Xiao on San Francisco’s ‘airport art’ – Curating at the Airport: The SFO Museum. – Check […]

– Where Scotland’s cultural leaders are raising the economic argument for arts funding, Tiffany Jenkins charges a “philistine approach that misses the value and point of culture.” – The Globe and Mail has published a great overview of idiosyncratic collector/curator Ydessa Hendeles, whose Art Foundation has closed after 25 years – Artist Nicholas O’Brien and Ian Aleksander Adams (among others) […]

Lauren O’Connell interviews curator Cydney Payton in this edition of Curating.info Conversations. Payton, former director and chief curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, discusses architecture, social space, collaboration and the future of curatorial practice. To create the e-book, we used the Bookleteer platform, which was developed by artist-led studio and think tank Proboscis. To enjoy your copy of […]

Application deadline: November 26, 2012, 10am http://www.metmuseum.org The Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of the world’s finest museums, seeks a specialist in Architecture & Design for the Modern & Contemporary Department. The Associate Curator will participate in research, development and active management of the Modern and Contemporary collection and the Breuer project; initiation of collection displays, major special exhibitions, publications […]

Curatorial practice as it emerged during the twentieth century is being extensively recast. The tremendous change in the status of the object, of culture, of the various disciplines, or information and education, implies an inevitable transformation of the curator’s role and competencies. A renewed interest for curatorial practice has recently emerged within the field of architecture. The Canadian Centre for […]

Apologies for a late Pick ‘N Mix this month… but I had a great excuse. Like many others in the art world, the beginning of June involved being completely absorbed in the Venice Biennale. You can check out my photos from Venice here. – While we’re on the topic of Venice, the Wall Street Journal posted a short interview with […]