The document below, being circulated by the Kamloops Art Gallery in Canada, poses some incisive questions that many cultural institutions, not just museums in small cities, are facing. Input from curators on some of these issues would greatly benefit this study. Full text follows: Dynamic Art Museums in Small Cities The Board of Trustees of the Kamloops Art Gallery, a […]

Internationally renowned Turkish curator Fulya Erdemci joins New Zealand’s Danae Mossman to form the curatorial partnership for Art & Industry’s 5th SCAPE 2008 Biennial of Art in Public Space. The Art & Industry Biennial Trust with Director Deborah McCormick are delighted to announce the pairing of Fulya Erdemci and Danae Mossman. Fulya Erdemci brings a wealth of international experience to […]

I’m proud to announce the (semi-recent) launch of my latest curatorial effort. In-Site Montreal is a collection of site-specific art presented on the portal pages of five wireless internet hotspots in the Ile Sans Fil network. Artists Nicolas Fleming, Maria Legault, and Virginie Laganiere have created art works that can be viewed simply by logging in to the Ile Sans […]

Two articles came out over the weekend featuring two curators: Fumio Nanjo and Douglas Fogle. Nanjo is the curator of the Singapore Biennale that opened today. Fogle is the curator of the 2008 Carnegie International. Both articles had the curators speaking about the influence of the city on the shows they curated (or in Fogle’s case, the show he is […]