– 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 […]

Review: Every Curator’s Handbook – http://pai.sthlm.in/images/Every_Curator’s_Handbook.pdf by Sofia Landström This compendium offers hands-on professional insights wherein different authors from different points of view share experiences from their professional careers as curators. The reader gets a specific and detailed overview of what a curator’s work might look like beyond theory. “Every Curator’s Handbook” deals with multiple curatorial issues from collaborations to […]

Curator of Contemporary Art, The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Deadline: May 8, 2013 The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art seeks to enhance perspectives, inspire community and ignite new ideas at the intersection of art and you. SECCA will be a dynamic center for exploring the best in contemporary art. We see SECCA as a vibrant home and preferred place […]

Curatorial Intern, Contemporary Art (Summer 2013) Deadline: Open until filled BRIC’s contemporary art programs aim to increase the visibility and accessibility of contemporary art while bridging the gap between the art world and global culture in Brooklyn through exhibitions, public events and an innovative arts education program led in schools around the borough. Purpose of Position The Curatorial Intern will […]

Director, Modern Art Oxford Deadline: 1 March, 2013 Modern Art Oxford is a leading organization in the UK for the presentation of contemporary art. The gallery has a strong national and international reputation established over 48 years of influential exhibition-making. Modern Art Oxford has presented the first UK solo exhibitions of work by artists including Joseph Beuys, Donald Judd, Sol […]

Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook. Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media. Cambridge, MA, London, England: The MIT Press, 2010. by Katerina Gkoutziouli “Rethinking Curating. Art After New Media” by Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook has been a much-awaited book for those working in the field of new media and curating. In 2000, the authors launched CRUMB [Curatorial Resource for Upstart […]

The RISD Museum is initiating a search for the position of Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art. A critical position in a unique institution, the Curator will be relied upon for creativity, vision and commitment to the mission and goals of the Museum. The successful applicant will be charged with creating a serious and distinctive exhibition program (with accompanying […]

– Claire Bishop recently wrote for Artforum about the divide between the contemporary art world and the media art world (and how it is perpetuated by many figures, including curators) which kicked off several comments and healthy discussions elsewhere. – Fifteen emerging curators have been nominated for ICI’s Independent Vision Curatorial Award. See their profiles and images from their exhibitions. […]