We at Curating.info are delighted to announce that Emma Brasó, Curating.info Fellow at CCA Glasgow, is now launching the exhibition that she devised during her Fellowship there. Man of the Year Henry Coombes & Carles Congost Curated by Emma Brasó, Curating.info Fellow Opening: Fri 22 November 2013, 7pm – 9pm On view: Sat 23 November 2013 — Sun 26 January […]

Curator of Exhibitions, the Berman Museum Collection Deadline: Accepts proposals until suitable hire is found Summary & Scope of Position: The curator will have three key responsibilities: organize interdisciplinary exhibitions with faculty and students that draw upon the intellectual strengths of the college and the entrepreneurial skills of the curator; organize exciting exhibitions based on original thinking and/or from the […]

– The 55th Venice Biennial has launched, and the (largely approving) critics have weighed-in on curator Massimiliano Gioni’s lynchpin Encyclopedic Palace: Coline Milliard at ArtInfo; Vincenzo Latronico for Art Agenda; GalleristNY’s Sarah Douglas; Holland Cotter for the New York Times; also Carol Vogel (1 and 2); The Guardian’s Adrian Searle (1, 2 and 3); Massimiliano Gioni for Art in America […]

Exhibition and Events Coordinator, Mana Contemporary (Jersey City NJ) Deadline: Accepts proposals until a suitable hire is found Mana Contemporary is a ground-breaking venture bringing together influential artists, collectors, galleries, dealers and institutions into one core with the purpose of advancing the relationships and creating a single community. We are a comprehensive art storage and handling company. We work on […]

– In Manila, Catholic groups used intense pressure tactics to shut down an exhibition. The curator, J. Pacena III, says: “I am shocked and appalled by how our civil liberties were exploited to satiate the sensibilities of a raucous mob.” – From a report on the British Art Show by Amy Fung: “While their curatorial focus has been on selecting […]

Curating.info Fellowship Curating.info is pleased to announce a new curatorial fellowship in collaboration with the Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) in Glasgow. Commencing in 2012, the Curating.info Fellowship is a paid opportunity for an individual to conduct curatorial research and produce an exhibition at the CCA. In response to the need for paid hands-on experience in curating, Curating.info Founder and […]

What Makes A Great Exhibition? Edited by Paula Marincola, Director of the Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative (PEI). Essays by Glenn Adamson, Paola Antonelli, Carlos Basualdo, Iwona Blazwick, Lynne Cooke, Thelma Golden, Mary Jane Jacob, Jeffrey Kipnis, Paula Marincola, Detlef Mertins, Mark Nash, Ralph Rugoff, Ingrid Schaffner and Robert Storr. Supposedly we don’t judge a book by its cover, and with this […]

Welcome to the latest edition of Pick ‘N Mix. – It’s not easy to put together a show,” says Manish Pushkale. “Being an artist I understand the limitations of other artists and the discussions could extend to techniques as well. An artist-curator has that advantage, even though they might not have studied curating.” – Holland Cotter: “The subject of what […]

Soliciting unsolicited exhibition proposals Continuing their annual Unsolicited Proposal Program, apexart is currently accepting 600-word, idea-based proposals for evaluation by an international panel of apexart associates (curators, artists, writers, philosophers). Submissions are reviewed independently, anonymously and without visual support material—they are evaluated solely on the strength of the idea. No mountain too high, no river too deep! Previous curatorial experience […]