Curator, The Louis Vuitton Foundation for Creation Deadline: Unspecified The Louis Vuitton Foundation for Creation is offering a unique opportunity to contribute to the development of a world-class international collection of contemporary art dating from the 1960s; to develop and deliver an internationally acclaimed programme of exhibitions and events for a broad public; and to be part of the team. […]

Deadline: November 19, 2012 Description of the Residency Programme La Galerie, a non profit Contemporary Art Centre located in the suburbs of Paris, hosts each year a foreign curator in residence for a period of three months. First organised in 2006, the aim of the residency is to put on an exhibition at La Galerie within the context of a […]

Happy new year! I hope your holiday was a good and restful one. I was so rested I nearly didn’t get this out in time… but here it is – the latest Pick ‘N Mix! “Top ten” and other summary lists were thick on the ground as 2007 closed out. A few of my favourites in the art realm are […]

Recently, I spotted a CNN story about the Louvre “inviting slam poets in to rap about paintings”. In what was surely conceived as a PR-double whammy (bring in a celebrity, create a programme that appeals to youth/urban hipsters), Toni Morrison has been invited to be a guest curator this month. The American Nobel laureate has helped the Louvre conceive a […]

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While the Pompidou tries to entice a younger generation by offering wireless internet, the hip and flashy (and, based on the rumblings of folk I know in Paris – sometimes hated) Palais de Tokyo has turned to old media to further its reach to audiences. “France has changed, the world has changed, and we have to adapt,” says Bruno Racine, […]

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