OnCurating has launched Issue 19 – On Artistic and Curatorial Authorship.

Hyperallergic picked their favorite unanswered questions from last month’s Ask a Curator Day.

– Following a flurry of international criticism against Manifesta’s disregard of a boycott calling to move the upcoming biennial away from Russia, Moscow Biennial curator Catherine de Zegher defends her decision to continue her work in the country.
Also, Dmitry Vilensky (of Chto Delat) has chimed in on the relative effects of a boycott within Russia, and the incapacity to develop “a neutral space for discussion in Russia.”

Curating Beyond Exhibition Making. ICI and Clocktower Radio‘s roundtable discussion podcast with Anthony Huberman, Chus Martínez, Sally Tallant, and Dominic Willsdon, moderated by Kate Fowle.

ArtRadar has interviewed the curators of the Venice Biennial Angolan pavilion—winners of the Golden Lion for Best National Participation—about the future of contemporary art in Angola.

– And finally, British art critic Waldemar Januszczak has lambasted “that awful art world species: the curator.” Why the art world needs to rise up against curators, the Guardian.
Responses have cropped up on Twitter, from Tom Jeffreys, Sofia Romualdo, these guys, and some great comments on our Facebook wall.

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