A Brief History of Curating. Collection Documents Series. Edited by. Lionel Bovier Hans Ulrich Obrist Author(s) Daniel Birnbaum Christophe Cherix Hans Ulrich. A Brief History of Curating has ratings and 11 reviews. Part of JRP]Ringer’s innovative Documents series, published with Les Presses du Reel and de. This bestseller publication is dedicated to pioneering curators and presents a unique collection of interviews by Hans Ulrich Obrist: Anne d’Harnoncourt, Werner.
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By nature i think a curator is very much a show-and-tell type of character. Vasilis Moschas rated it really liked it Dec 12, The first in the Serpentine series, the Interview Marathon ininvolved interviews with leading figures in contemporary culture over 24 hours, conducted by Obrist and architect Rem Koolhaas.
Jul 13, katie is currently reading it Shelves: Product details Format Paperback pages Uistory x x One time in my life I thought it was only the artist that matters. This is a wonderful book with valuable interviews with Europe’s first modern and contemporary art curators.
Also the skill of the curator is also social skills, because you need to communicate that idea to others who may not be in your particular world. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Looking for beautiful books? Account Options Sign in. I would however recommend that you read this near by a computer for reference, because some names and places were completely unfamiliar to me.
Obrist shares his evolving reflections on how exhibitions can simulate journeys. Jeff Derksen Jeff Derksen.
A Brief History of Curating: By Hans Ulrich Obrist by Hans Ulrich Obrist
In constructing a show, Artists in partnership with Curators can share maps of experience with an aim to spread culture and share knowledge not yet crystallised and so outside the access of traditional means. A brief history of curating. Museum of the Future John Baldessari. Shawn Cornell rated it it was amazing Jul 31, The Best Books of There are no discussion topics on this book yet. A very specific world I might add.
Hans Ulrich Obrist: A Brief History of Curating
Jun 13, Jez rated it it was amazing Shelves: Exhibiting the Moving Image Erika Balsom. Lauren Licata rated it it was amazing Feb 16, But beyond that it is also a book about ‘Taste’ and what that means to the world, especially when you use taste to promote a specific vision to the world. Refresh and try again. Hans Ulrich Obrist Milan Grygar.
It is good he star One time in my life I thought it was only the artist that matters. Hans Ulrich Obrist is one of my favorite interviewers since he always seems to know the complete background information of all his interviewees giving the reade This is a wonderful book with valuable interviews with Europe’s first modern and contemporary art curators.
Library rated it really liked it Jan 10, Hans-Ulrich ObristLionel Bovier. Alice Rawsthorn Alice Rawsthorn. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Paperbackpages.
Speaking of Szeemann on the occasion of this legendary curator’s death incritic Aaron Schuster summed up, “the image we have of the curator today: Joshua Decter Joshua Decter. Obrist is the editor of a series of conversation books published by Walther Koenig.
A Brief History of Curating
Want to Read saving…. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Speaking of Szeemann on the occasion of this legendary furating death incritic Aaron Schuster summed up, “the image we have of the curator today: Clive Phillpot Christophe Cherix. So with that as the foundation, Obrist goes on ov numerous interesting individuals regarding the art of the exhibition and the politics of museums.
I would recommend this book, because it is the first major look at the history of curating, and Obrist is a seminal character in the development of curating and the Contemporary art world in general.
But mostly this is a very up-beat look at the inner-world of a curator and what they do.