The Exhibitionist No. 4

Journal on exhibition making

The Exhibitionist was founded in 2010 as a journal by curators, for curators, in which the most pertinent questions of exhibition making today would be considered and assessed.
Contents: Jens Hoffmann and Tara McDowell: Reflection / Dorothea von Hantelmann: The Curatorial Paradigm / Dieter Roelstraete: We, the Subjects of Art / Massimiliano Gioni: The Limits of Interpretation / Julian Myers: On the Value of a History of Exhibitions / Teresa Gleadowe: Inhabiting Exhibition History / Christian Rattemeyer: What History of Exhibitions? / Johanna Burton: On Knot Curating / Andrew Renton: Forms of Practice: Curating in the Academy / Kate Fowle: An Education / Vanessa Joan Müller: Relays / Lívia Páldi: Notes on the Paracuratorial / Emily Pethick: The Dog that Barked at the Elephant in the Room / Miguel A. López: Beyond Participation / Lawrence Rinder: Curatorial Control / Tina Kukielski: Prolonged Exposure / Mia Jankowicz: Curator with a Capital C or Dilettante with a Small d / Jarrett Gregory: Bestial Acts / Rodrigo Moura: Yellow Years.

Contributors: Johanna Burton, Kate Fowle, Massimiliano Gioni, Teresa Gleadowe, Jarrett Gregory, Mia Jankowicz, Vanessa Joan, Tina Kukielski, Miguel A.Lopez, Julian Myers, Rodrigo Moura, Livia Paldi, Emily Pethick, Christian Rattemeyer, Andrew Renton, Lawrence Rinder, D
Publisher: Archive Books
91 pages
8 colour illustrations
19cm × 26cm
Format: Paperback
2011
£10.00
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