Background: Ways of Curating, in partnership with Google Arts and Culture, is an effort to digitally archive and connect the curatorial work of Hans Ulrich Obrist. Moving from meetings with artists to the creation of the first public museums in the 18th century, recounting the practice of inspirational figures such as Diaghilev, skipping between exhibitions, continents and centuries, Ways of Curating argues that curation is far from a static practice. Ways of Curating by Hans-Ulrich Obrist, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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The tricky aspect is how and when one place that work in a bigger picture or landscape.
Modern curating at least to Obrist started in ways of curating 19th century in Paris. At one time, paintings were hung salon style which is a lot of work on one wall.
Monet and others started a practice where a painting stands by itself on a large wall, and therefore one concentrates ways of curating that one piece. Salon style exhibition is ways of curating, but for me, it's hard for me to focus on individual works, yet people in the 19th century used to see art in this fashion.
Ways of Curating by Hans Ulrich Obrist
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Nevertheless, this is a ways of curating accessible book to someone who is curious about that world, but really doesn't know too much about the nature of art exhibitions, and how they are planned out. Orbits has many books out, and the best one's are his interview books with various contemporary artists and composers.
Ways of Curating
He is an interesting guy, and "Ways of Curating" is both good and so-so, but still important of a subject matter to read. Openness and curiosity, conversation and questions ways of curating permeate his practice and have led him to a surprising and unconventional approach to his celebrated career.
I found the ideas in this book inspiring and directly applicable to my work as an interdisciplinary artist often skirting the line of inst The pleasure of finding junctions between different facets of art, science, culture, economics, and daily life is palpable from Curator Hans Ulrich Obrist's tone, which makes him a poet of spaces.
I found the ideas in this book inspiring and directly applicable to my work as an interdisciplinary artist often skirting the line of installation and language-based pieces into the realm of curation. In this regard, Obrist puts forward not only a splendid view of curatorial practice at large - describing how the essence of any curators work should be in ways of curating collection ways of curating assembly of ideas on the artists term, serving as a kind of conceptual midwife to the realization of the artists ambitions - but also answers the aforementioned question he himself had ways of curating forth.
This book is for you if: You always wondered what a curator actually does You have an interest in the making of exhibitions This book might not be for you if: You have trouble remembering names spoiler: After literally two years of website iterations, we were finally able to come to an agreement as a group.
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The typography is also really exciting. We learned that when designing a ways of curating for ways of curating large data set, connecting the themes and filtering the content is a great way to leverage technology and make the content more accessible.
We also had to figure out the balance of functionality and style and feel like this project was a success in uniting both objectives. If there were anything we could have done differently, it would have been to show more connections between the artist and the artwork.