Research Logs, Essays, Conversations tagged with curatorial practices

Tell Me a Story
No White in Sight

No White in Sight

by Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei
Fig. 5. Alexis Blake, 'rock to jolt [ ] stagger to ash', 2021. Performance, exhibition space with architectural interventions, dim lighting, fragrance, tabloid publication. Prix de Rome 2021. Photo: Daniel Nicolas.

From Image to Smell

The Role of the Olfactory Sense in Contemporary Art Experience - by Jonas van Kappel
Fig. 3: Graphic interpretation by Print the Future of Moringa oleifera, a plant used for its immune qualities and its ability to protect against evil when worn as an amulet. Original image courtesy of the author. Photo: Dito Yuwono.
Yvette Mutumba during the "10 Years Bathtub: Open for the Open" lecture series. 24 September 2022. Photo: Ernst van Deursen.

In Museums We Trust

by Yvette Mutumba
On Things and Beings: The Affordances of Objects and Ways of Knowing
Intern Valeria Mari (left) and Press Officer Marie-José Raven (right) in conversation at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2022. Photo: Carlos Zepeda.

Staff Shares #3

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Marie-José Raven interviewed by Valeria Mari
Yto Barrada: The Mothership in Tangier
Staff Shares #2 - Leontine Coelewij interviewed by Valeria Mari

Staff Shares #2

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Leontine Coelewij interviewed by Valeria Mari
Music, Painting, Intuition and Calculation: Sedje Hémon and the Stedelijk Museum
Ekow Eshun interviewed by Amanda Pinatih
Looking Twice: The Presence of Absence in Die Brücke Art Histories

Looking Twice: The Presence of Absence in Die Brücke Art Histories

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A Critical Reflection on the exhibition "Kirchner and Nolde: Expressionism. Colonialism." by Lisa Hilli
How Textiles Talk and What They Have to Say. A Curatorial Introduction to the Exhibition Let Textiles Talk by Amanda Pinatih.
Fig. 2. Bruce Nauman - Seven Figures

Straight Innocence

Essay by Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei
An interview with Ali Selim

Journal Articles tagged with curatorial practices

After(-)Images: Problematizing Collections of Early Documentary Photography in the Art Museum
From Fiction to Knowledge Unveiling histories in contemporary cultural institutions

From Fiction to Knowledge

by Deiara Kouto and Anne Bielig
Fig. 1. 'The Internet - hypercube draft proposal', Tate Acquisition file, Richard Hamilton (T07124 Diab DS-101 Computer, 1985–9) Tate Public Records, PC10.1, Tate Archive, Tate Britain.Fig. 1. 'The Internet - hypercube draft proposal', Tate Acquisition file, Richard Hamilton (T07124 Diab DS-101 Computer, 1985–9) Tate Public Records, PC10.1, Tate Archive, Tate Britain.