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- adj. Of or relating to a curator.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. of or pertaining to curator.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a curator or his office or duties.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to a curator or the duties of a curator
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Left to right: Les, Zora, Lolly, and Bruce Robertson (my partner in curatorial crime).
The Art of American Book Covers is easily one of Minsky's greatest works, a stunning example of critical art history that is free of any kind of curatorial jargon, fundamentally respectful of our intelligence, yet clear, accessible and useful.
I'm pleased to announce that my "curatorial" responsibilities are officially over, for I have now chosen a winner, and communicated with that winner, and communicated with Performance, and given Performance the winner's email address, which means that they can now communicate with each other and I don't have be bothered by either of them ever again.
Only the coterie of failed academics and other talentless miscreants who populate the "curatorial" and institutional world of contemporary art believe that there's ever been a "line between art and commerce" in the post-Medieval world.
By reassembling several hundred pieces from around the world, the exhibition creates a kind of curatorial miracle, restoring in part what the Punitive Expedition had scattered.
So for my own hub I use this special kind of curatorial calendar mainly for recurring events.
You should feel like you need to think any of this looks like any kind of curatorial practice you know.
The hopes for this gallery can fill more than the space between the new sculpture building and Edgewood Avenue; it has the potential to become a venue for a new kind of curatorial project in Yale's art scene whose focus is not having a focus.
As editors become more public figures, I wonder if they'll develop followings similar to authors, or similar, perhaps, to movie directors, and if perhaps that scrutiny will affect their curatorial work.
Living as Form presents the work of over 100 artists, art collaboratives, curatorial, and educational projects, I will just focus here on a few works that relate in their content and form to what Occupy Wall Street is as a popular uprising and as it has accrued some types of images and form to it.
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