- adj. Pertaining to museology.
- From museology + -ical. (Wiktionary)
“Best reference for some museological projects is actually an article in Museum International”
“There and in many other testing grounds, arranged in museological, Donald Judd-like intervals of solids and negatives, these perfect geometries are coming undone.”
“Those efforts reached an emotional crescendo with the unveiling of Bernard Tschumi's $200 million showplace, which seems less an architectural event or a museological accomplishment than the costliest and craftiest weapon in a Kulturkampf of Homeric intensity and duration.”
“In a speech prepared for delivery in Pretoria, he said issues of governance had to precede those which were strictly museological.”
“Martin said there was no money to fulfill the gallery's educational, museological or curatorial functions.”
“You are lured in with an overused museological conceit: you are treated as a mobster "under suspicion.”
“An introductory slide show, which has the flickering feel of an antique Kinetoscope, welcomes the visitor with an authoritative museological voice, intoning that the place "is an educational institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and the public appreciation of the Lower Jurassic.”
“With performance art increasingly entering the museological mainstream”
“The total illuminates, thrills and provides much useful grist - both artistic and museological - for the art-world mill.”
“The glass case beloved of old-world museological practice has long since been reclaimed by artists as a strategic presentational device.”
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