Definitions

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  • adverb In a curatorial way; suggesting or pertaining to a curator.

Etymologies

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curatorial +‎ -ly

Examples

  • The 48th New York Film Festival Now that anyone with a decent wireless connection can access almost any movie they want to see, old-fashioned cinephiles might fear that the concept of the curatorially minded, blue-chip film festival is obsolete.

    In the Din of Film, an Enduring Voice

  • There was no theme to be derived from the wide variety of images in this show save for the possibilities that arise when the personal and the political are curatorially interwoven, when the calligraphic and the organic coexist on the same wall space, and all of it under the precise printing skills of Karen Fiorito.

    Mat Gleason: Screenprinting Survey Spans the Streets to the Sublime

  • It looked like it was very challenging curatorially, though.

    Marina Cashdan: The Promised Land? Will Portugal Arte 10 Become a Fixture on the Art World Calendar?

  • There was no theme to be derived from the wide variety of images in this show save for the possibilities that arise when the personal and the political are curatorially interwoven, when the calligraphic and the organic coexist on the same wall space, and all of it under the precise printing skills of Karen Fiorito.

    Mat Gleason: Screenprinting Survey Spans the Streets to the Sublime

  • Washington campus to a model of operation that has been conclusively proved to be financially destructive and curatorially unviable.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Muir, who worked at Tate Modern before spending six years as a director of Hauser & Wirth, emphasises that the choice of both exhibitions were curatorially, not commercially led, but that support from the market is important in these days of financial cuts.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • To the Postmodernist every work of art is a text, even if it employs no words and has no title, to be curatorially interpreted.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • To the Postmodernist every work of art is a text, even if it employs no words and has no title, to be curatorially interpreted.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Crewest gallery launched a show of recent Iranian street art and starting this weekend New York's Arario Gallery is presenting Given the expense and obvious difficulty American art museums would have in curatorially examining new Iranian art with any authority or thoroughness, this should be an area where art journalism could be reveal a lot about art in Iran.

    Museum Blogs

  • Crewest gallery launched a show of recent Iranian street art and starting this weekend New York's Arario Gallery is presenting Given the expense and obvious difficulty American art museums would have in curatorially examining new Iranian art with any authority or thoroughness, this should be an area where art journalism could be reveal a lot about art in Iran.

    Museum Blogs

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