Viewing articles tagged with 'Curation'
ARTicle Gallery, School of Art, Margaret Street, Birmingham, B3 3BX
Over the last six months, Fierce has been delving into its storage unit, drawing together paperwork, documentation, marketing material and arranging meetings with founding figures in its first step towards building an archive of fifteen years of activity.
Fondazione Prada, Calle de Ca' Corner, Santa Croce 2215, 30135 Venice
Catherine Spencer asks whether more could have been made of the Prada Foundation's complete recreation of Harald Szeemann's iconic 1969 exhibition 'When Attitudes Become Form'.
Chisenhale Gallery, 64 Chisenhale Road, London, E3 5QZ
The replica 'Broken Hill' skull from the Lusaka National Museum is displayed and its history narrated in London, where the original still resides at the Natural History Museum. Phinthong uses the gesture to demonstrate how international histories and rela
Petzel Gallery, 456 W 18th Street, New York, New York 10011
Simon Denny's staged, pictorial archive of the 2012 Digital Life Design (DLD) conference in Munich explores the transcription, reproduction and archiving of data as a form of discourse. Review by David Price.
Flat Time House, 210 Bellenden Road, London SE15 4BW
"The excellent and densely researched exhibition at Flat Time House, 'The Mental Furniture Industry', brings together archival material from the activities of three radical pedagogic activities of the late Sixties that in different ways articulate the dou
WW Gallery, 34/35 Hatton Garden EC1N 8DX
'A timely metaphor for our fast paced and hyper networked but ultimately atrophic age. Who knows where we are headed." Beverley Knowles reviews 'The Forger's Tale' (curated by Broughton & Birnie at the invitation of WW Gallery) which chronicles the demise
British Pavilion, Giardini, Venice, Italy
Jeremy Deller brings a very English exhibition to the Venice Biennale, complete with workers' protests, folk aesthetics, William Morris, Russian oligarchs and cups of tea. Review by C Staunton-Price.
Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, Nottingham NG1 2GB
"His approach appears intuitive, gathering objects from the broadest of arenas to make visceral connections" - Anneka French reviews Leckey's eclectic curatorial selections and the appeal of the totemic object in a digitalised age.
Royal College of Art, Darwin Building, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU
No one lives here began as a mass of disparate thoughts. Fourteen curatorial voices informed its conception and fourteen perspectives were present throughout its production. It seems apt that in our efforts to compose a cohesive exhibition from such a mul