We’re keeping an eye on the Red Hook Journal, the online publishing platform hosted by the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. Aside from noticing a similar design that we’re testing with TPW R&D online (the visible accumulation of connected posts), there’s some great content here.
Foam, the ever evolving and expanding photography organization based in Amsterdam (magazine, museum, blog), celebrated their 10th Anniversary in 2011, marking this achievement with a series of programming under the title: WHAT’S NEXT.
In March 2011, the doctoral program in art history at the CUNY Graduate Center, Independent Curators International, and the New Museum in New York, co-presented The Now Museum: Contemporary Art, Curating Histories, Alternative Models.
In this blog post Curator in Residence Gabrielle Moser reflects on public responses to and conversations surrounding her ongoing open curatorial studio.
In this blog post Curator in Residence Gabrielle Moser reflects on the act of publicly performing research, the possible aestheticization of curatorial practice and her ongoing open curatorial studio.
In collaboration with TPW R&D, my research intersected with a public space, during two consecutive evenings in early October.
As a follow up to the first event in the “Coming to Encounter” series, I’ll be spending the next two weeks in the Gallery TPW R&D space, testing out how to transform the questions that the panel discussion about "Unshowable Photographs" raised into an experimental gallery exhibition.
In this blog post Curator in Residence Gabrielle Moser introduces her 2012/13 residency project, "Coming to Encounter."