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[PDF / Epub] ☉ Curatorial Activism Towards an Ethics of Curating By Maura Reilly – 1864-shenandoah-campaign.co A manifesto for change in the art worldDespite decades of postcolonial feminist anti racist and ueer activism and theorizing the art world continues to exclude ‘Other’ artists – those who are woA manifesto for change in the art worldDespite decades of postcolonial feminist anti racist and ueer activism and theorizing the art world continues to exclude ‘Other’ artists – those who are women of colour and LGBT Indeed theclosely one examines the numbers theglaring it becomes that white Euro American heterosexual privileged and above all male artists continue to dominate the art world The fight for gender and race euality continues apace Focusing on themes of feminism race and sexuality Curatorial Activism examines the pioneering exhibitions that have broken down boundaries and demonstrated that new approaches are possible from Nochlin’s ‘Women Artists’ at the LACMA in the mid 1970s to Martin’s ‘Carambolages’ in 2016 at the Grand Palais in Paris By exposing both the disparities and inclusive solutions Reilly addresses the urgent need in the contemporary art world for curatorial strategies that provide alternatives to exclusionary models of collecting and display In so doing she provides an invaluable source of information for current thinkers and in a world dominated by visual culture a vital source of inspiration for today’s ever expanding new generation of curatorsTable of ContentsForeword • Preface • 1 What is Curatorial Activism? • 2 Resisting Masculinism and Sexism • 3 Tackling White Privilege and Western Centrism • 4 Challenging Heterocentrism and Lesbo Homophobia • 5 A Call to Arms Strategies for Change.

A manifesto for change in the art worldDespite decades of postcolonial feminist anti racist and ueer activism and theorizing the art world continues to exclude ‘Other’ artists – those who are women of colour and LGBT Indeed theclosely one examines the numbers theglaring it becomes that white Euro American heterosexual privileged and above all male artists continue to dominate the art world The fight for gender and race euality continues apace Focusing on themes of feminism race and sexuality Curatorial Activism examines the pioneering exhibitions that have broken down boundaries and demonstrated that new approaches are possible from Nochlin’s ‘Women Artists’ at the LACMA in the mid 1970s to Martin’s ‘Carambolages’ in 2016 at the Grand Palais in Paris By exposing both the disparities and inclusive solutions Reilly addresses the urgent need in the contemporary art world for curatorial strategies that provide alternatives to exclusionary models of collecting and display In so doing she provides an invaluable source of information for current thinkers and in a world dominated by visual culture a vital source of inspiration for today’s ever expanding new generation of curatorsTable of ContentsForeword • Preface • 1 What is Curatorial Activism? • 2 Resisting Masculinism and Sexism • 3 Tackling White Privilege and Western Centrism • 4 Challenging Heterocentrism and Lesbo Homophobia • 5 A Call to Arms Strategies for Change.

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Kindle 1864 shenandoah campaign.co Á Curatorial Activism Towards an Ethics of Curating PDF

Kindle 1864 shenandoah campaign.co Á Curatorial Activism Towards an Ethics of Curating PDF

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