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A Yawn and Three Clicks

Reports from the Field are perspectives from Curatorial Intensive Alumni from around the world, and reflections on the impact of the global pandemic on their lives, ways of working, their communities, and how they are adapting as a response.

Tess Maunder, Alumna of the Curatorial Intensive Tokyo ‘13, writes from Melbourne, Australia.

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Epicenter of the epicenter

Reports from the Field are perspectives from Curatorial Intensive Alumni from around the world, and reflections on the impact of the global pandemic on their lives, ways of working, their communities, and how they are adapting as a response.

PJ Gubatina Policarpio, Alumnus of the Curatorial Intensive New Orleans ‘18, writes from San Francisco, CA.

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Collective Memories

Reports from the Field are perspectives from Curatorial Intensive Alumni from around the world, and reflections on the impact of the global pandemic on their lives, ways of working, their communities, and how they are adapting as a response.

Balimunsi Philip, Alumnus of the Curatorial Intensive Addis Ababa ‘14, writes from Kampala, Uganda.

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Curatorship to Cure Inequality

Reports from the Field are perspectives from Curatorial Intensive Alumni from around the world, and reflections on the impact of the global pandemic on their lives, ways of working, their communities, and how they are adapting as a response.

Luis Carlos Manjarrés Martínez, Alumnus of the Curatorial Intensive New Orleans ‘19, writes from Bogotá, Colombia.

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A Field Note From Bangkok Under Lockdown

Reports from the Field are perspectives from Curatorial Intensive Alumni from around the world, and reflections on the impact of the global pandemic on their lives, ways of working, their communities, and how they are adapting as a response.

Pojai Akratanakul, Alumna of the Curatorial Intensive Bangkok ‘18, writes from Bangkok, Thailand.

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Cultural Practice in the Time of Fear and Half-truths

Reports from the Field are perspectives from Curatorial Intensive Alumni from around the world, and reflections on the impact of the global pandemic on their lives, ways of working, their communities, and how they are adapting as a response.

Fadzai Muchemwa, Alumna of the Curatorial Intensive Dakar ‘16, writes from Harare, Zimbabwe.

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fellowships

2020 FELLOWSHIP NEWS

 

RECIPIENT OF THE INDIGENOUS CURATORIAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP
Jordan Wilson

ICI Curatorial Research Fellowships

ICI is expanding its Curatorial Research Fellowships program with more opportunities for emerging and mid-career curators seeking continued learning, mentorship and support with their practice and research.

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ici Library

The ICI Library, like the Curatorial Hub in which it resides, is a public resource for studying the evolution of curating, exhibition making, and new ways of supporting artists’ practices. The library functions at the nexus of recent art theory and discourse, art, and curatorial practices — organized through the lens of contemporary issues in curating.

The ICI Library currently houses over 1,600 publications. It comprises a comprehensive and international range of texts on curatorial theory, readers from curatorial symposiums and seminars compiled by ICI, seminal modern and contemporary art-historical surveys, specialist publications on art movements, numerous important exhibition catalogues, and a range of international periodicals. It was developed in response to a distinct need for curators to have access to literature that is rare, out of print, little known, or hard to find. In addition, the ICI Library is the permanent home of Cleopatra’s Library. A Brooklyn-based collaborative and art space, Cleopatra’s initiated its book collection in 2008 by inviting over 300 curators whom they collectively admired to take part in the formation of a reference library.

ACCESS

The books in the ICI Library are non-circulating, but we encourage visitors to schedule an appointment to access this unique resource. You can begin by exploring the ICI Library holdings through our digital database, LibraryThing: http://www.librarything.com/profile/CuratorsINTL


ARCHIVE

In addition to a growing collection of publications, the ICI Library also houses a comprehensive archive of video and audio recordings of ICI events, talks, seminars, and conferences. This archive is available for consultation and research by appointment.

 

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