Displaying 14 articles tagged with "A Curator Writes"
Dialogue with the Youth of Today
I. Kurator’s assistant Rodolf finds a novel use for a Martin Kippenberger ashtray...
I. Kurator discovers he’s not on the Power 100 list, and phones a close friend...
The Potato-Print Biennial
I. Kurator explains how to make obvious political statements in large international exhibitions
Sent to review Tate’s
Queer British Art
show, I. Kurator finds himself on a journey of self-discovery
The fightback starts here
I. Kurator sees a future for art in dark times. Or is it just that bottle of red Burgundy talking?
First Brexit, now Trump! I Kurator, ArtReview's favourite backpage columnist, says it's time for curators to fight back
A Curator Writes: Hashtag Mine Mine Mine!
ArtReview's gastrophile columnist I. Kurator claims an unrealised art project and finds another excuse to eat sausage
A Curator Writes: Crime and Punishment
ArtReview's columnist I. Kurator covers the Peter Doig painting trial and gets in a pickle
A Curator Writes: Manifestation
Post-Brexit, ArtReview's columnist I. Kurator ponders the European ideal and where it all went wrong. Part 2: Zurich
A Curator Writes: The European Ideal
Post-Brexit, ArtReview's columnist I. Kurator ponders the European ideal and where it all went wrong. Part 1: Berlin
A Curator Writes: The New Global Artworld
ArtReview's columnist I. Kurator is sent off to update his views on cultural diversity in contemporary art
A Curator Writes: The Dematerialised Body
ArtReview's columnist I. Kurator tries to get up to speed on post-gender thinking
A Curator Writes: Gender in Modern Portraiture
I. Kurator grapples with male failure
A Curator Writes: introducing a new column
A regular online column by ArtReview's new backpage columnist I. Kurator
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