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How Institutions Think – Between…

How Institutions Think – Between Contemporary Art and Curatorial Discourse

Titel
How Institutions Think – Between Contemporary Art and Curatorial Discourse
Type
on subject
Auteur
Sarah Pierce, Charles Esche, Mick Wilson, Mélanie Bouteloup, Simon Sheikh, Marina Grzinic, Dave Beech, Celine Condorelli, Emily Pethick, Clèmentine Deliss, Patrick D. Flores, Bassam El Baroni, Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, Nikita Yingqian Cai, Patricia Falguières, Fred Moten and Stefano Harney, Alhena Katsof, Binna Choi and Annette Kraus, Pip Day, Keller Easterling and Andrea Phillips, Moses Serubiri
Artist
Adam Chodzko, Jonathan Monk, Lawrence Weiner, Mark Titchner, Stefan Nikolaev, Janice Kerbel, Liam Gillick, Gerard Byrne, Kathrin Böhm, Hayley Newman, Ian Breakwell, Aleksandra Mir, Goshka Macuga, Charlotte Cullinan, Pavel Büchler, Olof Bjornsdottir, Artlab, Nike Savvas, Dave Beech, Mungo Thomson, Cornford & Cross, Jeremy Deadman, Matt Franks, Babak Ghazi, Brian Griffiths, Anthony Gross, Mark Hutchinson, Caroline McCarthy, Suzanne Mooney, Harold Offeh, Mark Pearson, Lindsay Seers, Markus Vater, Annie Whiles, Bob & Roberta Smith, Matthew Higgs, DJ Simpson, Elizabeth Price, Declan Clarke, J. Richards, Georgina Batty, Simon Bedwell, David Blamey, John Chilver, Mark Dickenson, Jeanette Doyle, Markus Eisenmann, Lothar Götz, Andrew Grassie, Gareth Jones, Stephen Little, Brighid Lowe, Frank Lüsing, Ronan McCrea, Christopher Warmington, Ian Whittlesea, Michael Wilkinson
Editor
Lucy Steeds, Mick Wilson, Paul O'Neill
Publisher
MIT Press, 2017
Code
CUR-NEI-5
Details
256 pages
ISBN
978-0262534321

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