Peter Alter, Curator Peter Alter discusses his work as a curator at the Chicago History Museum.
Minecraft - "Survival Island" Part 10: The Curator's Lost Treasure While waiting for Notch to fix Nether Portals in Survival Multiplayer, Simon and Lewis vow to continue bringing you Minecraft videos by trying out "custom maps". First off, "Survival Island" a tough challenge where you have to survive on a desert island with limited resources! Lewis and Simon are playing this IRONMAN, which means if either of them die, they fail. Survival Island Scenario: (Modified) (GERU)Dokus' RPG texture pack - new thread is here:
Curator Klaus Biesenbach discusses Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out (7354 Cubic Meters), at MoMA For more information, please visit: Pipilotti Rist: Pour Your Body Out (7354 Cubic Meters) November 19, 2008-February 2, 2009 The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium, second floor Pipilotti Rist's lush multimedia installations playfully and provocatively merge fantasy and reality. MoMA commissioned the Swiss artist to create a monumental site-specific installation that immerses the Museum's Marron Atrium in twenty-five-foot-high moving images. Visitors will be able to experience the work while walking through the space or sitting upon a sculptural seating island designed by the artist. Renderings and audio courtesy of the artist © 2008 The Museum of Modern Art, New York
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Interview with a Curator: French Drawings at the National Gallery of Art, Part 1 Interview conducted 10.28.2009 by : Margaret Morgan Grasselli, curator at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, talks about the exhibit "Renaissance to Revolution: French Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, 1500-1800." The show runs from October 1, 2009 to January 31, 2010. Part 1 of the interview covers the 16th and 17th centuries. Part 2 covers the 18th. About the show (from nga.gov): "The Gallery's outstanding collection of French old master drawings represents in remarkable richness and breadth the history of French draftsmanship before 1800. Individual works have been included in exhibitions at the Gallery and elsewhere, but the heart of the collection as a whole, now augmented with numerous important recent acquisitions, has never been showcased in a special exhibition. For the first time the Gallery will present a selection of approximately 120 of the most significant, beautiful, and representative drawings made over a period of three centuries by the best French artists working at home and abroad and by foreign artists working in France. Among the key artists are Jean Poyet, Benvenuto Cellini, Jacques Callot, Claude Lorrain, Antoine Watteau, François Boucher, Jean-Honoré Fragonard, and Jacques-Louis David. Outstanding examples will also be presented by other gifted but less widely known artists such as Jacques Androuet du Cerceau, Claude Deruet, Jean-Baptiste Pillement, and Jean-Baptiste Hüet. The exhibition will reveal in impressive ...
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Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy - Curatorial Talk - Part 1 of 3 Learn more about the exhibition: The symbolic and metaphorical associations between fashion and the superhero are explored in this compelling exhibition. Featuring movie costumes, avant-garde haute couture, and high-performance sportswear, it reveals how the superhero serves as the ultimate metaphor for fashion and its ability to empower and transform the human body. Objects are organized thematically around particular superheroes, whose movie costumes and superpowers are catalysts for the discussion of key concepts of superheroism and their expression in fashion. Curatorial Talk to staff given by Andrew Bolton, curator, The Costume Institute
Curator's Corner - Colt 1851 Navy Revolver National Firearms Museum Senior Curator Phil Schreier tells a little about the Colt 1851 Navy Revolver on Curator's Corner.
Disguised Guns: NRA National Firearms Museum Curator's Corner Concealed firearm mechanisms are built into everyday objects. John Popp joins National Firearms Museum Director Jim Supica for a presentation of historic disguised guns. Two well-preserved cane guns are featured, with intact gutta-percha shafts and an ornate ducks head carved into the handle of one. A functional pocketknife has a tiny barrel that folds out alongside the blade, and a trigger mechanism in the handle. And while Le Novo is not actually disguised, its folding grip makes the .22 pistol small enough to easily fit into the palm of Supicas hand. http
Curatorial Perspective from Eric Kjellgren, Evelyn AJ Hall and John A. Friede Associate Curator, Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas Learn more about the galleries: The Pacific encompasses more than a thousand distinct cultures and hundreds of artistic traditions in an area that covers about one-third of the earth's surface. The Museum's new permanent galleries for Oceanic art, completely redesigned and reinstalled, display a substantially larger portion of the Museum's Pacific holdings than was previously on view. Featuring renowned masterworks from the Metropolitan's Oceanic collection as well as recent acquisitions, the installation presents sculpture and decorative arts from the regions of Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Australia. The displays also feature the Museum's first gallery devoted to the arts of the indigenous peoples of Island Southeast Asia.
Curator, Ford Model T Museum, Centennial Party. Remarks by Robert Casey, Automotive Curator at The Henry Ford Museum,to attending journalists at the largest Ford Model T Party celebrating 100 years held in Richmond, IN. with Edsel Ford, Mark Fields and more. See the entire exclusive event with over 900 Model T's at .
Artist and Curator in Conversation: Peter Doig and Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson Kicking off a yearlong series of public programs celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of MATRIX was this conversation between artist Peter Doig, who was featured in the MATRIX program in 2000, and Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson, MATRIX curator from 1999 through 2005. Peter Doig was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and is currently based in Trinidad, West Indies. MATRIX 183 Echo-Lake was his first one-person museum exhibition in the United States. Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson is currently director and chief curator of the Aspen Art Museum.
Curatorial Perspective from Carlos A. Picón, Curator in Charge, Greek and Roman Art Learn more about the galleries: The opening of the new Hellenistic, Etruscan, and Roman galleries—an entire wing housing approximately 5300 objects in more than 30000 square feet—completes the reconstruction and reinstallation of the permanent galleries of Greek and Roman art. The newest galleries present Hellenistic art and its legacy alongside objects from Southern Italy and Etruria, forming the background to the story of Rome from the Late Republican period and the Golden Age of Augustus's Principate to the conversion of Constantine the Great in AD 312. The centerpiece of the new installation is the Leon Levy and Shelby White Court, a dramatic, skylit space that links the various galleries and themes. Included are displays of the art of Magna Graecia and the world of the Etruscans, together with the stunning collection of Roman wall paintings that is unrivaled outside of Italy. The presentation of the art of the Late Hellenistic and Early Imperial periods is crowned by the newly reconstructed Cubiculum from the villa at Boscoreale near Pompeii and the Black Bedroom from Boscotrecase. In addition, on the mezzanine floor overlooking Fifth Avenue, there is a large display covering the entire cultural and chronological span of the department's rich collection.
Art and Love in Renaissance Italy - Curatorial Talk - Part 1 of 3 View images from this exhibition: This exhibition explores the various exceptional objects created to celebrate love and marriage in the Italian Renaissance. The approximately 150 objects, which date from about 1400 to the mid-16th century, range from exquisite examples of maiolica and jewelry given as gifts to the couple, to marriage portraits and paintings that extol sensual love and fecundity, such as the Metropolitan's Venus and Cupid by the great Venetian artist Lorenzo Lotto. The exhibition also includes some of the rarest and most significant pieces of Renaissance glassware, cassone panels, birth trays, and drawings and prints of amorous subjects. Exhibition on view November 18, 2008 - February 16, 2009 Curatorial Talk to staff given by Andrea Bayer, curator, Department of European Paintings, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Compass in Hand: Curator Christian Rattemeyer discusses the exhibition For more information, please visit: Compass in Hand: Selections from The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection On view April 22, 2009-July 27, 2009 at The Museum of Modern Art. © 2009 The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Museum Curator: New Home Movie of JFK Donated A home movie of President John F. Kennedy the day before his 1963 assassination has surfaced. Roy Botello shot the color film as the president was appearing at a hotel in Houston. The silent film was donated to the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas. (Feb. 22)
Charles Burchfield at the WHITNEY Curated by Robert Gober James Kalm appreciates the efforts of the Whitney Museum and celebrity curator Robert Gober and is thrilled to bring viewers this glimpse of Charles Burchfield's "Heat Waves in a Swamp". Although classified as an "American Scene" painter during the 1930s, Burchfield was a true visionary artist. Using the humble medium of watercolor, his interpretations of the landscape and rustic urban settings, vibrate with a hallucinatory exuberance. Whether forest, field or street Burchfield's vision was open to cosmic harmonies that could overwhelm with their intensity or sometimes disturb with disquieting sinister qualities. Includes extended statements on the artist by curator Robert Gober
Polish Radom Pistol: NRA National Firearms Museum Curator's Corner Phil Schreier explains the history behind these WWII weapons. The senior curator of the National Firearms Museum joins Cam Edwards to talk about the Polish Radom pistol. Designed in 1935, the pistol looks much like the Colt 1911 though, internally, it is completely different. About 40000 of these guns were produced before Germany conquered Poland in WWII. Rather than shutting the factory down, the Germans continued producing and supplying arms for the German military, dropping the stamped Polish eagle in favor of swastikas and Waffenamt codes characteristic of the Third Reich. http
Curator's Corner - Remington Rolling Block Rifle National Firearms Museum Senior Curator Phil Schreier tells us about the Remington Rolling Block rifle, a favorite of buffalo hunters in the late 19th century.
Artist and Curator in Conversation: Susan Rothenberg and Michael Auping This conversation was part of a series of public programs celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the MATRIX Program. Michael Auping, inaugural curator of the MATRIX Program at BAM/PFA, once described MATRIX as a process of inquiry, a space to question, learn, and establish value within the new. Susan Rothenberg, one of the first artists exhibited in MATRIX (in 1978), embraced a similar experimental attitude when she employed the figure of a horse to explore the essence of painting. Fif*** years after painting her first horse, Rothenberg moved from her native New York to a ranch in New Mexico where she still lives and works. Drawing on a wealth of associations and using imagery from daily life, she continues to examine the meaning and mechanics of painting. Her work has been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions internationally, and is held in collections in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Michael Auping is chief curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Across his thirty-year career at museums in California, Florida, New York, and Texas, he has organized important exhibitions and publications of the work of artists including Philip Guston, Anselm Kiefer, Louise Bourgeois, Francesco Clemente, Jess, Robert Bechtle, and Bruce Nauman, and a major mid-career survey of Susan Rothenbergs paintings and drawings.
Pierre Bonnard: The Late Interiors—Curatorial Talk Associate Curator Dita Amory presents a discussion of the radiant late interiors and still lifes of Pierre Bonnard (French, 1867 - 1947) that were on view at the Met, January 27 through April 19, 2009. Compelling metaphors for a range of sensations, the late paintings convey a disquieting effect. It is these luminous late interiors that define Bonnard's modernism and have prompted a reappraisal of his reputation in the history of twentieth-century art.
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Interview Wayne Baerwaldt curator Montreal Biennale P1 This is the first part of an indepth interview with Wayne Baerwaldt the curator of the 2007 Montréal Biennale. I have known Wayne Baerwaldt since he was director of Plug In Inc. an artist Run Gallery in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (1986-1999). We have not always seen eye to eye over the years, but there is a sense in this interview that both of us have mellowed. Wayne talks frankly about how the Biennale de Montréal came together, the choice of artists, his intuitive approach to curating, his vision of a Canadian Biennale, how and why the show was installed as it was, and his view of himself as an actor in the creative process and the production of culture. The interview is illustrated with shots of the works by over 30 of the artists in the show, see list below, most of which were taken during the opening of the exhibition. They give a taste of the energy of the show, rather than formally documenting the art. Wayne has a lot of experiences in his dealings with in the art world; his accomplishments are impressive, both locally and internationally (see this bio and CV ciac.ca He has many critics, but I think historically we will look back and acknowledge that he contributed greatly to opening up the international art scene to Canadian, and especially Winnipeg artists. He did this by including Canadian and international artists in the exhibitions he curated. But more importantly, over the years, he has demonstrated to the world how a seemingly-insignificant "cultural outpost ...
Robots - Curator's Label - Introduction JoAnne Northrup, Senior Curator at the San Jose Museum of Art, talks about how the exhibition Robots: Evolution of a Cultural Icon came to fruition and the ideas and concepts behind it. For the exhibition Robots: Evolution of a Cultural Icon the San Jose Museum of Art created "Video Labels" for around the work of 6 artists. The artists are Clayton Bailey, Eric Joyner, Nemo Gould, Gail Wight, Lisa Solomon and David Pace. For each artist there is a "Curators Label", where Senior Curator JoAnne Northrup speaks about the artist, and an "Artist Label", where the artist talks about their work. Show runs April 12 - October 19, 2008. Robots: Evolution of a Cultural Icon examines the development of robot iconography in fine art over the past 50 years. In 1920, the term robot was coined from a Czech word robota, which means tedious labor. Since then, the image and the idea of a robot have evolved remarkably from an awkward, mechanical creature to a sophisticated android with artificial intelligence and the potential for human-like consciousness. As robotic technology catches up with the wild imagination of science fiction novels, movies, and animation, dreams and fears anticipated in these stories may also become reality. Artists included in the exhibition have responded to the technological innovation with optimism, pessimism, and humor, presenting work that ultimately explores our ambivalent attitudes towards robots.
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Bill Frisell in Conversation with Curator Philip Bither Musician Bill Frisell joins Walker Curator Philip Bither for a discussion about jazz, The Baghdad/Seattle Suite, and the art of collaboration.
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Poussin and Nature: Arcadian Visions - Curatorial Talk - Part 1 of 3 Learn more about the exhibition: French master Nicolas Poussin (1594--1665) painted some of the most influential landscapes in Western art. In them, nature is viewed "through the glass of time" and endowed with a poetic quality that has been admired by painters as different as Constable, Turner, and Cézanne. This is the first exhibition to examine the landscapes of this great painter. It brings together about forty paintings, ranging from his early, lyrical, Venetian-inspired pastorals to his grandly structured and austere works in which the artist meditated upon Nature, its transformations, and its renewals. An equal number of drawings are on view, the most luminous of which were done en plein air. Curatorial Talk to staff given by Keith Christiansen, Jayne Wrightsman Curator, European Paintings
TEDxSeoul - Howard Chan - Social curator Howard is a curator but he does not work for a typical gallery. He is more interested in working with social resources, and is an active leader of CMP (Community Museum Project) in Hong Kong. CMP collects knowledge and skills that are small but matured from the locals, and therefore, the main agents of creativity are always the people and the society of our local neighborhood. He reviews and reinvents nameless designs to something valuable. For example, a project called "Project: In Search of Marginalized Wisdom" lets residents with traditional skills, designers, and architects to collaborate and create something totally different. Every product aims to be made by the idea of upcycling. The reason for him to run these projects are related to the change in the economics. Skilled workers are losing their job and becoming housekeepers and securities. Also, the redevelopment of old town takes history, culture, and livelihood away from the residents. He is trying to drag knowledge and skills from those people back to the society. He is working hard to develop these studies into forms of exhibition, collaboration, or even as a new start up. In Korea, he ran 'Dissatisfaction Museum' project in Anyang after gathering all kinds of discontent from the local people and visualize the collections. What is TEDx? In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TED has created a program called TEDx. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self- organized events that ...
DUCATI MUSEUM: history and tour with curator Livio Taking a break from the World Ducati Week festivities, Sheela ventures north to the home of Ducati in Bologna - travelling through the 'Land of Engines' before arriving at the Factory. Livio Lodi, Ducati Museum Curator, takes us behind the history of this famous Marque.
Karazhan, Curator 1st kill. This is our First kill ever of the 5th boss, Curator. The video is a bit long, so try to stay awake. Battle Music is from Earthbound and Guitar Hero 2. If you wonder why in some of my videos that the music gets quiet when certain people talk, It's because their Microphones are so bad that they litterally suck the sound out of my computer when they talk.
Winchester Model 1895: NRA National Firearms Museum Curator's Corner This hunting rifle was a favorite of President Theodore Roosevelt. Museum Senior Curator Phil Schreier joins Cam Edwards to present the Winchester Model 1895 lever-action rifle, a gun that Roosevelt took with him on an African safari in 1910 and described as big medicine for lions. The US Army ordered this model in musket format for use in the Philippines, and Russian troops loyal to the Czar carried it in World War I. Schreier personally recommends the Model 1895 with .405 cartridges as a hunting gun, having used one to take down a black bear. http
Model 1900 Browning: NRA National Firearms Museum Curator's Corner The personal sidearm of President Theodore Roosevelt. John Popp joins Museum Senior Curator Phil Schreier to discuss a Model 1900 .32-auto Browning manufactured by Fabrique Nationale in Belgium. This beautiful pistol, which features banknote-style engraving, inlaid gold ribbon and mother-of-pearl grips, was kept by Roosevelt on his person and in his bedside drawer in the White House. It was passed down to Roosevelts grandson, who personally delivered it to the National Firearms Museum. http
Careers in Photography: Sarah Meister, Curator at MoMA Want to become a photographer? This video series, brought to you by Joy of Giving Something, Inc,. features working professionals in the field of photography. This episode features Sarah Meister, Curator of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art.
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Coogan's Run - The Curator This clip of Coogan's Run written by Graham Linehan & Arthur Mathews (Father Ted), Geoffrey Perkins and Steve Coogan & Henry Normal, stars Steve Coogan as (take a breath) Mike Crystal playing his own aggressive agent Clint Stallone. Also featured is Theresa Banham as his girlfriend Debs.
Portal - Larvae / Illoomorpheme ( live ) For more (((unartig))) recordings please go to Portal playing Larvae and Illoomorpheme live at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York City on May 26, 2010
First look: Curate the real-time web with Curated.by I will use www.curated.by tomorrow at Techcrunch Disrupt to curate the real-time web. You'll see photos, videos, and other things show up on my page at www.curated.by Here you'll see what this tool does and how it does it.
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