Beyond Boundaries: Rethinking Contemporary Art Exhibitions
Cassel, Valerie, Morin, France, Poshyananda, Apinan, Ramirez, Mari Carmen, et al., Art Journal
In the past decade curators throughout the world have developed a range of innovative models for presenting contemporary art, both within and outside of institutional spaces. They have developed these models in response to changes since the end of the Cold War in the shape of contemporary art itself; the institutions in which it has traditionally been presented; and broader social, political, and economic structures. In spite of their differences, they have also shared an often passionate commitment to the belief that contemporary art has the potential to play an integral role in society by opening up spaces in which individuals may reexamine their own lives and their relationship to the …
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Publication information: Article title: Beyond Boundaries: Rethinking Contemporary Art Exhibitions. Contributors: Cassel, Valerie - Author, Morin, France - Author, Poshyananda, Apinan - Author, Ramirez, Mari Carmen - Author, et al. - Author. Journal title: Art Journal. Volume: 59. Issue: 1 Publication date: Spring 2000. Page number: 4+. © 2008 College Art Association. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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