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Oil On Paper

Oil is the elixir of the economy and venom to the environment. Beyond its materialization as myriad synthetics from furniture to foodstuffs, this contentious fluid has become the elan vital of development—at once pervasive, productive, and perverse.

The Culture of Curating and the Curating of Culture(s)

So if we come to know artists and their works, and even exhibitions, not through physically navigating the gallery but instead by scrolling down a Tumblr feed or clicking next on a Flash slideshow, what role does the curator play in our understanding of the work? And if we primarily come to know art online, then what role does online curation play in the contemporary art world?


The Brooklyn Rail

APR 2013

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