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Particularly Nice Weather, Tar and Tickle Texas Feather

Part of my literature for the upcoming spring show:

While at the periodontist yesterday I read a recent interview with Bob Dylan in AARP magazine. Rotting gums, Bob Dylan, and a bland publication representing a powerful lobby of 35 million members. 1,665 more words

Behind the scenes - A dusty task!

Tullie House has a wonderful collection of just about everything, and with spring just around the corner we have been doing a ‘Deep Clean’ in the stores. 486 more words

‘Indigenous Beauty’: a blockbuster Native American show at SAM

WASHINGTON – Curators and collectors of Native American art are fully aware of the value-laden, contradictory choices in displaying these objects: Emphasize the visual qualities and you risk minimizing the spiritual, educational or functional contexts out of which the art emerged. 127 more words


Emerging Collective Launch Party

Hong Kong, China- Emerging Collective’s launch party at Sevva, Hong Kong’s premiere rooftop venue, started off blessed with good fortune as the week’s torrential rains held back for the evening. 182 more words

Art Basel Hong Kong


Bruce Davidson/ Paul Caponigro: Two American Photographers in Britain and Ireland presents the works of two seminal American photographers together for the first time. Organized by Jenny Watts, Curator of Photography at the Huntington Library, and Scott Wilcox, the Chief Curator of Art Collections and Senior Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Yale Center for British Art, this exhibition focuses on the images produced by each of the photographers while working in the British Isles. 1,123 more words


British Museum National Partnerships Conference 2015

The National Programmes team will host a free conference at the British Museum to explore ideas around the Curator of the Future on Monday 13 April 2015. 248 more words


Object of the Month - February

Every month our curators choose an object from our stores to put on public display in our Object of the Month case, in the Rear Atrium (by the back doors into the gardens). 238 more words