ARTE-3401 Curatorship and Events
This is an introductory course intended to approach notions defining curatorship as a practice that goes beyond the mere selection of art pieces for an exhibition. By means of exercises and case studies, the program demonstrates that curatorship is a format to think about art and a practice that offers a cultural product: art exhibitions. It provides the necessary tools to visualize those invisible spaces among art pieces, namely, negotiations between curators and artists, selection processes, interpersonal and contextual relations, etc., which contribute to the materialization of an exhibition.
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