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Art and its institutions : current conflicts, critique and collaborations

Author: Nina Möntmann
Publisher: London : Black Dog Pub., 2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A survey of art's complex and troubled relationship with institutions, this is a useful introduction to those involved with art appreciation, collecting, curation, the art market, art practice, as well as students and practitioners of art history, theory and politics.
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Genre/Form: Miscellanea
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nina Möntmann
ISBN: 1904772501 9781904772507
OCLC Number: 70160017
Description: 191 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
Contents: The utopian institution? / Cecilia Gelin --
Art and its institutions / Nina Montmann --
The changing normative foundations of Nordic welfare state institutions / Nanna Kildal --
Curating with institutional visions / a roundtable talk with: Roger M. Buergel, Anselm Franke, Maria Linda, Nina Montmann --
Spaces of conflict / Mike Bode and Staffan Schmidt --
"A museum is not a business, It is run in a businesslike fashion" / Andrea Fraser --
Opacity: current considerations on art institutions and the economy of desire / Nina Montmann --
Institutional desires / Sven-Olov Wallenstein --
Game within the game: institution, institutionalisation and art education / Beatrice Von Bismarck --
This is not an exhibition. On the practical ties and symbolic differences between the agency of the art institution and the work of those on its outside / Jan Verwoert --
The trouble with institutions, or, art and its publics / Simon Sheikh --
Friends of the divided mind / an email conversation between Marita Muukkonen and Chris Evans --
There is no alternative: the future is self-organised. Part 1. / Anthony Davies, Stephan Dillemuth, Jakob Jakobsen --
Collective interest / 16 Beaver group in conversation with Tone Hansen and Trude Iversen.
Responsibility: edited by Nina Möntmann.

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