Artists and Curators as Authors – Competitors, Collaborators, or Team-workers?
Artists and Curators as Authors – Competitors, Collaborators, or Team-workers? is the first book of the Small Run Books series, which treats the issues of contemporary curatorial practice and its theoretical rendition.
The book comprises three texts by Dorothee Richter, a researcher of curatorship, Professor of University of Reading (United Kingdom) and the head of PhD program at Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK).
The texts were translated from English to Ukrainian by Iaroslava Strikha and Tetyana Rodionova.
Dorothee Richter has edited 33 issues of the independent international journal ONCURATING, which she had established both in electronic and printed version. Also, together with young curators, the researcher has realised the program called Curate Your Context, shot a movie Flux Us Now! Fluxus Explored with a Camera, and gathered an archive consisting of more than 50 video-interviews with contemporary curators, including Peter Weibel, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Stella Rollig, and others.
THE SMALL RUN BOOKS CONSISTS OF BOOKS:
1. Dorothee Richter. Artists and Curators as Authors – Competitors, Collaborators, or Teamworkers? (publication date: May 2018)
2. Pascal Gielen, Thijs Lijster. Culture: The Base of Civil Society (publication date: May 2018)
3. George Baker. Photography's Expanded Field (publication date: October 2018)
4. Hans Ulrich Obrist. Robert Crumb. Art Spiegelman. John Carlin. Borys Filonenko. Comics in the Museum of Contemporary Art (publication date: October 2018)
Design of the series: 3z studio
Dorothee Richter 104 p. 180x130x12 ISBN: 978-966-97657-2-7 Language: Ukrainian 2018