Due to the global Coronavirus crisis, we will host webstudios and meet online in the next three months. The first one takes place on March 26, 2020.
March 26, 2020 // 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm
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Understanding the new tool ZOOM
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TASAWAR Curatorial Studios
Timeline and processing
MATTER OF TIME International Art Exhibitions
Options in 2020/2021
MATTER OF TIME Time as an artistic subject
MOOC c/o Centre Pompidou Paris 2018: L’art moderne et contemporain en 4 temps
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CONTEMPORARY ART IN TUNISIA and around
Curatorial research on experimental art forms in Tunisia
THE WHITE CUBE
Understanding the impact of exhibition spaces
“The aesthetic was introduced in the early twentieth century in response to the increasing abstraction of modern art. With an emphasis on colour and light, artists from groups like De Stijl and the Bauhaus preferred to exhibit their works against white walls in order to minimise distraction. The white walls were also thought to act as a frame, rather like the borders of a photograph. A parallel evolution in architecture and design provided the right environment for the art. In 1976 Brian O’Doherty wrote a series of essays for Artforum magazine, later turned into a book called Inside the White Cube, in which he confronted the modernist obsession with the white cube arguing that every object became almost sacred inside it, making the reading of art problematic.” >> Tate Art Terms: The White Cube.
Maria Lind: Displacements and Sites Notes on a Curatorial Method.
Wiley & Sons Hoboken.us 2020
Elena Filipovic: The Global White Cube.
ONCURATING Issue 22 Zuerich.ch 2014
Paul O’Neill: The Curatorial Turn.
Intellect Bristol.uk / Chicago.us 2007.
Brian O’Doherty: Inside the White Cube.
The Lapis Press San Francisco.us 1976
INTERFERENCE International Light Art Project
Getting to know the Medina