Curatorial Research Bureau
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Programs

CRB is host to free programs that transform the familiar consumer site of a bookshop into bookshop/screening, bookshop/seminar, or bookshop/artist talk. The platform uses consumerism to eschew the private space of academia and public space of exhibition to, above all, forge a learning site where intersections among art, design, education, and consumer culture push against the ways that institutions address audiences.

Four programmatic models—AfterWord, Call + Response, Case Studies, and Open Seminar—serve as primary means to contextualize topics that have our attention as a community.

Filtering by: Case Studies

Céline Condorelli: Support Structures
Apr
3
to Apr 30

Céline Condorelli: Support Structures

Apr 3–30, 2019
(free and open to the public)

What does it mean to practice support? How can collective strategies be used to create community and thus a support network? How can we as curators and creative practitioners build and implement support structures within institutions? For our eighth Case Studies exhibition, we selected Céline Condorelli’s book Support Structures as the focal point for studying a range of methodologies and analyses of support in the arts.

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The Absent Museum: Blueprint for a Museum of Contemporary Art for the Capital of Europe
Oct
2
to Oct 31

The Absent Museum: Blueprint for a Museum of Contemporary Art for the Capital of Europe

Oct 2–31, 2018
(free and open to the public)

Our second Case Studies focuses on The Absent Museum: Blueprint for a Museum of Contemporary Art for the Capital of Europe, published in 2017 on the occasion of an exhibition marking the 10th anniversary of WIELS, a contemporary arts center in Brussels.

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