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'Seeing a palazzo with its own collection will be quite unique'. Interview May 1, 2019 1223
'Gropius didn't want the Bauhaus to be political, but he couldn't avoid it'. Interview Apr 1, 2019 1219
'I would like to introduce people to connoisseurship': Lars Hendrikman at the Bonnefantenmuseum. Interview Mar 1, 2019 1151
KYNASTON McSHINE: 1935-2018. Frankel, David; Serra, Richard In memoriam May 1, 2018 783
Are undergraduate degrees in curating useful? Essay Mar 1, 2018 1487
Judges. List Oct 1, 2017 740
Girls make history. Interview Mar 1, 2017 894
The great museum. Marks, Thomas Interview Oct 1, 2016 2400
'Over 3,000 items will be on show': ambitious new galleries at the National Museum of Scotland. Interview Jul 1, 2016 1180
Found at the foundling: Cornelia Parker on why she relishes curating. Parker, Cornelia Interview May 1, 2016 1338
'We are solidly based in the 20th and 21st century': Sheena Wagstaff on the opening of the Met Breuer. Interview Mar 1, 2016 1051
'Our Europe is a fairly inclusive Europe': Lesley Miller on the new European Galleries at the V&A. Interview Dec 1, 2015 903
Jacquiline Creswell. Hacker, Sophie Interview Jun 22, 2015 1523
Even Curators Get the Blues (with apologies to Tom Robbins) or How I Spent My Summer Staycation. Wylie, Liz Essay Dec 22, 2014 2995
Lynne cooke. Dec 1, 2014 1066
Pauline J. Yao. Dec 1, 2014 1133
Christine Macel. Dec 1, 2014 951
Sarah Waters. Interview Nov 1, 2014 995
The African American museum and library at Oakland: an interview with curator and director Rick Moss. Zulu, Itibari M. Interview Sep 1, 2014 2525
Quality control. Marks, Thomas Cover story Mar 1, 2014 2607
Diary: Diana Campbell Betancourt. Diary entry Feb 1, 2014 848
Michael Desmond Gallagher (1921-2014). Eriksen, Jens Obituary Jan 1, 2014 756
Peter Hellyer adds. Obituary Jan 1, 2014 422
Recent deaths. Brief article Sep 22, 2013 264
Cummings, Marquette Museum are honored at Houghton Conference. Conference news Sep 1, 2013 281
Constance Lewallen with Phong Bui. Bui, Phong Interview Jul 1, 2013 4471
John Elderfield, Jennifer Field, Lauren Mahony, and Delphine Huisinga with Phong Bui. Bui, Phong Interview Jan 1, 2013 8764
A museum brings home far-flung regions. Bailey, Spencer Interview Jan 1, 2013 1328
Fly guy. Sanders, Laura Dec 15, 2012 358
The 2012 portfolio of American influence. Nov 1, 2012 8292
Stellar casts: with its unprecedented range and superlative loans, 'Bronze' at London's Royal Academy is a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition. Curator David Ekserdjian and National Gallery director Nicholas Penny take a tour of its highlights. Interview Nov 1, 2012 2531
The endorsements. Apr 1, 2012 3283
I am a living history interpreter. Zacharias, Stephan P. Nov 1, 2011 1012
Marcia Bernhardt takes top State History award. Awards list Nov 1, 2010 501
Museum work: put your skills on exhibit. Torpey, Elka Maria Cover story Jun 22, 2010 4228
Presbyterian Museum seeks funds for part-time curator: committee hopes to raise $300,000 in three years. Purvis, Connie Brief article Jan 1, 2010 253
AGM 2009: this year's AGM was held at the Iron Bridge Museum, Telford. The event saw the inauguration of the new Chairman, Tony Keegan, who will be championing the practising engineering designer and aims to raise awareness of the profession. Sep 1, 2009 3225
New beginnings: Tim Griffin talks with Daniel Birnbaum about the upcoming 53rd Venice Biennale. Griffin, Tim Interview May 1, 2009 5242
Two lovely shades of green: a view from both sides of the fence. Levad, Mike; Lee, Chris Discussion Mar 1, 2009 1629
Exhibition of the year: Philippe de Montebello's final year as director of the Metropolitan Museum was marked by an exhibition on pietre dure that characteristically fused scholarship with showmanship. Rowell, Christopher Dec 1, 2008 397
Animal keeper: meet the caretaker of a museum's living exhibits. Jango-Cohen, Judith Feb 18, 2008 1009
Second acts: after reaching the pinnacles of their high-profile careers, two women, with ties to higher education, let their passions lead the way. Hamilton, Kendra Nov 15, 2007 2177
To sell--or not to sell? Museums and galleries in the UK almost never sell works of art from their collections and there is a huge public outcry whenever it is attempted. Yet in the USA such sales are common and usually uncontroversial. However, the surprise results of an APOLLO survey of 50 leading curators reveal that UK attitudes are shifting fast. Andrews, Isabel Sep 1, 2007 3760
Superintendent Henry Joseph (Bunny) Storer. Smith, Neil Brief article Dec 1, 2006 233
Jean-Michel Basquiat. Troupe, Margaret Porter Interview Mar 22, 2005 7025
Dwight Emerson Sargent: a remembrance: Nieman Curator from 1964 to 1973, he died on April 4 at the age of 85. (End Note). Jenkins, Ray Brief Article Jun 22, 2002 809
Professor Keith Thomson, director of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, has called for a major spring clean of UK museums, urging curators to sell or even give away `trivial' objects to make space for objects perceived as of greater import. Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 189
The Embattled Curator. KLEIN, JULIA M. Aug 13, 2001 1654
The Fabric of History. Staniland, Kay Nov 1, 2000 1506
FRISCO BID. PLAGENS, PETER Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 529
Small World: Dioramas in Contemporary Art. Dailey, Meghan Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 114
FRANK APPRAISAL. Als, Hilton Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 1999 1550
Mining the store. Rugoff, Ralph Interview Jan 1, 1999 2018
The Inflation of Jasper Johns. GIBSON, ERIC Mar 1, 1997 1552
Douglas Leonard. Gage, Richard May 1, 1994 245
Stitches in time. Sep 1, 1993 232
Ingersoll, Ernest (1852-1946). Reference Source Jan 1, 1991 135
The Whitney Biennial, 1987. Danto, Arthur Coleman column May 16, 1987 2432

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