Now online: Curatography
A platform for the study of curatorial culture based in Taiwan
Curatography, the first bilingual online platform in Taiwan for discourse on contemporary art and curatorial culture, is scheduled to go online April 30, 2020. Commissioned by Taiwan’s National Culture and Arts Foundation and run by the Curating Asia International (CAI), Curatography was created in Taiwan with the aim of building connections within and between Asia’s international curatorial networks. Published in both Chinese and English, the e-journal will invite international curators, artists, and cultural researchers to engage in inter-cultural dialogue through publication of essays, and more broadly build a framework for publishing, lectures, symposia and curatorial praxis. The e-journal’s first issue includes essays by Palais de Tokyo curator Yoann Gourmel and KADIST curator Elodie Royer, Filipina art researcher Eileen Legaspi Ramirez, and Taiwanese curator Hongjohn Lin.
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