Martin-Roth-Symposium – MuseumFutures – Bice Curiger: Planning the unexpected

Martin-Roth-Symposium – MuseumFutures – Bice Curiger: Planning the unexpected

Full title: Planning the unexpected: „When too perfect lieber Gott Böse“ (Nam June Paik)

I plead for an Expanded Art history – with a selective and thoughtful response to popular culture, both historical and contemporary. In museums we have to move away from a too puristically heroic art history with its fetishisation of the masterpiece. Away from a history that remains too much in the conventions of the canonical narrative of the history of style and form. But I also plead for differentiated, intelligent exploitation of the potential of the museum and art history, to protect, defend and at the same time open up the art discourse.

Bice Curiger:
https://campus.re-publica.com/en/member/24836

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