By Metropolitan Museum of Art, Maryan Wynn Ainsworth
Result of a systematic examine of the substructure of thirty-nine work within the Metropolitan Museum's collections.
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There’s no longer a stranglehold by one faction of the arts community. Curators don’t have it. Commercial gallerists don’t have it. Nobody has it. It’s an open ﬁeld. And that’s very exciting, but it’s also much more puzzling for artists to navigate their own path through what seems like a big mineﬁeld. I encourage artists to turn this into an opportunity. For example, staying connected with their peers because some of them may end up changing hats, such as when they discover they are better suited [to] running a gallery than making art.
Somehow when you are dealing with language barriers, people become more direct and their reactions seem very honest. This is very important to me. If I am able to communicate without verbal explanations then something is working. C U T LE R : An Interview with Polly Apfelbaum and Amy Cutler 41 I agree that showing in Europe is very exciting. Often in Europe they are much more willing to go the distance for art. I think in certain places in the United States people are really closed off to contemporary art in some of my more recent experiences.
It was through my curatorial experience running a nonproﬁt gallery that I learned what worked in an artist statement, how to organize a portfolio, conduct a studio visit, or write a grant proposal. I wanted the AIM artists to get this same kind of experience. How does a curatorial perspective change a studio visit? For example, one of the assignments was they had to do studio visits with ﬁve artists in the program who followed them alphabetically on the list and write up a proposal for a two-person exhibition.