Tag: curation

7 Reasons Why Artsy Rocks The Art World

January 27th, 2015   •   1 comment   

Michael Jackson and Bubbles

Do you love art? I certainly do. Especially works like Jeff Koons’ Michael Jackson and Bubbles (courtesy of Artsy).

While I’m not an art collector myself, I enjoy visiting art galleries and museums. I relish uncovering the rich and multi-layered narratives behind each and every artwork, immersing myself in aesthetic experiences which transport me from the ordinary to the sublime.
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Yahoo! Showcases Short Films with Fast Flicks

November 22nd, 2014   •   no comments   
The three finalists of Yahoo Fast Flicks (sitting) with judges Zhang Wenjie, Mike Wiluan and Eric Khoo

The three finalists of Yahoo Fast Flicks (sitting) with judges Zhang Wenjie, Mike Wiluan and Eric Khoo

Internet giant Yahoo! is quite a different company these days.

Anchored on its four pillars of growth – mobile, social, native advertising, and videos – the California based company focuses more of its energies these days on creating and curating digital content offered through its multiple online and social platforms. By doing so, it seeks to attract more audiences and advertisers.
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The 5 Rs of Curation

June 2nd, 2013   •   no comments   

5 Rs of Curation

A curator hard at work (source of image)

Curators. I should know them.

Guardians of museum collections, curators acquire artefacts and artworks, conduct research, publish articles or books, and mount exhibitions.
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