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One of the most colourful figures in the artworld today . . . Hans Ulrich Obrist [is] not so much a curator as a human whirlwind (Guardian)

An engaging and erudite work that argues persuasively for the continued relevance of curating for the arts and wider society. His book is about the curator's role as a maker of exhibitions, a task that involves tracing hidden connections between artworks and forging untrammelled routes across culture in search of new ways of experiencing art; new ways of looking at the world around us. If that sounds like an impossibly romantic definition it's because this is an unapologetically personal account of the profession's development (Ekow Eshun Independent)

The sheer energy [Obrist] has brought to working with artists themselves is the abiding impression of Ways of Curating (Brian Dillon Literary Review)

People care about Mr. Obrist. His reputation is that of a fast-talking, tireless obsessive, and his various activities-which include mounting shows around the world, moderating panels, writing catalog essays, hosting early-morning salons and conducting scores of in-depth interviews with artists and other cultural figures-have made him an improbably influential, globally ubiquitous presence in the art world (New York Observer)

Obrist [is] a guru for young curators interested in how the form of the art show might change (Independent)

This is a highly intelligent, thoughtful and thought-provoking book. Obrist emerges as both scholarly and energetically engaged with the proliferation of ideas in modern culture today (Financial Times)

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Hans Ulrich Obrist is a curator and writer. Since 2006 he has been co-director of the Serpentine Gallery, London. He is the author of Ways of Curating and, with Ai Weiwei, of Ai Weiwei Speaks.

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and what seemed like self-aggrandizement. "I met him 9. Dezember 2014
Von Igor Nitski - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
The first two or three chapters of WAYS OF CURATING were very engaging, and quite promising. Then the book descended into a fog of buzzwords, cliches, and what seemed like self-aggrandizement. "I met him. I talked with her. He is one of my role models. I taught him this. I am making this grand synthesis." So much name dropping—but not very interesting names to those not in the German-centric art world. What comes through is a kind of strange ego-less egotism. Mr. Obrist seems a very earnest and energetic peripatetic curator, but perhaps way too caffeinated, and focusing too much on the surface of things. (Or, perhaps he just hasn't communicated his deeper thoughts and feelings? It's the "authentic" story that we readers crave.) Overall the book provides no profound insights whatsoever about the content of Mr. Obrist's collaborations. It is as if all that interests Mr. Obrist is scintillating sparkle.

Two additional points: (1) The book's dust jacket, though tactilely delightful, smell horrible. And the smell doesn't go away with time. I eventually threw the dust jacket away. (2) I purchased this book in a brick and mortar bookstore.
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Really interesting, I have never highlighted a book with ... 24. Dezember 2014
Von PaulTaylor - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Really interesting, I have never highlighted a book with such gusto.
Full of ideas to open Art into a wider arena than just the walls !
Excellent. Could Have Been A Bit Better 26. Juli 2015
Von Rajiv Chopra - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I quite like this book, as it did open my eyes to the fact that the curating world is a fairly multi-layered world, and it goes way beyond just hanging pictures on a wall.

What I like is the rather simple manner in which he writes, and this kept me somewhat engaged throughout. There is a lot of name-dropping, and this does spoil the book somewhat.

Also, when he uses terms like 'the greatest artist' etc, I cannot help but think that he, like many Western writers, cannot see beyond the Western / Northern Quarter of the world. Latin America, Asia, Australia are beyond their vision.

I would have liked some photographs. This would have helped to illustrate the points he was wanting to make.

Apart from these, for me, a good book.
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