Sunday 15 December 2019

Reading list, 15 December 2019

The Art World Really Is Unfair: 9 reasons why, from Artnet

Seema Rao reflects on museum work in the 2010s

The V&A have released their updated exhibition interpretation guidelines (the post has a link to download, plus 10 top recommendations)

The Guardian has launched a public appeal to track down Benin bronzes in smaller museums

Mark Amery and Megan Dunn run down 10 top moments from the past decade of New Zealand art for The Spinoff

Also in The Spinoff, Jim Barr and Mary Barr report on Ruth Buchanan's full-gallery 50th anniversary collection hang for the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery. 

Jesse Green for the New York TimesHow Today’s Queer Artists Are Revising History

Roberta Smith for the New York TimesA Sea Change in the Art World, Made by Black Creators

Maui Solomon for E-Tangata: Moriori: Still setting the record straight

The State of Museum Digital Practice in 2019: A collection of graduate essays and responses

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