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on June 8, 2017
Another required textbook for yet another art class. My son is majoring in art at a fine UC school. How on earth is this book going to get him a job? It won't. We're renovating the garage into an apartment for when he comes back home waving that art degree. Awesome.
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on November 9, 2006
It is a good book to look at controversy during exhibitions, but from what i've read, it is slightly repetitive. They different exhibitions all have their detractors and it starts to wear on you when you end up discussing the same topics for each exhibition. (I am using this in a classroom setting) It is excellently written, though, clear and to the point, though at times the stories themselves are so convoluted that it gets confusing.

If you are a curator, or looking into curating as a profession, I would recommend this book, just to see some of the problems that can arise.
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on December 17, 2012
I choose this for my class, but then I decide to drop the course, they give me my money back quickly enough. And the book is very good.
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on December 6, 2011
order was correct, quick and as stated good shipper.. thanks. Will use again when we need more text books. Great prices keep up the good work
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