This is a feature on Bartomeu Mari, curator of the 2002 Taipei Biennial, who talks to the China Times about the trend in a number of European countries where directorship of art institutions is endowed to young and emerging curators. He also expresses his view that it will be problematic if a curator acts simultaneously as an art critic, since there is conflict in the nature of the two roles.
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Location code CLP.02.10.27
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Chinese - Traditional

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27 Oct 2002

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China Times, 27 Oct 2002, p. 14

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