cocurator

cocurator

(ˌkəʊkjʊəˈreɪtə)
n
a fellow curator
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Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musee d' Orsay,' said Paul Perrin, cocurator with Marine Kisiel, 'gives the nod to the Impressionists' radical use of color,' and the paintings 'are presented in thematic sections based on colors' used by the foremost practitioners of the revolutionary style.
times Dr Mark Jackson, cocurator and guardian of the Gertrude Bell Archive at Newcastle University, said: "The archive documents the wide range of people and places encountered by Bell in the late 19th and early 20th century, many of which subsequently have been radically changed.
There has been a paradigm shift recently," says Rob DeSalle, cocurator of "The Secret World Inside You.
In addition to being the co-curator of the US designs for Costume at the Turn of the Century 1990-2015, Tsu's international curatorial efforts include cocurator of US pavilions for PQ 2007, artistic director in 2011, and curator of the US designs shown in the World Costume Festival in Vigan, Philippines.
Lawrence gets all the glory but Gertrude Bell did as much and probably more," says Andrew Parkin, cocurator of a major new exhibition on an individual who is surely one of the North East's most remarkable women.
He is the founder of the awardwinning Design Mind magazine, the organizer of the Reinvent Business hackathon, and a cocurator of the Silicon Values dinner series.
Now, according to Donna Loveday, the exhibition's cocurator, successful women opt for still less constricting fashions.
Sir Benjamin's vast legacy of photographs and glass negatives are housed at the Library of Birmingham and its head of photography Pete James is cocurator of the exhibition.
Martin Roberts, cocurator of the exhibition - which will run until February 2015 - said: "It was home to many household names including Daimler and Humber, who opened in the city in the late 19th and early 20th century, when the city rose to prominence as the centre for cycle and automotive manufacture.
Biennial cocurator Mai Abu ElDahab said: "We're debating whether it will be an exhibition of his works or about Whistler, but it will probably stand somewhere in the middle.
It was Alfred Stieglitz who, a century ago, campaigned in support of photography's expressive possibilities independent from other visual arts, because he believed the medium to be endowed with what he described as 'a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality,'" comments Julian Cox, cocurator of "Real to Real.
Projects: architect or designer of around 20 exhibitions, cocurator of architecture discussion platform based in Vilnius.