Mousse: The Artist As Curator

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THE ARTIST AS CURATOR is a serial publication* examining the fundamental role artists have played as curators, from the postwar period to the present. The series is edited by Elena Filipovic and made possible by an engaged group of art institutions and foundations, each of which is supporting the research and publication of one installment of the project.
In issue #5, Dirk Snauwaert writes about Marcel Broodthaers and his Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles, Section des Figures, from 1972, while Elizabeth Lebovici's essay examines the 1990 show Feux pâles, by Philippe Thomas. This issue is supported by CAPC Musée d'art Contemporain de Bordeaux.