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Art Monthly Show on ResonanceFM-10th September 2010

Jennifer Thatcher and Andrew Hunt discuss their texts from the September 2010 issue of Art Monthly with Matt Hale. Jennifer Thatcher’s feature “Extreme Gallery Makeover” covers new trends and approaches to gallery design and emphasis. “It is time to admit that the white cube no longer possesses the authority it once did, when you can buy that once-mysterious aura for a few quid down at B&Q, and it has been a long while since galleries just showed objects and framed work. But are there more appropriate and radical alternatives to the non-spaces of glass boxes and ex-industrial sites beyond a cosy retreat into the domestic and private? ”

Andrew Hunt’s discusses his review of “Curating and the Educational Turn” “a multi dialogic curatorial extravaganza” which states that a shift towards education is currently pervasive in curatorial practice.

The programme is produced by Frederika Whitehead and hosted by Matt Hale who has worked at Art Monthly since 1991.


Art Monthly magazine’s talk programme on Resonance FM started in February 2009 and is broadcast on the second Friday of each month at 5pm. In each show Art Monthly critics discuss their writing in the latest issue.

The programme is hosted by Matt Hale who has worked at Art Monthly since 1991 and is produced by Frederika Whitehead.

Previous episodes are available on Art Monthly’s websitewww.artmonthly.co.uk/events.htm

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