Category Archives: Mesuems

The focus of exhibition planning – less is more

Good curatorship is all about choosing the exhibits for the viewer and providing hidden value. The curator’s work consists of screening and selecting the best of art. Immediately upon entering the artist’s studio, the curator begins to absorb, filter and … Continue reading

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New Aspects in Historical Curatorship

The Iranian Jewry Exhibition as an Example of Potential By Hagai Segev, Chief Curator of Beit Hatfutsot Museum, Tel Aviv 2010 In today’s media world, it seems the museum field revolves only around art, and for the most part, contemporary … Continue reading

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A-B-C-Do – The Knowledge Playground

Ah-Ba-Ga-Da (A-B-C-Do) – The Knowledge Playground Discovering and creating a language exhibition at Beit Hatfutsot, Tel Aviv By Hagai Segev Chief Curator of Beit Hatfutsot Museum and the Ah-Ba-Ga-Da exhibition 2011 Verbal and non-verbal communication are two essential elements to all … Continue reading

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The Act of Curating – How an Exhibition is Created

Some insights on planning the Fifth Israeli Ceramics Biennale Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, December 2008-May 2009 First published in 1280, a Material Culture Magazine in Israel Published by the Ceramic Artists Association of Israel No. 19, Summer of 2009 … Continue reading

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