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by Julian Spalding

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  • ISBN 3791326783
  • ISBN13 978-3791326788
  • Language English
  • Author Julian Spalding
  • Publisher Prestel Pub (June 1, 2002)
  • Pages 184
  • Formats azw lrf mbr doc
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
  • Size ePub 1169 kb
  • Size Fb2 1894 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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In the rush to modernise, some museums have replaced almost all their collections with interactive exhibits and computers while others have put everything they can on display, turning their museums into pastiche cabinets of curiosity. Julian Spalding maintains that both approaches devalue visiting museums and galleries. The frontiers of knowledge are no longer collectible as they were during the Enlightenment, when museums became a central way of understanding natural and human history. Using examples as varied as the Louvre in Paris, the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D. C., the State Museum of Political History in St. Petersburg, and the Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore, Spalding illustrates how to use objects and artefacts to create profound and poetic insights into the past.Writing for the visitor as well as the professional, Julian Spalding investigates every aspect of museum work from collecting to financing, from buildings to displays, revealing entrenched habits which must be reformed to reach a wider and increasingly sophisticated public. Most importantly, Spalding describes how his own ideal, the 'poetic museum,' would transform traditional museums and greatly extend their audiences. Accessible, radical and filled with important recommendations as well as entertaining insights, this groundbreaking polemic is certain to spark public as well as professional debate for years to come.

In the rush to modernise, some museums have replaced almost all their collections with interactive exhibits and computers while others have put everything they . has been added to your Cart.

In the rush to modernise, some museums have replaced almost all their collections with interactive exhibits and computers while others have put everything they can on display.

The Poetic Museum book. Jun 21, 2013 Amy rated it really liked it. Author Julian Spalding maintains that both approaches devalue visiting museums and galleries. The frontiers of knowledge are no longer collectible as they were during the Enlightenment, when museums became a central way of understanding natural and human history.

Request PDF On Oct 1, 2002, Peter Linett and others published THE POETIC MUSEUM: REVIVING HISTORIC COLLECTIONS . This paper concerns a small collection of Neolithic pottery from Thessaly (Northern Greece), stored in the Archaeological Museum of Florence.

This paper concerns a small collection of Neolithic pottery from Thessaly (Northern Greece), stored in the Archaeological Museum of Florence. The paper treats the description of every potsherd in terms of typoloical shape and decorative repertoire. Moreover it seeks to historically contextualize the diplomatic relationships between the Archaeological Museum of Florence and the National.

When Julian Spalding was up for the job of director of the V&A, he was told by its then chairman, Lord Carrington, that . In 1998 Spalding was restructured out of the job, and is now in the limbo of consultancy. It is difficult not to see this book as part apologia, part job application.

When Julian Spalding was up for the job of director of the V&A, he was told by its then chairman, Lord Carrington, that "We don't want any ideas, you know. It concludes with an imaginary visit to the British Museum in 2012 that would give its new director Neil MacGregor a heart attack; not because of the vividness of his ideas, but the financial resources they would require.

Author Julian Spalding maintains that both approaches devalue visiting .

Author Julian Spalding maintains that both approaches devalue visiting museums and galleries. Julian Spalding is the founder of such award-winning museums as the Ruskin Gallery, the St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, and the Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art. The author of The Poetic Museum (Prestel), he speaks and writes often about issues in contemporary art. He lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. Библиографические данные.

Julian Spalding (born 15 June 1947 in Lewisham, South London) is an English art critic, writer, broadcaster and a. .The Poetic Museum: reviving historic collections by Julian Spalding, Robert Hewison, The Independent, Wednesday, 3 April 2002.

Julian Spalding (born 15 June 1947 in Lewisham, South London) is an English art critic, writer, broadcaster and a former curator.

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In the rush to modernise, some museums have replaced almost all their collections with interactive exhibits and computers while others have put everything they can on display, turning their museums into pastiche cabinets of curiosity.

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