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Thinking About Exhibitions

Author : Bruce W. Ferguson
ISBN : 9781134820016
Genre : Art
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An anthology of writings on exhibition practice from artists, critics, curators and art historians plus artist-curators. It addresses the contradictions posed by museum and gallery sited exhibitions, as well as investigating the challenge of staging art presentations, displays or performances, in settings outside of traditional museum or gallery locales.
Category: Art

Manual Of Museum Exhibitions

Author : Barry Lord
ISBN : 9780759122710
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Manual of Museum Exhibitions is a comprehensive, practical guide to the entire process of planning, designing, producing, and evaluating exhibitions for museums of all kinds. The second edition explores the exhibition development process in greater detail, providing the technical and practical methodologies museum professionals need today.
Category: Business & Economics

Ausstellungen Entwerfen Designing Exhibitions

Author : Aurelia Bertron
ISBN : 9783034612142
Genre : Architecture
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Eine gelungene Ausstellung ist das ausgewogene Resultat von Kommunikation, Wissensvermittlung, Interaktion, Erlebnis und Kontemplation. Dieses erfolgreiche, schon mehrmals nachgedruckte, nunmehr aktualisierte Handbuch erläutert in knapper Form die entscheidenden Entstehungsphasen von Ausstellungen anhand markanter Beispiele aus der Gestaltungspraxis der Autoren. Themen sind Konzeption und Entwurf, Präsentation und Inszenierung, Darstellung und Vermittlung, Text und Grafik, Typografie und Layout, Licht und Beleuchtung. Die grundlegenden Schritte im Gestaltungsprozess werden mit Skizzen, Diagrammen, Plänen, Wandabwicklungen, Simulationen, Darstellungen, Arbeitsmodellen und Fotos veranschaulicht. Bertron Schwarz Frey (Berlin und Ulm) zählt zu den führenden Büros für Ausstellungsgestaltung in Deutschland.
Category: Architecture

Business Travel

Author : Rob Davidson
ISBN : 0582404444
Genre : Business & Economics
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Business travel is a fast-expanding sector of the travel and tourism industry, accounting for between one quarter and one third of travel-related spending in most developed countries. In recognition of the crucial part it plays in enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness with which business is conducted throughout the world, the study of business travel is now becoming an essential element of many higher education courses.
Category: Business & Economics


Author : Tom Klobe
ISBN : 9781442276789
Genre : Business & Economics
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Tom Klobe, founding director of the University of Hawai'i Art Gallery and emeritus professor, draws upon three decades of award-winning design work to produce a definitive text on what makes for compelling and unforgettable museum exhibitions. Exhibitions: Concept, Planning and Design presents the basics—the elements and principles of design, use of space, budgets and resources, lighting and wall labels, and more—as well as the inspiring.
Category: Business & Economics

Colonial Photography And Exhibitions

Author : Anne Maxwell
ISBN : 0718502299
Genre : Photography
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This book investigates the historical practice of producing stereotyped spectacles of colonized peoples at the great exhibitions and in colonial photography, and relates it to the shaping of European and settler identities. In doing so, it singles out the homogeneous aspects of colonialism's culture as well as distinguishing its discontinuities. By comparing the images produced in Britain and France with those produced in North America, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific, Japan, and China, it proposes that differences in representations of colonized peoples between the imperial centres and the colonies were the result of different social and political agendas. By focusing on the images connected to anthropology, dying race theory, travel, tourism, and portraiture, Maxwell argues that while some photographs were directed at naturalizing the precept of colonialism, others were used to criticize it and to empower indigenous subjects. Written from a postcolonial perspective, and pursuing an interdisciplinary approach, this book will be of interest to scholars, students, and researchers intent on knowing more about the images of racial and cultural difference that shaped our immediate past.
Category: Photography

Reshaping Museum Space

Author : Suzanne Macleod
ISBN : 0415343453
Genre : Architecture
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Reshaping Museum Space pulls together the views of an international group of museum professionals, architects, designers and academics highlights the complexity, significance and malleability of museum space, and provides reflections upon recent developments in museum architecture and exhibition design. Various chapters concentrate on the process of architectural and spatial reshaping, and the problems of navigating the often contradictory agendas and aspirations of the broad range of professionals and stakeholders involved in any new project. Contributors review recent new build, expansion and exhibition projects questioning the types of museum space required at the beginning of the twenty-first century and highlighting a range of possibilities for creative museum design. Essential reading for anyone involved in creating, designing and project managing the development of museum exhibits, and vital reading for students of the discipline.
Category: Architecture

Exhibitions Trade Fairs And Industrial Events

Author : Warwick Frost
ISBN : 9781315415277
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is the first to take an in-depth examination of the breadth and scope of exhibitions, trade fairs and other industrial events as a marketing tool or channel. Industrial Events are planned events that are staged with the primary aim of marketing businesses, industries and products. This may lead to direct sales through these events, as well as the development of brand image or building brand awareness; penetration of new markets; trials of new products and knowledge diffusion. These business goals might be future-focused, with meetings of strategic players from across an industry or sector contributing to the shaping of future innovations and development. Industrial events act as a marketplace, but rather than seeing them as temporary or isolated activities, they can be understood as cyclical clusters. This is a multidisciplinary book written by an international group of leading academics, offering a wide range of case studies that feature countries such as the United Kingdom, United States of America, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Australia and New Zealand. It will appeal to students and researchers in the fields of cultural studies, history, tourism, sociology, economics and management
Category: Business & Economics

Connecting Kids To History With Museum Exhibitions

Author : D Lynn McRainey
ISBN : 9781315431871
Genre : Social Science
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Kids have profound and important relationships to the past, but they don't experience history in the same way as adults. For museum professionals and everyone involved in informal history education and exhibition design, this book is the essential new guide to creating meaningful and memorable connections to the past for children. This vital museum audience possesses many of the same dynamic qualities as trained historian—curiosity, inquiry, empathy for the human experience—yet traditional history exhibitions tend to focus on passive looking in the galleries, giving priority to relaying information through words. D. Lynn McRainey and John Russick bring together top museum professionals to present state-of-the-art research and practice that respects and incorporates kids' developmental stages and learning preferences and the specific ways in which kids connect to history. They provide concrete tools for audience research and evaluation; exhibition development and design; and working with kids as "creative consultants." The only book to focus comprehensively on history exhibits for kids, Connecting Kids to History With Museum Exhibitions shows how to enhance the experiences of a vitally important but frequently the least understood museum audience.
Category: Social Science