This photograph of Robert Storr was sent to us the other day. It came after a discussion with one of our regular readers about the increasingly flash offices, galleries and boardrooms that have become a feature of the arts. Someone once said you could do a museum show of the change in the New Zealand art scene by displaying the different styles of shoes curators have been wearing since the 1970s. A row of footwear travelling from Bata to Prada. Nice to see that Robert Storr, one of the most prolific and astute curators in the world, knows how to create a good working office when he needs one.
Image: Robert Storr, judge of the 2004 Walters Prize and this year's director of the Venice Biennale.
Thursday, April 26, 2007
Posted by jim and Mary at 7:37 AM