Art Exhibitions in the Digital Age
Corcoran alumna, Ariel Wilchek, has launched an insightful blog focusing in on temporary exhibitions and the changing world of museums. Witfully entitled, Pop-up Bliss: The Joy of Impermanence, she delves into the way architecture, environmental graphics, installation design, and more are evolving their methods of storytelling and visitor relation. Wilchek recently posted an article that cleverly answers a question on my mind lately: People talk about exhibits long after they have closed — is there any value in an exhibit that can’t be visited?
Read her post, Art Exhibitions in the Digital Age