Posts Tagged ‘Paul Roth’

Paul Roth Leaves the Corcoran, Again

For the second time in three years, curator Paul Roth is leaving the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Art in America's Brian Boucher reports that Roth has taken a job with Toronto's Ryerson University, where he will serve as director of the prestigious Ryerson Image Centre.
Roth has served as the Corcoran's senior curator of art and director [...]

Exploring Lincoln Schatz’s “The Network,” Now at the National Portrait Gallery

In this town, getting a bunch of politicians and Washington insiders to agree on anything presents a challenge—even when it comes to art. Getting them to be in the art, well, that doesn't seem as difficult.
Tuesday, the National Portrait Gallery unveiled a new addition to its permanent collection, The Network, a recent work by video [...]

Paul Roth Returns to the Corcoran

Paul Roth, the longtime curator at the Corcoran Gallery of Art who left the institution at the end of 2009 to helm the Richard Avedon Foundation, is back at the Corcoran.
As the museum's senior curator and director of photography and media arts, Roth returns to his former stomping grounds with expanded responsibilities—though photography and media [...]

Archives’ Photo Ban Will Protect Its Documents. Could It Change the Culture of Museumgoing?

It's impossible to make your way through the National Archives and not know that flash photography is banned. There are signs in the rotunda and throughout the exhibits. Guards remind visitors to turn off their flashes when they pass through security. And yet the institution estimates that some 50,000 flashes go off each year—making historic [...]

Curator Paul Roth Leaves the Corcoran

The loss of a talented curator of photography would be deeply felt at any art institution. But at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, which leans heavily on photography exhibitions for its marquee shows, the departure of Paul Roth, its curator of photography and media arts, is akin to a ship suddenly asea without a first [...]