Out of site, out of mind

Brilliant, Richard
December 1992
Art Bulletin;Dec92, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p551
Academic Journal
Editorial. Compares the two career opportunities open to art historians: employment in academic institutions or in museums. Demands of respective roles; Common interest in the work of art; Difference in the exercise of scholarship; Collaboration in putting up art exhibitions.


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