dzstv://dzstvo.com/blog/blog.php?id=53219&lang=en#articlePosted_24_November_2017 08:25:04For more than two decades, the New York City Museum of Art (NYMOMA) has been celebrating the contributions of its collections by creating a dedicated journal that serves as an unofficial journal for the collection.
The Journal of the New Museum (JNM), as it’s now known, has been a fixture in the collection for more than 40 years.
“It was a great idea,” said museum director of exhibitions David Garrow.
“The idea came about because the museum didn’t have an official journal.
We were just getting started.
It was the first museum I had that had an official, permanent journal.”
In the early 1990s, Garrow and his team were looking for ways to better integrate the collection’s many archives and create an informal, accessible journal.
They looked to the art museum’s existing archives, which include an extensive collection of works by the likes of Picasso, Picasso Jr., and Matisse.
“In that era of the Internet, people were really interested in what’s happening in art,” Garrow said.
“They wanted to be able to find out what was going on in the museum and not have to leave their home.”
Garrow and a team at the New School’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) started brainstorming ways to create a formal journal, but the journal didn’t fit the museum’s aesthetic.
“We realized we wanted to have a kind of a journal that was sort of like a book, but in the book world,” Gough said.
The idea was to combine a collection of journals into a single document.
The journal would include photos, video clips, and other visual material to show what was happening in the building and the work itself.
But Garrow’s team also knew they would have to take into account the museum archives, as well as the art’s current exhibitions.
The idea came from Garrow, who has a degree in art history from Columbia University and studied at the University of Pittsburgh.
“I had an interest in art as a student,” Gaff said.
He studied the history of art and its relationship to the museum, and he was fascinated by the way the museum had a central place for its art.
Garrow thought the Journal of Art was a perfect vehicle for the museum to tell its stories, and the project was born.
In its first year, the JNM Journal was a massive success, attracting nearly 1,500 contributors and collecting more than 2,000 photos and videos.
“It’s been very successful, but it’s been a very labor-intensive process,” Gasp said.
In 2015, the museum partnered with the New Yorker to produce a digital edition of the JNM.
But that edition didn’t last long.
Gaff says the journal was never meant to be a regular feature of the library.
“A lot of the people who were in there to participate in the process were just interested in seeing the photos,” Gazz said.
Garrow says he has been frustrated with the current state of online collections at museums.
He believes that museums should focus more on bringing people in and bringing the museum in.
“We should have more formal journals,” Gaffer said.
The JNM is a way to take that idea and make it a permanent part of the museum.
“I think museums should try to be more formal,” Gaffe said.
With the current popularity of digital collections, there’s a need for a formal archive.
“With the proliferation of social media and digital archives, there are so many things people can put into them,” Goulston said.
And even if you don’t have a formal collection, there may be a way of making it more accessible through the J NM.