Inventing Concepts for a New Museum

WED, APR 18, 2007 (1:37:19)

Yves Abrioux discusses the final of his three part lecture on the future of museums. Yves Abrioux, presented by The High Museum, is professor of English literature at the University of Paris VIII and the Ecole du Louvre for the past six years. He serves on the editorial board of Theorie, Litterature, Enseignement (TLE) and is the writer of many articles and exhibition catalogues, including Ian Hamilton Finlay: a Visual Primer (1992). Abrioux’s scholarly work informs his own landscape art, which has appeared in France, Germany and England. In the fall of 2006, Abrioux was a visiting professor at Georgia Tech’s School of Literature, Communication and Culture, where he helped to coordinate projects between the High Museum, the MusZe du Louvre and Georgia Tech.

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