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Mr. Kerry Brougher

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Interim Director and Chief Curato...

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Local Address: Washington, United States
Hirshhorn Museum
7 St. Sw
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20560
United States

Company Description: The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Smithsonian Institution's museum of international modern and contemporary art, has nearly 12,000 paintings,...   more
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  • M.A. , Film Studies
    University of California , Los Angeles
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - "In the ...
www.lord.ca, 27 June 2014 [cached]
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - "In the dim light of a gutted department store, through the dust of nearby construction, Kerry Brougher sees a flickering movie future filled with "hundreds of different cinemas. For tiny screens. Vast ones. Theaters yet to be conceived.
His problem now is to fit an art form that is already bursting through old walls into a new film museum that is being developed on the grounds of the old May Company department store on Wilshire Boulevard here. Beginning on July 1, Mr. Brougher - until recently the interim director of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington - will take charge of a still aborning Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, as its first director."
Kerry Brougher, who will be ...
buffalo.com, 14 June 2014 [cached]
Kerry Brougher, who will be the first director of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, says the museum is going to present the history and an appreciation of motion pictures from the start to the present, and help create the future of cinema. (New York Times)
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LOS ANGELES In the dim light of a gutted department store, through the dust of nearby construction, Kerry Brougher sees a flickering movie future filled with hundreds of different cinemas. For tiny screens. Vast ones. Theaters yet to be conceived.
His problem now is to fit an art form that is already bursting through old walls into a new film museum that is being developed on the grounds of the old May Co. department store on Wilshire Boulevard here. Beginning on July 1, Brougher until recently the interim director of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington will take charge of a still aborning Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, as its first director.
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Organizers are planning a 2017 opening, which gives Brougher and his new colleagues about three years to figure out precisely what an ambitious museum of the movies should do.
It is not a theme park, said Brougher, a scholarly type who spoke last week in the clutter here in the Museum Row district, next to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
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There will be R-rated exhibitions, too, but Brougher said he had not quite figured out how to caution the public when the harsher elements are on display.
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But the dome overhead, Brougher said, is an invitation to project the influence of film, and to create works that he envisions being sponsored by the museum.
I would imagine we wouldnt do many feature films, Brougher said, referring to his plan to create films to be shown in the museums three theaters. But he talked of installation-based projects that would help expand the definition of movies.
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In the museums core, Brougher said, there will be two tracks. One, which will have at least some artifacts from the Academys already large collection (one of the pairs of Dorothys ruby slippers included), should be mostly permanent and will trace the industrys history. Ideally, Brougher said, the visitor should feel as if being drawn into a film once walking through the museum door.
The second track will be about the art of what Brougher likes to call cinema. (He has a masters degree in film history from the University of California, Los Angeles.) Built around more temporary exhibits which could conceivably feature screenings, posters, photographs, props from a set, letters, or designs and personal artwork that part brings questions of its own.
Yes, he said, less-than-perfect movies will find a place. Studying film history told me, probably more than being an art curator, not to be too quick to judge the quality of something by whether it was an A, a B or a C movie, he explained.
A central question, Brougher said, is how to take visitors out of the illusions of film and reveal the mechanics of how things are done, or whether to do it at all. He clearly leans more toward image than technology, saying, When they leave, people should understand, if nothing else, that film is an art form.
But Brougher allows that technology, small screens and the possibility of creating optional micro-experiences might let some visitors learn all they would like about film makeup or matte paintings without burdening those who would rather not know.
Brougher is mindful of the extreme disruption that is pointed toward the mid-Wilshire district, where tunneling for a new subway line and stations, along with possible renovation to other nearby museums, is already tearing up streets and chasing tenants out of Museum Row.
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The film museum, Brougher acknowledged, will almost surely have to open in the middle of the coming havoc, which is expected to include heavy vibration from the underground drilling.
Maybe we should build the first show around Earthquake, he said.
Kerry Brougher, the ...
www.wtop.com, 26 Mar 2014 [cached]
Kerry Brougher, the Hirshhorn's interim director and chief curator, says Alkazzi's gift will allow the museum to enhance its holdings of paintings and drawings by key figures in the U.S. and the United Kingdom.
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www.arttattler.com, 25 Oct 2012 [cached]
It is curated by Kerry Brougher, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of Hirshhorn Museum, and David Elliot, former Director of Mori Art Museum.
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
www.hirshhorn.org, 25 Jan 2006 [cached]
This retrospective of his 30-year career, featuring approximately 120 photographs from 1976 to present, is co-organized by the Hirshhorn and the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, and co-curated by Hirshhorn Director of Art and Programs and Chief Curator Kerry Brougher and Mori Director David Elliott.
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Working closely with the artist, The Glenstone Foundation and Hirshhorn chief curator Kerry Brougher chose works from an important early period in the artist's career during which he questioned the role of art and became a primary force in establishing what would later be termed "conceptual" art.
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