Curators Tend to Make Around $150,000 A Year for Major Shows

 

Hans-Ulrich_Obrist. COURTESY WIKIPEDIA

Hans-Ulrich_Obrist. COURTESY WIKIPEDIA

 

In a story out today The Art Newspaper reports that Germano Celant’s eyebrow-raising $1 million fee for his upcoming work on Milan Expo 2015 is not standard for curators of major shows like the expo. Most, in fact, earn just one sixth of that figure, each year they work on shows like Documenta or the Venice Biennale.

With over 40 curators and biennale organizers surveyed, it’s a nuanced look at the prices that help keep our independent curators independent.

“Our research suggests that top curators’ salaries typically comprise between 1% and 5% of a biennial’s total budget,” the paper reports. Salaries tend to go down in museums, but then that’s to be expected in an art world more focused on international events.

Read more at The Art Newspaper.

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Source: artnews.com
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