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Brandon Zech talks with the Blaffer Artwork Museum’s outgoing director, Steven Matijcio, about his strategy to curating in peripheral artwork cities, participating with native communities, and what he’ll miss about Houston.
“I’ve actually come to like working within the surprising place. As a result of in loads of methods, I really feel like you’ll be able to unfold your wings, you’ll be able to oftentimes have extra of an influence, you may get to know the neighborhood higher. I actually have beloved these so-called non-center cities as a result of I discovered loads of richness in curatorially responding to them.”
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