With the book "The Artist as Curator" you gave me a great pleasure because it affects me also personally. As you know, I am always an artist and a curator. This has always been normal to me: Pierre Boulez, composer and theorist, who also wrote about other musicians and performed the works of other musicians as a conductor. He was also a curator. Writers are often also editors in major publishers, e.g. Umberto Eco. Only in the visual arts is the division of labor usually understood as alienation. In medicine, physicians conduct medical departments, physics physicists, and mathematics mathematicians their respective departments. Only in art does it seem to be abnormal that an artist directs an institution. Therefore, your publication is an important correction to a prejudice of the art business and an important contribution to art history. Thank you!