The Curator’s Handbook is a must-have for both curators and curatorial students. It elucidates every stage of planning an exhibition, from the initiation of an idea to the final layout. The book traces the history of curating from the emergence of the first curator in the early 17th century, all the way to the current curatorial system. Curating is a rather complicated process, one needs to find sponsors for a secure amount of funds, arranges the installation of the exhibition, which includes printing the exhibition outline, designing the exhibition space, bringing artists and art practitioners together, etc., to a schedule for completion. These are all necessary steps in curating an exhibition.