Six Curators, Six Weeks, Six PerspectivesHg. Rob Bowman & Jens Hoffmann,
Emblematic Display (Week 1), curated by Catherine Wood: Pablo Bronstein, Mark Leckey, Daria Martin, David Thorpe, Jannis Varelas, Cerith Wyn Evans. Real Estate: Art in a Changing City (Week 2), curated by B+B (Sarah Carrington and Sophie Hope): allsopp&weir, Anna Best & Jules Mylius, Anna Best & Paul Whitty, Polly Braden & David Campany, Phil Coy, Lottie Child, Shezad Dawood, Jon Fawcett, Hewitt & Jordan & Dave Beech, Peter Dunn & Loraine Leeson, public works (Torange Khonsari), Spectacle, Roman Vasseur. Even A Stopped Clock Tells the Right Time Twice A Day (Week 3), curated by Tom Morton and Catharine Patha: Steven Claydon, Milena Dragicevic, Gareth Jones, Wyndham Lewis, Eduardo Paolozzi, Colin Self, Edward Wadsworth, Keith Wilson. Anywhere in the World: David Medalla's London (Week 4), curated by Guy Brett: David Medalla and artists of the London Bienniale. The Real Me (Week 5), curated by Gilane Tawadros: Rasheed Araeen, Black Audio Film Collective, Sonia Boyce, Mona Hatoum, Barbara Kruger, Robert Mapplethorpe. The George and Dragon Public House (Week 6), presented by Gregor Muir: 'Works from the Collection of the George and Dragon', various artists. A series of six booklets, plus a further general introduction, this publication accompanies ICA Exhibitions' London in Six Easy Steps. Six London-based curators, representing a diverse range of curatorial positions, were invited to present their interpretation of the current artistic and cultural life of London. Each curator has been asked to organise a one-week long exhibition in the Lower Gallery of the ICA identifying the shifting realities that make up the city from their particular perspective. The responses of the curators range from an 'emblematic display', suggesting the idea of an heraldic symbol through the placement of contemporary artists work within a space, to the translation of an East End pub into the ICA galleries.
Frankfurt/Main 2005, Revolver, 7 geheftete Broschüren je 8 S., eine 12 S., je 16 x 12 cm, in Faltschachtel