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'an Exhibit': an Exhibition, an Artwork, a Collaboration

Symposium considers the pioneering 'an Exhibit' in the wider context of Hamilton’s practice, from the canons of curatorial practice, to questions of artist as curator, notions of display and artistic practice itself.

Recreated by the ICA as part of its Richard Hamilton at the ICA exhibition, an Exhibit (1957) was originally conceived by Hamilton in close collaboration with writer-critic Lawrence Alloway and artist Victor Pasmore for the ICA’s original premises at Dover Street in London. Organised around a modular hanging system, a kit of suspended Perspex panels was devised to be freely configured whilst installing, with the intention of giving visitors opportunity ‘to generate their own compositions’ as they walked through.

Speakers include Dr Victoria Walsh, Head of the Curating Contemporary Art Programme at the RCA, Dr Elena Crippa, co-Pathway Leader for MRes Art: Exhibition Studies at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, Sabine Folie, Artistic and Managing Director of the Generali Foundation, Vienna, Keith Wilson, artist, and Jeremy Millar, artist and tutor in Critical Writing in Art and Design, RCA, London.


Dr Victoria Walsh | talks
Dr Elena Crippa | talks
Sabine Folie | talks
Keith Wilson | talks
Jeremy Millar | talks


Date and Time:

22 February 2014 at 2:00 pm


1 hour



12 Carlton House Terrace
020 7930 3647

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