“Produced in an edition of 1000 to coincide with ZABLUDOWICZ COLLECTION: 20 YEARS at Zabludowicz Collection 2015”
The Zabludowicz Collection is a philanthropic endeavour encompassing a dynamic and growing collection of art works with an associated programme of exhibitions and events in permanent venues in the UK, USA and Finland. As a living collection we are always looking to the future as well as safeguarding and conserving the past and have a long history of supporting public institutions and national collections.
This publication contains specially commissioned essays by critic JJ Charlesworth, independent writer and curator Ellen Mara De Wachter and cultural historian Timotheus Vermeulen, alongside an interview between Anita Zabludowicz and Gregor Muir, Executive Director of the ICA. These texts respond to the exhibition by examining the rise of the concept of ‘emerging’ art, how artists develop and sustain their practices, and how a collection assembles an image of its own past.
Edited by Paul Luckraft and Elizabeth Neilson
Designed by Mark Holt and Malcolm Southward