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01 Dec 2010

UK:open call to curate Zabludowicz Collection

The Zabludowicz Collection is delighted to announce the launch of the Zabludowicz Collection Curatorial Open, a major opportunity for curators to work with a contemporary art collection of international repute.

Continuing its commitment to working with artists and curators, the Zabludowicz Collection has launched an annual initiative to encourage and support experimental curatorial practice. The Curatorial Open invites creative professionals to engage with the collection and propose a project for public exhibition and an accompanying publication and programme of events at 176 Prince of Wales Road to be realised in July and August 2011.

The Curatorial Open seeks to actively engage new voices in the discussion around works in the Zabludowicz Collection, encouraging points of view from a variety of disciplines and transcending the confines of contemporary art curating. Successful proposals will be selected in February 2011 by a panel of judges comprised of Lisa Le Feuvre (co-curator, British Art Show 7 and Head of Sculpture Studies, Henry Moore Institute), James Lingwood (Director, Artangel), Mark Rappolt (Editor, Art Review) and Anita Zabludowicz (Founder, Zabludowicz Collection). This initiative builds upon the Zabludowicz Collection’s existing commitment to experimental curatorial practices, including previous projects with international curators and curating students such as The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place with Anna Catharina Gebbers, Past Forward with Vincent Honoré and the annual Testing Ground programme produced in collaboration with the MA curating students from the Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths College, London. The Zabludowicz Collection Curatorial Open is presented in association with Art Review Exhibition identity and publication design by The Entente.