Nought to Sixty: 60 Projects, 6 Months

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Institute of Contemporary Art, 2009 - Art, British - 279 pages
The ICA's six-month season Nought to Sixty in 2008 was a large and ambitious programme that presented 60 emerging artists based in Britain and Ireland in week-long exhibitions, events and openings. Few of the artists had experienced significant commercial exposure and most were under thirty-five. The programme emphasised the ICA's long-standing role as a club for artists and a laboratory for experimentation. With a full-colour section of all artists' projects, the Nought to Sixty catalogue comprises of texts about each artist's practice, extracts of the season's salon discussions, and essays that address the networks that form and contribute to an emerging visual art scene. The catalogue also contains a large directory of artist-run spaces and organisations in Britain and Ireland, written by each organisation in question.

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