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PREVIEW: Victor Burgin A Sense of Place

1st November – 1st December 2013 Ambika P3, University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS www.p3exhibitions.com

Victor Burgin first came to prominence in the late 1960s as an originator of Conceptual Art, when his work appeared in such key exhibitions as When Attitudes Become Form (1969) and Information (1970). He has since remained one of the most consistently influential artists and art theorists of his generation.

Five recent digital projection pieces are complemented by earlier photo-text works exploring relations between place, memory and image.

Exhibition curated by David Campany and Michael Mazie?re

In Conversation:
21st November 6.30pm CREAM (the Centre for Research and Education in the Arts and Media) presents Victor Burgin in conversation with curator David Campany.
Hogg Lecture Theatre, University of Westminster,
35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS
Free admission, for tickets contact: p3.exhibitions@ westminster.ac.uk

Related Exhibition:
Victor Burgin: Works on Paper
31st October – 6th December Richard Saltoun Gallery, 111 Great Titchfield Street London, W1W 6RY

This exhibition is supported by Arts Council England, Ambika P3, The University of Westminster, The Henry Moore Foundation, The Elephant Trust and Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne



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