2009 Turner Prize winner Richard Wright talks us through the exhibition he has curated for Tate and the Contemporary Art Society at Tate Britain.

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2009 Turner Prize winner Richard Wright talks us through the exhibition he has curated for Tate and the Contemporary Art Society at Tate Britain. Over the last 100 years the Contemporary Art Society has donated over 8,000 works to institutions in Britain. Drawing on this collection, Wright has arranged a display that reflects both his own interests and his thoughts about how contemporary art is received and talked about. In this film he shows us work by William Hogarth, Marcel Duchamp, John Lathamand Ed Ruscha, and describes how the gallery’s fixtures and fittings informed his curatorial decisions.