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Time Machine: Ancient Egypt and Contemporary ArtJames Putnam and W. Vivian Davies
Curated by James Putnam, curator of the Egyptian Antiquities Department at the British Museum, Time Machine was an exhibition which contested the idea that the British Museum and its ancient Egyptian artefacts are stagnant remnants of the past, disconnected from the present.
Installed in the vast Egyptian sculpture gallery the works by twelve artists achived a rare juxtaposition of ancient and contemporary art.
Stephen Cox, Andy Goldsworthy, David Hiscock, Liliane Karnouk, Rita Keegan, Jiri Kolar, Alexander Mihaylovich, Igor Mitoraj, Marc Quinn, Martin Riches, Peter Randall-Page, Kate Whiteford
ISBN: 0-86159-997-7 62pp, softback, 215 x 215mm, 73 illustrations (39 in colour)
Iniva and the British Museum, 1994