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Hall engages with the absences and elisions of the dominant institutions of the art world that have persistently ignored the black British presence, resisting its imprint on the construction of Britishness. Here is Stuart Hall at the coal face of institution building, moving between the aesthetic and institutional, the theoretical and the practical.

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