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Gregor Muir is the Executive Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. Previously, he has been director of Hauser & Wirth (London), the contemporary art gallery, and Kramlich Curator of Contemporary Art at the Tate where he curated several exhibitions and museum displays, and was responsible for numerous acquisitions of contemporary art for Tate Collections. Muir curated YBA group shows such as 'Lucky Kunst' and 'Liar'. He has been a critic and writer for various cutting-edge publications such as Dazed & Confused, Parkett and Frieze magazine.
'A fantastic historical document...his book describes those defining moments so well.' -- Tracey Emin Independent 'This lucid, lurid, indiscreet memoir is an unrivalled record of 1990s Cool Britannia, when British Art ruled the world' (Financial Times Books of the Year) Financial Times 'Sharply atmospheric...a picaresque journey, a fly-in-the-vitrine's-eye view of the period' New Statesman 'All the stars of the YBA movement appear in this former journalists memoir, swearing and yelling as they go' Observer 'An absorbing and intelligent account of the times, this is a must-read for anyone interested in contemporary art or the 1990s Brit Scene' The Bookseller 'This book will get your juices flowing...offers a comprehensive and entertaining overview of an uber cool generation.' The Independent