ANDREW BRIGHTON was formerly Senior Curator: Public Events at Tate Modern and has taught at the Royal College of Art, Goldsmiths’ College and the London Consortium. He curated the exhibition Towards Another Picture (1977) with Lynda Morris, The Bristol Sample (1979) with Nicholas Pearson and Blasphemies Ecstasies and Cries (1989). His books include Towards Another Picture, Francis Bacon, Work by Ana Maria Pacheco, Picasso for Beginners and David Hockney’s Prints 1954-77. As well as art criticism, his writings include essays on cultural policy and the rise of management discourse A selection of his writings is available on https://independent.academia.edu/AndrewBrighton. He is a contributing editor to Critical Quarterly. He is working on a graphic novel with Catherine Brighton.