1. The book highlights the politics, practicalities and creativity of exhibition making, using case studies from a diverse range of institutions from around the world.
2. Drawing on postcolonial and decolonial analysis, the chapters offer lessons and models for a more equitable future in both scholarship and practice. The book will appeal to academics and students working in museum studies, design and architecture, as well as those engaged in the study of culture, history and the history of art and design.
3. The book is one of the first to explore the impact that the hierarchies of ethnicity, race, class, gender and sexuality have had on exhibition design and its histories.