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How do Art on the Underground develop their programme

Eleanor Pinfield is the creative force behind Art on the Underground, Transport for London's contemporary art programme. There she leads a curatorial team that delivers groundbreaking art projects, transforming the way commuters experience life on the Underground. 

On the back of her panel on the future of art and culture at D&AD Festival 2019, we sat down with Pinfield for a chat about the programme's practices and policies, what has been the most leftfield commission and what shall we expect in the coming months.

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