Your exhibition curatorial leaflet is to demonstrate your ability to communicate with the general public in a direct/clear and an effective/crystalizing way. You are required to prepare a leaflet (max. 2 pages of A4-sized paper) containing (1) and (2) shown below. Your leaflet is supposed to help your audience to understand your exhibition in the way you want. A hard copy of your leaflet should be handed in at your own seminar presentation session.
(1) Your curatorial statement is about the set of artworks (after 1900) as selected and arranged by you for your seminar presentation topic and should illustrate the theoretical framework behind your selection of the artworks (e.g. overall theme, philosophy, rationale, etc.) that they are NOT your random or personal choice BUT highly related to your seminar presentation topic in a particular way as put forth by you.
(2) Your general introduction of those artworks is a brief explanation of in what sense the artworks form a coherent set. It should explain the logic behind your grouping and/or sequencing of the artworks.