LECTURE: ANDREW WILSON: DAVID HOCKNEY: 60 YEARS OF WORK, 26th January 2018, Friends Meeting House, Saffron Walden.
Venue: Friends Meeting House, 75 High Street, Saffron Walden CB10 1AA.
Friday 26th January 2018 at 7.45pm.
Andrew Wilson, Senior Curator Modern and Contemporary British Art and Archives Tate Gallery, will talk about Hockney's innovative work in different media, following the major retrospective held at Tate Britain earlier this year.
Andrew Wilson's primary responsibilities at Tate focus on the acquisition of and ongoing research around modern and contemporary British art in Tate's collection, with the additional activity of curatorial liaison with Tate Archive, especially in respect of the formation and implementation of its strategic aims. He has also delivered a range of exhibition and display projects at Tate Britain and Tate Modern, including The Simon Sainsbury Bequest to Tate and the National Gallery (2008); Classified: Contemporary British Art (with Clarrie Wallis, 2009); Marcel Duchamp and Richard Hamilton: The Large Glass (with Matthew Gale, 2010); John Golding (2010); Barry Flanagan: Early Works 1965-1982 (with Clarrie Wallis, 2011); Ian Hamilton Finlay (2012); Keith Arnatt: Sausages and Food (2013); and Painting Now: Five Contemporary Artists (with Lizzie Carey-Thomas and Clarrie Wallis, 2013).
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