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Event date
Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 10:30
Location
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Part 8. Gavin Turk, Whaam!

This study day explores issues raised by a major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern. His extraordinary body of work is the springboard for a critical exploration of ideas around the meaning of pop in the US and UK and its legacy for contemporary art and culture. Curators, academics and artists will contribute to the debates.

Event date
Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 10:30
Location
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Part 7. Lisa Tickner, Ken Russell’s ‘Pop Goes the Easel’ (1962)

This study day explores issues raised by a major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern. His extraordinary body of work is the springboard for a critical exploration of ideas around the meaning of pop in the US and UK and its legacy for contemporary art and culture. Curators, academics and artists will contribute to the debates.

Event date
Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 10:30
Location
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Part 6. Leon Wainwright, Decolonising British pop​

This study day explores issues raised by a major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern. His extraordinary body of work is the springboard for a critical exploration of ideas around the meaning of pop in the US and UK and its legacy for contemporary art and culture. Curators, academics and artists will contribute to the debates.

Event date
Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 10:30
Location
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Part 5. Panel discussion and Q&A chaired by Gill Perry

This study day explores issues raised by a major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern. His extraordinary body of work is the springboard for a critical exploration of ideas around the meaning of pop in the US and UK and its legacy for contemporary art and culture. Curators, academics and artists will contribute to the debates.

Event date
Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 10:30
Location
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Part 4. David Alan Mellor, Popular Modernisation…. with English Characteristics

This study day explores issues raised by a major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern. His extraordinary body of work is the springboard for a critical exploration of ideas around the meaning of pop in the US and UK and its legacy for contemporary art and culture. Curators, academics and artists will contribute to the debates.

Event date
Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 10:30
Location
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Part 3. Iria Candela, Lichtenstein: A Retrospective

This study day explores issues raised by a major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern. His extraordinary body of work is the springboard for a critical exploration of ideas around the meaning of pop in the US and UK and its legacy for contemporary art and culture. Curators, academics and artists will contribute to the debates.

Event date
Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 10:30
Location
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Part 2. Hal Foster, The Cliché According to Roy Lichtenstein

This study day explores issues raised by a major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern. His extraordinary body of work is the springboard for a critical exploration of ideas around the meaning of pop in the US and UK and its legacy for contemporary art and culture. Curators, academics and artists will contribute to the debates.

Event date
Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 10:30
Location
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium

Part 1. Welcome and introduction, Marko Daniel and Gill Perry

This study day explores issues raised by a major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern. His extraordinary body of work is the springboard for a critical exploration of ideas around the meaning of pop in the US and UK and its legacy for contemporary art and culture. Curators, academics and artists will contribute to the debates.

Event date
Friday, October 12, 2012 - 23:00

James Welling was born in Hartford, Connecticut, USA in 1951. He gained a B.F.A. and M.F.A. from the influential art school CalArts (California Institute of Fine Arts), where he studied under artist John Baldessari, alongside contemporaries that included David Salle, Mark Manders and Jack Goldstein. In 1995 Welling moved to Los Angeles to head the photography area of the Art Department of UCLA, where he continues to live and work.

Event date
Friday, May 31, 2013 - 23:00

Contributor Will Rea. Will is Senior Lecturer in the school of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds. He has worked extensively in South Western Nigeria. He has worked with artists in Nigeria and has been particularly involved with masquerade performances in the Ekiti region. More recently he has worked with contemporary makers in Lagos and Ibadan.

Event date
Friday, November 11, 2011 - 11:00

This is one of five podcasts produced by the Open University to accompany the exhibition ‘The First Actresses: Nell Gwyn to Sarah Siddons’ at the National Portrait Gallery, London 2011-2012. This show presents a vivid spectacle of femininity, fashion and theatricality in seventeenth and eighteenth-century England. It features portraits of some of the best known female performers of the period, who ranged from royal mistresses to successful writers and businesswomen, and accomplished musicians.

Event date
Friday, November 7, 2008 (All day)
Location
London

In this gallery talk, Leon Wainwright explores the idea of the ‘authentic outsider’ and how artists R.B. Kitaj and David Hockney - in their different ways – were became part of a celebrated idea of Britishness and otherness in the age of Pop.

Event date
Friday, February 5, 2010 (All day)
Location
London

Anthony Downey joins a panel including Bonnie Greer, Leon Wainwright and Gayle Chong Kwan to discuss Chris Ofili and his work.

Event date
Saturday, March 13, 2010 (All day)
Location
Liverpool

This panel discussion, part of a major international symposium at Tate Liverpool, considers recent developments in the globalisation of the contemporary art of Africa and its many diasporas. Speakers include: Leon Wainwright, Chris Spring and Roger Malbert. The event was in association with the exhibition, Afro Modern

Event date
Sunday, October 17, 2010 - 23:00
Location
London

Andrew Dewdney, David Dibosa and Victoria Walsh interview with art historian Leon Wainwright, as part of ‘Tate Encounters: Britishness and Visual Culture’, a three-year research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council through the Diasporas, Migration and Identities Programme, which commenced in April 2007. Collaborating institutions: Tate Britain, London South Bank University and the University of the Arts London, through Chelsea College.

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