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Event date
Friday, June 5, 2015 - 18:30 to 19:30
Location
London, National Gallery

The National Gallery, Sainsbury Wing Theatre
£7 / £6 concessions £5 members

This event marks the publication of Women Artists, the first comprehensive anthology of Linda Nochlin’s work.

For more information and to book tickets, please go to the National Gallery website.

 
Event date
Saturday, July 14, 2012 - 09:00
Location
Bristol

The Open University collaborated with the artist Olivia Plender in her solo show at Milton Keynes Gallery, providing archived TV programmes from the Art and Environment course, first presented in the late 1970s. These were shown on television screens as part of Plender’s installation in the Long Gallery which explores the use of television as an educational resource. Over the course of 2012 the exhibition travelled to the Arnolfini Gallery Bristol and the Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow.

Event date
Friday, June 7, 2013 - 17:30
Location
Milton Keynes

Andrea Büttner discusses her exhibition at MK Gallery, and artistic practice with curator Ben Borthwick. The exhibition presented a "major survey of recent and new work by Andrea... (b. Stuttgart, Germany, 1972), including video, sculpture, reverse glass painting and woodcuts. Büttner studied art history and philosophy and art, and completed a doctorate on the subject of shame and art in 2010.

Event date
Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 17:00
Location
Milton Keynes

Melanie Smith is one of Mexico's most celebrated contemporary artists. Her first UK survey exhibition will include a major new film, Fordlandia (2013), produced in the Brazilian Amazon in an abandoned city and rubber plantation built in the 1920s by Henry Ford; and the films Spiral City (2003) and Xilitla (2010), featuring Edward James’ architectural follies in the Mexican jungle. Melanie Smith In Conversation with Professor Dawn Ades is a rare opportunity to hear current exhibitor Melanie discuss her practice with writer, curator and lecturer, Professor Dawn Ades.

Event date
Wednesday, March 18, 2009 - 10:12
Location
Sheffield

An interview with artist Guido van der Werve (b.1973, Netherlands) on the occasion of his exhibition ‘Minor Pieces’, at Site Gallery, Sheffield, 21 March – 30 May 2009.

Guido van der Werve constructs possible scenarios and imaginary realities where various geographies collide in order to generate momentary sensations of unusual, dream-like intensity. Trained as a pianist, the artist aims to create a visual and conceptual language that manifests a similar directness to the one that is typical in music.

Find out more about the exhibition ‘Minor Pieces’ at Site Gallery

Event date
Friday, June 12, 2009 - 23:00
Location
Sheffield

An interview with artist Nicolas Moulin on the occasion of his exhibition ‘Blanklumdermilq’ at Site Gallery, Sheffield, 13 June – 1 August 2009. The artist discusses Sheffield and his recent exhibition at Site Gallery. Nicolas Moulin (b.1970, France) works with various mediums to project his fascination with strange worlds and deserted landscapes, this ultimately led to his Novomond series and the disturbing VIDERPARIS; large-scale photographs of apparently familiar Paris streets that have seemingly been concreted over.

Event date
Saturday, March 19, 2011 (All day)
Location
Sheffield

In this interview, Guy Ben-Ner contemplates the point that life and film are inter-connected; that due to his performances being captured on to ‘live film’, the camera imprints moments of the artist’s life, family and of the historical and religious elements that help sculpt Ben-Ner’s works. The question of where does an artist draw the line between the personal and the professional appears often in Ben-Ner’s films.

Find out more about the exhibition ‘Spies’ at Site Gallery, 19 March – 14 May 2011
http://www.sitegallery.org/archives/3163

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.

Event date
Friday, January 20, 2012 (All day)
Location
Milton Keynes, England

Anna Barriball’s first major survey exhibition, at MK Gallery, brought together drawing, video, photography and sculpture made over the last decade. She is in conversation with Professor Briony Fer.

Event date
Monday, December 20, 2010 (All day)
Location
Herbert Museum and Gallery

David Rushton in conversation with Richard Elms On the occasion of the 'Models, Metaphors, Concepts & Conceits Exhibition' at the Herbert Museum and Art Gallery, Coventry. 20th Dec, 2010

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