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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
Saturday, June 16, 2007 - 12:00

Matthew Gale, Ian Christie, Gill Perry and Dawn Ades, Discussion 2  A video recording a discussion from the Tate Modern Surrealism and Film Study Day conference

Event date
Saturday, June 16, 2007 - 12:00

Elliott King, Dalí, Fonzie, and what 'Late Dalí and Film' can tell us about Late Dalí and Everything Else  Speaker: Elliott King, a specialist in Dalí's post-war art and cosmogony. His first book, Dalí, Surrealism and Cinema (2007), is published by Kamera Books. Critics have often identified Dalí's 1941 rejection of Surrealism in favour of 'classicism' as the 'tipping point' when his work began to decline. His activity with film offers a compelling challenge to that history.

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