Squares, Lines and Grids: Modern Art for Beginners

When
Friday 3 November 2017 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Price
£35 per session or £100 for all 4, please book in advance
How to book
Please book in advance via Eventbrite.
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Where
Graves Gallery
Theme
Hands on
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Join Nottingham University’s Professor Mark Rawlinson for a four week introduction to Histories of Art, inspired by Going Public: The Kirkland Collection.

This short course is designed for adult beginners with no previous experience required. The sessions will take an in depth look at Modern Art, using the Graves Gallery exhibition to spark debate, questions and learn about the complex ideas behind the collection.

Week 4: The Serial Object

One of the defining features of many works in the exhibition is their seriality – such as Josef Alber’s Homage to the Square and Lewis Baltz’s gridded photographic-project, New Industrial Parks. But what is seriality and why is it such an important feature of so many artists’ work and practice?

 

 

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