Curator Talk: Who's at Home? Domestic Subjects in the History of Art

When
Tuesday 30 April 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
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Free
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Graves Gallery
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Su Richardson, Burnt Breakfast, 1974-76 © the artist

Domesticity has been a subject in British art for centuries. From the historic genre of the still life, to the intimate interiors of the Camden Town artists, and the use of household objects in pop art, the theme of home seems to hold an enduring fascination for artists and audiences alike.

With reference to the artworks in the exhibition This Life is so Everyday: The Home in British Art 1950 – 1980, the curator will explore the different interpretations of home on display, with particular reference to experiences of domesticity less frequently represented in the history of British art.

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When
Tuesday 30 April 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Price
Free
How to book
Just turn up
Where
Graves Gallery
Theme
Talks and tours
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