In profile at Tate Britain: The Work of Ian Breakwell 1943 - 2005

From: Steven Ball (email suppressed)
Date: Fri May 04 2007 - 04:05:03 PDT


In profile at Tate Britain: The Work of Ian Breakwell 1943 - 2005

Ian Breakwell, who died in 2005, was an artist who utilised most visual
media throughout his forty year career. The written word was central to
much of his work and he is perhaps best known for his Diaries, which have
been exhibited in galleries, broadcast on radio and television and
published in book form. This event brings together a few of the
commentators and collaborators who worked with Breakwell to discuss his
legacy.

Chair: Paul Bonaventura
Speakers: Jeremy Lewison, Anna Ridley, Paul Hammond, Tom Lubbock

Saturday 12th May 2007
1.30 - 5.45pm
Clore Auditorium
Tate Britain
Millbank
London SW1P 4RG

Tickets: 20 (15 concession)
Booking required on 020 7887 8888
https://tickets.tate.org.uk
Ticket includes drinks afterwards

For more information contact email suppressed

International Centre for Fine Art Research, University of the Arts London

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