Consecutive Thursdays 26 February, 5, 12, 19 & 26 March 2015, 6.00pm-7.30 pm
£195 for all 5 sessions
15% student discount available
Starting on Thursday 26 February, Iniva presents an evening short course that explores recent art history and how the international has challenged the Western canon. Using a chronological framework the five sessions map out the site of global art as a contested arena fraught with geographical, institutional and political tensions.
A number of artists and thinkers will be considered including: The New Vision Group Gallery, The Kitchen Sink School, John Berger, Stuart Hall, Donald Preziosi, Ingrid Pollard, Hans Haacke, Aubrey Williams, Fred Wilson, Carsten Höller and Francis Bacon. One session will be taught by curator and critic Stella Santacatterina.
Consecutive Thursdays 26 February, 5, 12, 19 & 26 March 2015, 6-7.30 pm.
£195 per person. 15% Discount for students (call for discount code)
Price includes all 5 sessions, 7.5 hours tuition
Free access and registration to the Stuart Hall Library Collection
Juliet Steyn PhD. is a cultural historian. She is interested in the workings of cultural institutions and in the formation of the subject and identity. She has published widely on art and cultural criticism focusing on art, the politics of memory and identity.
One session will be taught by art critic and curator Stella Santacatterina. Stella has a specialist interest in the The New Vision Group which was founded by artist Denis Bowen to promote international artists and abstract art. Stella is a contributor to Third Text, Art Monthly, Portfolio and Flash Art.