Lecture five will look at the way in which the fall of Berlin Wall and the start of the Periodo Especial affected Cuban Art.
Project Category: Art History Events
This lecture will look at the period directly after the quinquenio gris and the way in which economic stability gave way to a Cuban artistic renaissance from the late 1970s until 1989.
Lecture three will look at how Cuban art transformed after the triumph of Castro's 1959 Revolution. As well as discussing the context of the period, we will see how Cuban photography and art was produced to support the Revolution.
Lecture two of Cuban Art series will pick up the threads from the previous lecture on Cuban Modernism and look at the life and work of Wifredo Lam.
This lecture is centred around the influences of Spanish colonialism on Cuban art and how its newly found independence led to the start of Cuban modernism. It is the first talk from Cuban Art series.
Join us to take a journey of discovery through history to learn about some of the incredible heroes and heroines in Black British history.
Exploring how feminist artists are addressing concerns of race, class, privilege, and gender identity in their work today.
For LGBT Pride Month we will be hosting a lecture on Exploring Gender through contemporary art. In this session we will focus on artists who have radically transformed the way sexuality and gender are portrayed in art, challenging what was once deemed to be taboo topics and confronting the viewers to revaluate their preconceptions.
Latin American art covers a vast geographic area and includes a variety of diverse cultures. In this talk we will focus on the contemporary art scene.
War and Peace have always been powerful sources of inspiration for art. During this talk we will focus on particular artworks of XX century.