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Leonardo and Light

Lecture given by Professor Martin Kemp, Oxford University Department of History of Art

The Louise T Blouin Institute is one of the largest non-government funded, not-for-profit cultural spaces in London and will be a showcase for both established and emerging contemporary artists, think-tanks and artistic performances of all forms, whilst also providing a home for the Louise T Blouin Foundation and its work.
The Institute is developing an education and community programme for each exhibition. The inaugural exhibition is devoted to the light works of James Turrell – widely acclaimed as one of the world's leading contemporary artists.
The Institute is inviting art historians, eminent scientists and Nobel Prize winners from around the world to deliver Luminaries – the lecture series taking Light as the focus. These regular events will take place at the Louise T Blouin Institute, 3 Olaf Street, London W114BE. There is restricted space available at the Luminaries – so it is highly advisable to book in advance to avoid disappointment.


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Date and Time:

5 February 2007 at 6:30 pm


2 hours



Louise T Blouin Institute
3 Olaf Street
W11 4BE
0207 985 9600

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