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Making Sense of Modern Art: 1900 - World War II

One of our Sackler Centre Study Days.

Exploring the relevance of early twentieth century revolutionary movements to the art of today.

Many significant and revolutionary movements of 20th century art took place in the decades before the outbreak of the Second World War. This study day examines and considers their continuing relevance to the art of today.

With Valerie Woodgate, art historian and professional lecturer.

World War II – the Turner Prize will follow in September.


Valerie Woodgate | talks


Date and Time:

31 July 2004 at 10:30 am


Full Day



Dulwich Picture Gallery
Gallery Road
SE21 7AD
+44 20 86 93 52 54

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£25, £20 concs and friends

Available from:

Booking is essential. Please contact Liz Pink on 020 8299 8732 or e.pink@dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk


Additional Information:

Runs from 10.30am-5.30pm. Admission includes sandwich lunch.

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