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What is British Art?

A Third Text project in collaboration with Tate Britain

This conference marks the publication of Third Text’s A Very Special British
Issue, with emphasis on the defining moment of British post-war art in the
1950s and 1960s, and will ask crucial questions on how knowledge is produced
in British art. What is the role of post-colonial narratives in British art history?
Why have certain categories of art and artists been excluded from the British art
cannon? Participating speakers include Rasheed Araeen, Michael Corris,
Mel Gooding, Alison Green, Neil Mulholland, Lord Bikhu Parekh,
Peter Osborne and Leon Wainwright


Rasheed Araeen | talks
Michael Corris | talks
Mel Gooding | talks
Alison Green | talks
Neil Mulholland | talks
Lord Bikhu Parekh | talks
Leon Wainwright | talks
Professor Peter Osborne | talks | www


Date and Time:

10 October 2008 at 10:00 am


Full Day



Tate Britain
+44 20 78 87 88 88
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Organised by:

Third Text
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£25 (£15 concessions)

Available from:

Visit www.tate.org.uk to book, or call 020 7887 8888

Additional Information:

Booking recommended.
Price includes drinks afterwards.

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