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Read and ... The Herbert Read Conference (day 2 of 2)

This conference focuses on Britian's most remarkable cultural theorists, Herbert Read’s relationship to other modernist thinkers and to ideas that have developed since his death.lateral relationships that are explored in her most recent study, Siblings: Sex and Violence (2003).


Herbert Read (1893–1968) was one of Britain’s most remarkable cultural theorists. A tireless promoter of the avant-garde, he was an early admirer of Expressionist and Surrealist art, an advocate of Idealist and Existentialist philosophy and a pioneer of psychoanalysis as a critical tool. His anarchist views were similarly radical, offending left and right alike. This conference focuses on Read’s relationship to other modernist thinkers and to ideas that have developed since his death. The international line up includes Allan Antliff, Lee Beard, Andrew Causey, Margaret Garlake, David Getsy, Jason Harding, David Hulks, Leene Kore-Schroder, Jennifer Ramkalawn, Tom Steele, Dana Ward, Michael Whitworth, and Jerry Zaslove.


Speaker(s):

Allan Antliff | talks
Lee Beard | talks
Andrew Causey | talks
Margaret Garlake | talks
David Getsy | talks
Jason Harding | talks
David Hulks | talks
Leene Kore-Schroder | talks
Jennifer Ramkalawn | talks
Tom Steele | talks
Dana Ward | talks
Michael Whitworth | talks
Jerry Zaslove | talks

 

Date and Time:

26 June 2004 at 10:00 am

Duration:

Full Day

 

Venue:

Tate Britain
Millbank
London
SW1P 4RG
+44 20 78 87 88 88
http://www.tate.org.uk

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Tickets:

£30 (£20 concessions), booking recommendedPrice includes drinks afterwards

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Additional Information:

In association with the University of Nottingham Institute for Research in Visual Culture

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