‘Showing Painting’ a panel discussion
Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Panel discussion at the Nunnery at 2 – 3pm,
Followed by drinks after (until 5pm)
Saturday, 12 April 2014 from 14:00 to 15:00
‘Showing Painting’ is a panel discussion which addresses the following the questions:
Why show painting now?
What does a painter want to achieve with a show?
How do painting prizes (East London Painting Prize, Marmite Prize for Painting, John Moores) show paintings; what strategies do they use, and why?
All the panellists are painters, involved in curating, presenting, and developing shows of contemporary painting.
Katrina Blannin is a painter based in London. She is co-director/curator of Lion and Lamb gallery, London, a space that shows painting shows each curated by a contemporary painter.
Nathan Eastwood is a London based artist and curator. He is part of the collective ‘Contemporary British Painting’. He is co-curator of the forthcoming painting exhibition ‘Towards a New Socio-Painting’ at Transition gallery, London.
Matthew Krishanu is a painter based in London. Currently showing in Another Country, a two-person exhibition at the Nunnery Gallery. He is part of the collective ‘Contemporary British Painting’.
Stephanie Moran is a painter based in London. She is co-founder of the Marmite Prize for Painting, a national touring biennial show of contemporary painting.
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Organised by the Nunnery Gallery Art Programme
The Nunnery Gallery is a public gallery, cafe and artist community hub offering talks, walks, seminars, peer-crit and opportunities for artists.
There is a rolloing exhibition programme which offers a year round series of exhibitions.
The gallery and cafe are open Tuesday - Sunday 10am-4pm.