Jerwood Solo Presentation 2018: Georgia Horgan in conversation with Huw Lemmey 

Jerwood Space
Thursday 19th July: 7-8.30pm
Admission: free, booking required

Georgia Horgan discusses Dear Barb, commissioned for Jerwood Solo Presentations, with Huw Lemmey.

Huw Lemmey is an artist, writer and publisher based between London and Barcelona. He writes on culture, politics and sexuality, and is the author of Chubz: The Demonization of my Working Arse. He has written for Architectural Review, Icon, Art Monthly and L’Uomo Vogue, amongst others.


Lola Flash: Photography, Pride and Queer Visual Politics

Monday 23rd July: 19.00 – 20.30
Admission: £5/£4
Working at the forefront of genderqueer visual politics for more than three decades, photographer Lola Flash’s work challenges stereotypes and offers new ways of seeing that interrogate gender, sexual, and racial stereotypes.

Susie Green in conversation with Philomena Epps

Jerwood Visual Arts
Monday 23rd July: 19.00 – 20.30
Admission: free, booking required

Susie Green discusses her Jerwood Solo Presentations commission with Philomena Epps. The School House, Jerwood Space’s onsite café and restaurant, and the Jerwood Solo Presentations exhibition, will both be open before the event (5-7pm). This is an opportunity to see Susie Green, Georgia Horgan and Rob Crosse’s new commissions and to use the café facilities before the event starts at 7pm.

Yoi Kawakubo in conversation with Christian Gerber

Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix
Thursday 26th July: 18.30 – 20.00

As a part of the solo exhibition ‘I/body/ghost/’ Yoi Kawakubo will be in conversation with Christian Berger, an art historian specialised in conceptual art. The conversation with Christian Berger, a specialist of 1960 and 1970s conceptual art but who is equally well-versed in the language of the Impressionism and nineteenth century French art, should provide the audience with a unique perspective to read into Kawakubo’s complex universe.