Events

Artist Talk: Diana Markosian

Tuesday 12th January

18:30pm BST

Online, Booking required, pay what you can.

To mark the publication of her debut monograph, Santa Barbara, hear artist Diana Markosian in this online discussion. In this talk, Diana will give insight into her practice, which sits at the intersections of still and moving image, and how family and legacy remain central to her work. 

This conversation will be chaired by Fiona Rogers

Durjoy Bangladesh Foundation: From Here To Eternity Part 1

Thursday 14th January

18:30pm BST

Online, Booking required, pay what you can

A two-day symposium looking at the social histories featured in From Here to Eternity

In an evening event followed by a full day of talks, presentations and debates, hear from artists, curators, activists and theorists as we reflect on the themes featured in From Here to Eternity: Sunil Gupta. A Retrospective. Topics include representations of gender, sexuality and its intersection with race in relation to art and the photographic image; the transnational consciousness in key cities in the United Kingdom, North America and India in the embodiment of queerness; and artistic responses to contemporary forms of social and political change.   

Contributors include Fiona Anderson (Art History in the Department of Fine Art at Newcastle University) and Gregory Salter (Department of Art History, Curating and Visual Studies at University of Birmingham).

Durjoy Bangladesh Foundation: From Here To Eternity Part 2

Wednesday 15th January

11:00am BST

Online, Booking required, pay what you can

A two-day symposium looking at the social histories featured in From Here to Eternity

In an evening event followed by a full day of talks, presentations and debates, hear from artists, curators, activists and theorists as we reflect on the themes featured in From Here to Eternity: Sunil Gupta. A Retrospective. Topics include representations of gender, sexuality and its intersection with race in relation to art and the photographic image; the transnational consciousness in key cities in the United Kingdom, North America and India in the embodiment of queerness; and artistic responses to contemporary forms of social and political change.   

Contributors include Fiona Anderson (Art History in the Department of Fine Art at Newcastle University) and Gregory Salter (Department of Art History, Curating and Visual Studies at University of Birmingham).