This first European retrospective presents more than 30 years of Lorna Simpson's work across the mediums of photography, film, video, and drawing. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Simpson became well-known in the mid-1980s for her conceptually rigorous and language driven large-scale works.
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A new group show exploring the enduring presence of the moon and the rich iconography of space on the popular imagination of artists. They Used to Call it the Moon opens 25 April.
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EVENT FULLY BOOKED
Wednesday 19 June 2013 / 18.30-20.30
FREE / Booking essential at concretemodern.eventbrite.com
BALTIC presents an evening of discussion with a panel of architects and historians exploring the bold and ambitious examples of modernism in art, archiecture and design that developed in the North East in the postwar period. The panel includes acclaimed writer Rutter Carroll; Peter Buchan, Senior Partner at Ryder Architecture; Graham Farmer, Director of Architecture at Newcastle University; and Elain Harwood from English Heritage. The seminar will include particular reference to the work of Berthold Lubetkin, Victor Pasmore and Ryder and Yates.
The seminar expands on the concerns explored by the Croatian artist David Maljkovic in his exhibition, Sources in the Air, at BALTIC from 15 March until 30 June, and will be chaired by BALTIC curator Alessandro Vincentelli.
Presented in association with Ryder Architecture and as part of Festival of the North East and Love Architecture.
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