Department of History of Art
Thursday 26 April 2007, 11.00AM to 18:00
This symposium, organised by Mark Hallett and Christine Riding, co-curators of the current exhibition of William Hogarth’s work at the Tate, showcases the most original and stimulating approaches to Hogarth’s art in contemporary scholarship. It brings together both distinguished and newly-emerging scholars and critics to consider the range of Hogarth’s work. Participants are invited to challenge older attitudes to the artist’s work and to generate fresh debate about one of Britain’s most controversial and challenging artists.
For the full programme please visit the Tate Britain website
Location: Tate Britain Auditorium
Admission: £30 (£25 concessions), booking required Price includes drinks reception and private view of the exhibition following the event.