MARCH at Cubitt

 

Events

Four discrete events staged at Cubitt throughout March 2013. All events are free.

 

Sunday 3 March, 4pm

Peter Wächtler

Brussels-based artist Peter Wächtler narrates a text alongside projected drawings. Wächtler recently opened a solo exhibition B.A.C.K. at Ludlow 38, New York. This event coincides with his exhibition at Kunstraum, London.

CLICK HERE for documentation of this event.

 

( 7pm 7-03-13 > 17-03-13 )

Ed Lehan

Open until Sunday 17 March.

Gallery opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 12-6pm

CLICK HERE for documentation of this event.

 

Thursday 21 March, 7pm

A Multitude of Images

David Joselit

A talk by David Joselit, Carnegie Professor of History of Art, Yale University, about his recent book After Art (Princeton University Press, 2012).

Please note: this event is now sold out

CLICK HERE for documentation of this event, including a full recording of David Joselit’s lecture.

 

Thursday 28 March, 7pm

Nudes

Benedictions / Patricia Lennox-Boyd

An event that acts as a prelude to There’s One Missing From Your Bundle Edouard Manet, the second issue of Benedictions, a publishing project by Patricia Lennox-Boyd. This event is conceived in tandem with Greens, an exhibition by Benedictions in the vitrines at The Modern Institute, Glasgow (February–March 2013).

CLICK HERE for full documentation of this event.

 

 

Image credit: Peter Wächtler, 2012.

Cubitt Gallery is part of an artist-led organisation based in Islington, London. We promote innovative curatorial practice with an 18-month Bursary, supporting curators at the beginning of their careers.

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