17 January 2008
Sam Taylor-Wood, 'Bram Stoker's Chair VII', 2005, C-print, Image size: 48 x 38 in. (121.9 x 96.5 cm)
Women artists have invented new ways of representing the body, going against the grain of accepted representational standards in taking on the human figure. Professor Linda Nochlin, New York University Institute of Fine Arts, examines certain women painters, photographers, sculptors, performers and video artists who have worked with the body and made it new, and critically analyses their revisions of a long, male-dominated tradition.
Geological Society Lecture Theatre, Piccadilly, W1; 6.30–7.30pm