2 November 2007
Within the seriousness of Georg Baselitz’s paintings and sculptures, the artist often elicits moments of humour. Professor Richard Shiff, University of Texas at Austin, presents Baselitz’s view of modern German history as a kind of dark comedy.
Reynolds Room; 6.30–7.30pm; £14/£6* (includes lecture, exhibition entry and a drink), £10 (includes lecture and a drink)
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