26 October 2007
Dr Christine Haase, University of Georgia, explores the historic, aesthetic and ideological elements linking the 1920s cinematic German Expressionist movement – arguably the most notable of German film movements – with the works and times of Georg Baselitz.
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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