The Meaning of Colour Study Day at National Gallery, 6 September 2014

The National Gallery in collaboration with the Open University:
A Study Day to accompany the exhibition Making Colour (18 June – 7 September, 2014)

The Meaning of Colour
Saturday 6 September, 10.30am–3.30pm
Sainsbury Wing Theatre

Speakers include Caroline Campbell, Gill Perry, Emma Barker, David Batchelor and Roger Hiorns
Tickets – £25/£10 concessions

The National Gallery exhibition ‘Making Colour‘ takes visitors on a journey through colour from the ancient world to the Impressionists. On this study day, the journey continues up to the present day. You will hear from art historians and artists who will explore different aspects The National Gallery exhibition Making Colour takes visitors on a journey through colour from the ancient world to the Impressionists. On this study day, the journey continues up to the present day. You will hear from art historians and artists who will explore different aspects of the exhibition and discuss the symbolism of colour in different contexts. The cultural fear of corruption from colour will also be examined – along with the work of artists and writers who have challenged that fear.

For more information and to book tickets:
http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/calendar/study-day-6-september-2014

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