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Griselda Pollock’s major re-evaluation of Berlin-born artist, Charlotte Salomon, sheds new light on her remarkable combination of image, text, and music. She draws attention to parallels in Salomon’s work with artists and thinkers who shared her experience of menaced exile in Nazi-dominated Europe, confronting shocking new material about the young artist’s final few months.
Griselda Pollock, Professor of the Social & Critical Histories of Art, and Director of the Centre for Cultural Analysis, Theory and History, at Leeds University, is a renowned feminist art historian. She is the author of numerous books, including Concentrationary Memories: Totalitarian Terror and Cultural Resistance, Reading Van Gogh: Memory, Place and Modernity, and Encounters in the Virtual Feminist Museum: Time Space and the Archive.
This event will take place at JW3, to book tickets please visit the JW3 website or book by phone on 020 7433 8988.