Tom Hammick to speak at Sir John Soane Museum Talk ‘Portrait in Printmaking’
Work by Tom Hammick is currently included in the Sir John Soane museum exhibition 'Face to Face: British Portrait Prints from the Clifford Chance art collection'. To coincide with the show, the museum is hosting a talk entitled 'Portrait in Printmaking' - why contemporary artists make portraits in print on Monday 3 November 7:30pm. The discussion will look at how three contemporary artists have moved beyond the traditional model of the portrait through a variety of printmaking techniques and approaches to the subject. Printmaking continues to offer the contemporary artist an opportunity to experiment, to play and to find alternative languages in depicting the individual. The evening will include an audience Q&A before concluding with an exclusive curator-led visit to the exhibition and the chance to speak with the artists in a more intimate setting.
Moyna Flannigan (artist)
Tom Hammick (artist)
Alessandro Raho (artist)
Chair: Dr Jerzy Kierkuc-Bielinski, Exhibition Curator, Sir John Soane's Museum
This discussion will be held in the Seminar Room in Number 14 Lincoln's Inn Fields (the house with the green door to the right of the Museum).
Tickets: £10 (£6 for students)