2 September 2017
Saturday 2 September, 3.30 - 4.30pm
On the occasion of his exhibition Lonely Old Slogans, Daniel Richter discusses his work with Sacha Craddock.
Daniel Richter is based in Berlin, Hamburg and Vienna. From 2004–6 he was professor of painting at UdK Berlin. Since 2006, Richter has held a professorship at Akademie der bildenden Künste, Vienna. Richter’s works are held by museums including the Kunstmuseum in Bonn, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Kunsthalle zu Kiel in Germany.
Sacha Craddock is an independent art critic, writer & curator based in London. She frequently talks on current issues in contemporary art for galleries, museums and colleges. Craddock is co-founder of Bloomberg Space and worked there as a curator from 2002-2011. She has been Chair of the Board of New Contemporaries and selection process since 1996. Craddock co-founded Artschool Palestine and is co-founder and member of Faculty at British School at Rome, Trustee of the Shelagh Cluett Trust and Executive Committee Member of AICA. In 2017, she will co-curate the Turner Prize at Ferens Art Gallery, Hull.
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