We are proud to be welcoming Veronica Ryan in a discussion about her extraordinary career and the themes and motivations around her work.
Ryan won last year’s Turner Prize for her solo exhibition Along a Spectrum at Spike Island, works from which are included in our current exhibition Radical Landscapes, and for her public sculptures celebrating the Windrush Generation in Hackney.
Her sculptures and installations examine environmental concerns, personal narratives and memories, as well as the wider psychological implications of history, trauma and recovery. A former resident of Leyton, Ryan last showed work at the William Morris Gallery in a group show ‘E11 Works on Paper’ in the 1980s and we are very proud to see her return.
The artist will be joined in conversation with Hadrian Garrard, Director of the William Morris Gallery, co-curator of Radical Landscapes. Garrard worked previously with Ryan, leading the Hackney Windrush Commissions as Director of Create London. The event will be followed by an audience Q&A.
- 6.30pm – Doors open
- 7pm – Talk and Q&A
- 8pm – Radical Landscapes curator’s tour
Please ‘pay what you can’ for your ticket. Our suggested donation is £7.50 per person.
Location: William Morris Gallery, Forest Road London E17 4PP
Date and time: Thursday, January 18, 2024
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