ALL TOO HUMAN @ TATE BRITAIN

WHAT MAKES US HUMAN: THE GAZE

Bride 1994 Paula Rego born 1935 Purchased 1995 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T06959

In the first of a three-part series responding to the All Too Human exhibition, an artist, historian and philosopher explore the concept of the gaze within the visual arts, its power to objectify or be objective, create intimacy or distance. Speakers include visual artist Amalia Ulman, art historian Katharina Guenther and philosopher Timothy Secret. The panel discussion will be chaired by Dr. Sacha Golob from The Centre for Philosophy and the Visual Arts, King’s College London.


https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/all-too-human/what-makes-us-human-conversations-on-art/gaze


WHAT MAKES US HUMAN: THE BODY

CH986814 Study for Portrait of Lucian Freud, 1964 (oil on canvas) by Bacon, Francis (1909-92); 198×147.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Study for Portrait of Lucian Freud. Francis Bacon (1909-1992). Oil on canvas. Painted in 1964. 198 x 147.8cm.); Photo © Christie’s Images;

Join artists, historians and philosophers for a discussion around the concept of the body in response to the All Too Human exhibitionIn the second of a three-part series, artists, historians and philosophers explore the concept of the body within the visual arts. How is the reality of embodiment conveyed through mediums such as photography or painting? What is the political or social significance of the bodies chosen and of their framing? And to what extent is the artistic process itself an embodied one?
The panel discussion will be chaired by Dr. Dominic Johnson with speakers including artist Michael Armitage, artist Noemi Lakmaier, philosopher Hans Maes and art historian Gregory Salter.​ The panel discussion will be chaired by Dr. Sacha Golob from The Centre for Philosophy and the Visual Arts, King’s College London.

https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/all-too-human/what-makes-us-human-conversations-on-art/body

WHAT MAKES US HUMAN: ANXIETY

Lynette Yiadom-Boayke Works on Canvas

Join an artist, a historian and a philosopher to explore representations of anxiety within the visual arts
In the final session of this three-part series responding to the All Too Human exhibition, an artist, historian and philosopher explore the concept, experience and representation of anxiety, from the personal to the societal, within the visual arts. Speakers include poet and visual artist Heather Phillipson, art historian Caterina Albano and philosopher Aaron James Wendland. The panel discussion will be chaired by Dr. Sacha Golob from The Centre for Philosophy and the Visual Arts, King’s College London.

https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/all-too-human/what-makes-us-human-conversations-on-art/anxiety