Join us to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing contemporary creative practices, art markets, and museum cultures in a globalized world.
Book Workshop on Heritage & Debt: Art in Globalization with Professor David Joselit (Harvard University)
Loughborough University (International House) and Live Online via Zoom
Organized by Dr Kathryn Brown, Loughborough University
Date and Time: 26 October 2021, 14.15–17.00 BST
To register please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this book workshop, Professor David Joselit will debate themes from his latest book Heritage & Debt: Art in Globalization (The MIT Press, 2020) with a panel of discussants drawn from a range of different disciplines. The book explores how global contemporary art reanimates the past as a resource for the present, combating modern art’s legacy of Eurocentrism.
Dr Kathryn Brown (Loughborough University)
Dr Dirk Boll (Christie’s)
Professor Faisal Devji (University of Oxford)
Professor Stephen Forcer (Glasgow University)
Dr Luke Skrebowski (University of Manchester)
This workshop is kindly sponsored by Loughborough University’s Institute for Advanced Studies