In Conversation: Michael Bracewell – The Critic as Artist

Reading Museum

Thursday 26th October 6.30pm

Come and join the University of Reading’s Vice Chancellor Sir David Bell who will be leading a conversation with co-curator Michael Bracewell. Listen in as they discuss The Critic as Artist’s works throughout the Museum, the exhibition concept, and Oscar Wilde’s theories of aesthetics and art criticism.

Adults 16+ Please book your place on www.reading.ac.uk/events

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Michael Bracewell - Photo: John Foley

Michael Bracewell has written extensively on modern and contemporary British art and has been a contributor to ‘The Burlington’ and ‘frieze’ magazines. His recent publications include ‘The Rise of David Bowie 1972 – 1973’ (with Mick Rock and Barney Hoskyns) and ‘Bridget Riley: Paintings and Related Work’ at the National Gallery, London. He was co-curator of ‘The Secret Public: The Last Days of the British Underground 1978 – 1988’ at Kunstverein München and The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2006) and ‘The Dark Monarch: British Modernism and the Occult’ at Tate St Ives (2009). His selected writings on visual art, ‘The Space Between’ (edited by Doro Globus) was published by Ridinghouse, London in 2011.

Marker Location:

Reading Museum,
Blagrave Street,
RG1 1QH