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William Pope.L, White People Are Angles On Fire, 2004. The Studio Museum in Harlem.

William Pope.L, White People Are Angles On Fire, 2004. The Studio Museum in Harlem.

Events - Talks

Representation and Abstraction: Politics and the Body

With Professor Richard King

11 Jun 2015

Led by Professor Richard King, this session will unpack issues of representation, race and rights as told through text, photojournalism and African American art.

6.30pm - 8.30pm

Free, The Studio

Richard King is emeritus professor in the department of American and Canadian Studies at The University of Nottingham. His research is concerned with American culture and politics, and race relations including black/white ethnic issues. He has authored influential books on the subject such as, Civil Rights and the Idea of Freedom (University of Georgia Press, 1996) and Race, Culture and the Intellectuals, 1940-1970 (John Hopkins University Press, 2004).

Please note that places for these sessions are limited, if you would like reserve a place please email merce@nottinghamcontemporary.org

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