Julie Brook in conversation with Ben Tufnell, Director of Exhibitions at the prestigious Haunch of Venison Gallery, London, and author of Land Art

18:00 to 19:30 on 16 May 2013

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Watch this conversation with Ben Tufnell on Vimeo.

To coincide with the exhibition made, unmade Dovecot is hosting a series of conversation events between Julie Brook and a diverse collection of award winning artists and art directors.

This conversation occurs between Brook and Ben Tufnell, Director of Exhibitions at the prestigious Haunch of Venison Gallery, London, and author of Land Art and is moderated by Duncan Bremner. Tufnell curated Hamish Fulton’s major exhibition at Tate Britain, Walking Journey, in 2002. His book Land Art was published by Tate Publishing in 2006. He has also written about many artists including Karl Weschke and Richard Long.

Land Art:
“Ben Tufnell has performed a real service, describing and situating recent re-engagements with landscape through art… This is a thorough and accessible guide to an important area of visual culture for specialists, gallery visitors and general readers”. Prof. John Haldane, University of St Andrews.

Tickets for this event are free but must be reserved in advance from Eventbrite.

This event is in partnership with Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.

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