In this 45 minute gallery talk Mary Ginsberg, curator of the exhibition ‘Revolution, Propaganda, Art: Printmaking in Modern China’ will discuss the curatorial thinking behind the exhibition, and the selection of some 70 images from the extensive collection of prints held by the Muban Educational Trust.
The exhibition explores artistic trends, political conflict and technical innovations. This talk aims to connect history with the contemporary, and message with style and technique.
Booking required, Maximum 12 people.
This talk is part of our series of events associated with our exhibition ‘Revolution, Propaganda, Art: Printmaking in Modern China’ in association with the Muban Educational Trust.