Artists in the first years of the 20th century re-imagined how a variety of materials could create different kinds of art. Sculpture, drawing and painting all became gloriously mixed up. Fiona Fitzgerald will tease out the importance of these experimental approaches for the development of contemporary art.
This talk links to the Royal Academy’s Picasso and Paper Exhibition.
It will take place at The Cut, Halesworth on Wednesday 26th February at 10:30am, costing £8. For more details, visit Fiona Fitzgerald‘s website.