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School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies

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Still from The Tent (2012), Elizabeth Price

Elizabeth Price: The Tent

8th February 201725th February 2017

An exhibition of work by Elizabeth Price ― winner of the Turner Prize 2012 and PhD Fine Art alumna. Curated by University Academic Fellow in Fine Art and Curatorial Practice, Sam Belinfante.

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'ARCHIVE', a touring exhibition of 55 artists' books, curated by Chris Taylor and John McDowall, 2003

PAGES: Future Present

2nd February 201723rd April 2017

An exhibition of publications, ephemera and photographic documentation from the past 20 years of PAGES International Contemporary Artists' Book Fairs. Private View Thursday 2 February 6-9pm at The Tetley.
Sarah Bodman, Flowers in Hotel Rooms Volume II, 2005, inkjet and screenprint. Photography by Melissa Olen.

Future Legacies: Collections, Collecting and Artists’ Books

11th February 201710th June 2017

An exhibition of artists' books from Special Collections which explores thematic, visual and other formal relationships between books produced over time. Curated by John McDowall and Chris Taylor, in collaboration with Rhiannon Lawrence-Francis (Collections & Engagement Manager in the Brotherton Library).
Carla Scott Fullerton, Uncoil Me (2016). Image courtesy of the artist.

Visiting Artist’s Talk – Carla Scott Fullerton

20th February 2017, 2.00pm3.30pm

Carla Scott Fullerton's work explores the materials and processes of sculpture and printmaking, with a particular focus on the relationships between forms and structures and between architecture and people.
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Space for Art: Kerry Harker and Sharon Gill in conversation

22nd February 2017, 4.00pm5.30pm

Join us for this event where PhD candidate Kerry Harker will be in conversation with Sharon Gill, Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance.
Andy Holden: Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape

Andy Holden: Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape

1st March 2017, 6.00pm7.00pm

This new one-hour performance is the culmination of five years of idiosyncratic research and public lectures exploring the possibility of using the Laws of Motion as they appear in cartoons. Organised in collaboration with the Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation (CAVE).
20th International Contemporary Artists Book Fair

20th International Contemporary Artists' Book Fair 2017

4th March 20175th March 2017

The longest running artists’ book fair outside of London celebrates its 20th anniversary at The Tetley. Co-curated with PAGES.
'Red Light District' by Yan Lei. Year 1998/2016. Image courtesy of the artist.

Japan, East Asia, Asia: Cultural spheres in conversation

7th March 2017, 6.00pm7.30pm

Join a discussion with art historian Maki Fukuoka and curator Pauline J Yao (M+ Hong Kong and Leverhulme Visiting Professor) about contemporary art in Japan and Japan’s relationship with its regional neighbours.
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Research Seminar Series - Filip Müller’s Silences

8th March 2017, 4.00pm5.30pm

Join us for the latest in our spring research seminar series when we welcome speaker Dr Dominic Williams, Montague Burton Fellow in Jewish Studies in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies.