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BARBICAN ART GALLERY AND THE CURVE

Barbican Centre, EC2Y 8DS
020 7638 8891

www.barbican.org.uk/artgallery
art@barbican.org.uk

Curve: Sat-Wed 11-8, Thu-Fri 11-9; Gallery: Sat-Wed 10-6, Thu & Fri 10-9

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AI: MORE THAN HUMAN
May 16 - Aug 26, 2019 FINAL WEEK
This major centre-wide ‘festival-style’ exhibition explores creative and scientific developments in AI, demonstrating its potential to revolutionise our lives. Bringing together artists, scientists and researchers, this interactive exhibition offers an unprecedented survey of AI with which you are invited to engage head-on.
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Click to enlargeLEE KRASNER : LIVING COLOUR
May 30 - Sep 1, 2019
This exhibition celebrates the work and life of Lee Krasner (1908–1984), a pioneer of Abstract Expressionism. The first major presentation of her work in Europe for more than 50 years, Lee Krasner: Living Colour tells the story of a formidable artist, whose importance has too often been eclipsed by her marriage to Jackson Pollock.
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PAINTING NOW : LEE KRASNER: LIVING COLOUR
Aug 29, 2019 7:00pm talk/event
Discover the powerful legacy of Lee Krasner and her fellow abstract expressionists.
Explore the impact of Krasner and Abstract Expressionism on painting with Suzanne Hudson, celebrated art historian and critic. Hudson’s scholarship has focused on abstraction, painting and American philosophy.
Suzanne Hudson is Associate Professor of Art History and Fine Arts at the University of Southern California. Her writing has appeared in Parkett, Flash Art, Art Journal and October, and she is a regular contributor to Artforum. She is the author of Robert Ryman: Used Paint (2009), Painting Now (2015) and Agnes Martin: Night Sea (2017).
www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/2019/event/painting-now
£5-7 (excludes 60p booking fee)

INTO THE NIGHT : CABARETS & CLUBS IN MODERN ART
Oct 4, 2019 - Jan 19, 2020
An exhilarating journey into the world’s most iconic cabarets, cafés and clubs in modern art through the lens of pioneering artists.

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