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Jul 02, 2019 6:30pm talk/event
This discussion explores the work and life of visionary artist László Moholy-Nagy. Hear insights into the artistic practice and legacy of this key Bauhaus figure from speakers Daniel Hug and Catherine Ince.
Daniel Hug is Director of the Moholy-Nagy Foundation, grandson of the artist, and curator of the current exhibition.
Catherine Ince is the chief curator at the V&A East.
Free to attend, booking essential:

Oct 2 - Dec 21, 2019
Private view Tue Oct 1 6pm - 8pm
‘Cerberus’ is Mark Bradford’s first exhibition at Hauser & Wirth in London and extends across the entirety of the gallery’s spaces. The exhibition of new work sees Bradford return to ancient mythology, a consistent source of inspiration for the artist. Specifically, he now engages the many headed dog guarding the entryway to Hades, Cerberus. It is a particularly resonant metaphor for Bradford, who has always been fascinated by interstitial spaces and figures. In fact, of the relationship between his art and his community engagement, Bradford has often declared his imperative to have one foot firmly planted in each. ‘Cerberus’ is an exhibition dedicated to places difficult and in-between, where conflicts arise, but also where the hope of resolution is to be found.
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