To coincide with TIME AND SPACE, a major new solo exhibition at Arnolfini, Richard Long will be in conversation with curator, writer and editor, Teresa Gleadowe.
Join us for a unique opportunity to join in the conversation with renowned artist Richard Long and curator, writer and editor, Teresa Gleadowe.
Considered to be among the most important artists of his generation, Long won the Turner prize in 1989 and he has made artworks in five continents, with 250 solo exhibitions to date.
During this special event Richard will discuss his work past and present.
Richard Long won the Turner prize in 1989, and represented Great Britain at the 37th Venice Biennale in 1976. He was awarded Japan’s Praemium Imperiale in the field of sculpture in 2009, and was made a CBE in 2013. The exhibition at Arnolfini looks particularly at the area where Long grew up and still lives, as the start and end point for many of his early walks and text works.
Teresa Gleadowe is a curator, writer and editor. She worked for the Visual Arts Department of the British Council before being appointed Head of Information at the Tate Gallery in 1989. For more information about Teresa Gleadowe, see here.
This event is part of the Art Weekender - Bristol and Bath.