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19 June 2018, 6.15 – 7.45pm

Clarrie Wallis, Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at Tate, has curated multiple exhibitions of modern sculptors, including Rachel Whiteread and Richard Long.

Join Clarrie for an evening of observation and Q&A discussion on the importance of context, material, technique and inspiration in curation of 3-d contemporary pieces.

Wallis’ lecture will be followed by a conversation with Emily Fitzell, PhD at the University of Cambridge.

£15 (£12 Friends of Kettle’s Yard /
£8 full time students) booking recommended. Followed by a glass of wine.

Click here to book a ticket now.

 

Clarrie Wallis

Clarrie Wallis is Senior Curator of Contemporary British Art at Tate. She is the curator of the forthcoming exhibition of Mark Leckey at Tate Britain in autumn 2019. An internationally renowned curator her particular expertise and proficiency is in the field of sculpture.

Since joining Tate in 2000, Clarrie has curated numerous group and solo exhibitions including  Mona Hatoum (2015), Tate Modern, Barry Flanagan (2011), Richard Long: Heaven and Earth (2009), In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida: Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas and Angus Fairhurst (2004) and Tacita Dean (2000). She also curated The Duveens Commission in 2001, 2007 and 2017 working with artists Mona Hatoum, Mark Wallinger and Cerith Wyn Evans. She also focuses on acquisitions of contemporary and emerging art.

Clarrie was previously Curator at the Visual Arts Department, British Council where she organised exhibitions of work by, among others, Richard Deacon and Michael Craig-Martin. She curated Gary Hume’s representation at the Venice Biennale in 1999.

Clarrie has published and lectured extensively on contemporary art including monographs on Patrick Caulfield, Tate 2013 and Richard Deacon, Tate 2014 and a Richard Long Reader, Ridinghouse 2017. Her monograph on the painter Rose Wylie will be published this autumn by Lund Humphries. She holds an MA in Curating from the Royal College of Art, London and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art (Sculpture) from Central St Martin’s School of Art and Design, London.