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Café, galleries and shop: Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm

House: Tuesday – Sunday 12  – 5pm

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Last entry to the House is at 4.30pm

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10 May 2019, 1.15pm (20 minutes)

Join University of Cambridge research fellow Nicola Kozicharow (History of Art), who will respond to the current Oscar Murillo violent amnesia exhibition and its themes.

FREE, come along.
No booking required.

Meet in the galleries 5 minutes before the talk begins.

The galleries are fully accessible. They are situated on the ground floor and can be accessed by stairs or a ramp from the entrance area.

About Nicky Kozicharow

Dr Nicola Kozicharow is the Schulman Research Fellow at Trinity Hall, Cambridge and an Affiliated Lecturer in History of Art at the University of Cambridge. She is a specialist in European and Russian modern and contemporary art, and her recent publications include the co-authored volume Modernism and the Spiritual in Russian Art: New Perspectives (Open Book Publishers, 2017). She received her PhD and MPhil from the University of Cambridge, and holds an MA from University College London, and a BA in History of Art (Honors) and Slavic Studies from Brown University.

About Oscar Murillo

Oscar Murillo was born in 1986 in Colombia and moved to London with his family when he was ten years old. His practice incorporates a variety of techniques and media including painting, performance, drawing, collaborative works, sculpture and sound, often using recycled materials and fragments collected from his studio. Many of his works undergo multiple processes in the studio before being exhibited. Murillo’s work reflects his own experience of displacement, and the social fallout of globalisation.