[NetBehaviour] Art, Criticism and the Forces of Globalisation: The Artist as Critic / The Critic as Artist

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Tue Sep 18 18:49:30 CEST 2012

Art, Criticism and the Forces of Globalisation:
The Artist as Critic / The Critic as Artist
Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4BB
14 September 2012, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

This conference, organized jointly by Winchester School of Art, Tate 
Liverpool and the Archives of Art Criticism at the University of Rennes, 
seeks to investigate the historical and contemporary relations of art 
production and critical writing in the era of globalisation.

The conference is organized on the occasion of the Liverpool Biennial, 
which is focused on the global theme of The Unexpected Guest.The 
Biennial’s focus on hospitality and migrations are key to the forces of 
globalization and critical to this conference.

Day 4 (14 September) will be held at Tate Liverpool and is open to the 
general public as well as conference delegates.

Issues of art criticism and art practice will be explored in this day 
event entitled ‘Artist as Critic/ Critic as Artist’. Congruent with 
holding the last day of our conference at Tate Liverpool, a globally 
successful venue for modern and contemporary art and its critical 
understanding, this session includes papers by art critics talking about 
their practice and critical writing on art.

Tickets are free, but please book with the Tate Liverpool Box Office: 
0151 702 7400 or through the Tate website please 

Please pick up your booked free tickets from reception and make your way 
to the external Events Entrance door to the left of the café.

For more conference information please see: www.soton.ac.uk/wrc and 
click on the link for the Art Criticism and the Forces of Globalization 

THIRD TEXT is pleased to announce its forthcoming special journal 
publication in partnership with Winchester School of Art,Art, Criticism 
and the Forces of Globalization, scheduled for July 2013.

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