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Re-Visit: What’s Important – Art & Community with Alistair Hudson

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As part of our series of lectures from leading cultural figures reflecting on the ways arts organisations contribute to society, Alistair Hudson, Director of Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA), discussed the relationship between the art institution and the communities it serves and asks how it might be possible to construct a new model for working together.

Held at Modern Art Oxford on 26 May 2016.

Re-Visit: 1998 / Mona Hatoum

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The second in our series of lectures highlighting important artists from Modern Art Oxford’s history, which was held at the gallery on 2 June 2016.

Bridget Crone, independent writer and curator and Lecturer in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London, discussed the work of the influential Palestinian artist who exhibited at Modern Art Oxford in 1998.

Re-Visit: Navigating Invisible Strategies – The Art of Lubaina Himid

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On Thursday 16 March, 2017, Dr Dorothy Price discussed works from Lubaina Himid’s ‘Kangas’ series, with a particular focus on the artist’s work with collage and its relationship to some of the strategies of European modernism.

Dr Dorothy Price is a Reader in the Department of History of Art, University of Bristol.

This event took place at Modern Art Oxford as part of a programme produced to coincide with the exhibition Lubaina Himid: Invisible Strategies.

Lubaina Himid: Three Works

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Artist Lubaina Himid discusses work from her exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford, Nottingham Contemporary and Spike Island, Bristol.

Read more about Himid’s exhibition Invisible Strategies here.

Re-visit: 1974 / Joseph Beuys

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On Thursday 1 December 2016, Sean Rainbird, Director of The National Gallery of Ireland, discussed Beuys’ time in Britain and Ireland in the years following his dismissal from the Düsseldorf Art Academy in 1972.

This was the final lecture in a series exploring the work of artists from Modern Art Oxford’s history.