Pauline Boty: Collage into Stained Glass – a Pop Art Approach (Online talk) with Dr Sue Tate, author of Pauline Boty: Pop Artist and Woman
Pauline Boty: Collage into Stained Glass – a Pop Art Approach
Dr Sue Tate, author of Pauline Boty: Pop Artist and Woman Wednesday 18 October 2023, 7pm (UK) (online webinar) Tickets: £6.50 (£5 Friends of SGM) Pauline Boty was one of the founders of British Pop; a talented and ambitious artist, and also a charismatic player on the swinging London scene. She produced a vibrant body of work in stained glass, collage and paint that both challenges and enriches Pop from a female perspective. This talk will focus on the stained glass work she made while at the Royal College of Art (including the piece held at the Ely Stained Glass Museum). It will explore the relationship between the mediums of collage and stained glass and place both in the wider context of Boty’s whole oeuvre and contribution to Pop. Dr Sue Tate is a freelance art historian with a specific interest in women artists. She is the leading expert on Pauline Boty, British Pop Artist, 1938-66, having curated exhibitions of her oeuvre, lecturing on it in the UK, Europe and the USA, and publishing essays, book chapters and the definitive book on the artist: Pauline Boty: Pop Artist and Woman.
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