The Indiscipline of Painting

Private View | Mead Gallery

Tuesday 14 February 2012 - 10:45 until 12:30

In the 1960s, abstract painting was presented as something that could only be about the properties of painting, but in an age where advertising and design exploded into an international phenomenon.


The Indiscipline of Painting exhibition examines the ways in which artists from the 1960s to the present. Artists range from Toma Abts to Heimo Zobering and include Bridget Riley and Andy Warhol.Join us for an excellent opportunity to view this acclaimed exhibition which moves to the Mead in January from Tate St Ives.


We are fortunate to have the Mead curator, Sarah Shalgosky to introduce the exhibition and discuss some of the paintings in detail.


Her passion for the art of this period will fascinate even those who question Modern Art.

Venue information

Mead Gallery

Watwick Arts Centre University of Warwick, CV4 7AL

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