Daphne Wright in conversation
Thursday 5 July, 7.30pm
Portraiture, sculpture and Plura: Daphne Wright in conversation
Ticket £8 / £6 / Free to members
Contemporary artist Daphne Wright creates consistently thoughtful and unsettling sculptures including the poignant double portrait of her sons included in our current exhibition. In 2010 she created the mesmerising piece Plura using film of Giuseppe Plura’s sculptural masterpiece Diana and Endymion from our collection. This evening will include the opportunity to view this important work at the Museum for the first time, as well as enjoying Daphne in conversation about her work with the Museum’s Director, Alexander Sturgis.
To book Tel 01225 388569
Tickets for this talk include an exclusive out of hours admission, after the talk, to the exhibition Presence: The Art of Portrait Sculpture