For our next #CritClub we are travelling to Cambridge on Tuesday December 3rd to visit the exhibition ‘Homelands’ and to watch a live performance by the internationally acclaimed artist Nihkil Chopra.There is also talk in the evening between Chopra and Tate curator Catherine Woods.

Please visit the Kettle’s Yard website if you want to book a ticket for the talk in the evening.

Arrangements:  As CritClub is a drop-in event, there are no plans to travel together.  We will make our own ways to Cambridge and meet in the gallery at 2.30, and hold an on-line discussion on @theartpractitioner Facebook page after the event.

Performance: Nikhil Chopra 3–6pm Artist Nikhil Chopra will perform Rouge, a durational live action drawing. FREE, come along

In conversation: Nikhil Chopra with Catherine Wood 7–8.15pm

Join Catherine Wood, Senior Curator, International Art (Performance), Tate Modern, in conversation with artist Nikhil Chopra.

£5 (free for concessions), booking recommended

Co-organised with Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational in partnership with Hyundai Motor

 

Homelands: Art from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan

Nikhil Chopra 2019–2020 Artist in Residence at The Met

 

 

The Art Practitioner’s CritClub is a free monthly lunchtime hour of art criticism, held on site at independent venues around Norwich. It is open to anyone who would like to take part in honest critical conversation about any and all aspects of contemporary art. Led by TAP’s Stephanie Douet, together we explore the art scene of Norwich, seeking out exhibitions that manifest the flourishing artistic life of the city.

Each CritClub session is open, unmoderated and unregulated, beginning with a long look what we see before us – prior research of the work is discouraged! All aspects of the art are looked at, from the aesthetic, the abstract, the philosophical to the technical and the practical. The aim is to develop our critical skills, exchange ideas, and opinions, meet up and enjoy ourselves!

Past CritClubs

June: ‘Helen Keller Holding a Magnolia’ by Simon Davenport and Cerith Wynn Evans, at ‘Josey’, Willow Lane, Norwich

August: ‘Siblabela’ by Mira Calix at St. Peter Hungate, Norwich

September: ‘Outpost Members’ Show’ selected by Jessica Warboys, Outpost gallery, Norwich

October: ‘Work from Merzbarn Residency’ by TBA Artists’ Collective, Nunn’s yard, Norwich

November: ‘Greenheart’, Anna Townley, Outpost gallery, Norwich

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