Event

Artist Talk: Francis Upritchard

Talk

  • Past event
  • Meet at the front desk
  • Free
Francis Upritchard Jockey 2012. Modelling material, foil, wire, paint. Collection of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, gift of the patrons of the Auckland Art Gallery, 2013. Courtesy Kate MacGarry, London. Photo: Jennifer French  

Francis Upritchard Jockey 2012. Modelling material, foil, wire, paint. Collection of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, gift of the patrons of the Auckland Art Gallery, 2013. Courtesy Kate MacGarry, London. Photo: Jennifer French

 

A rare chance to explore the extraordinary world of Francis Upritchard’s Jealous Saboteurs with the artist herself, joined by director of Monash University Museum of Art, Charlotte Day.

 

 

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