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Elisabeth Frink: Lectures
WHEN MODERN ARCHITECTURE GOT HIGH: THE POST-WAR REALISATION OF THE MODERNIST ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT
Wednesday 2 December
6 - 7pm
Dr. Steve Parnell, architect and architectural critic
The reconstruction of Britain in the immediate post-war years was a golden age for architects as architecture represented the possibility of actually building a new world, a promised utopia. Setting Frink’s public commissions in context, the lecture will explore how architects responded to this challenge with reference to some of the defining moments and buildings of the 1950s and ‘60s.
THE SHAPE OF FAITH
Wednesday 27 January 2016
6 - 7pm
Revd Dr. Richard Davey, Co-ordinating Chaplain, Nottingham Trent University
From her first public work or the St John Bosco Catholic Church in Woodley, Reading, to the Risen Christ on the west façade of Liverpool Cathedral, Frink undertook a number of commissions for churches and cathedrals throughout her career. In his lecture Dr. Richard Davey will discuss these commissions within the wider context of Frink's own work and the developing relationship between the church and modern artists in the second half of the 20th century.
ELISABETH FRINK: THE PRESENCE OF SCULPTURE
Wednesday 3 February 2016
6 - 7pm
Annette Ratuszniak, Curator, Frink Estate
Annette Ratuszniak’s lecture focuses on Frink’s most significant public commissions with more behind-the-scenes stories and illustrated by further material from the Frink archive.
Image: Desert Quartet I 1989 Bronze. Estate of Elisabeth Frink, 2015