Artist Keith Piper presents his work in the context of Nottingham's 1980's Black Arts Movement and his current exhibitions at New Art Exchange and Nottingham Contemporary.
Keith Piper (born in Malta, 1960) is a leading contemporary British artist, curator, critic and academic. Piper was a founder member of the ground breaking BLK Art Group, an association of black British art students who exhibited in a number of group exhibitions throughout the country between 1982-83. Their work was noted for its boldly political stance and critique on the state of intercommunal, class and gender relations the UK.
Please note this Artist Talk is at Nottingham Trent University:
Newton Lecture Theatre 2
Nottingham NG1 4BU
6pm – 7.30pm
Free, booking required.
In collaboration with New Art Exchange and Nottingham Trent University.