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Eighth in the series of 'In Conversations' at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, artist Anna Barham is in discussion with Tamsin Dillon, Head of Art on the Underground, addressing their artist/curator relationship in the context of the exhibition Curators' Choice, 25 January - 2 March 2013.

Anna Barham has been selected by Tamsin Dillon, Head of Art on the Underground, to show work as part of Curators' Choice. Anna Barham deconstructs and tests the nature of language and forms. Barham has recently exhibited at Tate Modern, Matt's Gallery, The Drawing Room, the ICA, London, and IMMA, Dublin; and was commissioned by Art on the Underground in 2012 to work on a new project for White City Underground station, which took the form of posters on site, and correlating videos to be viewed online.

Tamsin Dillon has over 15 years experience as a curator, and has developed the Art on the Underground programme since 2003. She has previously worked with, and for, many organisations including Chisenhale and Whitechapel Galleries, London, and Capp Street Project, San Francisco. She is a member of the Fourth Plinth Commissioning Group, and is on the Board of Trustees for Turner Contemporary in Margate.


The event will begin at 7pm on Wednesday 30 January 2013, with drinks from 6.30pm. Places are limited, to reserve a seat follow the link on this page or call the gallery on +44 (0)20 7734 7760.

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