Sunday, 13 May 2012

Civil Partnerships? Tate Modern, 19th May, 2012

This looks a great event for those of you lucky enough to be in London...

Reflecting on the politics and practices of queer and feminist art curating, this symposium invites presentations from an international line-up of artists, curators and critics to address a set of key questions: how do feminist and queer projects emerge as art exhibitions? Can queers and feminists get along with the institutional art world? And can they get along with each other? Your conference ticket also allows free entry to the Axe Grinding Workshop and David Hoyle’s Queer Tate Tour on the evening of the 18^th May. Workshop places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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