From Peggy Guggenheim to the Neo- Naturists – a history of contemporary art on and around Cork Street

Courtesy of Louisa Buck.

Join Louisa Buck, writer and broadcaster on contemporary art for a talk about the history of  Contemporary Art on Cork St.

 

Louisa Buck has been London Contemporary Art Columnist for The Art Newspaper since 1997 and is a regular reviewer on BBC radio and TV, including Front Row, Nightwaves and BBC World Service. She writes a weekly visual arts column for The Telegraph Luxury.

 

Her  books include Relative Values or What’s Art Worth? (co-authored with Philip Dodd) (BBC Books 1991); Moving Targets 2: A User’s Guide to British Art Now (Tate 2000); Market Matters: The Dynamics of the Contemporary Art Market (Arts Council England 2004) and Owning Art: The Contemporary Art Collector’s Handbook (co-authored with Judith Greer) (Cultureshock Media 2006) Commissioning Contemporary Art : A Handbook for Curators, Collectors and Artists was published by Thames & Hudson in October 2012.

 

Louisa was a judge for the 2005 Turner Prize.

 

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