Mon 1 Oct 2012
TypeLecture / Talk
One of the world’s most important installation artists, Richard Wilson was nominated twice for the Turner Prize. Hailed as “one of the masterpiece of the modern age” by BBC art critic, Andrew Graham Dixon, Wilson’s seminal installation 20:50, a sea of reflective sump oil, is on permanent exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery, London. In this public lecture, Wilson illustrated the highlights of this extraordinary artistic career and shared his critically acclaimed masterpieces, reflecting on his artistic visions, development, and influences.