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ART AGAINST WAR AND FASCISM: TUDOR-HART'S WORK IN THE 1930's

23 Apr 2013

Event times

7pm

Cost of entry

Free

Open Eye Gallery

Liverpool, United Kingdom

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  • The nearest bus station is at Liverpool ONE, but some buses drop off at the Pier Head, right next door to the gallery. Merseytravel has details of local bus services.
  • By train We are 20 minutes walk from Lime Street station ' Liverpool's mainline railway station. James Street station, served by Wirral Line trains, is a two minute walk. Moorfields station, served by the Northern and Wirral Lines, is a five minute w

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A talk by art historian and author Robert Radford centred on the life and work of photographer Edith Tudor-Hart. Considering the role of art as force for change in the first half of the 1900s, Radford discusses left wing practitioners and provocateurs who sought to influence our visual as well as political landscape. The talk will last for approximately 45 minutes with a short period following for discussion. Seats are limited, so please book by calling 0151 236 6768 or via our online shop.

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