Live-streamed Talk: Alan Hollinghurst
[ Online Talk )
Join our fascinating in conversation with the Booker prize-winning author Alan Hollinghurst and Director of Pallant House Gallery, Simon Martin. Join us online live or watch back at a later date.
Alan Hollinghurst is best known for his novels The Swimming-Pool Library (1988) and the Booker-prize winning The Line of Beauty (2004). He has also written the introduction to our exhibition monograph, Glyn Philpot: Flesh and Spirit. In this in-conversation event they will be discussing Hollinghurst’s books and exploring the shared themes of his works and Philpot’s paintings – themes of sexuality and identity.
Tickets to the talk cost £6 and you can watch the recording back afterwards.
Alan Hollinghurst is an English novelist, poet, short story writer, and translator. He is the recipient of numerous awards for writing, including the 1989 Somerset Maugham Award, the 1994 James Tait Black Memorial Prize, and the 2004 Booker Prize.
Coming up in July
In Conversation with Frances Spalding
Join us for a fascinating talk by art historian, Frances Spalding, as she discusses her new book.
Art historian Frances Spalding will be joining us to talk about her new book, The Real and the Romantic: English Art between Two World Wars. The devastation of the First World War left the art world decentred and directionless. Spalding will discuss the recent upsurge in interest in the period and explore this richly diverse time in British art.
Tickets to the talk cost £15 and include a glass of wine.
Summer Late with Hotwalls Studios will coincide with the end of the talk and you are more than welcome to join the festivities in the gallery. Find more information here. Please note, tickets for Summer Late with Hotwalls Studios are not valid for the Frances Spalding talk.