Women and Art | Peggy Guggenheim: A Radical Collector
[ Art History Course )
A fresh take on art from the female perspective, looking at the women artists and collectors who strove to bring equality to the art world
Peggy Guggenheim was ‘poor little rich girl’ that changed the face of 20th century art. Not only was she ahead of her time but she was also the woman who helped define it. She discovered and nurtured a new generation of artists producing a new kind of art.
Through collecting not only art but getting to know the artists themselves, her life was as radical as her collection.
Led by Alexandra Epps.
Part of a five session art history course, ‘Women and Art’, (Wednesday 20 March – Wednesday 17 April).
One session £30; full course £120. Under 30s: Single session £20; full course £80.
In order to receive the discount for booking the full course, please add each of the five sessions to your basket and the discount will be reflected at check out. Please note, only one offer can be applied to each purchase and so the Friend’s 10% discount cannot be applied in addition to the full course discount.