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Contemporary Art in a Sacred Space Lecture by Colin Wiggins

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Colin Wiggins, Special Projects Curator at the National Gallery, London until 2016, reflects on the role of contemporary art in sacred spaces and discusses Ana Maria Pacheco's work, its making and meaning and how it responds to the sacred medieval setting.

Colin has worked with many leading artists including Peter Blake, Frank Auerbach and Michael Landy - and Pacheco during her residency at the National Gallery in 1998-2000. He is both an art historian and artist and began his career as a Research Assistant in the Department of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum before moving to work in the Education Department of the National Gallery, London. He is currently working on a major new exhibition for the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings later this year. 

More information about Dispersing the Night an exhibition by Ana Maria Pacheco at Salisbury Cathedral can be found here.
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