Throughout the year, a lively programme of art exhibitions inspired by poetry and literature.
‘Digressions’ is a collection of Philippa Troutman’s paintings, prints and cut-ups, in a joint project with award-winning poet Ian Duhig, celebrating Laurence Sterne’s masterpiece, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman.
2013 was the tercentenary of the birth of Laurence Sterne, the celebrated author of The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. Published in nine volumes between 1759 and 1767, Tristram Shandy remains one of the greatest and most influential of all comic novels in the English language.
The exhibition transfers to the site of its geographical inspiration, Shandy Hall, Coxwold, York YO61 4AD, 11 Oct - 1 Nov 2014.
The book of artwork, poetry and prose, also called Digressions and published by Smokestack to coincide with the exhibition, will also be on sale.
Image: The Word Minotaur 2014 by Philippa Troutman. Screenprint & collage. From ‘Digressions’
Please join us for a celebration of the exhibition, and to launch the book Digressions, with a reading from Ian Duhig.
Thu 18 September 2014, 6.30pm-9.30pm
RSVP Robyn Donaldson, 020 7420 9886, firstname.lastname@example.org
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