Griselda Pollock

Griselda Pollock is Professor of the Social and Critical Histories of Art at the University of Leeds, and the author of many acclaimed books including Visual Politics of Psychoanalysis: Art and the Image in Post-Traumatic Cultures.
Charlotte Salomon and the Theatre of Memory

In this talk, Griselda Pollock discusses her major re-evaluation of Berlin born artist, Charlotte Salomon, which sheds new light on her remarkable combination of image, text, and music.

Of Places and People, Art & Literature

Alba Arikha and Janet Wolff present their stunning and idiosyncratic coming-of-age memoirs, exploring their family backgrounds, from post-war Manchester to 1980s Paris. They write of lives intellectually and emotionally enriched by those they encounter – in person, on canvas or through books – among them the leading thinkers, artists and writers of their days. Yet both grew up in the shadow of the Shoah, aware of family members lost, of war and of exile.