Glasgow International 2020

Nasher Prize Dialogues

The Trades Hall
84 Glassford Street,
Glasgow,
G1 1UH

Event
Talk

In partnership with The Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, The Common Guild presents a panel discussion as part of the Nasher Prize Dialogues exploring ideas of artistic licence – copyright, ownership, originality, and authorship – in the 21st century.

The event will involve artists Mark Leckey, Christine Borland and Sam Durant and will be chaired by Katrina Brown, Director of The Common Guild.

The Nasher Prize Dialogues are intended to foster international awareness of sculpture and of the Nasher Prize, and to stimulate discussion and debate. Inaugurated in 2016, The Nasher Prize is the most significant award in the world dedicated exclusively to contemporary sculpture. It is presented annually to a living artist that has had an extraordinary impact on the understanding of the art form. Previous recipients have been Doris Salcedo, and Pierre Huyghe. The 2018 laureate is Theaster Gates.

Booking required, fees apply (Ticket £5, Concession £3); please book through Thecommonguild.eventbrite.co.uk

Watch a livestream of the event on the Nasher Sculpture Center’s Facebook page and Instagram account:    Facebook.com/NasherSculptureCenter // 
Instagram: @NasherSculptureCenter // Follow on Twitter: #NasherDialogues / @nashersculpture / @thecommonguild

Wed 2nd May, 6-8pm

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