18 May 2024

On Landscape, discussion with Corinne Fowler, Andy Holden, Ben Rivers and Bharti Parmar

In the National Treasures: Constable in Bristol “Truth to Nature” exhibition we pose the question, ‘what does the English landscape mean to you?’

For this event we are delighted to welcome academic and writer Professor Corinne Fowler (Green Unpleasant Land, Our Island Stories) and artists Andy Holden (How the Artist was Led to the Study of Nature), Ben Rivers (Origin of the Species) and Dr Bharti Parmar (Khadi) for a round table discussion about untold rural narratives, access and what landscape means today.

Corrine Fowler’s book Our Island Stories is available from the museum shop and books bought and brought to the talk will be signed afterwards.

With thanks

With thanks to HR World, The CR Group and Maru for sponsoring the Bristol exhibition.

We are very grateful to The National Gallery for sponsorship of the events programme through their NG200 celebrations of the gallery’s bicentenary. This event is part of a programme to accompany the National Treasures: Constable in Bristol “Truth to Nature” exhibition at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery.

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Picture credit, Shilpa Gupta, Untitled (There is no border here) © the artist

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