Virtual Lecture: 'Revelations'
2.00PM Wed 9 Sep 2020
VIRTUAL | Ticketed
Delve deeper into QAGOMA exhibitions and displays at this virtual event for Members!
In September, join Sophie Rose (Assistant Curator, International Art) for an in-depth discussion of printmaking in the Northern Renaissance and the continued importance of Albrecht Durer’s 1498 ‘Apocalypse’ series, on display from September as part of 'Revelations' in the Queensland Art Gallery.
Durer’s time was one of chaos, with the recent fall of Constantinople to Ottoman rule in 1453 and, closer to home, simmering religious discontent that would soon erupt with the Protestant Reformation. Our current moment is equally fraught, as we face the effects a warming planet, riots and pandemic outbreaks. Today, these iconic depictions catastrophic reckoning may feel more pertinent than ever.
Free for Members / $10 Members' guests / Book online or call 07 3840 7278 / The link to join the event will be sent to the email address you booked with one hour prior to the start of the session.
The QAGOMA Members Virtual Lectures are hosted online via Zoom. Members can join the event by downloading the free Zoom App on their smart phone or tablet, downloading the Zoom program on their computer, joining via their internet browser on their computer, or over the phone.