Hales Gallery is excited to announce an artist talk by Hew Locke who will be returning for his third and final lecture in his tenure at Falmouth School of Art.
Locke's investigation of the display of power includes areas such as royal and swagger portraiture, coats-of-arms, public statuary, trophies, financial documents, weaponry and costume. Maritime imagery and symbolism has been a constant in his work, along with reflections on his upbringing in Guyana.
Born in Edinburgh, Locke spent his formative years in Georgetown, Guyana, before returning to the UK to study. He received his BA(Hons) Fine Art in 1988 from Falmouth, then an MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art, London in 1994.
Artist Lecture - Identity and Autobiography
Lecture Theatre 1, Falmouth Campus
14 November 2018 - 5pm
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