GRAIN Talks Programme
GRAIN hosts evening talks given by artists and photographers, throughout the year, and in collaboration with its partners.
The talks are frequently programmed to coincide with the regional exhibitions, events and commissions.
We are delighted to host a talk by critically acclaimed artist and photographer Mahtab Hussain, at The New Art Gallery Walsall and in collaboration with Redeye Photography Network.
In Conversation, Mahtab Hussain with Tim Clark, Editor in Chief and Director of contemporary photography magazine 1000 Words.
On Tuesday 14 August, 6.30 – 8.00pm, at The New Art Gallery Walsall. Tickets £3.
In September 2016, Mahtab Hussain travelled to Kashmir; to the place that his parents had once called home. He was able to meet members of his family for the first time and to witness the kind of life he may have lived had history taken a different turn.
Born and raised in Glasgow in the 1980s, Hussain like many others, experienced racism and discrimination. He was frequently made to feel like he did not belong in Britain yet he knew no other home. Hussain has developed an artistic practice which explores ideas of homeland, race, identity and cultural difference. The exhibition at The New Art Gallery Walsall presents a powerful and poetic reflection on ideas of home, belonging and displacement.
For more information see The New Art Gallery Walsall website and to book at place for the Talk call the gallery on 01922 654400.
To date we have been delighted to host talks by the following;
- Mat Collishaw
- Faye Claridge
- Nathaniel Pitt and Donall Curtin
- Tom Hunter
- Sophy Rickett and Bettina von Zwehl
- Bruce Gilden
- David Birkett
- Daniel Meadows
- Simon Roberts
- Andrew Jackson
- Matthew Murray
- David Hurn
- Trish Morrissey
- Guy Martin
- Lua Ribeira
- Liz Hingley
Image: Mahtab Hussain