Spiro Ark and Holland Park Press invite you to join us on Sunday 17 February at 17.30 when Michael Dean talks to Monica Bohm-Duchan about writing The White Crucifixion and aspects of Marc Chagall life.
The novel is told from Marc Chagall’s point of view and in it he reflects back on his life and the tumultuous events of the twentieth century that shaped his life and his work.
Prolific writer and the author of several novels including I, Hogarth, Michael Dean, in conversation with Monica Bohm-Duchen, will bring to life the artistic qualities and life experiences of Marc Chagall and his contemporary artists.
Monica Bohm-Duchen is an independent writer, lecturer, and curator. Based in London, she has worked for such leading institutions as the Tate, the National Gallery, and the Royal Academy of Arts. Her special interest is the life and work of Chagall.
Drinks and refreshments will be served and there will be an opportunity to purchased a signed copy of The White Crucifixion.
This event will inspire lovers of literature, art, art history and history in general. It will be held in the state-of-the-art lecture theatre at UCS.
Date: Sunday 17th February
Venue: UCS, Lecture Theatre, Frognal, London NW3 6XH
Booking: online, phone:020 77944655, email: firstname.lastname@example.org