Naum Gabo (1890-1977) was a visionary artist and friend of Jim Ede. His belief that “the image of the world can be different” forms the vision for 'Actions. The image of the world can be different', Kettle’s Yard’s reopening exhibition.
Join Dr Jennifer Powell, Head of Collection and Programme at Kettle’s Yard, to find out more about Gabo’s artistic life, inspiration and his contribution to Constuctivism. We are delighted to welcome, Nina Williams, Gabo’s daughter, who will be in conversation with Jennifer Powell.
£15 (£12 Friends of Kettle’s Yard/£8 full- time students). Followed by a glass of wine, included in the price of the ticket.
Tickets are available on our website: kettlesyard.co.uk/events/lecture-naum-gabo/
The café will be open until 6pm, come early if you would like a bite to eat before the lecture.