2013 Oct. 26: Last week-end I Frieze(d) in London

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When:    17 – 20 October 2013

Where:  Regent’s Park,London, UK

 

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Frieze Talks

Sexuality, Politics and Protest
It has been 20 years since ACT UP, Gran Fury and queer activism reshaped the power of contemporary art and protest. What is the legacy of and possibility for art and protest now?

Neil Bartlett (Theatre Director, Author and Performer, Brighton)

Marlene McCarty (Artist, New York)

Zanele Muholi (Photographer, Johannesburg)

Chair: Jennifer Kabat (Writer, New York)

 

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