Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 2: Mark Antliff

Vorticism and America

Welcome: Madeleine Keep, Curator Adult Programmes, Tate Britain

Chair and introduction: Mark Antliff

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 3: Anna Gruetzner Robins

Vorticism and America

Anna Gruetzner Robins – Cross Postings: Weber and Coburn, New York and London

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 4: Vivien Greene, John Quinn

Vorticism and America

Vivien Greene – John Quinn: The Eye (and Purse) of an American Collector of Vorticism

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 5: Evelyn Silber

Vorticism and America

Evelyn Silber – In and out of the vanguard: Epstein, Quinn and Vorticism

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 6: Rebecca Beasley

Vorticism and America

Rebecca Beasley – The British Avant-Garde and an American Renaissance: Vorticism and Ezra Pound

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 7: Panel discussion and audience Q&A

Vorticism and America

Panel discussion and audience Q&A

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 8: Vivien Greene

Afternoon Session – Vorticism Beyond Painting and Sculpture

Chair and introduction: Vivien Greene

Andrzej Gasiorek – Modern Feeling be Damned! Hulme, Gaudier-Brzeska, and the Vorticist Moment

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 9: Alan Munton, Henri Gaudier Brzeska

Vorticism Beyond Painting and Sculpture

Alan Munton – Henri Gaudier Brzeska, Vorticism and Anti-Imperial Discourse in London

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 10: Katy Deepwell

Vorticism Beyond Painting and Sculpture

Katy Deepwell – Narratives of Women Artists in/out of Vorticism

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 11: Mark Antliff

Vorticism Beyond Painting and Sculpture

Mark Antliff: Vorticism/Gaudier Brzeska and contemporary politics

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Repositioning Vorticism conference – Part 12: round table discussion and close

Round table discussion and close

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.

Expanding themes from the exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World.

This symposium sets the critical artistic movement within its wider cultural and historical context, asserting the importance of Anglo-American exchange and investigating Vorticism’s multi-disciplinarity through photography, painting, literature and design.