Faith Ringgold has been a pioneering figure in American art for six decades. Born in Harlem in 1930, Ringgold has developed a wide-ranging practice that includes painting, sculpture, quilt-making, writing and performance. Her poetic and politically-engaged work is part of museum collections across the United States, and featured in the 2017 exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power at Tate Modern.
This is a unique opportunity to hear her discuss her career from the 1960s to the present day. The evening will be introduced by Frances Morris, Director of Tate Modern, and will also include an audience Q&A.
This event has been provided by Tate Gallery on behalf of Tate Enterprises LTD