This in conversation between Caroline Corbeau-Parsons and Stephen Calloway, the co-curators of the Aubrey Beardsley exhibition. The talk will offer an introduction into the intense and prolific career of late-Victorian artist Aubrey Beardsley.
There will be an opportunity for audience questions and contributions after the talk.
Stephen Calloway is an art historian, curator and collector. A former curator at the Victoria & Albert Museum, he specialises in 19th-century art and design. Amongst others, he has curated exhibitions on Aubrey Beardsley (V&A and Japan,1998; Pushkin Museum, 2014), The Cult of Beauty (V&A and Musée d’Orsay, 2011) and The Beggarstaffs (Fitzwilliam Museum, 2019).
Caroline Corbeau-Parsons is Curator of British art, 1850-1915, at Tate Britain. Her PhD was dedicated to International SYmbolism. Exhibitions she contributed to at Tate include Artist and Empire (2015-2016), Impressionists in London: French Artists in Exile 1870-1904 (2017-2018), and Aubrey Beardsley, with Stephen Calloway.