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In Conversation: Amalia Ulman

Part of the Terra Foundation for American Art Series

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Join artist Amalia Ulman and Gilda Williams for a special online discussion

Acclaimed artist Amalia Ulman’s latest work is the video essay and performance Sordid Scandal, hosted exclusively on Tate’s website from 3 to 7 September.

This online discussion explores the key themes of Ulman’s work, including identity, artistic persona and colonial history. The particular influence of Andy Warhol will also be a key feature of the conversation.

This event is part of the Terra Foundation for American Art Series: New Perspectives


Amalia Ulman

Amalia Ulman is an Argentinian artist based in New York City. Her practice includes performance, installation, video and net-art works.

Dr Gilda Williams

Dr Gilda Williams is a London correspondent for Artforum. She teaches art writing on the MFA Curating programme at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her most recent book is On and By Andy Warhol (2016, MIT Press/Whitechapel).

Online Event

This event takes place on YouTube

Date & Time

7 September 2020 at 19.00–20.30

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