Widely acknowledged as one of the most inventive artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, Jeff Wall is one of the most important and influential artists of our time. His work has defined photography as a major contemporary art form. In this keynote address, Jeff Wall discusses his practice in relation to the current exhibition presenting three decades of his artistic and photographic innovation including large-scale works, black and white prints, recent colour prints and intimate small-scale photographic observations.
Purchase a ticket to Rooms – A Symposium about Photography, Poetry and Space and gain entry to Jeff Wall’s lecture (May 2) and hear artists, poets, academics and curators explore JEFF WALL Photographs and South of No North in a day of discussion and artist presentations (May 3). BOOK NOW. Limited spaces available.
For those who missed the lecture, an audio recording is now available:
Image: Jeff Wall, The Destroyed Room, 1978, transparency in light box, AP, Courtesy and © the artist