On September 30, a conversation and screening with artist Derek Boshier and William Kaizen, Assistant Professor of Art History and Media Studies. To coincide with the exhibition “Derek Boshier: A survey of work,” curated by Kaizen, at Gallery 360, Northeastern University.
Derek Boshier: A survey of work
curated by William Kaizen
Exhibit: September 28 – October 30, 2013
Gallery 360, Northeastern University
Talk: September 30, 2013
6:30 – 8 pm
Open to public
West Village F | Room 20
40A Leon St.
Northeastern University Visitor Center
Boston, MA 02115
Derek Boshier first came to prominence with his paintings as a student at the Royal College of Art in London in the early 1960s, with fellow students David Hockney, Allen Jones, R.B. Kitaj, and others in the British Pop Art movement. Subsequently he has used other media, including drawing, printmaking, film, books, three dimensional objects, installations and photography among them. His graphic work with popular music groups such as The Clash and David Bowie have brought his work to a wider audience. This exhibition features his most recent series of paintings with a forty-year selection of other work in various mediums.
On Monday, September 30, 2013 the artist will have a conversation with William Kaizen, Assistant Professor of Art History and Media Studies in the Department of Art and Design. As part of the conversation, several of Mr. Boshier’s films will be screened. This will take place at the Northeastern University Visitor’s center, building West Village F, room 20, 40A Leon Street, Boston.