Art History lessons to all given by a Contemporary Artist in London
As an Artist, and having studied Fine Art and Design, I believe that studying and experiencing Art is for all - it is essential to the understanding of the ways in which human beings live and relate to their surroundings; from the most difficult philosophical or political enquiries, to the simplest and most trivial emotions of our daily lives.
To truly experience Art and to understand the immensity and vastness of the possibilities it proposes, one has to be in the middle of it. For this reason, my lessons happen in museums and galleries across the city, and try to navigate through the most significant moments in every period in history.
By observing art works, buildings and objects around us, we are able to build the necessary relationships between our bodies and the motivations and consequences of its presence in the world through art making.
Learning Art History happens through: exploring, questioning, plotting, creating, responding and, most importantly, relating to the world around us.
Rate varies according to level, number of lessons, targets and purpose.