Talk - Nelly Agassi - Innermost


Hand & Lock

SKU: 128508

Date: Wednesday 3rd November 2021

Time:  4.30pm-5.30pm

Location: Oxo Tower Wharf, Barge House St, South Bank, London SE1 9PH

World renowned multimedia artist Nelly Agassi, whose work has been exhibited in the Tate Modern, Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Arts Club of Chicago to name but a few, will shine a light on selected works from the last 20 years of her thought-provoking practice. Nelly will discuss inspirations, concepts, production and materiality through insights from the “backstage” of her creative processes and way of working.

This talk will allow you access to the exhibition on the date of the talk, however will only allow a one time entry. 

Chicago-based artist Nelly Agassi (b.1973, Israel) is a multi-disciplinary artist who works with performance, installation, video, textile, sound and works on paper. Her work explores the relationship between the human body and architecture, through investigating sites and their histories, traumas and hopes. She weaves personal and collective stories to a universal fabric of new history.

She received her MFA from Chelsea College and her BFA from Central St. Martins, both in London. Her work has been shown internationally at institutions and galleries such as The Arts Club of Chicago, Aspect Ratio, Hyde Park Art Center, The Israel Museum, Poor Farm, Tate Modern, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, La Triennale di Milano, Zacheta Warsaw, Foksal Gallery Warsaw and upcoming show at Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen. Agassi is a cofounder of the nonprofit organization Fieldwork Collaborative Projects and a 2019 Graham Foundation Fellow, Pola Magnetyczne, Warsaw. She is represented by Dvir Gallery and Pola Magnetyczne, Warsaw.

The event is open from Wednesday 3rd Nov - Sunday 7th November

11am-6pm daily

(Thurs closed from 5pm)

Bargehouse is partially accessible. The venue has two disabled toilets and a STANNAH stair-lift which provides access for wheelchair users to the first and second floors only. The stair-lift is for standard manual wheelchairs and cannot be used with motorised chairs or scooters.

Talks will be held on the third floor with no disabled access.

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