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Michael Bracewell

Michael Bracewell is a writer, novelist, cultural commentator, and 2007 Turner Prize judge.

Michael will be talking about the upcoming Gilbert and George major retrospective exhibition at Tate Modern, and the new works specifically created for the show.

Michael Bracewell writes about contemporary art for Frieze, and has written exhibition catalogues for contemporary artists including Sam Taylor-Wood, Ian Davenport, and Gilbert & George. Michael has written and presented two documentaries for BBC television, a profile of Oscar Wilde and a film about architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner's guide to Surrey. His most recent books are The Nineties: When Surface was Depth, and Roxyism, a new book about the art rock group Roxy Music.

‘Talks on Art’ is part of Storey Gallery INSIDE OUT, a series of projects that will take place outside the gallery during the refurbishment of the whole building.

Date: 20 March 2007