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One day conference: landscape and eschatology

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START DATE 13 January 2012
START TIME 12:00am
END DATE 13 January 2012
END TIME 12:00am

This free one day conference at the Tate Britain brings together high profile artists and researchers to discuss the lasting cultural legacies of John Martin’s landscapes, and the relevance of themes of apocalypse both in Martin’s time and today.

Eschatology is the study of the apocalypse. This free one day conference organised by Joy Sleeman, UCL and John Timberlake, University of Middlesex with the Tate Research Centre: British Romantic Art brings together a range of high profile artists and researchers to discuss the lasting cultural legacies of John Martin’s landscapes, and the relevance of themes of apocalypse both in Martin’s time and today.

Time: 10am-5:15pm

Location: Clore Auditorium, Tate Britain

Further information: This event is free but booking is required. Please book your tickets by calling 020 7887 8888.

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