Tate Masterclass: Life Drawing with Eileen Hogan

Tate Masterclass: Life Drawing with Eileen Hogan

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As part of 'Reception, Rupture and Return: The Model and the Life Room', Tate invited five well-known artists to teach a Life Drawing Masterclass, each from his or her own unique perspective. Eileen Hogan was one of the invited artists.

In both her teaching and her painting, Eileen Hogan considers the way that stories underlie how we see. Since her extensive training at Camberwell School of Art, the Royal Academy, and the Royal College of Art, she has explored the complicated intersection of practice and pedagogy. While exhibiting widely, she also holds a Research Professorship at the University of the Arts.

Reception, Rupture and Return: The Model and the Life Room 
Tate Britain, 26 May 2014 – 19 April 2015 
This display examines the role of the life model for the artist (and vice versa), the evolution and disruption of the life room, and the changing status of life drawing from the 19th to the 21st centuries. It examines both conservative and innovative practice (with an emphasis on the latter) with unique perspectives from the archives of three artists’ models.

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