Short Courses at The Courtauld

Saturday Study – Peter Doig: New and Recent Works – In Context

Online and on campus

A portrait of the artist Peter Doig in his studio i Portrait of Peter Doig © Fergus Carmichael, The Courtauld

Due to wide-spread rail strikes, this event has been moved to Saturday 25 March 2023

On campus at Vernon Square £40 (£30 concessions)
10.30 registration and coffee; 11-1.15pm Lecture Theatre 2, Vernon Square
Online as a recording £10 (£5 concessions). Booking for online access remains open until the end of the exhibition (29 May). The lecture recordings will be sent on Tuesday 28 March, or within five days for those booking after the 28th, and will be accessible for 8 days. NB. The Short Courses office will be closed for the Easter holiday from 6 to 11 April, and recordings cannot be made available during this time.

Our Saturday Study event accompanies The Courtauld Gallery’s exhibition of recent and new paintings and prints by Peter Doig (10 February – 29 May 2023). One of the most renowned British contemporary figurative artists, Doig lived and worked in Trinidad since 2000 before re-establishing himself in London in 2021. Our lecturers will set Doig into the wider context of post WWII British figurative painting before exploring his working practices and the themes of his large-scale expressive landscapes and figure paintings of Canadian and Trinidadian subjects, and of the recent experience of cultural relocation.

With exhibition curator Dr Barnaby Wright, independent curator and art historian Catherine Lampert and Dr Catherine Howe, Research Officer at Zaha Hadid Foundation. Moderator: Dr Anne Puetz (The Courtauld)

Booking required.

The event fee for on-campus attendance includes refreshments and one free admission to The Gallery’s permanent collection and The Morgan Stanley Exhibition: Peter Doig valid until 29 May.