Edwardian scholars may be interested in the following event, which ties in with the excellent Munch exhibition currently showing at Tate Modern.
On the occasion of Tate’s exhibition Edvard Munch: The Modern Eye this symposium will explore what made Munch such a quintessentially modern artist. Curators, art-historians, Munch experts and contemporary artists talk about different aspects of his practice and its significance today, from painting, film and photography to self-representation and the nature of the gaze.
Speakers include Angela Lampe, Clément Chéroux, Patricia Berman, Mai Britt Guleng, Sue Prideaux and Tracey Emin. See here for more details.