Terry Smith and Calum Storrie

Thursday 20 June, 2013
6:30pm, $0

Drawing Center
35 Wooster Street

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Terry Smith will be joined in conversation by Calum Storrie, an architect who specializes in the design of exhibitions and museum interiors. Storrie collaborated with Smith on Capital, the artist’s semi-official wall cutting at the British Museum in 1995.

Born in 1956, Terry Smith studied at Goldsmiths College and came to artistic maturity during the rise of the Young British Artists movement in London. Aside from public projects like those at Tate Modern and the British Museum, his work has been the subject of numerous solo and group exhibitions in England and abroad, including the 2011, 2009, and 2007 Venice Biennials. His work has been reviewed in Frieze, Art Monthly, and Art in America, among many other publications.

Calum Storrie is an architect who specializes in the design of exhibitions and museum interiors. He has designed exhibitions for a number of Britain’s national museums and galleries including the Royal Academy, the National Portrait Gallery, the National Gallery, The Courtauld Gallery and the British Museum. In addition he has worked with the Wellcome Collection on a series of exhibitions and he continues to design for smaller public and private galleries. He has worked with artists such as David Hockney, Maurizio Cattelan, Gregor Schneider and Frank Auerbach in planning the exhibitions of their work. He has initiated and facilitated installations for Richard Wentworth, Terry Smith, Neil Cummings and Fred Wilson. His book ‘The Delirious Museum’ was published by I. B. Tauris in 2006.


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