#LifeDeathWhatever @ Dulwich Picture Gallery

Gallery Lates: Death: A Portrait

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The many faces of death can be found within South London's Dulwich Picture Gallery.  From the Mausoleum where the founders of the Gallery are buried to commemorative portraits throughout the galleries.  

On the evening of Friday 3rd November, you're invited to explore our complex and contradictory attitudes to death through the paintings in the collection and the Gallery’s own architecture in this Gallery Late: Death: A Portrait.

As part of the Gallery Late, Life. Death. Whatever. will be taking over the beautiful Christ's Chapel to present a candlelit installation of inspiring and thought-provoking voices from around the world, sharing their experiences of death and dying, life and living.

The voices will be curated by funeral director Louise Winter and end-of-life doula Anna Lyons.  

Expect the unexpected.

The Coffin Playroom and Unsaid will be installed in the gallery.

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#LifeDeathWhatever @ Gallery Lates: Death: A Portrait
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Gallery Road
London
SE21 7AD

Friday 3rd November 2017
6 - 10pm
£12 standard entrance fee.  Please book tickets in advance here.

 

About Dulwich Picture Gallery

Dulwich Picture Gallery is the world’s first purpose-built public art gallery: it was founded in 1811 when Sir Francis Bourgeois RA bequeathed his collection of old masters “for the inspection of the public”.

Today the Gallery is a vibrant cultural hub hosting some of the UK’s leading exhibitions alongside its Permanent Collection of Baroque masterpieces while staging a wide-ranging programme of public eventspractical art and community engagement.

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