Book Reading and in conversation with artist Julie Umerle and critic Anna McNay24/08/2016
Anna McNay will be hosting a ‘Book Reading and In Conversation’ event at Art Bermondsey Project Space on the afternoon of Saturday 3 September, from 2 – 4 pm, on the occasion of Julie Umerle‘s solo exhibition of paintings ‘Rewind‘.
Julie Umerle will be reading passages from the manuscript of ‘Art, Life and Everything’, her unpublished memoir edited by Anna McNay.
AICA members are warmly invited.
About Julie Umerle:
Julie Umerle is an American-born abstract painter who lives and works in London and has exhibited in the UK and internationally. Umerle creates works that investigate the relationship between materials and the perception of the image. Her investigation focuses on the balance between precision and chance, exploring the materiality of paint and the processes of abstract painting.
About Anna McNay:
Anna McNay is a freelance art writer and editor. She is Deputy Editor at State Media and former Arts Editor at DIVA magazine. She contributes regularly to Studio International, Photomonitor and The Mail on Sunday and has been widely published in a variety of other print and online art and photography journals and newspapers. She has written numerous catalogue essays.
The event is free and open to the public but seating is limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
A catalogue will be available with an essay by Anna McNay and excerpts from Julie Umerle’s autobiography.
This exhibition was made possible thanks to a Grants for the Arts award from Arts Council England.