Forthcoming events for Frances Spalding include a study session at Pallant House, Chichester, on Art Post War: From John Minton to the Impact of the Abstract Expressionists, on Wednesday 23 August 2017, 11am–1.30pm.
She will also be talking about the commissioning of Piper/Reyntiens glass for Coventry Cathedral and for the Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool, at In glass thy story: a symposium addressing over 70 years of innovation and iconography in the glass art of British and European churches and cathedrals, to be held at Robinson College, Cambridge, on the 8th and 9th September 2017.
On the 5th October 2017 she will be delivering a lecture on behalf of the Leeds Art Fund at Leeds City Art Gallery on What Painting taught Literature, and on 18th October 2017 she will be speaking at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, on Virginia Woolf and Roger Fry.
And in November 2017 she is travelling to Charleston, Carolina, to contribute to the Festival Two Charlestons – A Conversation about Traditions and Innovations.
This autumn Frances Spalding will also be acting as a judge for the New Light Prize Exhibition which recognises the strength, talent and skills to be found among artists in the North of England.
Some Recent Articles
- Victor Pasmore: Between Risk and Equilibrium, catalogue essay for Victor Pasmore exhibition, held Marlborough Gallery, London, 21 June to 29 July, 2017.
- Realism bites back, review of British Realism in the 1920s and 1930s, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, The Guardian, 30 June 2017
- Holy Ground, Recognising the spirituality of the capital, review of Visualising a Sacred City: London, art and religion, edited by Ben Quash, Aaron Rosen, Chloe Reddaway, Times Literary Supplement, 9 June 2017
- Review of David Jones: Engraver, Soldier, Poet, Painter, by Thomas Dilworth, Apollo, June 2017
- Beauty, emptiness, melancholia, review of Leonard Woolf’s ‘Growing’, Times Literary Supplement, 14 October 2016
- Why the most civilised of men felt like a fraud, review of James Stourton’s biography of Kenneth Clark, Standpoint, November 2016
- A Very British Modernist, review of the Paul Nash retrospective at Tate Britain, Standpoint, November 2016
- Legacy of a Sir-Realist, review of James King’s biography of Roland Penrose, Standpoint, July/August 2016
- Being private and going public, and the example of the Royal Collection, Editorial, The Burlington Magazine, August 2016
- Kunstmuseum Basel, New Building, Editorial. The Burlington Magazine, July 2016
- The Promise of Tate Modern, Editorial, The Burlington Magazine, June 2016
- Photography and Museums, Editorial, The Burlington Magazine, April 2016
- British Art and the Paul Mellon Centre, Editorial, The Burlington Magazine, January 2016
- Neil MacGregor and the British Museum, Editorial, The Burlington Magazine, December 2015
- Six of the Best Portraits of Writers, The Times, 19 July 2014
- Who Shot Virginia Woolf?, Daily Telegraph, 9 July 2014
- Kasimir Malevich: the man who liberated painting, The Guardian, 4 July 2014
- The Self-Portrait: a Cultural History, The Guardian, 27 March 2014
- How Van Gogh’s Sunflowers came into bloom, The Guardian, 17 January 2014
- Breakfast with Lucian Freud: A Portrait of the Artist by Geordie Grieg, The Guardian, 18 December 2013
- Barbara Hepworth and the Hospital Drawings, The Burlington Magazine, January 2013
- A portrait for modern times – the painter as thinker, review of Alex Danchev’s biography of Cézanne, The Independent, 27 October 2012
- Monument to a family fortune and a heroine’s erased life, review of Jenny Uglow’s The Pinecone, The Independent, 6 October 2012
- Contingency – Notes from the Field, The Art Bulletin, September, 2012
- John Cecil Stephenson: Pioneer of Modernism, The Burlington Magazine, May 2012