Talk: On Motherhood

Lisa Baraitser & Catherine McCormack | 12 February | Richard Saltoun Gallery

Kirsten Justesen's 'Circumstances' (1972). Image courtesy of Richard Saltoun Gallery

Please join ArtReview and Richard Saltoun Gallery for a conversation between Lisa Baraitser & Catherine McCormack from 6.30 p.m. on 12 February. The talk on public and political representations of motherhood takes place at Richard Saltoun Gallery, and complements the current exhibition, Maternality.

LISA BARAITSER is Professor in Psychosocial Theory at Birkbeck, University of London and a practicing psychotherapist. She is the author of Maternal Encounters: The Ethics of Interruption (2009) and Enduring Time (2017), among other books, and co-editor of the journal Studies in the Maternal

CATHERINE McCORMACK is curator of Matrescence and Maternality, a two-part exhibition exploring maternal experience. She is the author of Women in the Picture (forthcoming with Seal Press) and a lecturer at Sotheby’s Institute of Art

The talk is part of 100% Women, a year-long programme at Richard Saltoun dedicated to historically under-recognised female artists

Wednesday 12 February | 6.30 pm | 41 Dover St, Mayfair, London W1S 4NS

RSVP is essential at rsvp@artreview.com