Meet artist Michael Craig-Martin at the Serpentine for a book signing focused on four of the artist's recent books, all of which will be available to purchase on the day. Presented in collaboration with Koenig Books
On the occasion of his exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery, Transience, artist Michael Craig-Martin discusses his practice and transformations in design and technology with professor and author Richard Sennett and Serpentine Co-Director, Hans Ulrich Obrist.
As part of Camden Arts Centre's 50th Anniversary Lecture series, Michael Craig-Martin; artist, curator and Head of the Royal Academy Schools, Eliza Bonham-Carter; and curator and co-founder of Open School East, Anna Colin, discuss alternative education spaces alongside mainstream art school models.
As part of The Chatsworth Festival Art Out Loud, Michael Craig-Martin talks about his two new books, his 2014 exhibition at Chatsworth, and his digital portrait of Lady Burlington, as she reflects on her experience as a sitter.
This conversation reflects on the changing nature of arts education in recent decades, its impact on artists’ practices, and what its future may hold. The panel includes artist Michael Craig-Martin, his former student, artist Fiona Rae and Richard Noble, Head of Department of Art, Goldsmiths.
Michael Craig-Martin joins Tim Marlow at the Royal Academy of Arts on 12 June to reflect on his career and discuss some of the ideas and events that have shaped his achievements as an artist and teacher.
Michael Craig-Martin’s first book of collected writings is part reminiscence, part personal manifesto, part anecdote and advice for the aspiring artist. Published by ART/BOOKS, it is available to pre-order now.