Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Tom Phillips at the Oxfordshire Museum


A Common Reader: Fifty Years of Textual Intercourse.
In his fifty year career as an artist, writer, composer, translator, collector and curator Tom Phillips’s love of language and music have consistently inspired the themes and motifs of his work. This exhibition, a personal selection made by the artist from his own studio, explores his working processes and the marriage of text and image in his work from the 1960’s up to the present.
The exhibition opens on Saturday 24th October and there will be a private view on Saturday 7th November between 12 -2pm. All welcome.
Museum hours are Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 2pm - 5pm Admission is free
Oxfordshire Museum, Park Street, Woodstock. 01993 811456

1 comment:

The Hat said...

Fantastic exhibition as always. Hadn't seen the Humument Ulysses before - brilliant. I first discovered your work through the TV Dante in the 80s. I don't normally gush like this.