Tate Britain presents Queer British Art and Identity

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Sunday Papers Live : Culture Section

Clare Barlow, curator at Tate Britain will be joined by performer Tim Redfern, artist Nick Hornby and activist Paris Lees to discuss the diverse connections between sexuality, gender identity and art to uncover a past which is richer and stranger than you might think.

Clare Barlow is curating the exhibition ‘Queer British Art, 1861-1967’ at Tate Britain (until 1 October 2017) where she is Assistant Curator, British Art 1750-1830. Clare grew up in the 1980s and came out as lesbian at the age of 25. She completed her PhD at King’s College London and worked at the National Portrait Gallery before joining Tate Britain. Her research focuses on art, gender and sexuality and she has appeared in arts documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4.