To mark the publication of Shaping the World, I’ll be taking part in an online discussion with the art historian and critic Michael Prodger at 6pm on the 19th of November 2020.
Tickets can be booked via the Artscapades website here.
You can register for the event here on the Hay website!
As his book of conversations with David Hockney RA is published, critic Martin Gayford discusses art – and the art of interviewing artists – with Sam Phillips, editor of RA Magazine.
Read more about the event and book tickets here.
In the final talk of the series, I describe my encounters with the pianist Jimmy Rowles.
In the fourth talk of the series, I recall two meetings with the saxophonist Sonny Rollins.
In the third talk of the series, I remember the legendary cornettist Ruby Braff.
In the second talk of the series, I remember the British pianist Marian McPartland, who spend six decades at the heart of the New York jazz scene.
In the first of a series of talks for BBC Radio 3, I recall memories of the trumpeter Doc Cheatham.
A conversation with Freud’s assistant and photographer, David Dawson, and art critic Dr Richard Cork about the experience of sitting for Lucian Freud at the Royal Academy on 10th September 2010.
Listen to the RA Podcast of the conversation – c. 1 hour
I appeared on the BBC’s The One Show with Gyles Brandreth talking about John Constable and the effect his love affair with Maria had on his work.
This was due to my specialist interest in the subject as explored in my book ‘Constable in Love‘.
Here’s a clip from the show…