Conversation 3 — Dulwich Picture Gallery — Soane in The Colour Palace
This is the audio from our live panel discussion at Dulwich Picture Gallery, where we were joined by the gallery's assistant curator, Helen Hillyard, and Neba Sere, founder of WUH Architecture and co-director of Black Females in Architecture. The discussion took place in the gallery's summer pavilion, the Colour Palace, which we strongly recommend going to visit.
The Dulwich Picture Gallery was designed by John Soane in the early 19th Century. In this panel we discuss Soane, polychromy, tombs, the architecture of cultural institutions, and the social context of the gallery.
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Thank you to everyone at the Dulwich Picture Gallery for making this event possible.
Edited by Matthew Lloyd Roberts.
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