Curator’s Walk & Talk
Bomberg established himself on the London Art Scene in the 1910s as one of the most original and promising representatives of the British Avant Garde. He returned from the carnage of the First World War seeking to realise a new vision in paint, turning to landscape throughout the 1920s and 30s. Later Bomberg’s teaching inspired a generation of young artists who inherited his worldview and developed his aesthetic yet he died in poverty, his work neglected and forgotten.
Join Tom Laver, Assistant Curator of David Bomberg: A Sense of Place, for a biographical tour exploring the development of Bomberg’s style across the key moments of his life and career.