July 16, 2022
In Conversation with Jennifer Higgie
We are delighted to welcome acclaimed writer and critic Jennifer Higgie for a talk and discussion touching upon ideas in her forthcoming publication, “The Other Side: Women, Art and the Spirit World” – a book about the rise of 19th century spiritualism, its impact on women’s creative agency and impact on modernism. She will also touch upon her celebrated book “The Mirror and the Palette: Rebellion, Revolution and Resilience: 500 Years of Women’s Self-Portraits”, released in 2021.
As editor/reviews editor of Frieze Magazine for over twenty years, Higgie has contributed and shaped the wider discourse around contemporary art. Having written countless features and reviews on art, including film, dance, and performance, she brings a remarkable history and knowledge to Monteverdi for this wonderful event.
About the artist
Jennifer Higgie was Frieze Magazine reviews editor from 1998-2003; co-editor until 2017; Frieze Editorial Director from 2017-19 and Editor-at-Large until 2021. She is the presenter of Bow Down, a podcast about women in art history; the author and illustrator of the children’s book There’s Not One; the editor of The Artist’s Joke; author of the novel Bedlam; and the writer of the feature film ‘I Really Hate My Job’.
About This Event:
Date: July 16, 2022
Price: Free and open to all.