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see film and TV retrospective
All exhibitions are free.
John Berger: a Telling Eye
- Visual Collaborations with Jean Mohr, John Christie and Maggi Hambling.
5 April-28 May, Mon-Sat, 10am-11pm. Lyttelton Circle Foyer Gallery,
National Theatre, South Bank, SE1. 020 7452 3400; www.nationaltheatre.org.uk
Presentations of A Seventh Man, I Send You This Cadmium Red, Pages
of the Wound and drawings by Maggi Hambling.
Mein Vater und Ich
12 April-12 May, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. Austrian Cultural Forum London,
28 Rutland Gate, SW7. 020 7584 8653; www.austria.org.uk/culture
Photographs documenting the experiences of a (Turkish) Kurdish guestworker
in Vienna, and the relationship between a father and son. By Mehmet
John Berger: Portraits by
14 April-18 May, Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm. City University, School of
Social Sciences, St John St., near Angel. For info: 020 8510 9786.
Photographs drawn from over four decades of friendship.
5-21 May, Mon-Fri 10.00am-5.30; Wed: to 7.00; Sat: 11.00am-5pm.
Purdy Hicks Gallery, 65 Hopton St, Bankside, SE1. 020 7401 9229.
An exhibition of photography, drawings and text exploring the work of
Giacometti, by John Berger, photographer Marc Trivier and artist Yves
Ways of Seeing Revisited
from 7 May, daily, 10.00am-5.50pm. Tate Britain, Millbank, SW1.
020 7887 8000; www.tate.org.uk
An exhibition of archive material surrounding the hugely influential
book and television series by John Berger and Mike Dibb, with regular
screenings of the four part series.