Emma Park

Emma Park, UK (senior writer)
Emma Park studied Classics at Oxford University, with a DPhil thesis on Plato and the Roman philosopher, Lucretius. She has since worked as a classics lecturer, school teacher, and pupil barrister. More recently, she undertook an Editorial Internship at the Spectator magazine. She has written reviews and articles for the Spectator and Apollo, the international art magazine, as well as other publications, including Maritime Risk International and the Oxonian Review. She is currently working as a freelance writer in London, where she also teaches writing at City Lit. Website: dremmapark.com, Twitter: @DrEmmaPark

Articles (4)

Concepts into Clay: William Cobbing, Haptic Loop, Cooke Latham Gallery
Article date: Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Concepts into Clay: William Cobbing, Haptic Loop, Cooke Latham Gallery

The Cooke Latham Gallery in Battersea, south London, opened last December as a new venue for emerging and mid-career artists. It is currently showing its second exhibition: Haptic Loop, by William Cobbing, a British sculptor and multi-media artist (including in video, installation art and performance) who trained in London and Amsterdam. ArtDependence spoke to the gallerists, business partners Clemency Cooke and Charlotte Latham, at the venue, and to the artist via email.

Zhou Li, Original State of Mind, at White Cube Bermondsey, London
Article date: Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Zhou Li, Original State of Mind, at White Cube Bermondsey, London

White Cube Bermondsey is hosting a solo exhibition of the Chinese abstract artist Zhou Li, running until 30th June. Nine paintings are on display from three of her 2018 series: The Peach Garden, Wind and Thunder, and Blue. ArtDependence spoke to Professor Zhou at the gallery.

Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum
Article date: Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum

The British Museum is currently showing the largest collection of the prints of Edvard Munch (1863-1944) to have been exhibited in the UK for 45 years. These include a black-and-white lithograph of The Scream made in 1895, on loan from a private collection in Norway, and a total of 83 prints, sketches and paintings, which together provide a thought-provoking introduction to Munch’s character and Bohemian lifestyle. The exhibition has been organised by Giulia Bartrum, Curator of German and Swiss prints and drawings at the BM, in collaboration with the Munch Museum, Oslo.

‘The Renaissance Nude’ in the Royal Academy of Arts, London
Article date: Thursday, March 21, 2019

‘The Renaissance Nude’ in the Royal Academy of Arts, London

London’s Royal Academy of Arts has just opened a splendid new exhibition on ‘The Renaissance Nude’, charting depictions of the naked body in Europe from 1400-1530 in a range of different media media, from painting to sculpture, from engravings to illuminated manuscripts. Highlights include Titian’s Venus Anadyomene, from the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, and Bronzino’s St Sebastian, from the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid.

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