Teachers’ Workshop

Eduardo Paolozzi

  • A detail from Eduardo Paolozzi, Wittgenstein in New York (from the series As is When), 1965. This is a screen-print on paper. The outline of two busts face each other in profile, their insides made up of machinery. The figure on the right is purple and blue while the one on the left is red and orange and tilts its head slightly upwards. Behind, skyscrapers emerge against a green backdrop.

    Eduardo Paolozzi, Wittgenstein in New York (from the series As is When), 1965 (detail) Courtesy Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art: GMA 4366 K © Trustees of the Paolozzi Foundation, licensed by DACS

Past Event


This event was on Thu 2 Mar 2017, 5-7pm
A detail from Eduardo Paolozzi, Wittgenstein in New York (from the series As is When), 1965. This is a screen-print on paper. The outline of two busts face each other in profile, their insides made up of machinery. The figure on the right is purple and blue while the one on the left is red and orange and tilts its head slightly upwards. Behind, skyscrapers emerge against a green backdrop.

Explore the work of Eduardo Paolozzi – from collage and printmaking to sculpture and architecture in this artist-led workshop for teachers.

Learn new skills and share techniques suitable for learning in the Gallery and classroom.

Free for teachers, booking required. Contact: education@whitechapelgallery.org

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