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REBECCA SALTER in conversation with ROSI WARE Apr 7, 2021 6pm
sponsored by Key West Fine Wines & Camp Northwest Hill
REBECCA SALTER is the first female President of the Royal Academy of Arts in London since the Academy was founded in 1768. She studied at Bristol Polytechnic and at the Kyoto City University of the Arts in Japan where she lived for six years studying traditional Japanese woodblock printing. She has written two books on the subject. Her interest in printmaking is combined with her main practice in painting. Salter had a major retrospective into the light of things at the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT in 2011 and was an artist in residence in 2003 & 2011 at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, CT. Architectural commissions include 15 Sackville Street, London W1, and St George’s Hospital in Tooting. Her work appears in private & public collections including the Tate, British Museum, Yale Center for British Art & Yale University Art Gallery. She was elected a Royal Academician in December 2014 and, in June 2017, was elected as the Keeper of the Royal Academy. On 10th December 2019, she was elected the 27th President of the Royal Academy of Arts.