Emma Hill on Artists’ Books - Saturday 12 May

Drawing Projects UK is delighted to present this Drawing Discussion event in association with the exhibition From the Ground - Mandy Bonnell & James Brooks. Emma Hill is Director of Eagle Gallery in London and established the EMH Arts imprint in 1990. The discussion will explore the role of artists' book and the relationship to drawing, with a number of publications by EMH Arts imprint available to view during the event.

Emma Hill established the Eagle Gallery, in 1991, to promote the work of contemporary artists through exhibitions, artist/writer collaborations and off-site installations. Recognised as one of London’s first alternative art spaces, the Gallery’s clients range from first-time collectors to major museums.

The Gallery’s EMH Arts imprint is recognised internationally for the quality of their artists’ books, and over the last 25 years has commissioned established and emerging artists to work with writers including Mel Gooding, Andrew Renton, Antony Rudolf and Judith Thurman. EMH Arts publications are held in many major collections and have been exhibited in museum shows in China, Europe, Japan and the USA.

Emma Hill attained an MA in English Language and Literature from Oxford University and writes for publications including the RA Magazine and Print Quarterly. In addition to her Directorship of the Eagle Gallery she works on occasion as a freelance curator and teacher.

More information on Eagle Gallery and EMH Arts can be found here.

Please book here to reserve a place.