Emma Talbot in Conversation with Jacqui McIntosh

Emma TalbotClimbing out of rocks, 2018
Watercolour, gouache and acrylic on khadi paper 30cm x 42cm



​Drawing Room is pleased to offer the opportunity to see From the Inside Out artist Emma Talbot in conversation with exhibition co-curator Jacqui McIntosh.

Join Drawing Room for an informal tour of the exhibition From the Inside Out, accompanied by exhibiting artist Emma Talbot in conversation with exhibition co-curator Jacqui McIntosh. 

Emma Talbot's work explores an interior psychological space. Largely known for her use of a highly stylised figure motif to describe the self, Emma Talbot's work articulates personal narratives as visual thoughts of her own experience, memory and psychological projections. Her drawings, made in watercolour, pencil and ink on paper or silk, often incorporate her own writing and other sources that describe her sense of the world. 

This event is free, but booking is recommended to guarantee a place.

Emma Talbot (b. 1969, Worcestershire) lives and works in London. She studied at Birmingham Institute of Art & Design and the Royal College of Art. Emma Talbot is a Senior Lecturer at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. Recent exhibitions include: Nicolas Krupp Basel; Caustic Coastal, Salford, Manchester; Woman-Bird-Snake, Galerie Onrust Amsterdam, 2018. Open Thoughts, Neuer Aachener  Kunstverein, Germany;  The World Blown Apart, Galerie Onrust, Amsterdam; Stained With Marks Of Love, Arcadia Missa, New York, 2017; Time After Time, Petra Rinck Galerie, Düsseldorf, Germany; Entrance and Exits, Gallery 22, Bristol; Unravel These Knots, Freud Museum, London, 2016; Step Inside Love, domobaal, London; Memories Turn to Dusk, Petra Rinck Galerie, Düsseldorf, Germany, 2015. Selected group exhibitions include: John Moores Painting Prize, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool; Journeys Through The Wasteland, Turner Contemporary, Margate; Solitary Pleasures, Freud Museum, London; Rumpy Bees and Pumpy Blooms, Klosterpresse, Frankfurt; Virginia Woolf, Tate St Ives touring to Pallant House Gallery, Chichester and Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge in 2018.