Listen: Glenn Brown in conversation with Bice Curiger

Painter and Turner 2000 nominee, Glenn Brown talked to Bice Curiger, Curator of the Kunsthaus, Zürich

Glenn Brown creates highly detailed, virtuosic paintings that incisively appropriate famous works by masters from Fragonard and Rembrandt to Auerbach. Nominated for the Turner Prize in 2000, Brown has been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Serpentine Gallery, London, Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna and Tate Liverpool. 

Curator of the Kunsthaus Zürich and Editor-in-Chief of Parkett, Bice Curiger was also Visual Arts Directors of Venice Biennale 2011. She has recently curated 'Riotous Baroque - from Cattelan to Zurbaran', which juxtaposes contemporary art with old masters and will be shown next year at the Guggenheim, Bilbao.

Glenn Brown (artist, London)
Bice Curiger (Curator, Kunsthaus Zürich and Editor-in-Chief, Parkett)

Frieze Masters includes a programme of talks in which major artists, critics and curators discuss the relationships between contemporary and historical art. Frieze Masters Talks is programmed by Jennifer Higgie (co-editor frieze & editor Frieze Masters magazine) and Jasper Sharp (Adjunct Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna).

Frieze Masters Talks are supported by Gucci, Associate Sponsor of the fair and sponsor of the Talks this year.