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This presentation by Emma Talbot was part of the 'Art, Autobiography, Memoir' symposium at Central Saint Martins, 13 February 2014. The symposium was a programme within the Intimacy Unguarded research project. More information on the symposium and an audio recording of the presentation can be found on the events page: http://blogs.arts.ac.uk/csm/2014/02/13/intimacy-unguarded/

Emma Talbot is an artist, based in London. She teaches on the BAFA here at CSM. Emma's recent shows include Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, The John Moores Painting Prize, Drawing Now, Paris, Gallery Kussneers, Antwerp. Her work will appear in two forthcoming books by Thames and Hudson: '100 Painters of Tomorrow' and 'Drawing People'. She has work in the Saatchi Collection and David Roberts Collection.

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This presentation by Emma Talbot was part of the 'Art, Autobiography, Memoir' symposium at Central Saint Martins, 13 February 2014. The symposium was a programme within the Intimacy Unguarded research project. More information on the symposium and an audio recording of the presentation can be found on the events page: http://blogs.arts.ac.uk/csm/2014/02/13/intimacy-unguarded/ Emma Talbot is an artist, based in London. She teaches on the BAFA here at CSM. Emma's recent shows include Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, The John Moores Painting Prize, Drawing Now, Paris, Gallery Kussneers, Antwerp. Her work will appear in two forthcoming books by Thames and Hudson: '100 Painters of Tomorrow' and 'Drawing People'. She has work in the Saatchi Collection and David Roberts Collection.

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