By Helen Oakden
23rd June 2021 6pm
With the Tate Britain’s exhibition dedicated to Paula Rego scheduled for this summer, now is the time to learn about this extraordinary Portuguese artist. Rego’s confusing and confrontational paintings mix fairy stories with the socio-political context of her family and her homeland. Helen Oakden will talk about Rego’s life, the history of Salazar’s rule in Portugal, and delve into detail into the works that you will be able to enjoy in the Tate’s exhibition, as well as some other important works by the artist including the mural in the National Gallery’s Sainsbury Wing café.
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