Free. Places are very limited. Booking is essential.
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Brian Griffin is one of Britain’s most influential portrait photographers. He achieved early recognition in the 1970s and 1980s, inventing a new photographic style known as Capitalist Realism. Join Brian for a special real-life tour of his autobiographical exhibition ‘Black Country Dada, 1969-1990’ in QUAD Gallery One, as he takes you through his working practices, techniques and inspirations – and also the stories behind many of the famous and signature works in the exhibition.
Following on from the tour Brian will be available to sign copies of his autobiography ‘Black Country Dada’, available to purchase in QUAD Gallery for the special exhibition price of £40.