Owen Logan, participating artist in our ‘Another Country’ exhibition, author, and Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen, will speak about the origins of fascism in the 1930s, and its seductive power in politics and the arts internationally. Logan argues that the spirit of fascism survived humiliating military defeat in 1945, and that the threat of fascism, within democracy, and by consent, now poses specific challenges to egalitarian politics, as it does to orthodox thinking about culture and the value of the arts.

 

Free event

Following in Italian Footsteps