Anyone captivated by Tracey Emin’s current exhibition, A Fortnight of Tears at White Cube will be interested in a new series of events surrounding the show. The first is a film night on Tuesday 2 April (6.30-8pm), where the artist will be introducing a selection of her films spanning 20 years, including the rarely shown Finding Gold (1996), Burning Up (1997) and No Love You’re Not Alone (2010). Tickets are free but you need to RSVP to secure a space by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
After the film screenings, the exhibition will be open late (8-9.30pm). This is to co-incide with the launch of the exhibition catalogue, A Fortnight of Tears that features essays by Rudi Fuchs and Jonathan Jones. Emin will be signing copies of the book at the gallery. Entry is free and you can visit the Exhibition Late even if you don’t attend the film screenings beforehand, book here.
And secondly, Emin will be recording an Intelligence Squared podcast with BBC special correspondent Razia Iqbal in front of a live audience on Sunday 7 April at 1pm. The conversation, ‘How I Found My Voice’ will form part of the podcast festival, Podast Live: Politics at Friends House on the Euston Road, a whole day of lively Brexit debate and political commentary. Tickets cost £12, book here.