Tam Joseph in conversation with Dr Anjalie Dalal-Clayton
Tam Joseph and Dr Anjalie Dalal-Clayton
As an artist, Tam Joseph has always refused to be pinned down to any one style or approach and his career has taken him in many different directions, reflecting his boundless imagination, independent spirit, and lifelong creativity. He discusses his 40+ years career with art historian Dr Anjalie Dalal-Clayton. The discussion will begin with a presentation by Dalal-Clayton about the different ways we can understand Joseph’s work in relation to art’s histories.
About Tam Joseph
Tam Joseph lives and works in London. His work has been exhibited internationally and is represented in many public collections including Wolverhampton Art Gallery, the Arts Council Collection, Tate, and V&A.
About Anjalie Dalal-Clayton
Dr Anjalie Dalal-Clayton is an art historian, focusing on British artists of African and Asian descent. She is based at University of the Arts London’s Decolonising Arts Institute, where her research focuses on collecting, interpretation and display practices in public museums and heritage organisations.
A new book, Tam Joseph: I Know What I See, is the first major publication to provide an extensive survey of his work. Tam will be available to sign copies after the event.
Date: Sunday 4th February
Venue: Wolverhampton Art Gallery