Creative Chain Reactions

Creative Chain Reactions
Henry Lambert
  • 7 november 2006

This event in London examines how great advertising can spawn a chain reaction of other advertising; whether through inspiration or pastiche.

On Monday 13 November at the Tate Modern Anson Harris of Meme London will be discussing the conventions of homage, borrowing and referencing in contemporary British art and advertising. Joining Anson Harris will be Joan Gibbons, the author of Art and Advertising.

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