The Big Read: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

The Ancient Mariner Big Read provides a platform that supports artists in their endeavour to retell and interpret powerful stories, and it stands as an artwork in its own right precisely because of the richness and quality of the contributions. Importantly, the Big Read is free for everyone to experience. Please feel free if you wish to share with your networks the attached animated announcement. We have had 1.5 million guests over the last forty days but now the voyage really begins. Glenn Brown contributed an artwork to the project.



Glenn Brown talk with Albert Oehlen, Gagosian Gallery, London, 5 Feb.



Glenn Brown talk: Influences and Transformation at the College de France, Paris, 31 Oct.



Lecture at Emily Carr University on the occasion of the show at Rennie Collection, Vancouver, Canada, 24 Oct.

(Go to page 3, the last image of exhibition)



CultureCritic interviews Glenn Brown on the occasion of his participation in the SNAP Festival of Art, Suffolk.



Michael Stubbs, Glenn Brown and Keith Tyson in conversation.



Ludwig Museum, Budapest, opening ceremony speeches. Speeches by Tate Director Christoph Grunenberg and Ludwig Museum Director Barnabas Bencsik, held February 5.


IN VIVA MORTE MORTA VITA VIVO (into alive death dead life I live)



Tate Liverpool Glenn Brown Retrospective exhibition website.


TateShots: Glenn Brown. Tate curator Laurence Sillars in conversation with John Myatt, a renowned forger, touring the Tate exhibition.


Glenn Brown in conversation with Michael Bracewell, held May 5.


Royal Academy Schools Annual Lecture, held 4 November. Glenn Brown was invited to deliver the annual David Lean Foundation Lecture.,113,MA.html


Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, tour of the exhibition, June.





Glenn Brown Facebook Page – updated cv, bibliography and list of online resources, updated  albums of exhibition and work images


Gagosian Gallery Artist Page


Patrick Painter Artist Page


Galerie Max Hetzler Artist Page


Glenn Brown Wikipedia page