Sue Hubbard is a poet, novelist, art critic and lecturer and is a regular contributor to The Independent and The New Statesman where she writes on contemporary art. She has written widely, including for The Independent on Sunday, Art Review, Contemporary, Tate, Third Text and The RA Magazine. She has also written catalogue essays on many leading artists.
Twice winner of the London Writers competition Hubbard was the Poetry Society's first-ever Public Art Poet, and in 2006 she was awarded a major Arts Council Literary Award. She has published several collections of poems, including Everything Begins with the Skin and Ghost Station. Her latest collection of short stories is Rothko's Red and Other Stories. Depth of Field, her first novel, was published in 2000. John Berger called it a "remarkable first novel."
May 11, 2011TALK: Mat Collishaw and Sue Hubbard at the ICA
Feed your mind with free lunchtime talks for the culturally curious. Join the ICA for a series of lively lunch hour events with key figures from London’s contemporary arts scene. Bring your lunch, sit back and do something different with your lunch break.
Culture Now: Mat Collishaw and Sue Hubbard
1.15pm Friday 13th May
Free, booking required
Mat Collishaw joins the ICA for this special lunch time talk with writer Sue Hubbard to discuss the changing shape and new directions of culture in the 21st century.
January 26, 2011TALK: Sue Hubbard's Adventures in Art
Adventures in Art: Selected Writings 1990 - 2010
Thursday 27th January 2011
The Wapping Project
Talk commences at 7.30. Tickets are £5.
January 21, 2011TONIGHT: Sue Hubbard discusses Eurydice on BBC Radio 3
Sue Hubbard will be on BBC Radio 3′s literary show The Verb this evening at 21.15pm to discuss the restoration of her poem Eurydice displayed in the tunnel at Waterloo after a successful Facebook campaign.