Adrian Clark & Jeremy Dronfield
Adrian Clark is an independent art historian who writes about 20th century British and Irish art. He has published a book and numerous articles and reviews on the subject and recently co-authored the catalogue for a show of The Roberts at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. He is currently collaborating with the ICA with regard to their celebration of Francis Bacon's first ever retrospective, organised by Watson at the ICA in 1955. Jeremy Dronfield is a novelist and historical biographer, 'a gifted, original writer' (Sunday Telegraph). Among his many books are a biography of the Russian spy Moura Budberg and the critically acclaimed novel The Alchemist's Apprentice, described as a 'captivating metaphysical mystery and an otherworldly love story' by the Sunday Times.