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Perspective Tour With Anthony Manrique

  • Free
  • Gallery tour
  • British Sign Language
Three people standing in a gallery space around a large art installation. The installation resembles a black udder-like sculptural form, suspended from the ceiling.
Ohne Titel (Untitled), Julia Bornefeld, 1995. Gallery Photo: Steven Pocock. © The artist and ARTantide Gallery, Verona; Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Innsbruck/ Wien.

What you’ll do

Join Anthony Manrique for a tour of our exhibition ‘Milk’. Anthony will explore some of the exhibition’s objects and themes, and discuss subjects including animal death and far-right extremism. Anthony will also share their personal experiences as a person of colour working at a small dairy in west Wales.



Need to know


We’ll meet at the Information Point, which is on level 0, directly in front of you as you enter Wellcome Collection.

British Sign Language

This event will have British Sign Language interpretation.

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About your guide

Anthony Manrique

Anthony Manrique lives on a small, mixed farm in west Wales, where they were a farmhand for a high-welfare, calf-at-foot microdairy for a number of years. As a person of colour – and having never liked milk – they were something of an anomaly in the dairy industry, which they joined to be close to the land and to care for the cows.