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Drawing the Line: Art and Cultural Identity in Contemporary Latin America
Recent international interest in the painters of the Mexican mural movement, such as Rivera and Orozco, has brought Latin American art to a wider audience than ever before but has often failed toExpand
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‘Her Dress Hangs Here’: De-Frocking the Kahlo Cult
The 1990s have witnessed a shift in the art establishment's attitudes towards art produced outside of its traditional parameters. The work of previously marginalised artists has become an area ofExpand
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Sinai Byzantium Russia : orthodox art from the sixth to the twentieth century
This text offers a comprehensive catalogue of Orthodox art: treasures and masterpieces rarely seen in the West. They are drawn from the Monastery of Saint Catherine at Mount Sinai, the oldestExpand
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The Currency of Art: a collaboration between the Baring Archive and the Graduate School of CCW.
This publication arises from a collaborative project undertaken by The Baring Archive and the Graduate School of CCW (Camberwell College of Arts, Chelsea College of Art and Design and WimbledonExpand
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Fred Boissonnas: The Sinai Expeditions 1929-1933
In 1933 Frederic Boissonnas (1858-1946) embarked on a photographic expedition to Sinai, following the route of the Israelites as recorded in the book of Exodus and photographing the traditionalExpand
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Into the Archive. Re-Viewing Kubrick
Published in the conference proceedings of the Hyundai Cultural Project 19 - Stanley Kubrick Symposium
TrAIN open lecture: Flavio de Carvalho and his ‘city for the naked man’
The TrAIN Open series is a forum for invited speakers to present exhibition, publication, and research projects in the form of lectures, discussions and screenings. Taking place at fortnightlyExpand