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Monthly Archives for June 2013


The Art of Collecting: Questioning Status and Practices

Friday, 21 June, 2013 by Megan N. Liberty

In this workshop, held on Thursday 13 June, Courtauld students Agathe Jacquemet and Amélie Timmermans set out to explore why and how people and organizations collect art. The afternoon began with a short video of three different collectors discussing why … Continue reading

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Light, Colour and Veils

Thursday, 13 June, 2013 by James Alexander Cameron

Some conferences, such as last month’s Beyond the Western Mediterranean, set out to break new ground, but some are held just to celebrate and inspire. This was the mood for the day-long event at The Courtauld in honour of retiring … Continue reading

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Patterns of Dissent: Contemporaneity in South Asian Art–Subodh Gupta & The Routes of Success

Monday, 10 June, 2013 by Ashitha Nagesh

Being familiar with Subodh Gupta’s large-scale sculptural installations, it was surprising to hear him speak at The Courtauld on 21 May– for his particularly modest, humble manner of approaching his own artworks and practice was somewhat unexpected in light of … Continue reading

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Medieval Work in Progress: Dr Robert Mills on Medieval Art and the Question of the Animal

Wednesday, 5 June, 2013 by Ashitha Nagesh

Although given a rather moderate-sounding title, as soon as Dr Mills started speaking about the bestialisation of the human in the context of medieval torture and martyrdom images, the seminar on the 22nd of May, “Medieval Art and the Question … Continue reading

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