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Bringing context and critique to the cultural moment. Deep dives, reviews, and debate encouraged.
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Bringing context and critique to the cultural moment. Deep dives, reviews, and debate encouraged.
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Museums and gardens must become spaces that help us learn not only about biological life and human history, but also the colonialist and capitalist logic that still governs our _...Read More_
Museums and gardens must become spaces that help us learn not only about biological life and human history, but also the colonialist and capitalist logic that still governs our _...Read More_
Museums and gardens must become spaces that help us learn not only about biological life and human history, but also the colonialist and capitalist logic that still governs our _...Read More_
Museums and gardens must become spaces that help us learn not only about biological life and human history, but also the colonialist and capitalist logic that still governs our _...Read More_
Museums and gardens must become spaces that help us learn not only about biological life and human history, but also the colonialist and capitalist logic that still governs our _...Read More_
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"Ariella Aïsha Azoulay in a conversation with Ayesha Hameed and Astrid Schmetterling on how to recover the still present potentialities of the moment before imperial violence occurred and be with others, both living and dead, across time. _...Read More_
"Ariella Aïsha Azoulay in a conversation with Ayesha Hameed and Astrid Schmetterling on how to recover the still present potentialities of the moment before imperial violence occurred and be with others, both living and dead, across time. _...Read More_
"Ariella Aïsha Azoulay in a conversation with Ayesha Hameed and Astrid Schmetterling on how to recover the still present potentialities of the moment before imperial violence occurred and be with others, both living and dead, across time. _...Read More_
"Ariella Aïsha Azoulay in a conversation with Ayesha Hameed and Astrid Schmetterling on how to recover the still present potentialities of the moment before imperial violence occurred and be with others, both living and dead, across time. _...Read More_
"Ariella Aïsha Azoulay in a conversation with Ayesha Hameed and Astrid Schmetterling on how to recover the still present potentialities of the moment before imperial violence occurred and be with others, both living and dead, across time. _...Read More_
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>"With public art collections closed we are bringing the art to you, exploring highlights and hidden gems from across the country in partnership with Art UK. Today’s pick: Pat Douthwaite’s self-portrait in Paisley"
>"With public art collections closed we are bringing the art to you, exploring highlights and hidden gems from across the country in partnership with Art UK. Today’s pick: Pat Douthwaite’s self-portrait in Paisley"
>"With public art collections closed we are bringing the art to you, exploring highlights and hidden gems from across the country in partnership with Art UK. Today’s pick: Pat Douthwaite’s self-portrait in Paisley"
>"With public art collections closed we are bringing the art to you, exploring highlights and hidden gems from across the country in partnership with Art UK. Today’s pick: Pat Douthwaite’s self-portrait in Paisley"
>"With public art collections closed we are bringing the art to you, exploring highlights and hidden gems from across the country in partnership with Art UK. Today’s pick: Pat Douthwaite’s self-portrait in Paisley"
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The first presentation of the day was given by design critic Alice Rawsthorn, who discussed Design Emergency, a research collaboration with curator Paola Antonelli
The first presentation of the day was given by design critic Alice Rawsthorn, who discussed Design Emergency, a research collaboration with curator Paola Antonelli
The first presentation of the day was given by design critic Alice Rawsthorn, who discussed Design Emergency, a research collaboration with curator Paola Antonelli
The first presentation of the day was given by design critic Alice Rawsthorn, who discussed Design Emergency, a research collaboration with curator Paola Antonelli
The first presentation of the day was given by design critic Alice Rawsthorn, who discussed Design Emergency, a research collaboration with curator Paola Antonelli
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>"With public art collections closed, we are bringing the art to you, _...Read More_
>"With public art collections closed, we are bringing the art to you, _...Read More_
>"With public art collections closed, we are bringing the art to you, _...Read More_
>"With public art collections closed, we are bringing the art to you, _...Read More_
>"With public art collections closed, we are bringing the art to you, _...Read More_
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"When galleries and museums closed, artists found new ways to present their work. Now they're looking ahead to what their craft will look like after the pandemic."
"When galleries and museums closed, artists found new ways to present their work. Now they're looking ahead to what their craft will look like after the pandemic."
"When galleries and museums closed, artists found new ways to present their work. Now they're looking ahead to what their craft will look like after the pandemic."
"When galleries and museums closed, artists found new ways to present their work. Now they're looking ahead to what their craft will look like after the pandemic."
"When galleries and museums closed, artists found new ways to present their work. Now they're looking ahead to what their craft will look like after the pandemic."
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I have always loved that painting and always pondered the Turner's decision to paint it in 1815, three years after the event. I came to believe that the April 30th 1812 eruption, for Turner, became a violent visual analogy of the turbulent _...Read More_
I have always loved that painting and always pondered the Turner's decision to paint it in 1815, three years after the event. I came to believe that the April 30th 1812 eruption, for Turner, became a violent visual analogy of the turbulent _...Read More_
I have always loved that painting and always pondered the Turner's decision to paint it in 1815, three years after the event. I came to believe that the April 30th 1812 eruption, for Turner, became a violent visual analogy of the turbulent _...Read More_
I have always loved that painting and always pondered the Turner's decision to paint it in 1815, three years after the event. I came to believe that the April 30th 1812 eruption, for Turner, became a violent visual analogy of the turbulent _...Read More_
I have always loved that painting and always pondered the Turner's decision to paint it in 1815, three years after the event. I came to believe that the April 30th 1812 eruption, for Turner, became a violent visual analogy of the turbulent _...Read More_
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>"“WHEN DISCONTENT WITH MUSEUMS is strong enough to provoke the attempt to exhibit paintings in their original surroundings or in ones similar, in _...Read More_
>"“WHEN DISCONTENT WITH MUSEUMS is strong enough to provoke the attempt to exhibit paintings in their original surroundings or in ones similar, in _...Read More_
>"“WHEN DISCONTENT WITH MUSEUMS is strong enough to provoke the attempt to exhibit paintings in their original surroundings or in ones similar, in _...Read More_