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Cambridge Art History Research Seminars: Michaelmas Term 2018

A collaboration between the Department of History of Art, Fitzwilliam Museum and Kettle's Yard

Every Wednesday at 5:00pm

4a Trumpington Street, Department of History of Art

Convener: Dr Donal Cooper

Sponsored by the University of Cambridge, Department of History of Art

 

23 January

Maria Vassilaki (University of Volos) and Robin Cormack (Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge and Professor Emeritus, Courtauld Institute of Art)

Viewing St Catherine’s Monastery at Sinai

 

30 January

Luke Gartlan (University of St Andrew’s)

Provincialising Japonisme: Visual Exchanges between Colonial Australia and Meiji Japan

 

6 February

Francesca Borgo (University of St Andrew’s)

Unfinished, Fragile, Decaying: Making and Unmaking in Leonardo’s Workshop

 

20 February          

Maude Bass-Krueger (University of Leiden)

The Spectacle of Architectural Drawings in nineteenth-century France: the envois de Rome, public display, and print culture

 

27 February         

Adriano Aymonino (University of Buckingham)

The Compass and the Flesh: The Classicist Body as Architectural Body           **please note change of date**

 

6 March   

Michael Hatt (University of Warwick)

Subjunctive Light: Wilhelm Bendz and Shadows in Golden Age Denmark

 

13 March

Alison Wright (UCL)

Looking back at the Frame: Honour, Ornament and a book on Renaissance Art

 

1 May

Mara Polgovsky Ezcurra (Birkbeck College)

Ana Kamien’s Mutable Bodies: Abstraction and Modern Dance in 1960s Argentina

 

 

 

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