History of Art

 

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  • Christina Lodder
    Professor Christina Lodder
    Lecturer
    Christina Lodder is an internationally-renowned specialist in Russian m...
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  • Grant Pooke
    Dr Grant Pooke
    Senior Lecturer
    Grant Pooke has interests across contemporary art and visual arts relat...
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  • Maarten Steenhagen
      Maarten Steenhagen
    Associate Lecturer
     
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  • Martin Hammer
    Professor Martin Hammer
    Lecturer
    Martin Hammer is a specialist in modern art, with a particular interest...
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  • Paloma Atencia-Linares
    Dr Paloma Atencia-Linares
    Lecturer
    Paloma Atencia-Linares specialises in aesthetics and the philosophy of ...
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  • Tom Henry
    Professor Tom Henry
    Professor of History of Art
    Tom Henry is a specialist in Italian renaissance art, with a particular...
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  • Hans Maes
    Dr Hans Maes
    Senior Lecturer
    Hans Maes specialises in the philosophy of art and aesthetics including...
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  • Jon Kear
    Dr Jon Kear
    Lecturer
    Jon Kear’s research and teaching are interdisciplinary and involve...
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  • Michael Newall
    Dr Michael Newall
    Senior Lecturer
    Michael Newall’s expertise spans art history, theory and philosophy i...
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  • Jonathan Friday
    Dr Jonathan Friday
    Senior Lecturer
    Jonathan Friday specialises in the aesthetics of photography and the hi...
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Perugino Exhibition Co-curated by Professor Tom Henry

The 'Perugino, Master of Raphael' exhibtion, co-curated by Professor Tom Henry,  is now running in Paris between 12th September 2014 - 19th January 2015.   Considered by his contemporaries as one of the greatest painters in Italy, Perugino (1450-1523) pioneered a new style of painting during the last decades of the 15th century and the first two of 16th century, which profoundly influenced the period. His crystal-clear art, made of translucenc...

19th September 2014

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Call for papers – Politics and Humour: Theory and Practice

A two-day interdisciplinary conference at The University of Kent Friday 16th and Saturday 17th January 2015. The School of Arts, University of Kent, is circulating the following call for papers for a two-day comedy conference taking place on 16 and 17 January 2015. This event will stimulate the dialogue between the theory and practice of comedy, and hopes to bring together theorists and practitioners, academ...

4th September 2014

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Folkestone Triennial: 30th August – 2nd November

30th August - 2nd November The Folkestone Triennial is one of the most ambitious public art projects presented in the UK. Located in the seaside town of Folkestone on the south-east coast of England, artists are invited to use the town as their 'canvas', utilising public spaces to create striking new pieces that reflect issues affecting both the town and the wider world. Artists commissioned to take part in previous Triennials include Cornelia Park...

26th August 2014

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Excellent Scores for Student Satisfaction

Our students are our best advocates.  We have performed extremely well in the National Student Survey 2014, with excellent scores for student satisfaction. Film is ranked third in the UK with a score of 92% and Drama scored 95%, placing us 12th in the UK. The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2014 has also ranked us 13th in the UK for employment prospects.

13th August 2014

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Professor Christina Lodder and Malevich

Tate Modern in London is currently staging a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of work by the great Russian modernist Kazimir Malevich.  The reviews thus far have been ecstatic. The combination with Henri Matisse's late cut-outs makes the gallery an unmissable destination this summer. Professor Christina Lodder in History of Art is one of the leading authorities on Malevich and Russian modernism in general. She has contributed an essay to the Tate&apos...

21st July 2014

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