Annual Lectures

Nemanja Cvijanovic ́, Monument to the Memory of the Idea of Internationale, 2010

AICA-UK Annual Lecture 2013: Professor Dawn Ades CBE FBA, ‘How Contemporary Practices Engage with the History of Art’

Tate Britain 5 December 2013 Exhibitions usually dedicated to contemporary art, such as Manifesta and the Venice Biennale, have recently ...
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Roxy Music: For Your Pleasure

AICA-UK Annual Lecture 2012: Michael Bracewell, ‘Re-make/Re-model: How Pop Art Became Pop Art’

Tate Britain 6 December 2012 Between 1997 and 2006 Michael Bracewell researched and wrote a highly detailed account of how ...
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Rose Wylie, 2006 House & Horse oil on canvas

AICA-UK Annual Lecture 2011: Stephen Bann, ‘The Art Critic in a Cold Climate’

The Art Critic in a Cold Climate Tate Britain 6 December 2011 Arguably, art criticism predates art history. Stephen Bann ...
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AICA-UK Annual Lecture 2010: James Elkins, 'Remarks on the State of Art Criticism'

AICA-UK Annual Lecture 2010: James Elkins, ‘Remarks on the State of Art Criticism’

Remarks on the State of Art Criticism 13 December 2010, Tate Britain Art criticism is very widely practised, and very ...
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