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The Death of Public Culture? An online panel discussion and forum

The Death of Public Culture? An online panel discussion and forum

9 July 2020
Following the latest easing of lockdown restrictions, the visual arts sector is able to reopen, with museums and public galleries ...
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’

5 December 2013
Exhibitions usually dedicated to contemporary art, such as Manifesta and the Venice Biennale, have recently included swathes of historical material ...
Roxy Music: For Your Pleasure

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

6 December 2012
Between 1997 and 2006 Michael Bracewell researched and wrote a highly detailed account of how the art rock group Roxy ...
Rose Wylie, 2006 House & Horse oil on canvas

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

6 December 2011
Arguably, art criticism predates art history. Stephen Bann draws on his extensive experience to reflect on some of the dilemmas ...
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’

13 December 2010
Art criticism is very widely practised, and very poorly understood. There is little agreement on its purpose or function, its ...
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