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    Alex Potts

    In its engagement with mass media and modern industry, the work of Eduardo Paolozzi combined pop tendencies with the logic of new brutalism, as...

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    Brendan Prendeville

    It has become almost routine to dismiss direct and ‘unmediated’ analyses of artworks but in this essay Brendan Prendeville argues that David...

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    Nancy Ann Roth

    In his theory of communication, philosopher and writer Vilém Flusser (1920–1991) referred to art often, yet unsystematically. This article proposes...

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    Dialogue with her blew hot and cold, both in terms of its intensity and its emotional charge. This wild oscillation is in Mira’s character. She,...

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    Lee Hallman

    Lee Hallman considers how David Sylvester’s role in the rehabilitation of David Bomberg’s reputation in the 1950s and 1960s illuminates as much...

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    John Beck

    John Beck argues that Edgar Allan Poe’s story ‘The Purloined Letter’ (1844) about a secret hidden in plain sight offers insights into the...

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    Paul Gladston

    Reviewing international and indigenous perspectives on the significance of contemporary Chinese art, Paul Gladston argues for the necessity of new...

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    Natasha Walker, Karen Hearn, Joyce H. Townsend

    Comprising technical and art historical analyses, this paper investigates the subject, date and status of a three-quarter-length portrait on a...

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    Emma Roberts

    After the Second World War Barbara Hepworth sought to raise her profile in America, but her attempts to do so were frustrated by her hesitancy in...

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    Paul Tucker

    The intertextual links between Stokes’s unpublished essay ‘In Short’ (1942) and his other writings of the period justify his own estimation of it...

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    Kirsten Haywood

    This paper considers the figurative role of surfaces and their contents in the first chapter, ‘Jesi’, of Adrian Stokes’s The Quattro Cento....

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    Stephen Kite

    Stephen Kite explores the relationship between architecture and the graphic arts in the milieus of the Institute of Contemporary Arts and the...

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    Paul Tucker

    Appendix 1 ‘In Short’ (1942)TGA 8816/167 Who can say turmoil of the mind? The mind moves as does the wrinkling skin upon a calm sea. The underneath...

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    Rachel Smith

    Barbara Hepworth’s development of the figure in landscape theme to which she turned increasingly after moving to St Ives in 1939 is considered in...

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    Martin Hammer

    Martin Hammer reviews Kenneth Clark’s public spat with Herbert Read about modern art, which erupted in successive issues of the Listener magazine...

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    Wolfgang Brückle

    August Sander’s photobook Face of Our Time is discussed in relation to interest in physiognomy in Weimar Germany. Much of this book’s success was...

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    John Stack

    Through the development of a holistic digital proposition there is an opportunity to use the digital to deliver Tate’s mission to promote public...

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    Katherine Tubb

    August Sander’s portraits of marginalised subjects are often evoked as visual shorthand for his inclusive vision of the German nation. This article...

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    Rose-Carol Washton Long

    Countering the characterisation of August Sander’s work as politically neutral, Rose-Carol Washton Long argues that the ‘The Persecuted’ and ...

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    Dorothy C. Rowe

    Dorothy C. Rowe sheds light on the role played by photographer August Sander among the group of artists known as the Cologne Progressives, showing...

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