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    Philippa Simpson

    This article explores why William Blake’s solo exhibition of 1809 has been such an important source for understanding his attitude towards past art...

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    Konstantinos Stefanis

    This paper considers Blake’s 1809 exhibition in the light of the nascent practice of retrospective exhibitions and compares it with the...

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    Jo Applin

    This article focuses on American artist Lee Bonteco’s drawing practice during the early 1960s, focusing in particular on Drawing 1961. Made with...

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    Anna Lovatt

    This article considers Sol LeWitt’s wall drawings as artworks poised on the cusp of the ‘post-medium condition’ of installation art. While the wall...

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    Stephanie Straine

    This article considers one work on paper by Vija Celmins in the ARTIST ROOMS collection: Untitled (Desert–Galaxy) 1974. In a focused analysis of...

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    Michael White

    When Kurt Schwitters began making collages in 1918, the initial term he used to describe them was Merzzeichnungen (Merz drawings). This article...

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    Sarah Monks

    This paper reflects upon the implications of J.M.W. Turner’s close and varied attention to the depiction of sea-water. In particular, Turner’s...

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    Charlotte Purkis

    Music’s capacity to expose the contradictions which emerged within late nineteenth-century understandings of the sublime is explored in relation to...

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    Eugénie Shinkle

    This paper examines the notion of the contemporary technological sublime, and asks what sublime affect means in the context of contemporary digital...

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    Christina Lodder

    Naum Gabo’s arrival in Berlin in 1922, which initiated his lifetime emigration from the Soviet Union, has been interpreted as an explicitly anti...

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    David Blayney Brown, Martin Myrone

    This paper introduces the 1809 London exhibition that William Blake organised of his own works, exploring its high ambition and disastrous failure....

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    Luke White

    Focusing on Damien Hirst’s The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living 1991 which contains a preserved shark, this paper...

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    Susan Matthews

    This essay suggests that Blake’s 1809 exhibition was haunted by the memory of the Irish painter James Barry (1741–1806) and his concerns about the...

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    Mark Rawlinson

    This paper considers the historical coincidence of modernism and the heroic age of Antarctic exploration. In particular, it contextualises...

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    Fanny Singer

    This article traces Richard Hamilton’s use of photography and digital technologies to subtly undermine verisimilitude in his print The annunciation...

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    Christina Lodder

    In 1923 the painter Liubov Popova began creating designs for fabric to be manufactured by the First State Textile Printing Works in Moscow. This...

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    Ed Krčma

    Developed in relation to works by Tacita Dean and William Kentridge, this article explores the way in which the arrival of digital technology has...

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    Timothy D. Martin

    This paper addresses the work of Mark Rothko (1903–1970) and Robert Smithson (1938–1973), and, referring to the philosopher Kant and psychoanalyst...

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    David Norbrook

    Lucretius’s De rerum natura is a neglected source for the emergence of the theory and practice of the sublime in the early modern period. This...

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    The artistic representation of British antiquity brings in its wake a problem of methodology: how are the working assumptions of artists and...

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