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New Voices | Art & Conflict
November 9, 2018
New Voices is the Association for Art History’s annual one-day conference for...
Ways of Seeing 2018
November 24, 2018
WAYS OF SEEING 2018 | IDENTITIES IN ART & ARCHITECTURE National Gallery...
Modernism: Making, Place & Protest
November 3, 2018
This event keys into East London's radical history as a site where...
The Representation of Memory: After 2001
October 17, 2018
Wednesday 17 October from 3.00 – 5.00 pm Regent’s University London Inner...