The recently closed A Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920-2020 exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery was a fascinating dive into the transformative approaches by artists towards their sites of production. What was immediately clear was the incredibly broad cast of international artists represented. Split up between two floors, it opened in part with photographs of artistsContinue reading “REVIEW | A Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920-2020 – Whitechapel Gallery”
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Two-Faced Fame – celebrity or commodity?
Featured in Subversive Press and InQuire. For those of you who didn’t know, the University of Kent has a Print Collecting and Curating module specifically for final-year History & Philosophy of Art undergraduate students. The programme, currently in its 5th year, provides its students with an opportunity to organise and set up their own exhibition.Continue reading “Two-Faced Fame – celebrity or commodity?”