Some Things You Should Know About Frida Kahlo’s Self-Portraits

Frida Kahlo’s conception of the self-portrait.

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W. J. T. Mitchell on Cloning and Terror

W. J. T. Mitchell argues that images and iconoclasm played an active and fundamental role in the War on Terror as part of a strategy to justify military actions.

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A Conversation with Ernst Gombrich

‘A Conversation with Ernst Gombrich’ is a glimpse into the world of one the most influential art historians of the 20th century.

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The Benefits of Having an Art History Degree

If sometimes you ask yourself what will you do with your art history degree, Gary Radke might provide some answers to your questions.

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“The Archive of Memory”: Documentary on Aby Warburg

‘Aby Warburg: The Archive of Memory’ is a documentary produced by Eric Breitbart in 2003.

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Erwin Panofsky on Titian’s Biblical and Hagiographical Representations

Listen to Erwin Panofsky’s UCLA lecture on Titian’s biblical and hagiographical representations.

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Leadership Qualities in the Arts Sector

What Leadership Qualities and Attributes You Need to Have to Succeed in the Arts Sector?

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Erwin Panofsky on “The Value of Error in the History of Art”

Listen to a very entertaining lecture delivered by the great scholar of Renaissance art at UCLA in 1967.

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Before Meeting Lady Gaga: Four Performances by Marina Abramović

These four performances by Marina Abramović were made between 1975-76.

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Documenta 6 Satelite Telecast: Joseph Beuys’ Speech

Documenta is a renowned contemporary art event which takes place every five years in Kassel. Documenta 6  took place in 1977 and it

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