This year the Association for Art History’s Annual Conference takes place in Brighton from the 4–6 of April. Over the course of three days, art historians from across the globe will gather to explore how art history and visual culture are manifest in the everyday, as well as in scholarly and curatorial life.
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We’ve curated a content collection featuring free chapters from several Yale art books, which touch on key themes being discussed at this year’s conference. Read on to explore the duality between artist Hannah Gluckstein and her personal possessions, the role of architecture in the colonial space, and much more.
1. Gluck: Art and Identity Edited by Amy de la Haye and Martin Pel
Learn more about Hannah Gluckstein and the 2017 exhibition of her work and possessions at the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery here.
2. Looking at Men: Art, Anatomy and the Modern Male Body by Anthea Callen
Yale author Anthea Callen will be speaking during the Vitalist Modernism session at this year’s conference. Click here for more information.
3. From Stone to Paper: Architecture as History in the Late Mughal Empire by Chanchal B. Dadlani
4. Architecture and Empire in Jamaica by Louis Nelson
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