A group of Masters students from the Bartlett School of Architecture has developed a
In his latest exhibition, “Confrontation and Disruption,” Chinese American artist Xiaoze Xie invites his audience
In his exhibition “All Her Number’d Stars”, currently on at Susan Eley Gallery in New
“The aesthetics of internet art… won’t conform to any that we’ve known before.” The internet
The narrative of 18th-century French art traditionally portrays the death of Louis XIV in 1715
The Romans did not believe that to have a copy of an artwork was of any less value that to have the original.
The Romans did not believe, as we do today, that to have a copy of
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