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- 1From:Art and Christianity (Issue 108) Peer-ReviewedLondon: Routledge, 2021 ISBN 978 0367443214, hbk, 244pp, [pounds sterling]120 The essays in this book have their origin in a conference held in the Bishop's Palace, Chichester in 2018, entitled 'Transformative Looking...
- 2From:Art and Christianity (Issue 108) Peer-ReviewedDulwich Picture Gallery, London 15 September 2021-18 April 2022 Helen Frankenthaler's Tales of Genji IV (1998)-a 21 colour woodcut from 12 blocks of maple and mahogany on light rose handmade paper roughly a metre...
- 3From:Art and Christianity (Issue 108) Peer-ReviewedThe following is an edited transcript of a live, public conversation that took place on 25 September 2021 as part of the first Art History Festival, organised by the Association of Art Historians and held at the National...
- 6From:Art and Christianity (Issue 108) Peer-ReviewedIn the diary Albrecht Durer kept of his year-long travels in the Netherlands two passages stand out for their liveliness and high emotion. One is the remarkable (and probably inauthentic) 'Lutherklage', lament for...
- 8From:Art and Christianity (Issue 108) Peer-ReviewedGlasgow Cathedral 1-26 November 2021 I will learn to sit with you and I will learn to listen is the latest site-specific installation work by visual arts duo Gardner & Gardner. It was commissioned by Glasgow Cathedral...
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