Friday, September 21, 2012

Three Curators


Alison Smith, Curator (Head of British Art to 1900),
Tate Britain; Tim Barringer, Professor of History of Art at Yale University,
Jason Rosenfeld, Distinguished Chair and Professor of Art History at Marymount Manhattan College, New York.

http://makingamark.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/review-pre-raphaelites-victorian-avant-garde-tate-britain.html


(God I hate the new Blogger editor!!)

3 comments:

Kati H said...

It takes some getting used to, the new interface, but if you are using it for a while it will grow on you. ;)

I read your health is getting worse. I'm a bit lost for words but wanted to say how sorry I am to read that. Hope you can enjoy the time you still have, I don't know what it is, and from what I've read it seemed quit serious to me. Wish you all the best!

Love Kati

Hels said...

There is a bit of art history expertise in those three smart minds! I went to a Napoleonic conference over this weekend and was truly impressed with the speakers' art historical smarts.

Hermes said...

Thank you Kati, how nice of you. It was the second stroke and a heart operation that really affected me. I have stabilized them but at a low level.

Thanks Hels. When I listen to such speakers I feel genuinely ignorant against not just their sheer knowledge but against their ideas and interpretations. But I love trying to understand.