Lynn M. Somers reviews Louise Bourgeois, Freud’s Daughter (Yale University Press, 2021) by Philip Larratt-Smith, with an essay by Juliet Mitchell. In a welcome effort to foreground the material objects over the admittedly fascinating biography of
Lucy Weir reviews Rated RX: Sheree Rose with and after Bob Flanagan (Ohio State University Press, 2020) edited by Yetta Howard. One of art history’s most frustrating tropes is that of its invisible woman. Linda
A roundtable discussion on the ethical, legal and aesthetic challenges of exhibiting anatomical materials, with curators Katie Birkwood (Royal College of Physicians), Nathan Flis (Yale Center for British Art) and Annette Wickham (Royal Academy of Arts), moderated by Keren Hammerschlag.
What does it mean to imagine the body as permeable? In this post, Lauren Rozenberg and Laura Scalabrella Spada share their reflections of organising the ‘Permeable Bodies in Medieval and Early Modern Visual Culture’
Associate Editor Fiona Johnstone writes about being an art historian in the medical humanities, and proposes some future directions for increased visual engagement in the field. As an art historian, I am often the sole
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