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Tamar Garb lectures on South African photography

Published on 16 September, 2014

In Stockholm at Konstfack 17/9 and Södertörn University 18/10.

Konstfack in collaboration with Södertörn University invite you to:
”Trauma in the Field of Vision’: Apartheid,
Auschwitz and all That”
When: Wednesday 17th September 15-17.
Where: Konstfack, S4
Take tube to Telefonplan.

Konstfack in collaboration with Södertörn University invite you to:

”Trauma in the Field of Vision’: Apartheid, Auschwitz and all That”

When: Wednesday 17th September 15-17.

Where: Konstfack, S4. Take tube to Telefonplan.

 

Art history, Aesthetics and Gender studies at Södertörn University invite you to a post-grad seminar:

“Sex, Savagery, Servitude: Maid in South Africa”

When: Thursday 18th September 15-17

Where: PC249 “Stora glasburen” in the Primus building, Södertörns högskola.

Take the commuter train to Flemingsberg (direction Södertälje)

For information: katarina.macleod@sh.se

Tamar Garb is Durning Lawrence Professor in the History of Art at UCL, London. She is the author of a number of influential books such as Sisters of the Brush: Women’s Artistic Culture in Late Nineteenth Century Paris (1994), Bodies of Modernity: Figure and Flesh in Fin de Siecle France, (1998), The Painted Face, Portraits of Women in France 1814 -1914 (2007), The Body in Time: Figures of Femininity in Late Nineteenth- Century France, (2008).

Recently she has curated exhibitions such as Land Marks/Home Lands; Contemporary Art from South Africa at Haunch of Venison Gallery in London, and Figures and Fictions: Contemporary South African Photography at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 2011

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