Francesco Clemente: Between Citation And Satire (CV/Visual Arts Research) Paperback – 12 Dec 2013
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About the Author
James Cahill combines writing, research and painting with a role at one of London's leading contemporary art galleries. He studied at the Courtauld Institute, where his research focused on British twentieth-century artists' explorations of crucifix- ion and obscenity. He is the co-author of a monograph on British artist Angus Fairhurst (2009), and has written catalogue essays for a number of contemporary art exhibitions, as well as reviews for various publications. He has lectured at the Architectural Associ- ation, London, on the paintings of Francis Bacon, and at Oxford University on Renais- sance iconography in contemporary art. His current research looks at the afterlife of ancient Greece and Rome in contemporary visual culture.
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