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Drawing: A Complete Guide

Stephen C.P. Gardner
£35.00

Seven Keys to Modern Art

Simon Morley
£19.95

Unravelled

Charlotte Vannier
£29.95

Performance Now

RoseLee Goldberg
£32.00

Painting Now

Suzanne Hudson
£24.95

The Spirit of the Bauhaus

Olivier Gabet, Anne Monier
£40.00

Album Art

John Foster
£18.95

Editorial

Join Amy Dempsey, historian and author of 'Modern Art', for a talk on the movements that help us understand modern art at Tate Modern.

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Join Flavia Frigeri, historian and author of 'Pop Art', for a talk introducing Pop Art at Tate Modern.

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The Bauhaus was the short-lived German art school that opened its doors 100 years ago, but whose effects can still be seen across the world today. We take a look at some of the overlooked buildings of Britain by Bauhaus émigrés.

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Author, artist and art historian Simon Morley talks about his new book, 'Seven Keys to Modern Art', in which he examines 20 well- known but little-understood works of art.

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The artist, author and Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) London will be signing copies of his new book 'The Word is Art' at Hatchards Piccadilly.

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Filmmaker and installation artist Isaac Julien CBE will speak on the subject of 'Choreographing Capital' at this year's Nikos Stangos Memorial Lecture.

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What are the unique possibilities of the graphic novel? And how has its appeal diversified and evolved in recent years? Explore current trends in graphic novels at home and abroad with international comics expert Paul Gravett and cartoonist Tom Gauld.

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What makes contemporary art ‘contemporary’? Jessica Cerasi, Exhibitions Manager at London’s Carroll/Fletcher gallery, offers a guided tour of today’s art scene, challenging our understanding of artistic skill and demystifying the art market.

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Meet the author Jessica Cerasi, who was Assistant Curator of the 20th Biennale of Sydney in 2016 and also Curatorial Assistant at the Hayward Gallery, London.

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If you find yourself sympathising with the cleaners who, over the years, have mistaken works of art for piles of rubbish, then curators Kyung An and Jessica Cerasi have got your back. The pair met almost ten years ago when they were working as interns at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, and since then have become experts at explaining contemporary art to baffled friends and family.

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