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Munch and Modernity

Edwardian scholars may be interested in the following event, which ties in with the excellent Munch exhibition currently showing at Tate Modern.

On the occasion of Tate’s exhibition Edvard Munch: The Modern Eye this symposium will explore what made Munch such a quintessentially modern artist. Curators, art-historians, Munch experts and contemporary artists talk about different aspects of his practice and its significance today, from painting, film and photography to self-representation and the nature of the gaze.

Speakers include Angela Lampe, Clément Chéroux, Patricia Berman,  Mai Britt Guleng, Sue Prideaux and Tracey Emin. See here for more details.