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Mark Rawlinson

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Mark Rawlinson

Lunchtime Tour

13 May 2015

Mark Rawlinson, Associate Director in the Department of Art History at The University of Nottingham, leads a tour of our exhibition drawing on his research into American Modernism and the Civil Rights movement. 

His research interests focus heavily on American photography, art and visual culture from the 20th Century to present day, as well as visual and critical theory such as the work of Theodor Adorno. He has authored and contributed to numerous exhibitions and publications on American Visual Culture and is author of a published monograph on artist Charles Sheeler entitled, Charles Sheeler: Modernism, Precisionism and the Borders of Abstraction (I.B.Tauris, 2007). Mark’s most recent research is concerned with examining the conceptual foundations of the New Topographics – a key movement in American Landscape Photography throughout the 1970s including photographers such as Stephen Shore and Lewis Baltz.

No need to book, just join us in the Galleries!

12 - 12.45pm

Free, The Galleries



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