The School of Architecture and Landscape at Kingston University invites you to the opening of its Summer Exhibition for 2016, showing the work of our Architecture and Landscape courses alongside those of the wider art and design courses in the faculty.
The work in the School has built upon the wider projects of the last few ...
Professor of Art & Design History Stephen Barber launches his newest book, on the French writer Pierre Guyotat, at the ICA this May. The first book on Guyotat’s work written in English, Revolutions and Aberrations is based on twenty years of dialogues with Guyotat. Lauded by the likes of Foucault, Genet and Derrida during the […]
An forger who gained notority – and an exhibition at a Brighton gallery – for copying and selling world famous paintings from Van Gogh, Picasso and Modiglianim has been criticised by a Kingston University lecturer and expert art appraiser on Sky News. David Henty, previously convicted for forging passports and number plates, sold hundreds of […]
Associate professor and director of studies for Kingston University’s MA in Experimental Film Phillip Warnell is taking part in an upcoming ICA workshop exploring the nature of animal ‘encounters’ in film on 25 May. Chaired by curator and writer Shama Khanna, the workshop brings together curators and writers Mihnea Mircan and Filipa Ramos, artist-filmmaker Jessica […]
Design history lecturer Dr. Sorcha O’Brien, from the School of Art and Design History and the Modern Interiors Research Centre (MIRC), has been awarded an Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Leadership Early Career Fellowship for her research project ‘The Electrification of the Rural Irish Home: Housewives, Electrical Products and Domesticity in the 1950s and […]
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