An investigation into the politically divided art styles of the Chinese Qing Dynasty and the extent to which they were isolated yet united
Postmodernist appropriative artist Richard Prince has been the topic of discussion and controversy ever since his emergence in the art world in the 1980s when art of this nature was at its height.
Murakami and Historical grounding:
To what extent can the work of Takashi Murakami be contextualised by the historical precedents?
Expanding upon the theme of abjection: A restricted review of 'Powers Of Horror' by Julia Kristeva.
Artworks centred around the dead body: Representation of the corpse in John Everett Millais' 'Ophelia' and Hans Holbein The Younger's 'The Body Of The Dead Christ In The Tomb'
Concealing the abject for consumption: How artists and the contemporary art market use abjection to lure the audience.