Jade Montserrat is currently a resident artist at Crescent Arts, Scarborough. She read for a History of Art BA at the Courtauld Institute of Art, followed by an MA in Drawing at Norwich University College of Arts

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    LSE Lit Fest 2016 Reading List: Eight Must-Read Books On and Around the Theme of ‘Utopia’

LSE Lit Fest 2016 Reading List: Eight Must-Read Books On and Around the Theme of ‘Utopia’

Image Credit: Batik banner at the US Social Forum in Atlanta, GA (Brooke Anderson)
Today, Monday 22nd February 2016, marks […]

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    Reading List: 8 Books about Art to read for the Turner Prize 2015

Reading List: 8 Books about Art to read for the Turner Prize 2015

Tonight, the evening of Monday 7 December 2015, sees the announcement of the winner of the Turner Prize 2015, held […]

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    Book Review: Luxury: Fashion, Lifestyle and Excess by Patrizia Calefato

Book Review: Luxury: Fashion, Lifestyle and Excess by Patrizia Calefato

Luxury has been both celebrated and condemned throughout history right up to the present day. This text examines luxury […]

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    Book Review: Feminism and Popular Culture: Investigating the Postfeminist Mystique by Rebecca Munford and Melanie Waters

Book Review: Feminism and Popular Culture: Investigating the Postfeminist Mystique by Rebecca Munford and Melanie Waters

Is feminism undead? Feminism and Popular Culture seeks to map the fraught and often unpredictable relationship between popular culture, feminism and postfeminism. […]

Book Review: Inventing Peace: A Dialogue on Perception by Wim Wenders and Mary Zournazi

Inventing Peace differs considerably from the usual academic offerings on peace or IR, with film-maker Wim Wenders and philosopher Mary Zournazi […]

Book Review: Museums: A Visual Anthropology by Mary Bouquet

Museums: A Visual Anthropology traverses continents and centuries at a rapid, engaging and easily interpretive pace, providing a summary of the key […]

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What makes art ‘feminist art’? Kathy Battista‘s engagement with the founding generation of female practitioners centres on 1970s London as […]

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Dismissed as a miserable elitist who condemned popular culture in the name of high art, Theodor W. Adorno is one […]

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