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List of Artworks:

 

Alexandros of Antioch

 

Aphrodite of Milos 130 and 100BC

 

Marble sculpture 203 cm (6.7 ft) high

 

Louvre Museum in Paris

 

 

 

Barbara Kruger

 

Untitled (You Invest in the Divinity of the Masterpiece) 1982

 

Photostat 182.2 x 115.8 cm

 

 

 

Paul Jackson Pollock

 

Blue Poles 1952

 

Oil on canvas 210 cm × 486.8 cm

 

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

 

Pablo Picasso

 

Guernica 1950

 

Oil on Canvas 349 cm × 776 cm

 

Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid

 

 

 

Richard Hamilton

 

Just What Makes Today’s Homes So Different 1956

 

Collage 26 cm × 24.8 cm (10.25 in × 9.75 in)

 

Kunsthalle Tübingen, Tübingen

 

 

 

 

 

Lectures:

 

 

 

Harrison, M. 2012, Notes for the Writing Laboratory, 29th February.

 

 

 

Harrison, M. 2012, The Writer, Design, Distribution, 7th March.

 

 

 

Harrison, M. 2012, The Work, 11th April.


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