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And Now It’s Dark brings together the work of three contemporary American photographers and provides context by setting them amongst a brief collection of American night photography from between 1900 and 1964. It is curated by Dr Mark Rawlinson (Associate Professor of Art History at The University of Nottingham) and runs from 6th September to 9th November at […]
This morning, my wife decided that she would take my mother-in-law to a show in Nottingham. I was invited along, but an unspoken understanding ensured that I would do something else while they enjoyed ‘Singing in the Rain’.
Today I visited the Nottingham Contemporary on an OCA Study Visit. The day consisted of visits to two major exhibitions and a brief opportunity to take part in a symposium entitled Shimmering, Shining, Vomiting, Glitter (The Poetics and Politics of Disgust). Catchy, huh? The first, and most relevant exhibition, was a retrospective on the work […]