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Latest publications:
Vietnamese Artists Using Tam-giao Metaphors in Visual Arts to Express their Concerns in the Global Anthropocene Transformation, 2005–15

This research examines how the use of Tam-giao metaphors in Vietnamese works of art (2005-2015) express the artists’ concerns about the anthropocene and how this condition impacts on future generations.

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Published Online: January 31, 2017

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The Mutilation of Women in Surrealist Art Works

This is an analysis of surrealist art and its misogynistic portrayal of women as Medusa figures.

Article: Print

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Article: Electronic

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In Search of Identity: Chinese Calligraphy in Twentieth-Century Hong Kong

This article sheds light on Chinese calligraphy as an art form and a vehicle mapping and interpreting the development of cultural identity in twentieth-century Hong Kong.

Article: Print

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Published Online: January 18, 2017

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Navel Gazing: On Albrecht Dürer's Adam and Eve (1504)

This article examines a neglected detail of one of the most famous images of the Renaissance; the depiction of the navel by Dürer in his Adam and Eve engraving (1504).

Article: Print

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Published Online: November 15, 2016

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The International Journal of Arts Theory and History , Volume 12, Issue 1

Issue: Electronic

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Issue: Print

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Issue: Print (Authors Only)

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The Material Image: Artists’ Approaches to Reproducing Texture in Art

This research explores the relationship between imaging, artists’ approaches to reproducing representations of the attributes of material qualities, the fluid dynamics of a painterly mark, and 2.5D relief in printing.

Article: Print

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Published Online: October 25, 2016

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From Dye to Identity: Linking Saffron to Stigmatizing Jewish Dress Codes and the Paradox of a Yellow-robed Moses in the Sistine Chapel

A significant link between Jewish identify and saffron was established in antiquity resulting in its application in stigmatizing yellow markers and ignored significance in masterpieces like the Sistine Chapel.

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Published Online: September 30, 2016

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Counterfactual Thoughts in Photography

The concept of counterfactuals has appeared in past decades in science and humanities and has become popular as a genre in media and the fine arts, in particular in photography.

Article: Print

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Published Online: September 30, 2016

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Connecting in Multiple Non-linear Ways: Aesthetic Awareness on the Fireground

Emergency service practitioners see in "black and white" and act immediately, paradoxically relying on an aesthetic framework which reflects that of an artist.

Article: Print

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Published Online September 1, 2016

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Embodied Realism: A New Aesthetic for ArtScience?

The emerging discourse of embodied realism connects our powers of thought and imagination to our sensorimotor faculties and experiences, opening the door to a new aesthetic of ArtScience

Article: Print

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Published Online: July 5, 2016

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