Art & Visual Culture 1950 - 2020: Modernism to Globalisation

Rottingdean Whiteway Centre


Art & Visual Culture 1950 - 2020: Modernism to Globalisation

Day Tuesday
Time 10:00 - 12:00
Tutor Jackie Parry
Cost £84.00
Room Main Hall
Availability 15/24 Places
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Course Description

This course will examine a wide range of artists from an international field. Post WWII Modernism was situated at the centre of world power in New York, however by the 21st century geopolitics have seen that other stories have become evident and expressed by alternative media - video, installation, global exhibitions etc. Indeed the demarcation of art from visual culture has become often contentious, shifting and complex. Starting with the development of Post Modernism the course ends in considering the global conditions for art today. There will hopefully be a gallery visit each term.

There’s no class on 18th January. Half term is 14th- 18th February, and the extra class will be at the end of term on 29th March.

Your Tutor


Jackie was Course Convenor and Lecturer in The History of Art at CCE, University of Sussex. She is currently an Associate Lecturer with the Open University. She also does independent lectures and leads study trips to Europe and the USA.