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6pm to 7pm. The Learning Lab, Beaney House of Art and Knowledge.
Dr Antonio Lazaro-Reboll, Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies at the University of Kent, looks at contemporary reactions to Francisco de Goya's 'Disasters of War', and at artistic traditions within and against which the artist was working, and the different patterns of reading and looking that the prints elicit. He will also provide an overview of re-appropriations in the 21st century from the Chapman Brothers to Susan Sontag.
To take advantage of the three talks for £15 and membership special price please call 01227 378100 or visit the Beaney to book your place.
Don't forget to allow time before the lectures to view Manet's 'The Execution of Maximilian' and explore the Beaney's other permanent collections.
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