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Art of the Lost: discussing the future of the past  is a conference   that will explore and appraise current and developing studies of how art changes, is reused or repurposed, disappears or is rediscovered. Over three days, on 27-29 November, curators, conservators, scientists, historians, archaeologists, and artists from the UK, Europe and the USA will look at how, and why art is defaced, destroyed or is lost within architectural settings. For more information, go to https://www.canterbury-cathedral.org/learning/learning-for-all/conferences-study-days/the-art-of-the-lost-conference-2019/

Bartolomé Bermejo (ca. 1440 – ca. 1501) is widely considered to be the most inventive and technically-skilled Spanish painter of the 15th century. This lecture, in English, by Dr Nicola Jennings of the Courtauld Institute, London, will discuss the latest findings about this intriguing artist and his work. It wil take place at 3pm and is free; no reservation required. https://www.museabrugge.be/en/calendar/activiteiten/lezing-bartolome-bermejo-en-de-kunst-in-de-lage-landen

 

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