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The Sight of Death

I really enjoyed listening to T.J. Clark speak here about The Sight of Death, ten years after it was published. Of late, it’s a work that’s been particularly central to my thinking. 10 more words

"Picasso’s Guernica Revisited" by T.J. Clark

Today’s mission : View the London Review of Books Winter Lecture titled “Picasso’s Guernica Revisited” (2011), by art historian T.J. Clark.

Why? Because viewing Picasso’s Guernica has been my most meaningful art experience, and I want to get closer to understanding why this is so. 76 more words

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#22. Alan Gouk writes a critique of T.J. Clark’s “Farewell to an Idea”

“An institutionalised counterculture condemns individuality as archaic and depreciates intellectual values, even in the universities.” Harold Bloom “The Anarchy of Influence”, 2011.

“Literature is always personal, always one man’s vision of the world, one man’s experience, and it can only be popular when men are ready to welcome the visions of others. 12,649 more words

Alan Gouk

One Down.

On Friday, former Shiawassee County Administrator, T. J. Clark checked into the Lapeer County Jail where he will serve 30 days for “using public money for personal use, contrary to state law.” 347 more words

Clark Reviews "Goya: The Portraits" at the National Gallery in LRB

T.J. Clark reviews “Goya: The Portraits” at the National Gallery (until January 16, 2016) in The London Review of Books 37/22 (19 November, 2015).

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