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The Courtauldian

c/o The Students’ Union

The Courtauld Institute of Art

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Penton Rise,

London

WC1X 9EW

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September 17, 2019

This article was previously published in the special edition, ALUMNAE (December 2018).

MA 1998 

Nicole Krauss is an inspirational figure for using her experience at The Courtauld far beyond the traditional boundaries of Art History. Growing up on Long Island in a Br...

September 17, 2019

This article was previously published in the special edition, ALUMNAE (December 2018).

1932 - 2015 

MA 1977 

Artist, art critic, television presenter, author, gallery director, and, of course, Courtauldian. Betty Churcher’s commitment to the arts and undeniable talent in...

September 17, 2019

This article was previously published in the special edition, ALUMNAE (December 2018).

MA 1975 

Few have been so devoted to The Courtauld, so consistently or for so long, as Jane Ferguson. Alongside art history and a prolific philanthropic career, Ferguson has...

September 17, 2019

This article was previously published in the special edition, ALUMNAE (December 2018).

1928 - 2016 

BA 1949, PhD 1952 

If the average person were to do only one of the things that Anita Brookner achieved, they would be considered a great success. In her early years B...

August 11, 2019

This article was previously published in Issue 20, ISLANDS (March 2019).

Following a difficult breakup and a transatlantic move to New York City, Olivia Laing finds herself in the midst of a crisis – alone in New York and experiencing poignant isolation. Her remedy? Art...

September 18, 2017

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It is the nature of a city not to be complete. There are endless routes that city planners, architects and inhabitants can take to manipulate the future of a built environment. Cities have a beginning but they have no end point; their architectur...

September 2, 2017

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Hockney. He doesn’t need his first name. The hair, the glasses, the colours – his art is as recognisable as it is ubiquitous. As Chris Stephens comments in the catalogue that accompanied Hockney’s retrospective exhibition at Tate, ‘his work reaches au...

August 10, 2017

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Wet clay is a messy material. It fills the creases between your fingers. It gets under your nails. Drying on the back of your hand it begins to look and feel like parched, cracked mud – a simple reminder of its earthy origins. Fire the clay to harden...

It's hard to know what to say or do after an event like the Grenfell Tower fire. In this list, we've collected some of the the most thoughtful responses.

July 18, 2017

How does literature provide us with new strategies of imagining our relationship with urban environments? Tom Powell discusses Italo Calvino's novel as a way of thinking about the cities in which we live.

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