HISTORY OF ART
The History of Art Department at UCL is one of the most dynamic centres for the study of art history and visual cultures in the world. Known for our critical and self-reflexive approach to the subject, we are committed to a wide range of critical and historiographical enquiry, and theoretical rigour is stressed in our programmes at all levels. The problems we address cut across the boundaries of geography, chronology and discipline.
HI, HERE I AM, THAT MUST BE ENOUGH
Isabelle Graw, Städelschule Frankfurt and Texte zur Kunst
15 Dec 2016, 6pm, Seminar Room 3
Our teaching programmes and research move beyond traditional forms of art history to address visual and material cultures more broadly. Teaching stretches from the medieval period to the art of today, and the art of all periods is considered in its global context. It also includes new and non-traditional media and contemporary art.
Here you will find information including a link to the student handbook in Moodle, course descriptions, information for international students, summer reading lists, contacts for student representatives, forms for download, careers information and more...
The UCL History of Art department began awarding degrees in the subject
in 1965...Watch here.
This MA draws on the research and teaching expertise within the department...Find out more
Reviews, reflections and reports written by History of Art MA students...Read More
Object is a journal produced entirely by graduate students in the History of Art... Read More.
Listings of all our Research Staff, including contact details, research interests, publications and more.
An on-line bookshelf with a selection of publications authored and edited by staff past and present.
This issue of Oxford Art Journal focuses on 18th/19th century visual culture and is dedicated to the work of Helen Weston.
An exhibition curated by Tamar Garb at the Fruit Market Gallery, Edinburgh. Running from 19 Nov 2016– 19 Feb 2017.
Visiting Address: UCL History of Art Department, Departmental Office & Reception, Room G03, 20 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0AH, UK.