Visual Culture of India, Japan and Mexico 1860s-1940s
Friday 25 - Saturday 26 June 2004, 10.15 am - 5.15 pm
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Nearest tube: South Kensington
Join us for an engaging two day international conference exploring the development of modernity. Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet with over 20 outstanding scholars from all over the world, including Partha Mitter the keynote speaker.
The conference is the culmination of three years' dialogue between the speakers who have met regularly throughout the AHRB-funded Modernity and National Identity in Art research project, run jointly by the University of the Arts London (Camberwell College of Arts and Chelsea College of Art and Design) and the University of Sussex.
Contact for tickets:
The Camberwell and Chelsea Short Course Unit on
020 7514 6313
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