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ENCOUNTERS, EXPERIENCES & MEETINGS Chance, situations that inspire, dramatic changes
ANDY GOLDSWORTHY. ANTONY GORMELY, RICHARD LONG, PAUL NASH, RICHARD SERRA, NIKKI DE SAINT PHALLE… BERNARD LEACH INTRODUCTION
FINE ART: PHYSICAL COLLISIONS VASILY VERESSHCHAGIN GRAHAM SUTHERLAND HOWARD BRODIE THEODORE GERICAULT MAGGI HAMBLING
FINE ART: LARGE MEETING AREAS THE UNILEVER SERIES AT TATE MODERN ANISH KAPOOR OLAFUR ELISASSON LOUISE BOURGEIOUS AI WEIWEI
FINE ART: REINTERPRETED WORKS OF ART GUSTAVE COURBET V PETER BLAKE FRANCIS BACON
FINE ART: PLEIN AIR CLAUDE MONET BERTHE MORISOT BARBIZON SCHOOL KEN HOWARD
FINE ART: RACE MEETINGS EDGAR DEGAS AUGUSTE RODIN HENRI TOULOUS-LATREC BILL JACKLIN
3D: MEMORIES PETER BLAKE, JOSEPH CORNEL, MARK DION
3D: INTERIORS EDWARD HOPPER, VIHELM HAMMERSHOI,
PSYCHO BUILDINGS RACHEL WHITREAD ERNESTO NETO THOMAS SARACENO
3D: SET DESIGN
POTOGRAPHY: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS
POTOGRAPHY: SPORTS BOB MARTIN DAVE BLACK
POTOGRAPHY: TECHNICAL CONTROL SEBASTIAO SALGADO MARTIN COLE MICK WILLIAMSON
PHOTOGRAPHY: ABSTRACT SHAPES MARCEL DUCAMP MAX HATTLER DAMIEN HIRST
TEXTILES: FORMAL DRESS
TEXTILE DESIGN: SENSATION OF FABRICS MERET OPPENHEIM HUSSEIN CHALAYAN CRAIG FISHER CLEAS OLDENBURG
TEXTILES: EXOTIC TRIPS
GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION: RAILWAY STATIONS
GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION: OLYMPICS
GRAPHI COMMUNICATION: GRAPHIC CAMPAIGNS DAVID GENTLEMAN, RICHARD MADDOX, NICHOLAS JENKINS
GRAPIC COMMUNICATION: A PICTUR PAINTS A THOUSAND WORDS GOYA, GILLRAY, ALAN MOORE, ART SPIEGELMAN, NEIL GARMAN
CRITICAL AND CONTEXTUAL STUDIES: ENCOUNTERS WITH CULTURE
CRITICAL AND CONTEXTUAL STUDIES: LIVE ART ANTONY GORMLEY
CRITICAL AND CONTEXTUAL STUDIES: clashes between personalities JAMES WHISTLER STUCKESTS, PAUL HARVEY
CRITICAL AND CONTEXTUAL STUDIES: TRAUMATIC ENCOUNTERS FRIDA KAHLO LOVIS CORINTH NICHOLAS POPE,CHUCK CLOSE
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