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British Art 1600-1735: Close Readings

Friday 20 May 2011, 10.00AM

Focusing on the detailed study of works of art, the conference is designed to open up new perspectives on their place within British culture. Speakers will concentrate on a particular object, or small set of objects, from the period, which will be discussed in relation to one or more of the broader strands that are being explored by the 'Court, Country, City: British Art 1660-1735' project.

Location: Clore Auditorium, Tate Britain

Admission: The conference is free, but you must register to attend. Email, or write to CECS (Tate Conference), The King's Manor, University of York, Exhibition Square, YORK YO1 7EP with your name, address and affiliation if any. Please note that delegates will need to provide their own lunch. Free tea will be available at the two breaks.