nstitut Français’ first festival focussing on art history leads with three days of debates, discussions, film screenings and student presentations plus an artbook fair. Experts will examine the role of museums, fakes and authenticity, the influence of collectors, national identities and the future of art history. Guest speakers include Tate Britain’s director Penelope Curtis, Jacqueline Lichtenstein, a professor of aesthetics and the philosophy of art at Université Paris-Sorbonne and Oxford University’s professor of the history of art, Martin Kemp. Visit www.viewfestival.co.uk for further information on who will be appearing and individual event timings.
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