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T.J. Clark, ‘If These Apples Should Fall’, in conversation with Jonathan P. Watts

Celebrated art historian T.J. Clark discusses his new book ‘If These Apples Should Fall: Cézanne and the Present’ (Thames and Hudson Ltd., 2022) at Josey, Norwich with gallery co-director Jonathan P. Watts. The event took place in front of a live audience on Wednesday 19 October 2022. Copies of Clark’s book were provided by Theread more

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Naomi Pearce: ‘Innominate’ (Moist, 2023)

Innominate is a hybrid novella – part auto-fiction, part historical mystery – that is the culmination of seven years of research by Naomi Pearce into the undervalued and forgotten work of female administrators in London’s artist-led organisations of the 1970s. Set around a post-industrial factory in the East End’s London Fields, the novella’s structure comesread more