Trending Gothics


In the ‘Gothic Modern’ frame …  bold insights into art, cultural encounter and memory-making – discover Gothic afterlives; Gothic cultural identities on the move … Gothic visual cultures as national belonging; uncanny artistic doubles … rooted and migrating communities … new angles on Gothic modern Nordic noir, and MORE — destination Rijksmuseum, 29-30 June… Be part of it!juliet 1juliet 2

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Gothic Panic and Play

Don’t miss this fantastic event. If you’re unable to make it, keep an eye on for upcoming networks/publications.


Upcoming Gothic Modernisms conference, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

 Don’t miss out on the latest…  Gothic panic and play in architecture, uncanny interiors, revivals and alterities, neo-Gothic cathedrals in SE Asia, reimagined nationalisms, Nordic heritage expeditions, Gothic passion;  disruptive spectral identities, Motor-Flight, Virgin-Dynamos and travelling Gothics; avant-gardes in war-time, and more…

29/30 June 2017 – don’t miss out: book now!

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Gothic Modernisms – Amsterdam event — GOTHIC MODERNISMS

Are you visiting Amsterdam 29/30 June? If you’re looking for an exciting cultural event, here is Gothic Modernisms – an EXCITING 2-day international conference at the Rijksmuseum. All welcome! A fantastic student discount is available and conference fee includes museum entry, great speakers, masterclass and refreshments with a closing drinks reception at the Van Gogh Museum. […]

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The Association of Art Historians

I am speaking at this year’s annual Association of Art Historians conference (April 2017). My paper is titled ‘Female Patrons in a Masculine Economy: The Decreasing Visibility of Women Artists on the UK Market’.  This was selected by the Director of Christies New York for the panel Gendering Patronage: Women Artists and the Contemporary Art Market.  Please contact for further details or an abstract.