How podcasts are changing the way we engage with art online … and offline: An interview with the Art History Babes.

In a series of interviews, Mayanne Soret explores the world of art history podcasts. Here, she introduces the series and shares some thoughts on her own introduction to the world of podcasting. You can read Mayanne’s introduction to the series here. This is one of a series of articles that were commissioned in January 2018 in association with For…

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Girls on Pod: How podcasts are changing the way we engage with art online… and offline

In a series of interviews, Mayanne Soret explores the world of art history podcasts. Here, she introduces the series and shares some thoughts on her own introduction to the world of podcasting. This is one of a series of articles that were commissioned in January 2018 in association with For Art History, but due to some unforeseen circumstances, have…

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Boybands and Ephebe

Depictions of the ephebe, a youth caught in the transition from puberty to Greek civic manhood, dominated images of Greek culture and desire throughout the periods now known as the Archaic and Classical and remain the defining images of Greek art in Western understanding. In Ancient Greece, youth and beauty were key elements in the…

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New Biblical Verses for the Second Salomé

Kim! There’s people that are dying!” — Kourtney Kardashian to her sister Kimberly, upon the loss of Kim’s $75,000 diamond earring on a Bora Bora vacation, 2011.   O SILICONE CONCUBINE, HEIRESS DISOWNED, DID YOU MIND THAT WE LAUGHED AT YOUR ANGUISH? RESONATING THROUGH PALACE LIKE TWO GLIDING CYMBALS HELD BETWEEN FINGER AND THUMB O…

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