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When sculpture became more than “something you bump into when you back up to look at a painting”’. Christopher R. Marshall (ed.), Sculpture and the Museum, Ashgate 2011

Author(s): Antonia Boström

Journal: Journal of Art Historiography
ISSN 2042-4752

Volume: 7;
Start page: 7;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: sculpture | museums | display | Possagno | Museum of Fine Arts | Boston | Tate Britain | Tate Modern

This article is a review of a volume of essays based on the papers delivered at a conference on display held at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds in 2007. The publication forms part of the HMI’s series, SUBJECT/OBJECT: NEW STUDIES IN SCULPTURE. The individual studies cover a broad spectrum of sculpture collections over a two-hundred-year period, and remind the reader of the importance that sculpture has occupied in museum displays since the advent of the public museum, whether installed in discrete sculpture galleries, or integrated into a contextualized installation together with paintings and applied art.

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