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Beth Harland

Beth Harland is an artist, professor of fine art and director of Insight, a research unit at Lancaster University. She has exhibited and curated widely internationally, and has been awarded a number of artist residencies, most recently an iAIR residency at RMIT, Melbourne (2016). Her recent publications include a four-volume work, Painting: Critical and Primary Sources, Bloomsbury (2015), and a series of articles linked to the research project ‘Modes of Address in Pictorial Art’ in collaboration with psychologists at the Centre for Vision and Cognition, University of Southampton published in Leonardo (2014), Art and Perception (2016) and Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts (2017). She is on the editorial board of the Journal of Contemporary Painting.


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