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Grande-Bretagne, Association of Art Historians

Notice révisée le 09/08/2013
Cette association professionnelle, née en 1974, a été fondée pour promouvoir et aider les études en histoire de l’art, conçue au sens large. Elle regroupe à la fois les étudiants, les enseignants, les personnels scientifiques des musées et des chercheurs indépendants (que l’on peut retrouver par mot-clés dans le répertoire en ligne). Le site présente les multiples activités de cette association ainsi que son fonctionnement. La liste des liens en ligne est particulièrement utile pour les arts visuels, le cinéma, la photographie et l’art contemporain.

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