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The Camera and Classical Art

FRS 122

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Ever since the invention of the camera, photographers have been compelled to photograph ancient Greek and Roman art. More recently, artists working with photography and writing have drawn on ancient Greek and Roman cultures to create sublime work that addresses utterly contemporary issues. In this class we will explore the almost two-century long interaction between photography and ancient Greek and Roman art.
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Section S01