Poltern’s Newsletter
Oxford HoA MSt
Created 01 Feb 2021
Confronting Issues in Art History

Latest Posts

Poltern Newsletter 017
06 Aug 2022
Welcome to the seventeenth Poltern Newsletter 📨 This month’s issue includes a feature of the ongoing Columbia MFA Show, Otherwise, written by Anna Ghadar and featuring a note from the curator, Polter...
Poltern Newsletter 016
03 Jun 2022 1
Welcome to the sixteenth Poltern Newsletter 📨 This month’s issue includes a press release for the ongoing exhibition, Destinations/Departures (April 28 - 14), curated by Poltern’s own Victoria Horroc...
Poltern Newsletter 015
24 Mar 2022 1
Welcome to the fifteenth Poltern Newsletter 📨 This month’s issue includes a piece on assemblage and symbolism prompted by the haunting work of Arturo Kameya, written by Darcy Lannen Olmstead; a hybri...
Poltern Newsletter 014
28 Jan 2022
Welcome to the fourteenth Poltern Newsletter. This month’s issue includes a pertinent and playful list of exhibtion-related trend predictions for the new year written by Hannah Kressel; a compassionat...
Poltern Newsletter 013
18 Dec 2021
Welcome to the thirteenth Poltern Newsletter. This month’s issue includes a reflection on time and place prompted by Titian’s Transfiguration written by Henry Woodland; an excerpt of an article on the...

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