T.J. Clark

T.J. ClarkSpotlight:

  • Expertise: The field of art history, poetry, artists and politics in France, Marxism, examining modern paintings as an articulation of the social and political conditions of modern life
  • Taught art history in a number of universities in England and the United States, including Harvard and the University of California, Berkeley
  • Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of York
  • Publishers Weekly calls Picasso and Truth a Top Title in Art for 2013
  • Recognized with a Mellon Foundation Distinguished Achievement Award in 2005
  • Awarded the College Art Association’s Distinguished Teaching of Art History Award in 1991
  • Obtained a first-class honours undergraduate degree from St. John’s College, Cambridge University in 1964
  • Received a Ph.D. in art history from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London in 1973
  • Author of Picasso and Truth: From Cubism to Guernica


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