Trajectories of Looking in Renaissance Painting: The Legacy of Daniel Arasse
Daniel Arasse, who died early in 2003, constitutes one of the most important figures of contemporary French Art History. Being first a student of Andrée Chastel (1912-1990) and then of Louis Marin (1931-1992), Arasse was part of a generation of important philosophers and art historians, such as Hubert Damisch (1928) and Georges Didi-Hubermann (1953-). Between 2001 and 2003 Arasse prepared and presented radio broadcast series in France Culture , which transformed him into a public figure that periodically delighted the audience with an intimate language and approach to visual art.
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Institución: Universidad Alberto HurtadoFacultad: Ciencias SocialesUnidad: Antropología