Volume 2, no. 3 (2010)
Jocelyn Anderson, Katherine Faulkner, Jacopo Galimberti, Roo Gunzi, Jack Hartnell, Sara Knelman
‘Mere Gothique heaps of stone’? Uses and Abuses of the ‘Gothic’ in James Ralph’s Critical Review
Melancholy and Memory in the Work of Dante Gabriel Rosetti
1870-71. Peredvizhniki: Whats in a Name?
‘Byzantine Art in Islamic Garb’? Christian Influences in an image of The Birth of Mohammad
The Art Market and the Art Historian
The Urges of Rebellion and Resistance: An interview with Antioni Negri
Money and Attention on the Global Art Scene
Julian Stallabrass in conversation with Malcolm Bull
Cover Art: Over the Town, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz
Wolfe von Lenkiewicz (born in 1966), is a British artist based in London. He is known for his artistic reconfigurations of well-known imageries from art history and visual culture to create ambiguous compositions that question art historical discourses. He lives and works in London.
Wolfe von Lenkiewicz was born in Dartmoor, England in 1966 to Celia Norman and the British painter Robert Lenkiewicz. He is of German-Polish-Jewish descent, with his great-grandfather being Baron von Schlossberg, court painter to King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Lenkiewicz was educated at University of York graduating in 1989 with a degree in Philosophy and specialising in Contemporary Epistemology.