The primary aim of the Lieven Gevaert Centre (LGC) is the study of photography, art and visual culture in an interdisciplinary and international perspective. At the LGC, photography, art and visual culture is studied both at graduate level and at PhD level (including PhD’s in Curatorial Research related to this domain). In addition, the LGC aims at the realization of applied and contract research on specific projects linked to photography, art and visual culture.
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Radical design, design postmoderniste et nouveau design (1965-1990): Une trahison culturelle
When Art Turned Day-Glo: Marking the Impact of Daylight Fluorescent Materials in New York Art from the 60s and 70s
Art Against the Grain of Collective Sisyphus: The case of Allan Sekula's: Ship of Fools / The Dockers’ Museum (2010-2013)
L'événement, la preuve, le témoin: Figures du procès dans l'art contemporain
Art Against the Grain of “Collective Sisyphus”: The Case of Allan Sekula’s Ship of Fools / The Dockers’ Museum (2010-2013)
The historical development of research paradigms in modern art: artistic research as an endeavor inherent to the project of the Avant-Gardes
Masks, Drones, Digital Control: On the Disappearance of Face and Body in Contemporary Art and Visual Culture
Felix Culpa: Étude de l'erreur photographique en vue d'une réévaluation de la place du médium photographique dans l'art contemporain et la culture visuelle de 1960 à nos jours
Photography performing humor
Iconographies of the State Exception: The political relevance of contemporary art
The building of an image: Mexico portrayed in photographs at the turn of the twentieth century
Photofilmic images in contemporary art and visual culture
"Would it be paradoxical to say that Argentina is closer to Europe than the populous empire [Russia]?" A study of imaginative geographies in art critical thought in Argentina during the Belle Époque
In and out of Brussels: Aesthetics / Histories / Politics between Europe and Africa