Courtauld Institute of Art lecturer Edwin Coomasaru gives a special tour of Masculinities: Liberation through Photography.
Edwin Coomasaru is an associate lecturer at the Courtauld Institute of Art, researching the politics of gender, sexuality and race in twenty-first-century art and visual culture. He was awarded a fellowship for the project ‘Taking Back Control’? Gendering Brexit’s Visual Culture. He has contributed to the Irish Times, Irish Studies Review and the Irish Review and is co-founder of the Courtauld’s Gender and Sexuality Research Group.
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We take a look at how musicians have dealt with the subject of masculinity to celebrate our upcoming exhibition Masculinities: Liberation through Photography.
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