Dr Alessandro Soranzo’s research referenced in Ars Technica feature on Mona Lisa’s smile

Picture of Alessandro Soranzo

Research led by Dr Alessandro Soranzo in 2015 looking to Mona Lisa’s smile has been referenced by Ars Technica, for a feature on the so-called ‘Mona Lisa Effect’. Dr Alessandro Soranzo is a Reader in Psychology within the Faculty of Development and Society at Sheffield Hallam University. Alessandro’s research interests are in the field of visual cognition and in particular colour perception, […]

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An exhibition about painting (in some aspect) – ‘Malevolent Eldritch Shrieking’ features past and present staff and students, opens in Sheffield on 24 March 2018

Title and info taken from Malevolent Eldritch Shrieking flyer

Malevolent Eldritch Shrieking is an exhibition of painting in its broadest sense. Curated by SHU alumni artist Paul Morrison and located at his Attercliffe™ space in Sheffield, the exhibition presents works by more than 90 artists including many past and present staff and students from Sheffield Hallam. The salon style exhibition is a large diverse international salon-style multi-generational exhibition about […]

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Prof Keith Wilson’s co-curated exhibition: Block Party shows Peter Krashes’ paintings in New York’s James Gallery (Reviews)

Summer Streets by Peter Krashes

Block Party: an exhibition linking the practices of painting and of activism points out the problematic of actions that can be consumed, ignored, and considered irrelevant by those in official political power through displaying the work of Peter Krashes. This show attracted a number of favourable reviews which available on the links below: 1) Huffington Post, 25 October 2017. Reviewed by G. Roger […]

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