THE WORLD ACCORDING TO COLOUR
What is colour? What does it mean? And how has it shaped our art and history? In this talk, Cambridge art historian and BBC broadcaster James Fox explores the extraordinary history of colour, from cave paintings all the way through to contemporary art.
Diving deep into the colours of black, red, yellow, blue, white, purple and green, he'll range across the world and through time, to reveal the meanings that have been attached to the colours we see around us and the ways these have influenced our culture and imagination.
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