Courbet’s Tent is about the locations and contexts of painting practice. Its premise is that paintings always have a double life: they may hold worlds within them, but at the same time may exist in places that change their perceived content.
This duality in painting, how its reception can be altered by location and context, is the key area of investigation in Courbet’s Tent. Proposals for essays, from practitioners, academics or anyone interested in this field, are welcomed.
Website: Courbet’s Tent