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Said ten Brinke

Artist/Photographer, teacher in Maastricht

A Brief History of Polyptych Art

PRESENTED ON APR 09, 2015
IN MAASTRICHT @ VOL 26

In this presentation, Said ten Brinke explains the use of multi-panel works of art from early Renaissance to Andy Warhol. He then presents a series of self created photo-polyptychs.

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