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Konstes fria studie : En undersökning av förändringarna i avgångselevernas examensutställningar vid Kungliga Konsthögskolan 1962-2011

By Charlotte Lidman


The aim of the essay is to examine how the student exhibitions of the Royal University college of Fine Arts in Stockholm has changed between 1962-2011, and what these changes can depend on. The questions are: What are the changes in the choice of examination work for the students of the Royal University college of Fine Arts, and what can they depend on? Is the school adjusting their education to the surrounding art world, and in what way is that noticeable? By studying the catalogs from the exhibitions, newspaper reviews and other literature, a shorter conclusion is given concerning the art world, the study situation and the student’s choices of examination works the affected years. The works has gone from being a submission of the study fields during the year, to becoming free projects where stories about important subjects are told. Pressures on the school from students and teachers to be able to keep up with the surrounding view of art in the society that is constantly changing, together with reforms and investigation has led to these changes

Topics: Royal University college of Fine Arts, Student exhibition, Graduate student, Exhibition catalog, Master students, The Royal Art Academy, Examination work, Art History, Konstvetenskap
Publisher: Uppsala universitet, Konstvetenskapliga institutionen
Year: 2013
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