Research fellows 1998
Each year our fellowship programme enables artists and researchers to develop their work.
In 1998 our visiting fellows included Becky Beasley, Andrew Cross, John Haldane and Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius.
Sculpture as Photography
Andrew Cross was concerned with the way in which some sculpture functions like a photograph, focusing especially on Charles Ray and the question of scale in contemporary West Coast American sculpture.
Professor of Philosophy, University of St Andrews
The Art of Journeying
John Haldane, who has collected the work of Richard Long over three decades, took up his fellowship to explore further the idea of journeying in the work of Long, Hamish Fulton and David Tremlett.
Since his fellowship, Haldane has published a range of articles on these artists, including the entry on Tremlett in the Institute’s publication Sculpture in 20th-century Britain: A Guide to Sculptors in the Leeds Collections (2003).
The Double Role of Henry Moore, as Enemy and Master, in post-war Poland
Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius considers her fellowship to be a turning point in her professional career, encouraging and making possible a new strand of her research.
She spent her fellowship working on Henry Moore’s participation in the competition jury for the Auschwitz Memorial, developing her interest in relationships between British/Western art and Polish/Eastern European art.