Review: Aby Warburg’s Bilderatlas Mnemosyne at Berlin’s Haus der Kulturan der Welt and Online

Aby Warburg’s Bilderatlas Mnemosyne is a show consisting almost entirely of reproductions. A tattered, frenetic display of nearly a thousand images of paintings, coins and sculpture, sketches, pages torn from books, stamps, adverts and family trees. Named after Mnemosyne, goddess of memory, this vast map of images traces the roots…

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Francesca Ramsay

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Somewhat lackadaisical art historian. Freelance arts writer and editor. Very often not writing about art. Let’s talk: www.francescaramsay.co.uk

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