New guest blogger: Ben Street

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Thanks to Rosanna Flouty of the ICA Boston for all her colorful, engaging posts. Up next is Ben Street, who teaches Art History at Westminster School in central London and is a schools and family educator at the National Gallery and the Hayward Gallery. He is a former schools and family educator at MoMA and the Guggenheim Museum, New York. Ben writes on contemporary art in London for Artnet and is a lecturer for Art History Abroad, taking students on intensive summer courses in Italy on the history of art and architecture.

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  1. Laura says:

    I had the pleasure of taking my son to one of Ben’s workshops at the National Gallery and thought he was fantastic – so very much looking forward to reading this blog.

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  2. Marcello says:

    I am liking Ben Street much. He showered me and girlfriend the beautiness of the Gallery National in London without stopping for any reason. When does he eat, no?! He very passionate with words and pictures and make good long the show for all public comers. To find him, he wait often at left door entry with white shirt on. I recommend very well. Bravo!

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  3. Donna says:

    anyone connected to Art 21 has to be good.

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