|Abstract||The essay analyses discrepancies within Giorgio Morandi's oeuvre between still life and landscape paintings. It turns to readings on spatiality from Martin Heidegger's 'Being and Time' to allow for re-interpretation of Morandi's work though, for example, the Heideggerian distinction between readiness-to-hand and presence-at-hand. The essay then considers how such approaches can apply to representations of architecture, and ends by feeding these back once again into the reading of Morandi's work.|
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