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  • Muenchner Jahrbuch der bildenden Kunst, 3. Folge, Bd. 65, 2014 - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Ostfries des Parthenon 7 Thomas Noll Zur Interpretation von Michelangelos Kruzifixus für Vittoria Colonna und Marcello Venustis Kreuzigung anlässlich einer neu aufgefundenen Kopie von Venustis Komposition 29 Monika Meine Schawe Das verschwundene Museum Die Kunst und Lehrsammlung der Akademie der bildenden Künste in München Teil II Darstellung Katalog Verzeichnisse 59 Peter Volk Neu entdeckte Entwürfe von Ignaz Günther für die Portale der Münchner Frauenkirche 225 Miszellen Helga Müller Schnepper Der

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  • Images as Agents (Kiel, 28-30 Jan 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    in a Post Colonial Buddhist Society 18 00 Empfang 19 00 Abendvortrag Andreas Pribersky Bildästhetiken des Politischen VorBildHandeln Strategien globaler visueller Repräsentation am Beispiel Wladimir Putins Freitag 29 1 2016 9 30 13 00 Moderation Christiane Kruse 9 30 Alberto Saviello Kultbilder als Agenten in der katholischen Indienmission der Frühen Neuzeit 10 30 Anja Grebe Zwischen Konflikt und Toleranz Transkulturelle Bildpraktiken im Mughal Reich 11 30 12 00 Pause 12 00 Amrei Buchholz Die Entdeckung von El Dorado politische Handlungsräume der Karte 13 00 14 30 Mittagspause 14 30 16 30 Moderation Gertrud Hüwelmeier 14 30 Vladimir Janchevski Images again st Challenging Art Practices as Critical IconologY 15 30 Analays Alvarez Hernandez Armenian Genocide Memorials as Agents of Change in Diaspora the Khatchkars march in France 16 30 17 00 Pause 17 00 19 00 Moderation Christiane Kruse 17 00 Britta Hochkirchen Kunstausstellungen als politische Agenten 18 00 Birgit Hopfener Art and transformation Qiu Zhijie s concept of art as a self technique Sonnabend 30 1 2016 9 30 13 00 Moderation Birgit Mersmann 9 30 Pamela C Scorzin Wars with the Eyewitness Image 10 30 Kerstin Schankweiler Bilderpolitiken und Affekt in den Social Media 11 30 12 00 Pause

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  • Visualität und Abstraktion (Hamburg, 5-6 Feb 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    und Körpern Es gilt das Prozessieren und Konstellieren von digitaler Visualität näher zu spezifizieren etwa in der Umwandlung von Daten in visuelle Information und von Information in Bildwissen unter Berücksichtigung der herrschaftsförmigen wie ebenso der emanzipativen Potenziale in Technik Wissenschaft und Kunst Die wissenschaftlich künstlerischen Beiträge des Symposiums umfassen drei sich überschneidende Themenkomplexe Unter Daten sehen werden optische Apparate als Prozessoren von Gesichtetem untersucht Karten schreiben richtet die Aufmerksamkeit auf die Normierung von Körpern wie auf die Kolonialisierung von Territorien und unter Muster erkennen wird Identifizieren als Form der Abstraktion problematisiert Freitag 5 Februar 2016 Daten sehen Moderation Christian Blumberg und Vera Tollmann 14 00 14 20 Hanne Loreck Begrüßung und Einführung 14 20 15 00 Kerstin Schroedinger Zürich London Performance Matters of practices doings actions 15 00 15 40 Simon Rothöhler Bochum Bilddaten verteilen 15 40 16 00 Pause 16 00 16 40 Roland Meyer Berlin Karlsruhe Operative Porträts Gesichter der Gesichtserkennung 1970 2014 16 40 17 20 Toni Hildebrandt Bern Rom Grammateion Strata und Black Box Zum Apriorismus von Darstellbarkeit durch Abstraktion 17 20 18 00 Diskussionsrunde 19 00 20 00 Judith Raum Berlin Performance bin der ansicht dass streik nützlich 2015 Moderation Peter Müller Samstag 6 Februar 2016 Karten schreiben Moderation Joachim Glaser und Merle Radtke 10 00 10 40 Marietta Kesting Berlin Wien Identifizierung Vermessung und Mapping von Körpern 10 40 11 20 Verena Kuni Frankfurt am Main Camouflage und Mimikry Ästhetiken und Politiken der Un Sichtbarkeit in den Abstraktionen digitaler Kartografie 11 20 11 40 Pause 11 20 12 00 Erich Pick Hamburg Spline n Splice Das Ä und Ö postdekonstruktivistischer Architektur 12 00 12 45 Diskussionsrunde 12 45 14 00 Mittagspause Muster lesen Moderation Joke Janssen und Anna Tautfest 14 00 14 40 knowbotiq Zürich kotomisi un inform 14 40 15 20 Karolin Meunier

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  • Association of Print Scholars: Workshop & Article Prize - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    printmaking MFA alumni The second day will focus on lithography The workshop will be led by Brian Shure Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director in Printmaking at RISD and a former master printer at Crown Point Press The number of participants will be limited to ensure a hands on experience with each demonstration and access to individualized attention Who Graduate students currently enrolled in art history visual culture or material culture doctoral programs in the United States or early career professionals who graduated within the last ten years Applicants must be members of APS Fees Participants will be responsible for travel expenses to Providence and lodging Stipends will be offered by application to offset these costs for those without institutional support Application To apply please submit the following documents a brief statement 500 words or less describing your research and how it would be enriched by this workshop a current CV one letter of reference sent directly to info at printscholars org a proposed budget for your expenses only required if you would like to be considered for a stipend Please send your application as a single PDF attachment to info at printscholars org with the subject line Providence printmaking workshop Applications are due by January 31 2016 Applicants will be notified by February 15 2016 This workshop is sponsored by a generous grant from The Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason Foundation 2 Call for Applications The Schulman and Bullard Article Prize The Association of Print Scholars invites applications for the Schulman and Bullard Article Prize The Prize is given annually to an article published by an early career scholar that features compelling and innovative research on prints or printmaking The award which carries a 2 000 prize is generously sponsored by Susan Schulman and Carolyn Bullard Following the mission

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  • Negotiating Art (London, 1-2 Apr 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    are limited and subject to advance booking PANEL TWO SHAPING THE COLLECTION 2 Chair FLAMINIA GENNARI SANTORI Gallerie d Arte Antica di Roma 2pm LUKAS CLADDERS Basel Museum University of Heidelberg The Kunsthistorisches Museum s failed attempt to acquire Duccio s Gualino Madonna 1920 1923 2 20pm INGE REIST The Frick Collection The Frick After Frick Trustee Acquisitions and the Art Market 2 40pm ALEX TAYLOR Tate British dealers and American art at the Tate Gallery 3pm Discussion 3 30pm Tea coffee break PANEL THREE DEALER MUSEUM INTERACTION Chair MARK WESTGARTH University of Leeds 4pm discussion panel with MICHAEL TOLLEMACHE Society of London Art Dealers JULIAN AGNEW Julian Agnew Fine Art Ltd CLIFF SCHORER Thos Agnew s Ltd Speaker tbc 5pm Discussion 5 30pm Close of Day One 5 30 6 30pm Reception Saturday 2 April 10am Registration PANEL FOUR DEALERS AS EXPERTS Chair LYNN CATTERSON Columbia University 10 15am IMOGEN TEDBURY National Gallery Courtauld Institute Difficult Dealings Robert Langton Douglas and the National Gallery 10 35am CATHERINE SCALLEN Case Western Reserve University Bode and Duveen Authority Expertise and the Art Market 10 55am FRANCES FOWLE Scottish National Gallery University of Edinburgh Dubious Dealings and issues of connoisseurship David Croal Thomson and the curious case of M Mégret and the The Haybinders 11 15am Tea coffee break 11 45am ALISON CLARKE National Gallery University of Liverpool The air of connoisseurship The National Gallery versus Agnew s 12 05pm PAUL TUCKER Università degli Studi di Firenze Charles Fairfax Murray 1849 1919 his Relations with Public Museums and with the Dealer Thomas Agnew and Sons 12 25pm ANDREA MEYER Technische Universität Berlin On the Overlapping of Curating and Dealing The Foundation of the German Museums Association in 1917 12 45pm Discussion 1 15pm Lunch not provided Opportunity to visit the National Gallery

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  • H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H-ArtHist (4-11 Jan 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    jobs job display php id 52412 Aga Khan Museum Curator http www h net org jobs job display php id 52413 American University Beirut Art Historian Ancient Medieval Renaissance or Baroque periods with additional specialization in Museum Studies and History of Collections http www h net org jobs job display php id 52397 Deutsches Forum fur Kunstgeschichte Paris Wiss Hilfskraft 24 Std wöchentlich http www h net org jobs job

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  • ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    23 Apr 16 Adrian R Duran 18 dic 2015 REV The Dialogic City Berlin wird Berlin Reviewed by Tino Mager 18 dic 2015 STIP Terra Foundation Visiting Professorships Freie Universität Berlin Lucy Pike 18 dic 2015 CFP Performance und Architektur in der Fotografie Berlin 7 8 Apr 16 Constance Krüger 17 dic 2015 CFP L art et l argent Paris 20 21 May 16 Marion Duquerroy 17 dic 2015 CFP InVisible Culture Border Crossings No 26 Victoria Gao 17 dic 2015 CONF Medieval Tombs and their Spatial Contexts Tübingen 18 20 Feb 16 Prof Dr Francine Giese Prof Dr Markus Thome 17 dic 2015 CFP Re bus A journal of Art History Theory Call for Articles David Murrieta Flores 16 dic 2015 TOC Object No 17 2015 Mechthild Fend 16 dic 2015 JOB Akademische r Rat Rätin a Z Richard Hoppe Sailer 16 dic 2015 TOC Zeitschrift Fotogeschichte Heft 138 2015 Fotografie und Medizin Redaktion Fotogeschichte 15 dic 2015 CFP AANS Imagining the Low Lands Ann Arbor 3 4 Jun 16 Amy Golahny 15 dic 2015 JOB H Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H ArtHist 7 14 Dec 15 H ArtHist Redaktion 15 dic 2015 CFP Convocatoria Artefacto visual

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  • Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und Allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft, Bd. 60, Heft 2 - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    verbindet Zum Verhältnis von Ästhetik Sozialphilosophie und Geschichte Christian Grüny Hermeneutik in Bewegung Meg Stuarts Tanzstück Built to last und das Verstehen der Musik Thorn R Kray Nothing Left to See Arnold Gehlen on Why Contemporary Art Needs Commentary Ian Verstegen Britsch s Lesson Synthetic Cubism as Gestalt Perception Robert Kirstein Ficta et Facta Reflexionen über den Realgehalt der Dinge bei Ovid Rahel Villinger Form und Mimesis Elemente frühromantischer Kunsttheorie

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