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  • ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Ecologies Aesthetics and Histories of Art Florenz 14 15 Dec 15 Sugata Ray 13 dic 2015 CFP Navigating the Metamodern York 19 20 Mar 16 Erika Ashley Couto 13 dic 2015 TOC Post Digital Culture a publication platform Dr Cornelia Lund 13 dic 2015 JOB Lehrstuhl für digitale Medien Universität Witten Herdecke Dirk Baecker 12 dic 2015 STIP Hillwood Estate Museum Gardens Scholar in Residence Program Wilfried Zeisler 12 dic 2015 WWW New Art Historical Resources on the Web H ArtHist Redaktion 12 dic 2015 JOB Full Professor Art History Urbanism Ann Sophie Lehmann 12 dic 2015 JOB Universitätsassistent in Postdoc Universität Wien Raphael Rosenberg 12 dic 2015 CFP Sizing the artistic gesture Paris 29 Jun 1 Jul 16 Christine Vial Kayser 12 dic 2015 ANN Series of Lectures on Soviet Film Dr Natalia Murray 11 dic 2015 TOC Efímera Revista Vol 6 7 2015 EFÍMERA REVISTA 11 dic 2015 TOC American Ceramic Circle Journal Volume XVIII Vanessa Sigalas 11 dic 2015 CFP 2016 Mid America College Art Association Conference Call for Session Proposals Karla Huebner 11 dic 2015 CFP Music Art and Philosophy in Dialogue Bern 20 21 May 16 Daniel Allenbach 10 dic 2015 STIP Kress Fellowships at

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  • Studies on Art and Architecture, 2015, no. 3/4 - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Ivar Leimus Der Marienaltar der Bruderschaft der Schwarzenhäupter vor dem Hintergrund des Wertes der abgebildeten Luxusgüter Mustpeade vennaskonna Maarja retaabel kujutatud luksusesemete hinnalisuse foonil pp 49 85 Ants Hein Tallinna hiliskeskaegne ehituskoolkond ja Oleviste kirik The Style of Construction in Late Medieval Tallinn Reval and St Olav s Church pp 86 114 Kristina Jõekalda Art History in Nineteenth Century Estonia Scholarly Endeavours in the Context of an Emerging Discipline Kunstiteadus 19 sajandi Eestis Teaduslikkuse püüdlused formeeruva distsipliini taustal pp 115 149 Virve Sarapik How to Write Soviet Estonian Art History Three Attempts from Stalinism through the Khrushchev Thaw and Beyond Kuidas kirjutada Eesti nõukogude kunstiajalugu kolm katset pp 150 172 Indrek Rünkla Architecture as a Practice of Articulation Arhitektuur kui liigendamise praktika pp 173 191 FOCUS Sven Olov Wallenstein Biopoliitika ja modernse arhitektuuri sünd Translation of Biopolitics and the Emergence of Modern Architecture by Ingrid Ruudi pp 193 221 For abstracts and further data see http ktu kty ee index php lang eng cont 3 id page Kunstiteaduslikke Uurimusi Studies on Art and Architecture is a peer reviewed journal of art history and visual culture published by the Estonian Society of Art Historians and Curators Editor in Chief Virve Sarapik

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  • Carl Einstein Re-Visited (Karlsruhe, 10-12 Nov 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    wrote about contemporary art As an art critic wielding a sharp pen Carl Einstein accompanied relevant movements of contemporary art such as Expressionism Cubism Constructivism and Surrealism and was an influential figure within the German art scene of the 1920s Einstein s work comprises literary essays and texts of art criticism studies of art history and art historiography letters and interview recordings that reveal both the tension of his epoch and his individual expression The University of Art and Design Karlsruhe HfG the Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe ZKM the Literary Society Karlsruhe and the Carl Einstein Society will host a conference on Carl Einstein in November 2016 to be held for the first time in the town of his youth The conference asks about the potential of Einstein s writing his contemporary influences and the aftermath of his work in literature and art history It was thirty years ago in 1986 that Klaus H Kiefer organized the first symposium on Einstein in Bayreuth The anthology Historiographie der Moderne 2016 sheds light on Carl Einstein Paul Klee and Robert Walser their works and the history of their literary reception as exemplary objects of a transnational and intermedial art historiography We would like to evaluate the latest research approaches towards Einstein s prose and his relations to art and politics Contributions should deal with the following topics a Autobiography and Individual Style Carl Einstein as poet and autodidactic writer the colloquium aims to focus on the autobiographical texts by Carl Einstein particularly the fragmentary text Beb II which to date has largely been neglected by scholarship With regard to the venue the question of a repressed Karlsruhe avant garde could be raised Where are the points of references to other similar autobiographies Which influential readings and which contemporary authors can be compared to Carl Einstein s different creative periods How can aesthetic political and philosophical terms be traced in the biography of Einstein s work What is the nature of the translation problems e g between the German and the French versions the history of literary reception has to deal with How does Einstein s personality appear in his correspondence and where can we track changes b Art Criticism Carl Einstein as art critic from a contemporary perspective What rhetoric does Einstein apply to address protagonists in the contemporary art scenes of Berlin and Paris how does he support or reject particular art movements Which concerns mark Einstein s writings about European and Non European art and how does he argue How differently has Einstein s critique been received by gallerists art historians or museum executives Against the background of a much touted crisis of critique the question of how to write the history of artistic modernity may be productively reiterated c Ideology Carl Einstein as ideologist His critique of the individual in Die Fabrikation der Fiktionen as well as the longing for collectivity that was rooted in the avant garde movements up to the 1930s require a rigorous examination How far did avant garde merge with anti modernisms Which questions of mythology and power do Einstein s writings pose His support for communist and anarchist utopias saw him join revolutionary movements e g the Republican forces of the Spanish Civil War against the fascist allies In which form do political concerns critique of the regime and strategic proposals for a future society appear in Einstein s texts and interviews To which contemporary i e early twentieth century positions of cultural criticism does Einstein relate How can this discourse be distinguished from the reactionary modernism Jeffrey Herf 1984 of the Weimar Republic where entanglements of anti modernisms and modernist aesthetics and technology may also be found d Globalization Carl Einstein as cosmopolitan In Einstein s lifetime terms like world art or ars una von der Heydt tell of an early modernist struggle for an equal reception of artworks and artifacts from all over the world Which universal approach lies behind such a proto globalized gaze upon transcultural relations within the arts and is there a valid comparison with the contemporary discourse of global art The history of colonialism and European imperialism play an important role in the discussion as Einstein was already aware But prior to any political aspect style and rhetoric are predominant in Einstein s publications How can the contemporary global dimension of art theory and curatorial practice be retrospectively compared with Einstein s perspective and his discovery of non European art and culture How have recent exhibitions reflected on the legacy of Carl Einstein in art history We invite established and junior researchers to submit proposals relating to the topics of the colloquium mentioned above All approaches literary art historical linguistic sociological or cultural studies are welcome We explicitly invite presentations from an international perspective and from a diversity of research disciplines Presentations should not exceed 30 minutes A discussion will follow each paper Conference languages are German English and French Please send abstracts of max 3000 characters and a short CV by February 8th 2016 to the following email address carleinstein2016 at gmail com There is no conference fee However we ask all participants including those not presenting to register The presenters will be reimbursed for their travel expenses subject to a successful bid for conference funding We plan to provide a final programme in May 2016 Organization and contact Maria Männig asmmaennig at hfg karlsruhe de Sebastian Baden sbaden at hfg karlsruhe de Research associates in the department of Art Research and Media Theory at Universty of Arts and Design Karlsruhe Lorenzstraße 15 D 76185 Karlsruhe http www hfg karlsruhe de Carl Einstein Society Societé Carl Einstein e V Current committee Dr Nicola Creighton Trinity College Dublin Dr Andreas Michel Rose Hulman Institute of Technology Terre Haute Prof Dr Hubert Roland F R S FNRS Université catholique de Louvain hubert roland at uclouvain be http www carleinstein org gesellschaft Version française Le poète critique d art faiseur d expositions et activiste politique Carl Einstein 1895

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  • Session at ASA (Denver, 17-29 Nov 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    also rival home leading us to believe public art and memorials are the material imprint of a false consciousness anywhere and everywhere but home By examining historical cultural and intellectual dynamics of home this panel will theorize home and its complicated relationship to public art and memorials In what ways are complex histories of home conveyed and represented in the public sphere Are there instances when public art has the capacity to remember time place and people while also attending to constantly changing audiences How do public art and memorials located in civic centers and community green spaces envision home whether home is nostalgic romantic absent or even violent Are public art and memorials in nature preserves reserves such as national state and indigenous parks distinct from urban and suburban sites in their articulation of home Whether public art and memorials are commissioned and sanctioned by municipalities governments or private foundations cultural and countercultural organizations or impromptu this panel encourages a visual studies and art historical conversation querying histories and narratives of home in the public sphere If you re interested in forming a panel please email John Michael H Warner jwarne26 at kent edu mailto jwarne26 at kent edu

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11907 (2016-02-12)
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  • Ästhetik des Stillstands (Düsseldorf, 28-30 Jan 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    klären worin die Faszination ästhetischer Formen des Stillstandes des Anhaltens und Anstauens der Pause oder Unterbrechung der Langeweile oder leeren Erwartung besteht und unter welchen Umständen diese Formen politisch explosiv wirken können PROGRAMM Donnerstag 28 1 2016 Aula der Kunstakademie 14 00 14 30 Rektorin Rita McBride Einführung Ludger Schwarte 14 30 16 30 Moderation Jörn Schlaff Barbara Gronau Performing Stasis Adrian Heathfield Caretakers of Nowhen 16 30 17 00 Pause 17 00 19 00 Moderation Martina Dobbe Erika Fischer Lichte The Latency of the Political in Max Reinhardt s Mass Spectacles Oliver Marchart The aesthetics of conflict agitating propagating organizing Freitag 29 1 2016 Aula der Kunstakademie Einführung Reinhold Görling 10 00 12 00 Moderation Francesca Raimondi Ludger Schwarte Kunst in Zeiten politischer Stagnation Christoph Menke Stillstellen Der Beginn der Befreiung 12 00 14 00 Pause 14 00 16 00 Moderation Christoph Menke Peter Osborne Temporalities of Image and Act Christine Ross The Filmic Aesthetics of Stillness and the Reconfiguration of Historical Time in Contemporary Art 16 00 16 30 Pause 16 30 18 30 Moderation Ludger Schwarte Georges Didi Huberman Puissance de ne pas ou la politique de l arrêt Jacques Rancière La Fiction à l arrêt 18 30 19 00 Pause 19 00 20 00 Moderation Robert Fleck und Mirjam Lewandowsky Gespräch Via Lewandowsky Aeronut Mik und Marcel Odenbach Samstag 30 1 2016 Haus der Universität Düsseldorf Einführung Barbara Gronau 10 00 12 00 Moderation Stephan Trinkaus Reinhold Görling Medium als Stillstand Gedanken zur Proxemie des Fernsehens und den Speaking in Tongues der Videokunst Misha Kavka Temporal Elasticity in Real Time Media 12 00 13 30 Pause 13 30 15 30 Moderation Thomas Hilgers Martin Seel Bewegte Stillstände im Kino und anderswo Gertrud Koch Darüber muß ich erst noch einmal schlafen Unentschiedenheit als Latenz 15 30 16

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  • Morandi Study Days (New York, 19-20 May 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    as of the aesthetics of the period We also aim to problematize accepted narratives that place the 1930s as an intermediary step in Morandi s progress towards the mature work Topics of consideration include Morandi and still life Morandi ultimately abandoned figure painting at the turn of the decade in favor of still life and landscape paintings that are characterized by thick impasto earthy tones and an equally dense treatment of negative and positive space How did Morandi engage ancient and recent artistic traditions including his own earlier Metaphysical 1917 1919 and naturalistic phases early to mid 1920s How are we to interpret Morandi s sudden stylistic changes during the 1930s such as the 1938 series of still lifes with vibrant orange and blue pigments What is the relationship between paintings etchings and drawings in the 1930s Does the hierarchy between mediums change vis à vis other periods of his career Morandi and his critics both the ones he knew and the ones he read During the decade of the 1930s Morandi enjoyed the support of high ranking members of the regime and was exhibited in many official national and international exhibitions Can one trace mutual influences between the writers of the period and the painter Does Morandi s friendship with critics such as Roberto Longhi Cesare Brandi Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti and Francesco Arcangeli portend key political undertones What role did the theory of puro visibilismo play in shaping the debates of the period Day Two A Quiet Star Itineraries in Morandi s International Acclaim Day Two expands the chronological scope of the conference We welcome interdisciplinary topics ranging from reception studies to reinterpretations of Morandi s world in photography and film We aim to map the different modes of circulation and publicity of Morandi s work exploring topics such

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  • Gillray after Gillray (Paris, 29 Jan 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    représentants d institutions muséales et des artistes Elle a pour ambition de révéler les multiples facettes du concept rude et les mettre à l épreuve d une réflexion esthétique et épistémologique English Version Gillray after Gillray echoes and influences of Rude Britannia then and now The year 2015 witnessed a number of exhibitions and conferences to mark the bicentenary of James Gillray s death and the legacy of this artist s graphic work But Gillray after Gillray is a study day aimed at exploring Gillray s posterity and visual heritage across several areas of British and European visual culture Looking at graphic afterlives and the way Gillray s caricatures and his vitriolic sense of satire resonate with us is an opportunity to extend current critical views from editorial cartooning and contemporary art onto a whole range of satirical forms in mass media Issues raised will range from art historical approaches to case studies of post Georgian era reception with a specific focus on the term rude a concept that is traditionally associated with Rude Britannia and a particular type of British sense of humour Tate Britain 2010 but which will on this occasion be discussed from a variety of angles as this conference allows us to gather scholars curators and artists from Britain and the rest of the world PROGRAMME 9h00 Accueil des participants 9h30 Introduction Brigitte Friant Kessler Université de Valenciennes CALHISTE et Morgan Labar Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne HiCSA PANEL 1 présidence Todd Porterfield UQAM 10h Martial Guédron Université de Strasbourg L esprit souffle où il veut Météorisme et flatulences dans les arts graphiques fin XVIIIe début XIXe siècle 10h25 Camilla Murgia Université de Genève The Dynamics of Rudeness Inconsiderate Behaviours in 19th Century British Satire 10h50 Discussion 11h10 Pause PANEL 2 présidence Ségolène Le Men Paris Ouest

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  • Mediale Praktiken & die Konzeption von Architektur (Frankfurt, 19 Jan-1 Mar 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Wahrnehmung des Gebauten etwas Neues geben etwas was wir begehren Architektur zeigt sich in vielfältigen Medien in Modellen Zeichnungen und Visualisierungen in Filmen und Ausstellungen sowie in ihrer Manifestation im Gebauten Sie präsentiert sich darin nie von der gleichen Seite Manches ist unsichtbar während anderes in den Vordergrund rückt denn letztlich ist Architektur niemals ein unveränderliches Objekt sondern sie wandelt sich kontinuierlich in Abhängigkeit sowohl von zeitlichen und räumlichen Parametern als auch innerhalb der Möglichkeiten die das jeweilige Medium ihr bietet Daher stellt sich die Frage was mit unserer Konzeption von Architektur unter der Einwirkung bestimmter medialer Praktiken passiert Wie stark täuschen uns Bilder von Architektur Oder konstruieren wir uns über die Medien mimetisch unsere Realität und welche Konsequenzen hat das Ausgehend von jeweils einem Medium der Architekturdisziplin dem Modell der Visualisierung der Fotografie der parametrischen Programmierung und den Smart Ambiences soll zum einen das komplexe Wechselverhältnis zwischen dem Verständnis von Architektur und ihren medialen Dispositiven thematisiert werden Zum anderen gilt es den Einfluss dieser medialen Praktiken auf die Wahrnehmung und Auseinandersetzung mit der Realpräsenz des Gebauten zu untersuchen Warum müssen wir uns noch mit dem Gebäude beschäftigen wenn wir Entwurfsbeschreibungen und uns dargebotene Darstellungen wesentlich früher betrachten können PROGRAMM DIENSTAG 19 JANUAR 2016 MODELL Von analog zu digital Entwurfsprozesse bei Frank O Gehry 17 30 Einführung Bettina Rudhof 17 45 Filmvorführung Sketches of Frank Gehry Sydney Pollack USA 2005 83min 19 15 Gastvortrag Nathalie Bredella Leuphana Universität Lüneburg 19 45 Diskussion Ort Deutsches Institut für Film DIF Frankfurt a M MITTWOCH 03 FEBRUAR 2016 PARAMETRIC ENGINEERING Architektur ohne Entwerfer Programmieren mit Karamba 3D 18 00 Einführung Chris Dähne 18 15 Projektvorstellung Kim Boris Löffler B G Ingenieure Bollinger und Grohmann GmbH 19 00 Gastvortrag Gabriele Gramelsberger Leuphana Universität Lüneburg TU Darmstadt 19 30 Diskussion Ort Deutsches Architekturmuseum Frankfurt a

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