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  • 3 Sessions at SCSC (Bruges, 18-20 Aug 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Roman artistic and architectural history This session aims to advance this initial exploration by inviting paper topics that work to apply this theory of co opetition to the larger field of early sixteenth century Italian artistic and architectural production as a nuanced engagement between the parameters of competition and cooperation examining instances where normally competitive forces chose to work in tandem to achieve an ultimate artistic goal Papers could trace this theme within a singular work that exhibits these tensions to a larger negotiation for example one that occurs between workshop participants or large scale commissions The goal of this session is to better elucidate this term in its applications to art and architecture and to assess more globally its validity in such applications to the working relationships of sixteenth century figures Prospective participants should send a brief abstract no more than 300 words and a brief curriculum vitae 300 word maximum in outline rather than narrative form to alexis culotta at gmail com by 1 February 2016 2 Michelangelo and the North From Emily Fenichel efenichel at fau edu Date Jan 6 2016 Subject CFP Michelangelo and the North Deadline Feb 1 2016 Dr Tamara Smithers APSU Dr Emily Fenichel FAU According to Holanda in his Dialogues Michelangelo claimed that Northern and specifically Flemish art will please the devout better than any painting in Italy It will appeal to women especially to the very old and the very young and also to monks and nuns and to certain noblemen who have no sense of true harmony Perhaps as a consequence few artists are more closely associated with Italy than Michelangelo This session seeks to question this notion calling for papers to broaden the conversation by considering the influence interactions and legacy of Michelangelo and his art on Northern Europe during the Early Modern period Possible paper topics include the history influence and interpretation of the Bruges Madonna Michelangelo s artistic exchanges with France through the Leda the lost Bronze David and the Louvre Slaves and possible impacts on French artists so called Northern iconographies such as the pietà Michelangelo s designs in contemporary print culture the impact of Michelangelo s writing biographies outside of Italy artistic dialogues with Michelangelo s work in the north by artists such as Rubens and others the collecting distribution and influence of Michelangelo s works in Northern museums collections of the artist s drawings in Haarlem London and elsewhere newly discovered and attributed works in Northern collections such as the Oxford panel and the Cambridge bronzes copies replicas in Northern collections Please send a brief abstract no more than 250 words and a brief curriculum vitae to Emily Fenichel efenichel at fau edu by February 1 2016 3 Visualizing the Early Modern World in Digital Space and Time From Catherine Walsh cwalsh at montevallo edu Date Jan 6 2016 Subject CFP Visualizing the Early Modern World in Digital Space and Time Deadline Feb 5 2016 This session invites digital projects at any stage that

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11849 (2016-02-12)
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  • bfo-Journal 1, 2015 - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    and open access journal issued once a year and hosted on bauforschungonline ch is now online The aim of the bfo Journal is to provide a new space for innovative studies of the highest quality on all aspects of architectural history and critique urbanism and conservation of historical monuments The theme chosen for this first issue deals with the reuse of material and visual culture in architecture taking into consideration the phenomenon within a global perspective as may be seen by the contributions of this year s edition which examine the process of copy paste by analyzing case studies from Italy Turkey Iran France and Iraq covering a period of almost 850 years see below The Editorial Board Francine Giese Richard Buser Ariane Varela Braga Irina Davidovici Sonja Hildebrand Table of Contents Editorial Francine Giese Decorating with Things Spolia as Material Culture in the Italian Maritime Republics 1100 1300 Karen Rose Mathews The Re use of Byzantine Spolia in Rum Saljuq Architecture Richard Piran McClary Multi Perspective Gardens of Gabriel Guevrekian Persian garden into cubist painting or cubist painting into Persian garden Zohreh Soltani Iranischer Klassizismus Konstruktion einer nationalen Identität Elika Palenzona Djalili Bauen in Bagdad um 1958 Wenn Bauvorhaben

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11862 (2016-02-12)
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  • H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H-ArtHist (21 Dec 15-4 Jan 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    517 432 5134 between 9 am and 5 pm US Eastern time ART AND ART HISTORY Stiftung Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum International Fellow Audience Development http www h net org jobs job display php id 52340 Universität Stuttgart Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter innen http www h net org jobs job display php id 52363 NONE Museum der Moderne Salzburg Das Museum der Moderne Salzburg sucht eine sehr gut ausgebildete und erfahrene Fachkraft für

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11886 (2016-02-12)
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  • Session at German Studies Association Conference (San Diego, 29 Sep-2 Oct 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    noted Germany and Austria largely lacking colonial possessions have provided fitting case studies for post Said post colonial scholarship that counters fixed Occident Orient dualisms with instances of mutual interchange influence and coexisting heterogeneity Massey in which the foreign becomes familiar The German and Austrian history of intra European colonization resulted in a perceived orientalized Eastern Europe close to home where boundaries were fluid between ethnic Germans and other nationalities and in the case of Austro Hungary where Slavs Magyars Dalmatians and Muslims after 1878 were fellow citizens of the Empire Papers are sought which consider whether visual images reflected this more differentiated point of view in comparison to the French and British and whether it produced greater tolerance or intolerance and also whether distinctions were pictured in German and Austrian Orientalist art that could be attributed to rivalries between the two countries and their sometimes divergent views of Turks and Arabs Ideologies based on us and them mentalities are undercut by the realities of artistic practices however and papers are encouraged which explore international networks of collecting marketing gallery representation exhibitions art training and collaborative work with non Western colleagues frequently photographers Topics to be considered are numerous and might include reference to any of the following the impact of the emerging field of ethnography World s Fairs and panopticons the competing claims of exotic fantasy 1 001 Arabian Nights was translated in 1838 41 and cultural stereotypes vs empirical observation timelessness vs the reality of modernization and emerging Arab nationalism notions of authenticity and alterity the Orient as place of German origin attitudes towards Islamic religious and social practices the reception of Islamic art and design in Germany and Austria the impact of economic trade in the region attitudes about peasants crafts and communities the role of scientists

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11863 (2016-02-12)
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  • ARTis On, Journal of History of Art and Heritage, No 1 - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    NOVA DE LLEIDA 1780 1783 CREACIÓN DESTRUCCIÓN Y GUSTO ARTÍSTICO Iván Rega Castro e Isidro Puig Sanchis 55 AS ARTES DECORATIVAS NAS ESCADARIAS DE APARATO DE LISBOA NO SÉCULO XVIII João Miguel Simões 68 VIEIRA LUSITANO EX MACHINA OS DESENHOS GUARNECIDOS DO MUSEU DE ÉVORA Lécio da Cruz Leal 87 O TRIUNFO DO BARROCO TALHA ESCULTURA DE MADEIRA E OURIVESARIA DE PRATA DA IGREJA DA ORDEM TERCEIRA DE SÃO FRANCISCO DE ELVAS NA PRIMEIRA METADE DO SÉCULO XVIII Mário Henriques Z Cabeças 100 O CONCÍLIO DOS DEUSES DE CYRILLO VOLKMAR MACHADO ANÁLISE DA PINTURA DECORATIVA NO TECTO DO SALÃO DE BAILE DO PALÁCIO BARÃO DE QUINTELA E CONDE DE FARROBO LISBOA Helena Sofia Braga 113 A BAIXELA DE PRATA DA CASA VEYRAT PARA A RAINHA D MARIA PIA UM SERVIÇO DE MESA EMBLEMÁTICO NO ACERVO DO PALÁCIO NACIONAL DA AJUDA Teresa Maranhas 129 UM PEQUENO TESOURO DO PALÁCIO NACIONAL DA AJUDA UM TÊTE À TÊTE DE CHOCOLATE QUE PERTENCEU AO INFANTE D AFONSO DUQUE DO PORTO Tiago Samuel Franco Rodrigues 142 O ANTIGO PAÇO EPISCOPAL DE ELVAS AS ARTES DECORATIVAS E O SEU PERCURSO NO CONTEXTO DA I REPÚBLICA Nuno Cruz Grancho 161 PANORAMA DAS ARTES DECORATIVAS EM SÃO PAULO ENTRE 1950 E 1960 Patrícia M S Freita 173 O OURO SAI À RUA A PRESENÇA DE ORNATOS ÁUREOS NAS FESTIVIDADES POPULARES DO SÉCULO XX E ALVORES DO SÉCULO XXI Rosa Maria Mota VARIA NOTAS DE INVESTIGAÇÃO 188 FRANCISCO DE HOLANDA OU O SIMULACRO DO GÉNIO Vasco Medeiros 195 A IMITAÇÃO DA ESTEREOTOMIA DA PEDRA COM JUNTAS SALIENTES NA ARQUITETURA RELIGIOSA DO ALGARVE Marco Sousa Santos 203 MEDALHÃO SETECENTISTA ITALIANO COM EFÍGIE DE CRISTO E MOLDURA EM METAL DOURADO do Palácio Nacional da Ajuda Lisboa Teresa Vale 210 PAISAGENS DE MACAU SÉCS XVIII XIX VUE DE MACAO EN CHINE VERSUS

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11768 (2016-02-12)
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  • 4 Promotionsstipendien (Hamburg) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Promotionskolleg an der Universität Hamburg das in Zusammenarbeit mit der KZ Gedenkstätte Neuengamme der Gedenkstätte Bergen Belsen dem Institut für die Geschichte der deutschen Juden Hamburg und dem Nordost Institut IKGN e V Lüneburg sowie dem Hamburger Institut für Sozialforschung durchgeführt wird Das Graduiertenkolleg bietet einen Rahmen für Promotionsvorhaben die sich mit unterschiedlichen Formen und Medien der Erinnerung an die Shoah in der Gegenwartskultur ab 1989 beschäftigen Das disziplinär und medial vergleichend angelegte Kolleg setzt seine Schwerpunkte in den USA West und Osteuropa und will die dort geführten Diskurse über die Shoah miteinander in Verbindung bringen Die drei Arbeitsschwerpunkte des Kollegs sind 1 Praktiken der Vergegenwärtigung und Aneignung 2 Interdependenzen nationaler und postnationaler Narrative sowie 3 Dynamiken von Tabu und Tabubruch für die Konstruktion eines Nach Gedächtnisses Weitere Informationen zum Graduiertenkolleg sowie zum strukturierten Promotionsprogramm finden sich im Internet unter https www gwiss uni hamburg de einrichtungen graduiertenschule vergegenwaertigungen shoah html Die Stipendien betragen 1 350 pro Monat Die Promotionen werden an der Universität Hamburg unter Betreuung durch am Kolleg mitwirkende Professor innen durchgeführt Die Kollegiatinnen und Kollegiaten haben Präsenzpflicht in Hamburg Bewerbungen von Personen die beabsichtigen ihr Promotionsprojekt in einem kürzeren Zeitraum abzuschließen sind willkommen Es ist auch eine

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11799 (2016-02-12)
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  • Auf dem Feld der Grafik experimentieren (Albstadt, 23-24 Jan 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Potsdam 12 30 Uhr bis 13 30 Uhr Mittagspause 13 45 Uhr bis 14 15 Uhr etwas Neues Anderes eben Materialspezifisches Die Radierungen zur Aurora Mappe von Carlfriedrich Claus Brigitta Milde Carlfriedrich Claus Archiv Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz 14 15 Uhr bis 14 40 Uhr Das Morgner sche Experimentierfeld Leonie Wiegand Kunsthistorikerin Berlin Kurze Pause 14 45 Uhr bis 15 15 Uhr Die weibliche Seite der Grafik Künstlerinnen der DDR zwischen Materialexperiment und Frauenfrage Marco Hompes Kunstwissenschaftler Karlsruhe 15 15 Uhr bis 15 45 Uhr Ausweg Grafik Die Konkrete Kunst in der DDR Doris Annette Hartmann Kunsthistorikerin Cottbus Kurze Pause 16 Uhr bis 17 Uhr Abschlussdiskussion u a mit Brigitta Milde Carlfriedrich Claus Archiv Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz Dr Kornelia Röder Grafische Sammlung Staatliches Museum Schwerin Thomas Ranft Künstler Hedwig Döbele Galerie Döbele Dresden und Gabriele Muschter Kunsthistorikerin Staatssekretärin a D Berlin Gemeinsames Abendessen Sonntag 24 Januar 2016 11 Uhr Eröffnung der Ausstellung Individueller Strich Autonome Form Zeichnungen und Druckgrafik aus Dresden 1945 1989 Veranstaltungsort Kunstmuseum Albstadt bisher Galerie Albstadt Städtische Kunstsammlungen Kirchengraben 11 72458 Albstadt Tel 07431 160 1491 Sekretariat Fax 07431 160 1497 E Mail kunstmuseum at albstadt de In Kooperation mit dem Verbundprojekt Land der Grafik Konjunktur eines Mediums in der

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11809 (2016-02-12)
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  • Visuelle Obrigkeitspraxis im Mittelalter (Zürich, 18-19 Jan 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    kontextbezogene Wandelbarkeit und psychologische Schlagkraft bestimmt Das Bild übernimmt dabei die Rolle einer vermittelnden Schwellenfigur indem es als ein spontan affekterregendes und gleichzeitig hierarchisch systematisch wirkendes Mittel der kollektiven Identitätsbildung eingesetzt wird Der Workshop widmet sich in diesem Kontext den medialen Strategien der weltlichen und kirchlichen Macht im Mittelalter Es werden neue Forschungen von NachwuchswissenschaftlerInnen zur Diskussion gestellt die sich den Schnittstellen verschiedener politischer Bereiche widmen in denen Bilder eine grundlegende argumentative Rolle spielen Machtausübung Herrschaftslegitimation Apologie Genealogie und Sukzession PROGRAMM Montag 18 01 2016 15 00 15 15 Mateusz KAPUSTKA Zürich Begrüßung und Einführung 15 15 15 45 Kaffeepause 15 45 16 45 Andreas MATENA Augsburg Ungehorsam als Idolatrie Skizzen zu einem Diskurs um die Autorität des Papstes Kommentar Mateusz Kapustka 16 45 17 45 Lena KLAHR Bamberg Portal und Kosmos Neue Ansätze zur Bildstrategie mittelalterlicher Figurenportale am Beispiel des Nordquerhauses der Kathedrale von Paris Kommentar Sophie Schweinfurth Dienstag 19 01 2016 10 00 11 00 Kirsten Lee BIERBAUM Köln Gestus und Bildmacht Die Stockholmer Drachenkampfgruppe zwischen Mobilisierung und Herrschaftslegitimation Kommentar Wolfgang Brückle 11 00 11 15 Kaffeepause 11 15 12 15 Ann Kathrin HUBRICH Hamburg in dem Rathause malen lassen das strenge Gericht unseres Herrn Zur Ausstattung von

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11832 (2016-02-12)
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