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  • Fabrications: designing for silk in 18th century (London, 5 Mar 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    to see both the beauties of nature and those of art gathered in the gardens and galleries of Paris and the île de France Organised by Professor Katie Scott The Courtauld Institute of Art Ticket entry details 16 general admission 11 students Courtauld students staff and concessions BOOK ONLINE AT https www eventbrite co uk e fabrications designing for silk in the eighteenth century tickets 20966935669 PROGRAMME 08 45 09 15 Registration 09 15 09 20 Welcome Alixe Bovey The Courtauld Institute of Art 09 20 09 40 Lesley Miller The Victoria and Albert Museum Introduction Joubert his book and his world 09 40 10 20 KEYNOTE Giorgio Riello Professor of History and Director of the Warwick Institute of Advanced Study Textile Trajectories Fibres Fabrics and Fashion in the early modern world 10 20 11 00 Jean Paul Leclerq formerly curator at the Musée des arts décoratifs Paris Weave and pattern naming textiles Le Dessinateur in a publishing context 11 00 11 30 TEA COFFEE BREAK provided 11 30 12 10 Isabella Campagnol Lecturer in the History of Dress Fashion and Textiles at the Instituto Marangoni Milan The Venetian Point of View Pietro d Avanzo and the Regole per mecanica del telaio da seta 12 10 12 50 Rosa Creixell Lecturer in the History of Art at the University of Barcelona and Victoria de Lorenzo The Royal College of Art Victoria and Albert Museum Fabricating Novelty The Barcelona Silk Trade in the Eighteenth Century 12 50 13 10 Discussion 13 10 14 10 LUNCH provided for the speakers chairs only 14 10 14 50 Anna Jolly Curator at the Abegg Stiftung Switzerland The Orders of Silk Design 14 50 15 30 Maximilien Durand and Marie Hélène Guelton Director of the Musée des tissus et des arts décoratifs de Lyon À

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  • Textilschenkungen im Mittelalter (Rom, 3-4 Nov 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    been woven into the materiality and form of the gifted garment The goal of this interdisciplinary conference is to situate the diversity and polysemy of such acts of symbolic communication into the broader context of medieval gift culture Already in the 1920s Marcel Mauss showed that gift giving established social relationships and was composed of three necessary elements giving accepting and reciprocating the principle of reciprocity At play in such exchanges is essentially the construction of power and social hierarchies While Mauss theory has long been employed within medieval studies recent criticism has pointed out that the particular efficacy resulting from the material and visual qualities of gifts has not been sufficiently addressed as studies applying Mauss model concentrate primarily on donors recipients and their interaction In other words the context of the exchange has been privileged over the objects of exchange Cecily Hilsdale 2012 With its focus on images and objects art history is poised to show how the dynamics of reciprocity and its attendant obligations might be charged both visually and materially The conference focuses on textile gifts in pre modern Europe in order to explore such questions in greater detail The integration of anthropological models into an art historical approach allows for gifted artifacts to be taken seriously as independent entities within the giving process as a socially generative form of communication The relationship between the actors and the agency of gifts themselves can therefore be further explored Bruno Latour We invite paper proposals from the field of art history and related disciplines such as history anthropology archaeology and literature Papers might address the following subjects in particular Textile gifts as acts of symbolic communication in the Middle Ages Especially welcome are case studies that illustrate the act of giving and the sense of obligation generated between donor and recipient and that in so doing attend to the visual and material efficacy of textile gifts Papers might consider gifts of personal garments like the gifting of a sovereign s mantle to an ecclesiastical institution and the honor or affront such gifts might entail Methodological reflections on the suitability of anthropological models for medieval art history How helpful are anthropological models Marcel Mauss gift theory and its lineage in understanding and interpreting pre modern textile gifts We begin with the premise that no single general theory is capable of explaining every gift act definitively Rather a number of approaches originating in Mauss some of which are controversial could be debated within the context of medieval textile gifts The relationship of textile gifts as performative acts to their representations How were medieval textile gifts represented in word and image What relationship do these representations have to their material prototypes surviving textile gifts and their contexts acts of donation Gendered aspects of textile gifts Could textile gifts in the Middle Ages be gender specific Can we observe different behavioral patterns in the gifting practices of men and women Re use and re contextualization of textile gifts The appreciation use and

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  • Contested Spheres: Artworlds under Socialism (Budapest, 27-28 May 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    service of communist ideology either through conviction or in exchange for public commissions exhibition opportunities and institutional positions There was also a wide band of artists curators and art historians who like the majority of citizens of actually existing Socialism devised their own individual strategies for negotiating a haphazardly repressive system and actively participated in shaping a complex artistic landscape of alternative spaces transitory gatherings and artist run galleries as well as semi independent institutions associations and open air symposia which all functioned according to the unorthodox rules of the socialist art economy Examining the art worlds of mid to late Socialism not from the top down perspective symbolised by the notorious three T s of Hungarian cultural policy which divided artists into the categories of supported tolerated and forbidden but rather through a bottom up approach that examines the variety of possible attitudes adopted by cultural producers to the socialist system ranging from confrontation and withdrawal to conformity and compromise this conference sets out to foster debate about the conditions of artistic production during the last decades of Socialism and how these affected the individual trajectories aesthetic choices and post communist legacies of East European artists Proposals for conference papers are sought that examine how artists curators or art historians or even entire art scenes responded to the demands of the socialist system investigating for example prominent cases of refusal and resistance the self image and social role of official artists as well as instances of disingenuousness ambiguity and doublespeak in the machinations of late Socialist art worlds Of equal relevance are papers that examine the workings of the artistic economy under socialism and the different ways in which artists reacted to suffered under or turned to their advantage the distinctive material and economic environment established by the socialist

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12192 (2016-02-12)
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  • Klee/Benjamin (Paris, 17 May 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    des neuen Engels wird bis heute von geschichtsphilosophischen Reflexionen bestimmt Das Kunstwerk selbst scheint dahinter fast zu verschwinden obwohl seine philosophische Karriere sich gerade der materiellen Präsenz im Besitz von Denkern wie Benjamin Theodor W Adorno bis hin zu Gershom Scholem verdankt Im Rahmen der Retrospektive Paul Klee l ironie à l œuvre im Centre Pompidou 6 April bis 1 August 2016 ist der Angelus Novus in Paris zu sehen Erstmals wird er dabei auch wieder zusammen mit der Vorführung des Wunders jenem zweiten Klee Bild aus Benjamins Besitz gezeigt Das Deutsche Forum für Kunstgeschichte Paris und das Musée national d art moderne organisieren aus diesem Anlass einen Studientag der sich dem Zusammenspiel von Benjamins Geschichtsphilosophie und Klees künstlerischen Motiven widmet Neben der Lektüre relevanter Textstellen bietet ein exklusiver Aufenthalt in der Ausstellung außerhalb der Öffnungszeiten die Chance die theoretischen Reflexionen mit der Materialität der Kunstwerke abzugleichen Der Studientag richtet sich an Kolleginnen und Kollegen der Philosophie Kunstgeschichte Germanistik sowie benachbarter Fächer Er soll den Charakter eines gemeinsamen Seminars haben in dessen Rahmen neben kurzen Statements der Teilnehmenden viel Zeit für die Diskussion bleibt Die Veranstaltung findet in deutscher und französischer Sprache statt Die Ergebnisse des Studientags werden abschließend im

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12187 (2016-02-12)
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  • Session at MoH (Baltimore, 5-7 Oct 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    central disciplinary concepts whether Alexander Lenoir s scheme of periodization in the Museum of French Monuments or Franz Boas culture centered approach to anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History Cast aside over the course of the 20th century as collections no longer served disciplinary needs their importance is now being reevaluated in some fields Concurrently the museum itself has emerged as a subject of lively scholarly inquiry though one rarely formalized in the academy and on occasion confused with vocational training By assessing this trajectory in varied disciplines and civilizations this panel offers new insights into the formation of and connections between the academic disciplines not only in the humanities but also between the humanities and the natural and social sciences It considers the dialogue between spaces of practice and humanistic inquiry and illuminates the changing relationship between universities and the public including the so called public humanities at a moment when the value of humanistic inquiry is under intense scrutiny It is thus timely to introduce this topic into the Making of the Humanities project and we invite papers on the following topics Overviews or case studies that reveal how a critical study of museums illuminates the evolution of humanistic disciplines their centers and peripheries their methods and goals including the more recent emergence of museology as an academic discipline in search of definition Why and how the study of museums has lately been entering humanistic discourse what does this tendency reveal about the evolution and present concerns of the humanities more generally Comparative approaches to the place of collections in academic disciplines across cultural traditions or historical moments fields of study or intellectual spheres History of the relationships between museum thinking and academic practice past and present Consideration of how a study of things materials materiality

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12138 (2016-02-12)
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    11 2016 CFP Netzwerk jüd Sachkultur Objekt Schrift Braunschweig Hannover 13 15 Apr 16 Katrin Keßler Feb 11 2016 CFP Gender in Art Production Collection Display Loughborough 8 9 Jun 16 Tilo Reifenstein Feb 10 2016 ANN Bauhaus Lab 2016 Desk in exile Dessau 9 May 5 Aug 16 Sascha Stremming Feb 10 2016 CFP Revue Histoire de l art L artiste historien Revue Histoire de l art Feb 10 2016 STIP Fellowships within the program Connecting Art Histories in the Museum Berlin Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz Max Planck Institut Feb 10 2016 JOB Professur Neuere und Neueste Kunstgeschichte Uni Duisburg Essen Alma Elisa Kittner Feb 10 2016 JOB H Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H ArtHist 1 8 Feb 16 H ArtHist Redaktion Feb 10 2016 CFP Visualising Chinese Borders in 21st Century Manchester 5 6 Apr 16 Beccy Kennedy Feb 10 2016 CFP Journal of Surrealism and the Americas Max Ernst Issue Fall 2017 Claudia Mesch Feb 10 2016 STIP Aide à la mobilité Recherche innovante en art contemporain Plumejeau Feb 10 2016 CONF Parahuman Leben mit Technik Dresden 17 18 Mar 16 Marian Zabel Feb 9 2016 CFP Body Space Object symposium Coventry 20 May 16

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    Prof Dr Fernando Valdés Prof Dr Dirce Marzoli 11 févr 2016 CFP Netzwerk jüd Sachkultur Objekt Schrift Braunschweig Hannover 13 15 Apr 16 Katrin Keßler 11 févr 2016 CFP Gender in Art Production Collection Display Loughborough 8 9 Jun 16 Tilo Reifenstein 10 févr 2016 ANN Bauhaus Lab 2016 Desk in exile Dessau 9 May 5 Aug 16 Sascha Stremming 10 févr 2016 CFP Revue Histoire de l art L artiste historien Revue Histoire de l art 10 févr 2016 STIP Fellowships within the program Connecting Art Histories in the Museum Berlin Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz Max Planck Institut 10 févr 2016 JOB Professur Neuere und Neueste Kunstgeschichte Uni Duisburg Essen Alma Elisa Kittner 10 févr 2016 JOB H Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H ArtHist 1 8 Feb 16 H ArtHist Redaktion 10 févr 2016 CFP Visualising Chinese Borders in 21st Century Manchester 5 6 Apr 16 Beccy Kennedy 10 févr 2016 CFP Journal of Surrealism and the Americas Max Ernst Issue Fall 2017 Claudia Mesch 10 févr 2016 STIP Aide à la mobilité Recherche innovante en art contemporain Plumejeau 10 févr 2016 CONF Parahuman Leben mit Technik Dresden 17 18 Mar 16 Marian Zabel 9 févr 2016

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    Prof Dr Fernando Valdés Prof Dr Dirce Marzoli 11 feb 2016 CFP Netzwerk jüd Sachkultur Objekt Schrift Braunschweig Hannover 13 15 Apr 16 Katrin Keßler 11 feb 2016 CFP Gender in Art Production Collection Display Loughborough 8 9 Jun 16 Tilo Reifenstein 10 feb 2016 ANN Bauhaus Lab 2016 Desk in exile Dessau 9 May 5 Aug 16 Sascha Stremming 10 feb 2016 CFP Revue Histoire de l art L artiste historien Revue Histoire de l art 10 feb 2016 STIP Fellowships within the program Connecting Art Histories in the Museum Berlin Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz Max Planck Institut 10 feb 2016 JOB Professur Neuere und Neueste Kunstgeschichte Uni Duisburg Essen Alma Elisa Kittner 10 feb 2016 JOB H Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H ArtHist 1 8 Feb 16 H ArtHist Redaktion 10 feb 2016 CFP Visualising Chinese Borders in 21st Century Manchester 5 6 Apr 16 Beccy Kennedy 10 feb 2016 CFP Journal of Surrealism and the Americas Max Ernst Issue Fall 2017 Claudia Mesch 10 feb 2016 STIP Aide à la mobilité Recherche innovante en art contemporain Plumejeau 10 feb 2016 CONF Parahuman Leben mit Technik Dresden 17 18 Mar 16 Marian Zabel 09 feb 2016

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