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  • Rudolf von Eitelberger (1817-1885) (Vienna, 27-29 Apr 2017) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    die Person über seine Schriften seine institutionellen und politischen Aktivitäten sowie die Wechselbeziehungen zwischen seinen Schaffensbereichen zu erweitern Er etablierte eine quellen und objektorientierte universitäre Lehre der Kunstgeschichte er war ein wichtiger Förderer des Kunsthandwerks im Habsburgerreich Kunstkritiker und Kulturpublizist und als einflussreicher Kulturlobbyist und Kulturpolitiker der Donaumonarchie in städtebauliche Großprojekte eingebunden Kritisch aufzuarbeiten sind seine Rolle als Gründerfigur der drei beteiligten Institutionen seine wissenschaftlichen Beiträge für das junge Fach der Kunstgeschichte und sein Engagement in Fragen der zeitgenössischen Kunstproduktion Erwünscht sind Beiträge von 20 30 Minuten auf Deutsch oder Englisch die sein Wirken unter anderem im Kontext der folgenden Bereiche bearbeiten Kunstgeschichte zwischen Kunstliteratur Ästhetik und historischer Hilfswissenschaft Kunstgeschichte zu Beginn ihrer universitären Institutionalisierung im internationalen Vergleich Zeitgenössische Kunst Eitelberger als Kunstkritiker und Sammler Kunstpolitik und Kunstmarkt Nationale und internationale Netzwerke u a von Kunstforschung Kunstgewerbesammlungen und Schulen Die Tagung wird organisiert von Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien Eva Kernbauer Patrick Werkner MAK Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst Gegenwartskunst Kathrin Pokorny Nagel Universität Wien Institut für Kunstgeschichte Tanja Jenni Raphael Rosenberg Julia Rüdiger Wir erbitten Abstracts für Beiträge max 1 Seite bis 19 Juni 2016 an tagung eitelberger at univie ac at Reisekosten werden nach Möglichkeit erstattet Rudolf von Eitelberger 1817 1885 A Conference on the Occasion of his Two Hundredth Birthday Vienna 27 29 April 2017 Rudolf von Eitelberger stands at the inception of many institutions and initiatives he held the first professorship of art history at the University of Vienna 1852 he was the driving force and founding director of the first museum of applied arts outside England 1863 and of the affiliated school of applied art 1867 he inaugurated the Quellenschriften für Kunstgeschichte und Kunsttechnik des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit 1871 and lastly he was closely associated with early conservation efforts in the Danube Monarchy Central Commission zur Erforschung und Erhaltung der Baudenkmale It would be safe to say that Eitelberger occupied a pivotal position at the confluence of art history the applied arts and cultural policy in Ringstrasse Vienna and that the impact of his ideas was felt well beyond the Austrian capital Yet the research on the man and his work is fragmentary He remains overshadowed by the many publications on the so called Vienna School of Art History despite the presence of a substantial literary estate at the Wienbibliothek http aleph21 prod wbr obvsg at F func find b find code SYS CON lng ger local base wbrhs request 0001671 On the occasion of Eitelberger s two hundredth birthday the Department of Art History of the University of Vienna the MAK Austrian Museum of Applied Arts Contemporary Art and the University of Applied Arts Vienna are hosting a conference with the aim of expanding our knowledge of the person his writings his institutional and political activities and of the interactions between the areas in which he worked he established university art history on the basis of objects and sources he was an important patron of the arts and crafts in the Habsburg Empire

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12128 (2016-02-12)
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  • Becas Meadows Museum-Museo del Prado - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    Museo Nacional del Prado entre los siglos XV XVIII ambos inclusive Una beca se destinará a las colecciones de los siglos XV y XVI y la segunda a las colecciones del Barroco siglos XVII XVIII en cualquier escuela representada en el Prado Los candidatos seleccionados por el Museo del Prado podrán disfrutar de dos semanas durante el desarrollo de la beca como personal invitado en el Meadows Museum en intercambio

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12094 (2016-02-12)
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  • Modernism Made Monumental (Athens, GA, 21-22 Oct 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    addressing the broader implications of symbolically saturated constructions throughout the history of visual and material culture Conventional notions of modernization emphasize innovation and progress and seem opposed to monuments commemoration of the past Yet monuments also mark inaugural events or cataclysmic changes and the materials and techniques employed in their making are often wholly original at times even scandalous Contradictions between permanence and ephemerality tradition and ingenuity and public and personal can be examined in iconic structures that complicate fixed definitions of both modernity and monumentality While we invite contributions that consider the American and European milieu that produced experimental artistic movements beginning in the late nineteenth century papers that address occurrences of modernist monumentality during earlier time periods or in non Euro American locations are equally welcome Submissions that discuss specific works of art that feature the Brooklyn Bridge or themes that appear in Icon of Modernism are also encouraged Other relevant topics include but are not limited to technological innovation and feats of construction aspirational architecture and models restoration and reutilization of historic objects and artifacts conceptions of audience in design practice aesthetics of collective memory world s fairs and their remnants Current graduate students and other emerging

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12117 (2016-02-12)
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  • Lecture Series: Art History & Visual Studies (Manchester, Feb-May 2016) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    Studies and the JRRI Medieval and Early Modern Research Seminar Series 5 00pm Alex Metcalfe Lancaster University From Memory to Written Record Royal Documents from Arab Norman Sicily 6 15pm Scott Nethersole The Courtauld Institute of Art The Violence of Representation Andrea del Castagno Filippo Lippi and Michelangelo Thursday 10 March 6 00pm The Whitworth Study Centre Sponsored by The Centre for Museology A Whitworth Studies Event Giles Waterfield former Director of Dulwich Picture Gallery The People s Galleries Wednesday 16 March 5 30pm Samuel Alexander A215 Art History Visual Studies Visiting Lecture Douglas Brine Trinity University San Antonio Texas Jan van Eyck and the Shield of St George Tuesday 19 April 6 00pm John Casken Lecture Theatre Martin Harris Centre Sponsored by the JRRI Medieval and Early Modern Research Seminar Series Margit Thofner University of East Anglia Picturing Music in Sixteenth century Antwerp Marten de Vos s Motet Prints Wednesday 27 April 5 30pm Samuel Alexander A215 Art History Visual Studies Visiting Lecture Jonathan Harris Birmingham City University The Global Contemporary Art World Anatomy and Prescription Thursday 5 May 4 00 7 00pm Christie Room John Rylands Library Deansgate Double session co sponsored by Art History Visual Studies and

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12120 (2016-02-12)
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  • FKW 59 - Deutschland (post)kolonial? - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    likes me Joseph Beuys Selbstinszenierung als Schamane und Indianer im Kontext deutscher Erinnerungskultur Kathleen Rahn Die AG Postkolonial in Leipzig Ein Bericht Edition Jana König Elisabeth Steffen und Inga Turczyn Mauern 2 0 Migrantische und Anti rassistische Perspektiven auf den Mauerfall Nanna Heidenreich WIDERREDE WIEDERREDE Eine Einführung zum Projekt Mauern 2 0 von Jana König Elisabeth Steffen und Inga Turczyn Rezensionen Daniela Hammer Tugendhat Kathrin Hoffmann Curtius 2014 Bilder zum

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12119 (2016-02-12)
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  • Vasari @ Santa Croce (Florence, 3-4 Mar 2016) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    4 MARCH 8 45 Registration Opens 9 10 Welcome from Ludovica Sebregondi Consigliere Segretario dell Opera di Santa Croce Sally Cornelison Syracuse University 9 15 10 45 Session 1 Structural and Artistic Legacy Santa Croce Chair Paola Vojnovic Opera di Santa Croce The Position of the Tramezzo in Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella A Comparative Metric Study Nevena Radojevic Università di Firenze and Stefano Giannetti Università di Firenze The Magdalen in our Midst Reimaging the Role of the Saint in the Nave of Santa Croce Florence Michelle A Erhardt Christopher Newport University Bicci di Lorenzo e Donatello in Santa Croce Un riscontro materiale della concezione storica delle Vite vasariane Giovanni Giura Università di Firenze 10 45 11 00 am Coffee Break 11 00 am 12 30 pm Session 2 Renovation and Collaboration Within and Without Santa Croce Chair Sally Cornelison Syracuse University Beyond Santa Croce Agency and Influence in the Elimination of Florence s Rood Screens Joanne Allen American University A messer Giorgio Vasari a buon conto del ciborio Un anno prima di Santa Croce il ciborio vasariano della Cattedrale di San Zeno a Pistoia la sua architettura e la sua iconografia Costantino Ceccanti Università di Firenze Vasari and his Subcontractors Francesco da Sangallo Dionigi Nigetti and Battista Botticelli at Santa Croce Anne Proctor Roger Williams University 12 30 2 00 pm Lunch Break 2 00 3 45 pm Session 3 Reform Painting Santa Croce Chair Marcia Hall Temple University The Sacramental Order Vasari and the Franciscans during the Council of Trent Filip Malesevic University of Fribourg Figure ben disposte e colorite con forza e rilievo La Deposizione di Francesco Salviati a Santa Croce Eloi de Tera Universitat de Barcelona Vasari s Last Tribute to Michelangelo Content Context and the Buonarroti Altarpiece Sally J Cornelison Syracuse University La tomba

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12121 (2016-02-12)
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  • Ways of Spectating in Antiquity (Toronto, 5-8 Jan 2017) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    2011 scholarship has thus far generally discussed the audience in relationship to ancient drama without contextualizing the audience in terms of their broader experience of spectatorship And while the field of Performance Studies see Schechner 2013 has had a profound impact on contemporary theatre scholarship its influence has yet to be widely felt in the study of Greek and Roman theatre and other ancient performance traditions This panel seeks papers which attempt to situate the audience of ancient drama in the larger context of the variety of performance traditions spectating opportunities which co existed alongside the theatre and to query how we might define performance in antiquity Our goal is to provide a clearer sense of what it meant to be a spectator in the ancient world and how the variety of spectating opportunities available shaped audiences their experiences and their understanding of any given genre When an audience gathered to watch a theatrical performance in antiquity where did that experience fit into their larger cultural experiences of performance and spectatorship and how might it have shaped how they interpreted what they saw on stage How can the experience of being a spectator make meaning for the individual or the group Among the topics that potential contributors might consider are choral performance and spectating athletics and spectating rhapsodic performances and spectating lyric performances and spectating legal proceedings and spectatorship religious ritual and spectatorship architecture and spectating sculpture painting or other art forms and spectating tourism and spectatorship spectating within a festival context comparative studies of spectatorship in ancient and modern genres Please send abstracts that follow the guidelines for individual abstracts see the SCS website by email to Timothy Wutrich trw14 at case edu not to the panel organizers Review of abstracts will begin March 1 The deadline for submission

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12123 (2016-02-12)
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  • "The Savage hits back" revisited (Cologne, 12-13 Feb 2016) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    the first time When primitivists were interested in formal abstraction or the magic of fetishes Lips pointed out the explicit realism that is generated in the depictions of the Westerner and his material culture What do we know today nearly 80 years after Lips work about the contexts and the effect of art works depicting the Westerner from a non western perspective What were the purposes of these images and to what extent were they meant to travel in time and space or to remain on site Is it possible to unravel the biography of such objects today and can we reconstruct the networks that shaped their production circulation and reception in situ Why and in which respect do these enigmatic objects receive attention over time and how are they valued and represented in exhibitions and publications today This workshop takes place at the Rautenstrauch Joest Museum which hosts the collection of Europeans that Julius Lips acquired as director of the museum It invites to reconsider the work of Lips in order to prepare a scholarly volume celebrating the 80th birthday of The Savage hits back Program Friday February 12 Venue VHS Saal Rautenstrauch Joest Museum 12 00 12 30 Welcome and Introduction Anna Brus Erhard Schüttpelz Locating Media Medienwissenschaft Universität Siegen 12 30 13 30 Object Lessons Ratzel Frobenius Lips Christopher Pinney Anthropology and Visual Culture University College London 13 30 14 30 Lunch 14 30 15 30 Between Mimicry and Mockery African Representations of the European Other as Spirit Matthias Krings Ethnologie und populäre Kultur Afrikas Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz 15 30 16 30 Entangled Humour Art and Alterity in the Colonial Encounter Anna Brus Locating Media Universität Siegen 16 30 17 00 Coffee 17 00 18 00 Zwischen Lehrstuhl und Indianerzelt Eva and Julius Lips as Americanists

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12122 (2016-02-12)
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