University of Cologne
seminar building, conference room R004
June 22, 2018
Organized by: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Nadine Oberste-Hetbleck
Digital mapping, present in everyday life in the form of navigation devices, is increasingly finding its way into art history research. As part of the symposium Mapping the Art Market, organized by the department for Art Market Studies at the University of Cologne’s Institute of Art History, international researchers will be presenting their projects that pursue art historical issues with the assistance of location analysis. Continue reading “CONF: Mapping the Art Market (Cologne, 22 Jun 18)”
45 rue des Petits Champs
May 30 – 31, 2018
Les travaux récents sur les images ont montré comment de vastes perspectives s’ouvrent dès lors que l’on porte le regard au-delà de la notion moderne et européenne d’art. Mais réduire l’histoire de l’art aux seules images reviendrait à appauvrir drastiquement son domaine de compétences. Cela exclurait en effet des catégories entières d’objets qui ne sont pas des images – à commencer par les « arts appliqués » européens, qui ont pourtant eu leur part dans la constitution historique de la discipline. Les artefacts variés de cultures non-européennes, souvent pré-coloniales, sont souvent négligés eux aussi, alors même qu’un rôle décisif devrait leur revenir dans une histoire de l’art à échelle globale et de pertinence interdisciplinaire. Continue reading “CONF: L’histoire de l’art et les objets (Paris, 30-31 May 18)”
To attend this event, please register here
November 29 – 30, 2018
Deadline: May 28, 2018
In recent years the field of art research has become wider and polymorphous. There are at least two reasons for this. The first concerns the development and strengthening of artistic research in art academies since the late 1990’s. Today artistic research has become an umbrella term that covers all kinds of art research, especially research that concerns contemporary art.
The other reason is a consequence of structural changes in the universities and their curricula. Through these changes traditional disciplines have been merged into one another, transformed or constituted together with nearby disciplines. At the same time, practically-oriented and specific study programs that serve working life, for example curatorial studies, have become more general and increased in numbers within universities. Amongst these developments there have also appeared changes in methodologies and theoretical apparatus. Continue reading “CFP: Connoisseurship in Contemporary Art Research (Helsinki, 29-30 Nov 18)”
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The DFK Paris’s extensive scholarship program enables young researchers to conduct research in France and to exchange their topics with the DFK team of researchers.
The German Center for Art History (DFK Paris) awards two annual grants (from September 2018 to August 2019)
The grants are mainly geared toward PhD and postdoctoral students in art history whose research projects are related to French art or art history. International candidates may apply. The candidates will be selected by the DFK Paris. Continue reading “STIP: 2 Annual Grants (DFK Paris; 09/18 – 08/19)”
VISART IV “Where Computer Vision Meets Art”
4th Workshop on Computer VISion for ART Analysis
In conjunction with the 2018 European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV)
Cultural Center (Kulturzentrum Gasteig), Munich, Germany
Munich, September 09, 2018
Deadline: Jul 9, 2018
Following the success of the previous editions of the Workshop on Computer VISion for ART Analysis held in 2012, 2014 and 2016, we present the VISART IV workshop, in conjunction with the 2018 European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV 2018). VISART will continue its role as a forum for the presentation, discussion and publication of computer vision techniques for the analysis of art. In contrast with prior editions, VISART IV will expand its remit, offering two tracks for submission:
1. Computer Vision for Art – technical work (standard ECCV submission, 14 page excluding references) Continue reading “CFP: Where Computer Vision Meets Art (Munich, 8-14 Sep 18)”