ANN: Workshop “Art, Law and Artificial Intelligence” at the 29th biennial World Congress of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy. Monday 8 July, 14.00-18.30, Lucerne

IVR 2019 Special Workshop ​⋕​151
Art, Law and Artificial Intelligence

in the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci

University of Lucerne Faculty of Law, Monday 8 July, 14.00-18.30, Room 1.B05

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CONF: Fake News. L’arte e l’informazione contraffatta (Rome, 20-21 Jun 19)

Accademia di Francia a Roma – Villa Medici / Palazzo Firenze – Società Dante Alighieri, June 20 – 21, 2019

FAKE NEWS.
L’arte e l’informazione contraffatta: la manipolazione della realtà tra produzione artistica e indagine storico-critica | L’art et l’information : contrefaire la réalité entre production artistique et enquête historique

VII Giornata Internazionale di Studi Dottorali del Rome Art History Network

A cura di
Ginevra Odone (Université de Lorraine e Sapienza – Università di Roma/RAHN)
Pauline Lafille (EPHE/Académie de France à Rome – Villa Médicis)

Coordinata da
Camilla Ceccotti (Sapienza – Università di Roma e Sorbonne Université/RAHN)

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ANN: Workshop “La Fotografia: Diritti, tutela e mercato” (Il quarto appuntamento dell’anno del Ciclo di incontri I lunedì dell’Arte), 17-06-2019, Milano

Sempre più ricercata dai collezionisti, nonché oggetto di specifiche misure protettive ministeriali, la fotografia sta conquistando un’ampia fetta di mercato. Ma quali sono le caratteristiche del collezionismo di fotografia? Quali gli adempimenti richiesti al fotografo affinché la sua creazione possa essere qualificata come esemplare originale? E quali gli obblighi del mercante per la certificazione di autenticità delle opere fotografiche?

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PUB: Transatlantic Transactions and the Domestic Market: Agnew’s Stock Books in 1894–1895 by Barbara Pezzini and Alan Crookham

open access:

https://www.britishartstudies.ac.uk/issues/issue-index/issue-12/agnews-stock-books

This essay uses the case study of a prominent firm of art dealers, Thos. Agnew and Sons (Agnew’s), to present a methodological discussion of how digital tools can be used to investigate circulation and transnational exchange in the historical art market, highlighting how these tools offer new ideas and opportunities for research, but also present tensions and contradictions.

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ANN:Getty Provenance Index® expands its coverage of German auction sales catalogs (previously spanning 1930–1945) to include those from 1900 to 1929

 Getty Provenance Index® has expanded its coverage of German auction sales catalogs (previously spanning 1930–1945) to include those from 1900 to 1929, enabling a fuller understanding of this volatile period and of the dealers and collectors involved. More than 3,140 auction catalogs from over 130 auctions houses from dozens of cities across Germany and Austria were added to the Sales Catalogs database. Over 568,500 records are now searchable online, containing paintings, sculptures, drawings, and miniatures.

The updated German Sales webpage is here: http://www.getty.edu/research/tools/provenance/german_sales.html

You can search the Sales Catalogs records here: http://piprod.getty.edu/starweb/pi/servlet.starweb?path=pi/pi.web

A blogpost on the project is here: http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/half-a-million-records-on-early-20th-century-german-art-market-added-to-getty-provenance-index/

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ANN: The Cavalcaselle Collection (Fondo Cavalcaselle)

Giovanni Battista Cavalcasselle (1819-1897), the founder of modern Italian art-historical studies, used drawing as a crucial instrument for his art historical research, which issued in several fundamental texts written in collaboration with the British connoisseur Joseph Archer Crowe (1825-1896). Cavalcaselle drew some noteworthy sketches and took important notes about the technique, the conservation, the attribution and the provenance of some specific paintings placed all around Europe. These materials, donated in 1904 to the Marciana Library by Angela Rovea, his widow, enhance the comprehension of the ways in which Cavalcaselle, as well as his editorial partner Crowe, studied and evaluated drawing, painting and etching skills.

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CFP: Liquidity Incorporated (Luxembourg, 5-10 Jul 20)

International Word and Images Studies Association (IAWIS/AIERTI), University of Luxembourg, July 5 – 10, 2020
Deadline: Aug 31, 2019

// French version below //

Liquidity Incorporated:
Early Capitalism on the High Seas in Contemporary Text and Image

Session Chair:
Amanda Wasielewski, awasielewski@gradcenter.cuny.edu
(Tuesday, 7 July 2020 15:00-16:30)

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