Co-Constituting the Global
Christinenstraße 18-19, Haus 8
June 22, 2018
3:00 -9:00 p.m.
Public part of the 2-day working session programme of Global Asia / Pacific Art Exchange (GAX) 2018 in Berlin
Co-constituting the Global addresses the lived entanglements of the global that are not adequately theorized by notions of the global and the local, which bifurcate experiences that are necessarily co-constituting. It will take up the question of how artworks, artists, cultural producers, art historians, historians, and theorists who simultaneously exist on multiple and intertwining scales, co-constitute the global in relation with one another through meaning making/world-making processes of (critical) interconnecting, social networks, transnational/transcultural historiography, the circulation of objects, and imagined communities. Continue reading “CONF: Co-Constituting the Global (Berlin, 22 Jun 18)”
Pflichtversicherungen gegen Ansprüche auf Kulturgut?
Ein Vorschlag zur nachhaltigen Konfliktlösung zwischen Anspruchstellern und Besitzern von Raubkunst
Donnerstag, 28. Juni 2018, um 12.00 Uhr c.t.,
Ahnensaal des Bundesdenkmalamts, Hofburg (Säulenstiege)
TIAMSA Co-Chair Johannes Nathan discusses a proposal for title insurance for cultural property (hosted by the Austrian Commission for Provenance Research; in German)
In this talk, Johannes Nathan will further discuss a proposal which he briefly presented at the recent ‘Spoliation Conference’ (National Gallery London, 12 September 2017). This talk (in German) forms part of the ‘Mittagsgespräche‘ related to matters concerning provenance research and displaced or looted art
Thursday, 28. June 2018, 12:15, Ahnensaal des Bundesdenkmalamts, Hofburg (Säulenstiege)
Open to all
Program: Mittagsgespräch_Nathan (pdf)
Terra Foundation for American Art
121 rue de Lille
June 14, 2018
Deadline: Jun 14, 2018
The symposium « WAS (Women Artists Shows·Salons·Societies) : collective exhibitions of women artists in the 1970s in Europe and North America » organized by the research group Artl@s (École normale supérieure, PSL, Labex TransferS) and the Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions (AWARE), with the collaboration of Terra Foundation for American Art, is the second meeting of a research project focusing on group exhibitions of women artists, following the inaugural conference that took place in December 2017 at the Galeries Nationales du Jeu de Paume in Paris.
The ambition of the project is to build a descriptive and analytical catalogue of these exhibitions from the end of the 19th to the end of the 20th century and to start reflecting on their specific history, through the study of the evolution of the social, cultural, and institutional conditions that permitted or made them necessary through the analysis of the various levels of mediation and organisation at work in these shows, or also through the examination of their symbolical functioning and critical response. Continue reading “ANN: WAS – Women Artists Shows Salons Societies (Paris, 14 Jun 18)”
International Summer School on Digital Art History (DAHSS)
Málaga, September 3 – 08, 2018
Deadline: Jun 21, 2018
We are pleased to announce that the International Summer School on Digital Art History (DAHSS), a joint initiative of the University of Málaga and the University of Berkeley, will celebrate the third edition from September 3 to 8 (2018) in Málaga (Spain).
The application period is now open (until June 21). Please, visit: http://historiadelartemalaga.uma.es/dahss18/en/applications/
Under the title of Data-Driven Analysis and Digital Narratives, DAHSS pursues two objectives: a) to configure an interdisciplinary framework to expand the IT skills of students, scholars and professionals dealing with the production, representation and communication of knowledge in the fields of Art History, Visual Culture and Cultural Heritage; b) to build a environment where creative, innovative and collaborative research practices are encouraged and promoted. Continue reading “ANN: Summer School: Data-Driven Analysis and Digital Narratives (Malaga, 3-8 Sep 18)”
Arbeitskreis für spätmittelalterliche Wirtschaftsgeschichte
Hirschgässlein 21, 4051 Basel
Markets and the agents who shaped and created them are the subject of the 6th annual conference of the research group on premodern economic history. Markets feature prominently in recent research. Discussions cover the questions, for example, how a market can be grasp as a place, an event or a mechanism of exchange, or whether premodern economies have just hosted markets or if some of them can even be regarded as market economies.
The conference in Basel will now turn to the agents who forged and connected markets. Exchange was done between persons and with the help of persons: Artisans, retailers and poor people tried to better their living conditions by engaging on the market, merchants interconnected different markets, urban personnel (such as brokers, men working at the public scales, or the town council as a whole) regulated and facilitated exchange. Continue reading “CONF: Markets and their Agents – Basel 06/18”
Deadline: Jun 15, 2018
Organisers: Susan Bracken, Andrea M. Gáldy, Adriana Turpin (International Forum Collecting & Display)
Since its foundation in 2004, the international forum Collecting & Display has investigated numerous aspects of both collections and collectors. This type of activity has taken place at our own conferences, which resulted in a number of publications. We have also participated in meetings organised by other societies.
For the 2019 annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America we are proposing three inter-related panels, which would examine the question of access to the collection from different perspectives. This session proposes to extend the discussion of the nature and pertinence of collections by focusing on the spaces in which they were displayed and how access to those spaces was controlled. By examining how collections were displayed, used and presented and who had access to these spaces, we hope to develop a deeper understanding of the meaning of the collection to its owner and its significance to contemporaries. Continue reading “CFP: Sessions at RSA, A Matter of Access (Toronto, 17-19 Mar 19)”
June 20 – 24, 2018
Registration deadline: Jun 20, 2018
Practice and Power. A major transnational event exploring questions of negotiation, exchange and representation in contemporary collaborative arts practice
Keynotes: Jeanne van Heeswijk, Pier Luigi Sacco.
Artists across the world are engaging with diverse constituencies to develop projects that seek to influence and expand the possibilities for greater participation and agency across artistic, cultural and socio-political spheres. Practice and Power will consider this paradigm shift towards collaborative processes and methodologies within the arts. Continue reading “CONF: Practice and Power (Dublin, 20-24 Jun 18)”