The art of the Ancien Régime – centers, actors, objects
October 11 – December 4, 2017
Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte / Centre allemand d’histoire de l‘art
Hôtel Lully, 45, rue des Petits Champs
All lectures will be held at
6.00pm, Salle Julius Meier-Graefe, DFK Paris
This semester the DFK has the pleasure to host the following speakers: Continue reading “Lecture series: L’art de l’Ancien Regime (Paris, 11 Oct-4 Dec 17)”
Visual Resources XXXIII/3-4, 2017
Visual Resources. An International Journal on Images and their Uses.
Published by Routledge/Taylor and Francis.
Vol. XXXIII no.3-4 is now published, print and online: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/gvir20/current
From the Table of Contents:
Bruno Alfieri, Leo Castelli and Robert Rauschenberg: Metro and the Introduction of Rauschenberg into Italy
by Graham Smith
Reference: TOC: Visual Resources XXXIII/3-4, 2017. In: ArtHist.net, Oct 11, 2017. <https://arthist.net/archive/16349>.
Marburger Jahrbuch fuer Kunstwissenschaft, Bd. 43 (2016)
Editors Ingo Herklotz and Hubert Locher,
with Angela Kappeler-Meyer und Lena Terlisten
Publication of the Kunstgeschichtliche Institut der Philipps-Universität Marburg/Lahn and the Deutschen Dokumentationszentrums für Kunstgeschichte – Bildarchiv Foto Marburg
(with the support of Wilhelm Hahn und Erben-Stiftung, Bad Homburg),
Weimar/Kromsdorf: Verlag und Datenbank für Geisteswissenschaften 2017
From the content:
Irene Schütze: Koons, Murakami und Vasconcelos in Versailles. Wertzuschreibung und Wertewandel durch Kontextualisierung
TOC: Marburger Jahrbuch für Kunstwissenschaft, Bd. 43 (2016). In: ArtHist.net, Oct 9, 2017. <https://arthist.net/archive/16333>.
The Art Market in the 20th and 21st Centuries: Mapping a still unwritten history
Lecture by TIAMSA Co-Chair Johannes Nathan at the Palácio do Correio Velho, Lisbon, Friday, 20 October, 6pm
Beginning with a brief overview of the speaker’s family history, this lecture will outline the development of the art market in the 20th century and the changing role of different business models. In view of the recent attention to provenance research, it will then turn to the growing importance of the study of art market history. The lecture will conclude by pointing to the challenges that still face students of this subject – and how they might be overcome.
The lecture will be preceded by a workshop on „The Art Market Dictionary – The Challenge of Raw Data“ for the students of Mercados da Arte Contemporânea no Mundo Global at the Instituto de História da Arte, Universidade Nova de Lisboa on 19 October 2017, 6pm to 9pm
These are the kick-off events of the “Art Market and Collecting in the European Southern Countries and Brazil”, a new TIAMSA sub-committee, whose first meeting will take place on 19 October in Lisbon.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Archives announces the availability for research of the Margaretta M. Salinger records and the Textile Study Room records.
Margaretta M. Salinger records
Margaretta M. Salinger had a long and distinguished career at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 1930 she joined the Met’s Department of Paintings as Special Cataloguer, going on to become a Research Fellow, Senior Researcher and Associate Curator. In 1970 Salinger was named Curator in the European Paintings department, and upon her retirement in 1972 she was named Curator Emeritus. In addition to her curatorial work, Salinger was active on various Museum committees related to publications, most notably the Editorial Advisory Committee, which is the focus of the bulk of these records. Included are proposals for publications, notes from meetings, budget documents, memoranda and correspondence, mostly dating from the 1940s-1960s. There are several files as well from other committees on which Salinger served, mostly related to Museum publication projects. Finding aid: http://libmma.org/digital_files/archives/Margaretta_Salinger_records_b19413130.pdf
Textile Study Room records
The Textile Study Room of The Metropolitan Museum of Art opened in 1908. From then until the mid-1990s, when its activities were integrated into those of the Antonio Ratti Textile Center, the Textile Study Room was consulted by students, designers, and others seeking knowledge or inspiration from historical and contemporary examples of fabrics. In its early years, research supported by the Textile Study Room focused on European textiles and laces, as well as Japanese and Chinese textiles. The Textile Study Room frequently hosted lectures about its holdings by curators and specialists in the field. It also acquired photographs of fabrics and textiles from Central and South America, Asia, and India. The records include correspondence, invoices, fabric samples, photographs and other items that document the work of curators and other staff of this department over several decades. Finding aid:
For information about access to these collections at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Archives, contact email@example.com or visit our website at http://libmma.org/portal/museum-archives/.
Reference: WWW: New Art Historical Resources on the Web . In: ArtHist.net, Oct 9, 2017. <https://arthist.net/archive/16427>.
Deadline for all application materials, including transcripts and letters of recommendation: November 3, 2017, 5:00 p.m. (ET)
Founded in the spring of 2013, The Leonard A. Lauder Research Center for Modern Art is a leading center for scholarship on modern art with a focus on Cubism and aims, through its various programs, to make critical contributions to the study of twentieth-century art. Continue reading “Apply Now: Leonard A. Lauder Fellowships in Modern Art”
Enclosed, please find the program to the conference
Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino nelle collezioni e nella storia del collezionismo
Organizzazione scientifica: Sybille Ebert-Schifferer, Claudia La Malfa
Istituto Max Planck per la storia dell’arte
Villino Stroganoff, Via Gregoriana 22, 00187 Roma
American University of Rome
Auditorium, Via Pietro Roselli 16, 00153 Roma
Carly Collier, Marzia Faietti, Antoinette Friedenthal, Barbara Pezzini, Robert Skwirblies and Catherine Whistler.
Raphael_Conf_2017-Rome (pdf., 596 kb)