The Diploma in Intellectual Property and Collections will run over three days in London from 24 to 26 June 2019 and in Sydney from 17 to 19 July 2019 . This course will teach you everything you need to know about IP in the context of art and collections management.
Valletta campus, University of Malta, Malta, April 10, 2019
“Dynamics of Mediterranean Artistic Interaction in the Late Medieval and Renaissance Periods” will once again be the theme of the second edition of the international conference being organised by the University of Malta’s Department of Art and Art History to be held on the afternoon of Wednesday 10th April 2019 at the Auditorium of the University of Malta Valletta Campus.
In 1937, Herbert Bayer defined exhibition design as a complex visual language structured both on the dialectic between different elements (Fundamentals of Exhibition Design, 1937) and, more generally, on the treatment of space and its narration. In 1982, with the text “Allestimenti/Exhibit Design”, and later in 1988, with the volume “Mostrare. Allestimento in Italia dagli anni Venti agli anni Ottanta,” Sergio Polano suggested a clear definition of the practice of the exhibition design. By seeking to articulate its history through the lens of the design production, the Italian theorist recognized in this notion: “[…] the art to design the interiors for the dwelling of objects temporarily collected in that totality (unicum) that should be the exhibition” (Polano 1988). In the same period, in Paris, the Cabinet d’Arts Graphiques of the Pompidou Center insisted on the creative potential of the exhibition and its role within the process of creating a work of art, by organizing an exhibition on the theme of “L’œuvre et son accrochage” (1986).
Rouen, H2o auditorium, June 25 – 26, 2020 Deadline: Jun 20, 2019
An international symposium organised by the Paris Nanterre University Foundation in partnership with the Labex “Les Passés dans le Présent” , and the University of Rouen Normandy, with support from the Contrat Normandie-Paris Île-de-France: destination impressionnisme
The Art Market Dictionary (AMD) is the first reference work providing encompassing information on commercial art galleries, dealers, auction houses, fairs and advisers in Europe, the USA and Canada in the 20th and 21st centuries. Its c. 5,000 entries present basic data, overviews of company / individual histories and networks, information about artists exhibited / represented, bibliographies and archival information. Due to appear in 2020, the AMD will be published as an online searchable database and in print.
Written by an established international network of hundreds of authors, the AMD is edited by Dr. Johannes Nathan together with a team of international Section Editors and dedicated editorial staff at De Gruyter Publishers, Berlin. The AMD is also supported by a distinguished international advisory board and a number of specialized institutions such as the Getty Research Institute, the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, or the Archives of American Art.