The thematic school is organised by the LARHRA and the Université Lumière Lyon 2 in collaboration with the Université Libre de Bruxelles and Erasmus University, Rotterdam.
It aims to provide the research community interested in the study of art markets with an interdisciplinary theoretical approach and methodological tools in line with the most up-to-date analytical methods in order to bring out new research perspectives.
About fifteen international specialists in art history, economics, law, sociology, finance, digital humanities from all over Europe and the United States will animate it in a spirit of exchange and sharing of knowledge.Continue reading “APPLY NOW: “Art Markets an integrated perspective” 24th-28th June 2019, Lyon”
Frick Library New York – The Digital Art History Lab Lectures
Viewing the Gilded Age Art Market Through a Digital Lens
Anne Helmreich, Associate Director for Digital Initiatives at the Getty Research Institute
VORTRAG AM MONTAG, 11/02/2019
Dr. Janina Nentwig, Berlin, spricht über:
„Zwischen Enthusiasmus und Bratkartoffeln“
Die Novembergruppe und der Kunstmarkt 1919–1932
Datum: 11/02/2019, 18:15 Uhr
Ort: Raum A 111, Architekturgebäude der TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin
Im Anschluss an den Vortrag laden wir herzlich zu einem Umtrunk ein.Continue reading “ANN: Lecture: „Zwischen Enthusiasmus und Bratkartoffeln“ Die Novembergruppe und der Kunstmarkt 1919–1932, Monday, 11th February, Berlin”
TIAMSA New York member Julia May Boddewyn is currently researching an American dealer who worked with watercolour artists from the UK and Italy. Julia would be delighted to connect with fellow TIAMSA members who are experts in the market of watercolours in the first half of the 20th century from these countries!
If you have any information please contact Julie directly: juliacmay[@]gmail.com
Dr Jonathan Conlin (Senior Lecturer in Modern History, University of Southampton)
Monday, 5.30 pm
Wallace Collection Lecture Theatre
The History of Collecting seminar series was established as part of the Wallace Collection’s commitment to the research and study of the history of collections and collecting, especially in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in Paris and London.
The seminars are free, no bookings required. To join the History of Collecting mailing list and receive updates on the future programme, please email your interest to email@example.com
Paris, April 16 – 17, 2019
Deadline: Feb 17, 2019
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American Art in the 1940s: Global Currents, Local Tides. A Study Day in Memory of Professor François Brunet (L’Université Paris Diderot)
Professor of Art and Literature of the United States at the Université Paris Diderot and member of the Institut Universitaire de France, François Brunet (1960-2018) was a historian of art and visual culture of the United States, who specialized in the history of photography. Among his numerous publications are La Naissance de l’idée de photographie (P.U.F., 2000), Photography and Literature (Reaktion Books, 2009), the anthology Agissements du rayon solaire (Presses de l’U de Pau, 2009), and the edited volume L’Amérique des images, Histoire et culture visuelles des Etats-Unis (Hazan/Paris Diderot, 2013).
In 1949, American philosophers John Dewey and Arthur F. Bentley published Knowing and the Known, which laid out the fundamentals of transactionalism—a method of inquiry that emphasizes the collective and transactional nature of knowledge. In this view, the “transactional” is understood as an epistemological shift from the “interactional,” in which persons, objects, or ideas are organized as operating one upon another. Transactionalism challenges the notion of fixed causality, instead emphasizing a systematic approach to inquiry that locates its subject on the ever-dynamic nexus of space and time.Continue reading “CFP: American Art in the 1940s (Paris, 16-17 Apr 19)”