Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History
6 – 7 December, 2018
Deadline: Aug 31, 2018
Exhibiting (and) History
Concept and organization: Maria Bremer, PhD (Bibliotheca Hertziana)
The Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History invites paper proposals for the workshop “Exhibiting (and) History,” organized in the context of the research initiative Rome Contemporary. The aim of the workshop is to develop new perspectives on the relationship between exhibition practice and history from 1960 to the present. Striving for an expanded notion of exhibiting as entangled in and impacting the historical conditions of its time, we seek to re-examine the ways in which art historical research can contribute to the broader field of exhibition studies.
Stemming from the Latin verb exhibere (ex, “out” + habere, “to hold”), literally “hold out, hold forth,” “to show, display, present,” exhibiting has long been considered a practice of deactivation, suspending and reconfiguring the practical use of its objects for aesthetic contemplation. Yet, especially since the 1960s, as the understanding of art has been expanded to include artistic practices beyond art objects, exhibitions too experienced significant transformations. Continue reading “CFP: Exhibiting (and) History (Rome, 6-7 Dec 18)”
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)
Collecting Raphael – Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino in the collections and in the history of collecting
In view of the forthcoming 500th anniversary celebration of Raphael’s death (Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, Urbino 1483 – Rome 1520), an international conference to focus on the reception of Raphael and the history of collections will draw together scholars of collecting and history of taste with curators of the main collections of Raphael’s paintings and drawings in both Italy and abroad. The conference, organised by Sybille Ebert-Schifferer and Claudia La Malfa, will be held at the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max-Planck-Institut für Kunstgeschichte, in Rome in October 2017.
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