Deadline: Sep 30, 2018
The third issue of Novecento Transnazionale will present a selection of articles focusing on Transnational perspectives and art history. This was born out of the idea that during the last decades, and particularly during the last thirty years, a revision of the systems of analysis, construction and narration of art history was necessary vis-à-vis a world increasingly characterized by migrations, the overcoming of national states and the intertwining of culture, history and identity. Continue reading “CFP: Novecento Transnazionale No. 3: Transnational perspectives and art history”
1st Symposium on Art Systemic Relations
ART BEYOND ART
Goethe Institut, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Arte Além da Arte
For information on the TIAMSA Subcommittee Art Market and Collecting in the European Southern Countries and Brazil see below and here.
From production to access, the visual arts field has changed substantially in the last decades, specially considering the performances of agents and institutions, which together act in the creation of legitimating structures and in the definition of what art is or not. However, the logic of production, circulation, legitimation and consumption
is also associated with spheres other than those specific to the artistic context, highlighting the connections inherent in the development of the art system.
In this sense, the 1st Symposium on Art Systemic Relations ART BEYOND ART proposes to debate the transformations in the mode(s) of operation through which the production of contemporary visual arts has been going through.
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The Map is Not the Territory: Globalism in the New York Art World will explore the way global contemporary art — including work from previously overlooked regions — is presented in institutional and commercial settings.
Museum exhibitions and acquisitions, academic scholarship and art criticism, and gallery and auction house sales increasingly reflect an expanded geography. What challenges and opportunities does this new global consciousness present?
Jason Farago (US art critic for the Guardian)
Touria El Glaoui (Founder, 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair)
Sara Raza (Guggenheim UBS Map Curator, Middle East and North Africa)
Allan Schwartzman (Founder, Art Agency, Partners and Chairman, Fine Art Division, Sotheby’s)
Free and open to the public
Florence, Italy. Kent State University, Florence Program, May 31 – June 1, 2017
Deadline: Feb 15, 2017
Intersections/Intersezioni. Conference Session.
The Age of Exploration: Shaping New Tastes in a Global Perspective.
During the Early Modern period, global trade routes determined a new idea of market and exchanges. The traditional idea of European expansion has been questioned over the last few decades, and exchanges between different cultures have been re-considered analysing interactions in a multifaceted way. This session wishes to explore, not only the perception and reception of new products on the European market, but also their agency in facilitating the intersection between different cultures, by looking at:
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