CFP: Le marche de l’art dans la seconde moitie du XVIIIe siecle (Paris, 5 Jun 19)

Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris, June 05, 2019
Deadline: Apr 5, 2019

Appel à communication : “Le marché de l’art dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle : expertises, négociations et controverses”

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ANN: Invited researchers at INHA in 2020, Paris

Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA), Paris, January 01, 2020
Deadline: Mar 30, 2019

Invitation de chercheurs à l’INHA en 2020

L’Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA), à Paris, est un institut public de recherche et une bibliothèque spécifiquement dédiée à l’histoire de l’art. Pour l’année 2020, afin d’encourager les échanges nationaux et internationaux, l’Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA) accueillera des chercheurs/euses, pour une durée comprise entre 1 et 3 mois. La priorité sera accordée aux chercheurs/euses confirmés/ées, qu’ils/elles soient affiliés/ées à un établissement ou indépendants.

Les chercheurs/euses intéressés/ées doivent prendre contact avec la direction du département (der-dir @ inha.fr) et le cas échéant  avec la direction de la bibliothèque (info-bibliotheque @ inha.fr) et parallèlement télécharger leur candidature en ligne.

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STIP: DFK Paris 2019-20 Jahresthema: Die Kuenste und die neuen Medien (20.-21. Jh.)

Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte Paris, 01.09.2019
Application deadline: Apr 15, 2019

Die Künste und die neuen Medien (20.-21. Jahrhundert)

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EXH: Hungarian artists exhibiting at the ‘Galerie Der Sturm‘ (Paris)

Hungarian artists exhibiting at the ‘Galerie Der Sturm‘ in Berlin, 1913-1932

This March, Galerie Le Minotaure and Galerie Alain Le Gaillard, both in Paris – assisted by Krisztina Passuth, the doyenne of modern Hungarian art history and avant-garde specialist – team up for an exhibition presenting a particular episode in the history of the European avant-garde of the first decades of the XXth century: Hungarian artists exhibiting at the ‘Galerie Der Sturm‘ in Berlin, 1913-1932.

(c) Galerie Le Minotaure 2018

(c) Galerie Alain Le Gaillard 2018

Workshop: The Avant-Garde and its Networks (Beirut, 14-15 Nov 16)

The Avant-Garde and its Networks – Surrealism in Paris, North Africa and the Middle East from the 1930s

Beirut, Orient-Institut, November 14 – 15, 2016

Research into Surrealism in the Middle East and North Africa is still in its infancy, despite an increased interest in the subject in the last couple of years, especially in Egypt’s Art and Freedom group. It is generally assumed that the artistic and cultural exchanges took place mainly between the “center” in Paris and the respective “peripheries”, and less so between the peripheries themselves. The workshop seeks to shed light on Surrealism as a political, social, literary and artistic phenomenon that migrated beyond Europe and was translated into different contexts. It focuses on international networks and translation processes between Paris, Beirut, Cairo, and other cities from North Africa to Iran. The question of how the circulation and reception of artistic and literary ideas and practices have affected the concepts of Surrealism and modernity is another point the workshop seeks to address.

Conception and organization: Monique Bellan/Orient-Institut Beirut (OIB)  and Julia Drost/Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte Paris (DFK).

Full Program  

ReferenceCONF: The Avant-Garde and its Networks (Beirut, 14-15 Nov 16). In: H-ArtHist, Nov 8, 2016 (accessed Nov 12, 2016).