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    Infrastructures of Trading and Transferring Art since 1900

    Infrastructures of Trading and Transferring Art since 1900

    … from three continents, the three days of the workshop aim to reveal those institutions and networks and lay behind the commercial and non-commercial circulation of artworks. Keynote lectures will be held by Ana Magalhães (São Paulo) and Nathalie Heinich (Paris). The list of presenters also includes researchers from KEMKI. Although art market studies as an academic field has become increasingly popular in the last decade, there has been little research that critically examines …

    #workshop #infrastructure #crossing borders conference 2024.06.27. - 28.
    CFP: Central and Eastern European Artists in  Interwar Metropolises

    CFP: Central and Eastern European Artists in Interwar Metropolises

    … for shorter or longer periods; and most enjoyed the help of personal, professional or political networks while abroad. In addition to analysing individual cases and oeuvres of forced or voluntary, and temporary or permanent artistic emigration, the conference will address how networks may have centred on traditional institutions of artist education, political movements, intellectual circles or actors generated by private (family, friends) social capital. The social relations of modern …

    #emigration #network #interwar #conference conference - 2024.04.30.
    CFP: Infrastructures of Trading and Transferring Art since 1900

    CFP: Infrastructures of Trading and Transferring Art since 1900

    … topics and can present arguments based of case studies or an overarching thesis: Actors and networks for transferring and trading art, such as auction houses, dealers, galleries, museums, art societies, artists’ networks or collectives, dealer and/or collector consortia, laymen; Locations and platforms for trading and transferring art, such as museums, freeports, hotels, apartments, fairs, and online platforms; State involvement in trading and transferring art, such as …

    #workshop #infrastructure #crossing borders conference - 2024.01.31. 23:59
    What is to be Done? Methodological Challenges to Art Historical Research in Central and Eastern Europe

    What is to be Done? Methodological Challenges to Art Historical Research in Central and Eastern Europe

    … 13.00 – Lunch break 13.00 – 15.00 Panel 2: Revisiting socialist art: artists’ networks and exhibition histories Pavlína Morganová – Introduction – The Society of Exhibition under Socialism: what we learnt and what is there to discover in exhibition histories Mădălina Brașoveanu – State-supported subversion or acts of deterritorialization? How to describe “the alternative” in the art exhibitions from the 1980s in Romania? Joanna Matuszak – …

    Konferenciafelhívás

    Konferenciafelhívás

    … the present: - Revisiting socialist art: state-supported institutions, exhibitions, and global networks. - Interconnectedness and mobility: artists' networks, circulation, transference, and exchange. - Social art history in a socialist context: Marxism, anti-politics and artistic labor. - Critical art history today: race, gender and decoloniality in Eastern Europe. - Curating and other forms of collective art historical engagement. If you are interested to participate in the …

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