CFP: Objects on the Move. Unpacking the Narratives of Circulating Exhibitions 1900–1952 – Guest Editor: Paola Cordera (Museum, Materials and Discussions. Journal of Museum Studies)

Objects on the Move. Unpacking the Narratives of Circulating Exhibitions 1900–1952  2024-04-16 Objects on the Move Unpacking the Narratives of Circulating Exhibitions 1900–1952 Guest Editor: Paola Cordera   In the 1950s, interest emerged among scholars and museum professionals in circulating exhibitions as a distinct format with its own theoretical principles, goals and technical issues. The … Continue reading CFP: Objects on the Move. Unpacking the Narratives of Circulating Exhibitions 1900–1952 – Guest Editor: Paola Cordera (Museum, Materials and Discussions. Journal of Museum Studies)

Call For Papers: Collecting Her Thoughts-Lightning Talks on Women Art Collectors Across Time

Collecting Her Thoughts: Lightning Talks on Women Art Collectors Across Time Date: June 14, 2024 Hybrid: Over Zoom/Boston, MA CFP Deadline Extended: April 30, 2024 In his introduction to 19’s 2021 issue on women collectors, Tom Stammers writes that “the renewed study of female collectors promises to reconfigure the history of art and the history of … Continue reading Call For Papers: Collecting Her Thoughts-Lightning Talks on Women Art Collectors Across Time

Call For Papers: Backstage Sociability in the Book and Art Market, 17th-21st Centuries.

International conference: Backstage Sociability in the Book and Art Market, 17th-21st Centuries. Paris, Nov 29–30, 2024 Deadline: May 31, 2024 Recent EU laws (such as the 2018 Fifth Directive and the 2019 Money Laundering Regulations) have seen European countries implement national laws on the transparency of transactions in cultural markets. This has put buyer-dealer relationships, … Continue reading Call For Papers: Backstage Sociability in the Book and Art Market, 17th-21st Centuries.

Call For Papers: Backstage Sociability in the Book and Art Market

International conference: Backstage Sociability in the Book and Art Market, 17th-21st Centuries. Paris, Nov 29–30, 2024 Deadline: May 31, 2024 Recent EU laws (such as the 2018 Fifth Directive and the 2019 Money Laundering Regulations) have seen European countries implement national laws on the transparency of transactions in cultural markets. This has put buyer-dealer relationships, … Continue reading Call For Papers: Backstage Sociability in the Book and Art Market

Dutch Bargains and Belgian Sales: Making a Market for Art from the Low Countries in the Americas, c. 1840-1920

Dutch Bargains and Belgian Sales: Making a Market for Art from the Low Countries in the Americas, c. 1840-1920 The Hague, RKD  ̶  Netherlands Institute for Art History, 21 June 2024 In a letter written in March 1853, the Belgian art dealer Ferdinand De Braekeleer jr. asked support from the Belgian government for his recently … Continue reading Dutch Bargains and Belgian Sales: Making a Market for Art from the Low Countries in the Americas, c. 1840-1920