CFP: Archival Absences: An Incomplete History of Photography (Deadline: 20 October 2022)

For the second time, the Bibliotheca Hertziana, the Max Planck Institute for Art History in Rome, and Folkwang University of the Arts, Essen, invite emerging doctoral and post-doctoral scholars, working in the interdisciplinary field of theory and history of photography, to participate in and contribute to a photo-historical seminar. Next year’s topic is Archival Absences An Incomplete … Continue reading CFP: Archival Absences: An Incomplete History of Photography (Deadline: 20 October 2022)

CFP: Transcultural Positions in Curating and Pedagogies (online/Dresden,14-16 Jul 22)

CFP: Transcultural Positions in Curating and Pedagogies (online/Dresden,14-16 Jul 22) online / Dreaden, Jul 14–16, 2022 Deadline: May 22, 2022 Lessons Learned? Transcultural Positions in Curating and Pedagogies Location: Dresden State Art Collections (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden/SKD), Dresden, Germany in the framework of the second edition of the Transcultural Academy organised at the Japanese Palace. Organized … Continue reading CFP: Transcultural Positions in Curating and Pedagogies (online/Dresden,14-16 Jul 22)

ANN: Emperor Rudolf II’s Paintings Collection Revisited: New Ideas and Perspectives – Lecture by Štěpán Vácha (Collecting Central Europe, 22 Mar 2022, 7pm; online)

Rudolf’s art collections represent an extensive field of research with a wide range of opinions. The current discourse oscillates between the idea of a private museum accessible only to the emperor and court artists and a semi-public collection conceived in the symbolic meaning as the form of sovereign representation. Scholars have mainly paid attention to the … Continue reading ANN: Emperor Rudolf II’s Paintings Collection Revisited: New Ideas and Perspectives – Lecture by Štěpán Vácha (Collecting Central Europe, 22 Mar 2022, 7pm; online)

Looted Art Conference Venice (25 Mar, 2022)

The Ateneo Veneto, Venice, Italy, hosts an international conference on Nazi-looted art on 25 March 2022. The objective of the conference is to raise awareness of the subject of Nazi-looted art in Italy, emphasizing the urgent need of provenance research in Italian art collections and offering practical solutions to those who in the years from … Continue reading Looted Art Conference Venice (25 Mar, 2022)

Call for Papers: Close Encounters – Cross-Cultural Exchange between the Low Countries and Britain 1500-1800 (The Hague, 22 September 2022)

Call for Papers: Close Encounters – Cross-Cultural Exchange between the Low Countries and Britain 1500-1800 (The Hague, 22 September 2022) On 22 September 2022, a symposium at the RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History will mark the launch of the heavily annotated and illustrated digital English language version of Horst Gerson’s chapter on ‘England’ … Continue reading Call for Papers: Close Encounters – Cross-Cultural Exchange between the Low Countries and Britain 1500-1800 (The Hague, 22 September 2022)