- 1.ARTL@S Seminar 2017-2018 : Opening
- 2.Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel : Why Not Map ?
- 3.The Artlas Databases : GEOMAP and the ARtlas Exhibition Database. Opening of the Test Phase
- 4.Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel: Exhibition catalogues and their use for art history
- 5.Elitza Dulguerova (INHA) : The Biennale de Paris. Issues of a Research Program.
- 6.Louis Gevart (PhD in Art History) : De jardin en jardin – La ronde des expositions internationales de sculpture en plein air dans l’Europe des années 1950
- 7.Cecilia Fajardo-Hill : the making of the Exhibition « Radical Women in Latin American Art 1960-1985 »
- 8.Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann (univ. de Princeton) : Tales of Trousers. Global clothing, history, and art history
- 9.B. Joyeux-Prunel : Digital Cartography: An Introduction, 1.
- 10.Elodie Vaudry : « Pre-colombian » // Alice Bombardier : The Biennials of Tehran (1958-1966)
- 11.Léa Saint-Raymond – Close and distant reading of art circulation in auctions
- 12.B. Joyeux-Prunel : Digital Cartography: An Introduction, 2.
- 13.Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel : Managing Big Corpora of Sources Digitally
- 14.Alexandre Kazerouni (PSL) : Les biennales comme outil d’analyse de la relation entre libéralisme culturel et autoritarisme dans le monde islamique depuis les années 1960
- 15.Artl@s Lab’ : Managing Big Corpora – Workshop
- 16.Adriana Ortega Orozco : Mexico at the Venice Biennial, 1950
- 17.WAS – Women Artists Shows·Salons·Societies (Catherine Dossin, Hanna Alkema)
In partnership with the Artl@s project, AWARE introduces WAS (Women Artists Shows.Salons.Societies), a research project focusing on group exhibitions of women artists. Our ambition is to build a descriptive and analytical catalogue of these exhibitions from the end of the 19th to the end of the 20th century and to start reflecting on their specific history, through the study of the evolution of the social, cultural, and institutional conditions that permitted or made them necessary through the analysis of the various levels of mediation and organisation at work in these shows, or also through the examination of their symbolical functioning and critical response.
Hanna Alkema (AWARE) and Catherine Dossin (Purdue University)
Catherine Dossin is Associate Professor of Art History at Purdue University, Vice Director of Artl@s, and Editor of the Artl@s Bulletin. Her research pertains to the geopolitics of the art world, the history of art history, cultural transfers, and artistic circulations. She is the author of The Rise and Fall of American Art, 1940s-1980s: A Geopolitics of Western Art Worlds (Routledge, 2015), the co-editor with Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann and Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel of Circulations in the Global History of Art(Routledge, 2015), and the editor of France and the Visual Arts since 1945: Remapping European Postwar and Contemporary Art (Bloomsbury, forthcoming 2018).
Hanna Alkema is art historian and a member of AWARE. She is in charge of AWARE’s scientific projects.
Thursday, May 31, 13:30-15:30.
Place: Salle de l’IHMC, 45 rue d’Ulm, Paris, Escalier D, 4th floor (3e étage).