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2018-2019 : Women in the Globalization of Art

The session will introduce the use of the digital databases put on line by Artl@s, with the objective to find as much as possible about the presence and role of women in the artistic and cultural internationalization. In particular, we will use the Artl@s world database of exhibition catalogues, 19th-20th centuries (direct access: . This international collaborative project (more than 30 contributors), in online open access, gives access to all the textual information contained in many exhibition catalogues: information on the exhibitions (address, date, place, organising committees, etc.), on the exhibitors (names, first names, addresses, name of the master, places of birth and sometimes of death, nationality, country, etc.), on the works (catalogue number, title, subtitle, date, size, name of the collector, place of conservation, price, etc.). The query interface allows punctual searches (which artist exhibited which work on which date), and expert queries (where did foreign collectors of which artist live between which years…). The visualization interface enables cartographic, chronological and quantitative visualizations.

October 18, 2018, 1:30-3:30 p.m., at the ENS, 45 rue d’Ulm, IHMC room (staircase D, 4th floor).


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