Call for Papers: Restoration and Promotion of Architectural Monuments in Central and Eastern Europe in the 19th and First Half of the 20th Centuries International workshop at the Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture, ETH, Zürich, 7-8 July, 2022 Since the early 19th century, on the Dalmatian Coast, in the Carpathian Mountains or … Continue reading Cosmin Minea is organising an international workshop titled ‘Restoration and Promotion of Architectural Monuments in Central and Eastern Europe in the 19th and First Half of the 20th Centuries’
Anna Adashinskaya’s paper is part of a big three days conference on King Milutin. She will also chair a session on Oct. 25 and is part of the international organizing committee. See details in the pictures below!
The talk is part of the seminar series titled ‘National Histories, Imperial Memories: Representing The Past In Interwar Central Europe’ and organised by the CRAACE research project. It includes also a talk by Gábor Egry about public statues and the politics of the past in interwar Transylvania and truly great discussion at the end!
https://www.academia.edu/56507962/Medieval_Art_National_Architectural_Heritage_and_Museums_in_Late_19th_Century_Romania Abstract: This article describes how the material heritage was given newshape and meaning in the context of the new nation-state of Romania. It startsby looking at the history of the first public museum in Romania, namely theMuseum of Natural History and Antiquities in Bucharest and also at thebroader interest in the Roman antiquities in … Continue reading Read About the First Museums of Medieval Art in Romania in the Latest Article by Cosmin Minea, ‘Medieval Art, National Architectural Heritage and Museums in Late 19th Century Romania’
The brief study, part of Mapping Eastern Europe project, attempts to decipher some possible artistic sources and significance for the architecture and interior design of this very original Christian Orthodox church.
Read Anna Adashinskaya’s contribution about the fascinating Lesnovo Monastery in the Mapping Eastern Europe project. The whole Arthist team would like to thank Maria Alessia Rossi and Alice Isabella Sullivan for inviting Anna Adashinskaya and Cosmin Minea (his case study will be announced next) as contributors to their project.
The is titled ‘St Anne, Mary, and Christ’s Body: Anna Selbdritt in 14th- and 15th-Century Wall Paintings in the Kingdom of Hungary’ Click this link to see the schedule and for full registration info. Abstract: This paper will concentrate on 14th and 15th centuries mural representations of Anna Selbdritt in the former Hungarian Kingdom. While academic literature mostly examined … Continue reading Mihnea Mihail will present on 9 July his paper at the Leeds International Medieval Congress
This ERC Starting Grant was awarded to Dr Ada Hajdu in 2018, with New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Study as its Host Institution. The project was due to last five years. Following Dr Hajdu’s untimely death in July 2020, the project was curtailed and will come to an end this summer. The research team and the Host … Continue reading Full Video of our Progress Report: Art Historiographies in Central and Eastern Europe. An Inquiry from the Perspective of Entangled Histories
Cosmin Minea, ‘Foreign and Local Entanglements in the Creation of Romanian Architectural Heritage in the Late 19th Century’, Art and Politics in the Modern Period, Dragan Damjanović et all. (eds.), (Zagreb: University of Zagreb, FF-press, 2019), 293-302. DOWNLOAD IT HERE: https://arthist.ro/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Minea-Zagreb-Article-full.pdf
She will take part in the conference The Influence of the Vienna School of Art History II: The 100th Anniversary of Max Dvořák’s Death which takes place on 15-16 April 2021 online and is organised by the Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences. The conference is held online on Zoom. Registration will take place via e-mail: email@example.com. Unregistered participants will be able … Continue reading Magdalena Kunińska will present her paper titled ‘The dignity of the art historian”: Lech Kalinowski, Jan Białostocki and a response to Max Dvořák “Kunstgeschichte als Geistesgeschichte“ in Poland after the Second World War’ on April 16