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

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: murar@udu.cas.cz. 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

Cosmin Minea will present this Friday his paper, ‘The transnational creation of the Romanian national architectural heritage in the nineteenth century.’ at the international conference ‘Space, Art and Architecture between East and West: The Revolutionary Spirit’, Athens. Watch it on youtube at 11.15 CET.

Click here for the official booklet of the conference The audience will be able to join us on the Hellenic Open University Channel on YouTube, where the conference will be live- streamed here.

Anna Adashinskaya has presented her paper “Pious Offerings to Meteora Monasteries (1348-1420s): Between Political Representation, Family Belonging, and Personal Agency” at the 23rd International Graduate Conference of the Oxford University Byzantine Society.

To access the conference booklet, visit: https://oxfordbyzantinesociety.files.wordpress.com/2021/02/oubs2021_booklet.pdf The general link of the conference is here:  https://oxfordbyzantinesociety.wordpress.com/international-graduate-conference-2021/

Shona Kallestrup is Speaker at the AAH ANNUAL PUBLIC LECTURE | RE-WRITING WOMEN INTO ART HISTORY

This event will take a fresh look at women as collectors, patrons, exhibition organisers and museum founders in Europe in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Until recently, women’s contributions in these areas has been undervalued, not keeping up with the attention and critical recognition that women artists have received. Our three speakers will consider the achievements of some extraordinary and fascinating women in the art world whose accomplishments are less well known than their male counterparts of the period, though are equally significant.