The Journal of the Archives and Records Association invites submissions for its special issue
VISUAL ARTS ARCHIVES
Recent years have seen a rise in the profile of the visual arts archive. From a specialist sector, the field has become a site of rich convergence for many current issues affecting archives, such as interdisciplinary encounters with notions of the archive, and the archive as a site of creative practice. . . . → En lire plus
The Journal of Curatorial Studies invites submissions for its special issue
CURATING AND THE AFFECTIVE TURN
Edited by Jennifer Fisher and Helena Reckitt
The Journal of Curatorial Studies seeks original research articles for a special thematic issue on how the affective turn has influenced curating and exhibitions.
From immersive installations to phantasmagoric projections, intimate performance to site-based biennials and civic events, contemporary curating increasingly operates within the realms of . . . → En lire plus
La Fondazione Memofonte intende rendere omaggio alla figura di Francis Haskell dedicandogli il n. 12 della rivista « Studi di Memofonte », la cui pubblicazione è prevista per luglio 2014.
A questo fine si chiede agli studiosi interessati di far prevenire entro il 24 novembre 2013 alla redazione della rivista (email@example.com):
- titolo e un abstract del contributo che intendono proporre: il testo non dovrà superare i 2000 caratteri spazi inclusi;
- breve curriculum . . . → En lire plus
La question de l’espace au IVe siècle av. J.-C. : continuités, ruptures, reprises
Projet d’ouvrage collectif organisé par Sophie Montel et Airton Pollini
Université de Franche-Comté – Besançon, EA 4011 Institut des Sciences et Techniques de l’Antiquité (Besançon)
Université de Haute Alsace – Mulhouse, UMR 7044 ARCHIMÈDE (Mulhouse – Strasbourg)
À la . . . → En lire plus
50° nord revue d’art contemporain propose une plate-forme d’expression au monde de l’art en fournissant un discours sur les œuvres et leurs différentes médiations, afin de présenter une vision à la fois rétrospective et prospective de l’art contemporain en eurorégion Nord (Région Nord-Pas de Calais, Belgique et sud de l’Angleterre).
La structuration en trois rubriques permet à a fois de mettre en lumière les expositions et artistes . . . → En lire plus
Tuscan Painting in the Eighteenth Century
The Predella issue scheduled for June 2014 (no. 35) will be dedicated to Tuscan painting in the Eighteenth Century. It will be edited by Emanuele Pellegrini and Stefano Renzoni. This issue aims to bring new contributions on the activity of Tuscan painters in their homeland and abroad, and at the same time to shed light on foreign painters active in Tuscany throughout the . . . → En lire plus
Collecting books had many facets in the Renaissance: paintings, sculpture, gems and antiques were just a few ways of expressing one’s dedication. Books were collected by different social groups, by the humanists for their private studies, by personalities from society, politics or wealthy merchants, to gain some education or to show off their – sometimes pretended – erudition. But private collecting could also be part of a dedication to . . . → En lire plus
This is an open call for submissions for an edited volume on the artist-as-curator for an academic press in the UK. The editor seeks submissions that theorize and/or historicize the breakdown of traditional boundaries separating the practices of artistic creation and curation.
The volume will survey artist-curator activities thematically, geographically, and through in-depth treatments of key figures and events. Submissions should address curatorial interventions by individuals or collectives . . . → En lire plus
Projet de dossier pour la revue Sociétés & représentations coordonné par Sébastien Le Pajolec et Bertrand Tillier
Depuis l’époque classique, la ruine est un motif de la mélancolie et un blason du passé ou de l’histoire, dont la littérature et la peinture romantiques ont réactualisé les valeurs et promu le pittoresque, comme l’ont montré les travaux de Roland Mortier (La poétique . . . → En lire plus
Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society Deadline-CFP: 1 janv. 2014
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR A SPECIAL ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL OF HISTORIANS OF NETHERLANDISH ART
JHNA (ISSN – 1949-9833) is the open-access electronic journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art. Founded in 2009, the journal publishes issues of peer-reviewed articles two times per year. These articles focus on art produced in the Netherlands (north and south) during the . . . → En lire plus
EKPHRASIS. Images, Cinema, Theatre, Media Vol. 2 (10)/2013 Recycling Images: Adaptation, Manipulation, Quotation in the Digital Age
Having long played an essential role in the development of art, media and culture, recycling has emerged also as a field of theoretical explorations. The idea of recycling is understood here in a wider sense, as a production means and critical thinking tool, as an instrument for approaching and reclaiming—equally with deference . . . → En lire plus
Call for Papers : RIHA Journal invites submissions for a Special Issue on
« Collecting Italian Art North of the Alps 1600–1800″
The Italian schools occupied central positions in early modern art collections, a tradition that continued through the 19th and 20th centuries. The primacy of Italian art became a cornerstone for museum practice as well as a founding principle for the nascent art history discipline. This issue takes a . . . → En lire plus
[Arts] Special Issue: Sustainable Architecture http://www.mdpi.com/journal/arts – Announcement of Special Issue
Prof. Dr. Volker M. Welter is serving as Guest Editor for a special issue of the online, open access journal, Arts. We would like to announce this opportunity for you to submit an article to this new special issue entitled « Sustainable Architecture ».
The deadline for submission is 31 December 2013, but you may send your manuscript at any . . . → En lire plus
Afterlives of Systems
communication+1, Volume 3, 2014
Guest Editors: Christina Vagt, Florian Sprenger
This issue of communication+1 investigates the afterlives of systems since the early 20th century, following Aby Warburgs and Walter Benjamins historiographical concept of afterlife as the transformations and iterations a concept traverses to become productive at a specific moment in time. Under the impression of todays global crisis phenomena and the rise of an ‘ecological paradigm’ . . . → En lire plus
Open Call for Papers: Volume 17 (2014)
Closing Date: October 14th 2013 (Deadline extended)
The North Street Review is a peer-viewed annual publication for original and innovative postgraduate research in the field of Art History. The Review is edited by postgraduate students in the School of Art History at the University of St. Andrews and until 2013 was called the University of St. Andrews Journal of Art History . . . → En lire plus
La sociologie visuelle est communément divisée en deux types de recherches: la sociologie sur les images et la sociologie avec les images (Harper, 2000 ; La Rocca, 2007; Chauvin & Reix 2013). Cette distinction permet de différencier deux positions du chercheur face à son matériau. La sociologie sur les images consiste à analyser des images déjà produites par le monde social. À l’inverse, dans la sociologie faite avec les . . . → En lire plus
Museum and Curatorial Studies Review is a new peer-reviewed journal powered by the University of California, Berkeley Electronic Press, and the California Digital Library. Each issue will feature full-length academic articles, exhibition reviews, book reviews and dialogic contributions (such as interviews and open letters).
Volume 1, Number 1 will be published very soon. The editors are now seeking contributions to journal’s second issue.
All submissions should be sent electronically . . . → En lire plus