Query : History of art
- Huber, Catrin38
- Morris, Rosie38
- Haynes, Ian37
- Brunon, Hervé31
- Fort, Pascal27
- Graf, Klaus27
- Palazzo, Eric27
- Braun, Pierre26
- Métraux, Maxime Georges26
- Ravasi, Thea24
- Turner, Alex24
- Piccoli-Wentzo, Marie23
- Picon-Vallin, Beatrice23
- Hagelstein, Maud21
- Matoïan, Valérie17
- Andrault-Schmitt, Claude13
- Décultot, Élisabeth13
- Pauwels, Yves13
- scientifique, Chargé de diffusion13
- Art and Art History5730
- Cultural Heritage and Museology3299
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences3107
- Musicology and Performing Arts1999
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1615
- Archaeology and Prehistory1440
- Architecture and Space Management1438
- Gender Studies1223
- Classical Studies964
- Political Science754
- Communication Sciences591
- Biological Anthropology518
- Methods and Statistics438
- Environmental studies236
- Economies and Finances148
Aesthetics and Politics: The Afterlives of Oscar Wilde’s The Soul of Man Under Socialism (1891)
Oscar Wilde is regarded as the emblematic figure of Aestheticism and Art for Art’s sake and thus of the autonomisation of the arts in late nineteenth-century Britain. That is why The Soul of Man under Socialism, his most overtly political essay, published in The Fornightly Review in February 1891, h...
Pour un outil d'analyse image des territoire urbains Pour un outil d'analyse image des territoire urbains: les formes visuelles sensibles de la ville
Frankfurt art history in Nazism: Not what she was?
25 universities offered art history in the Third Reich, one of which was the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Unlike other artistic institutes, the influence of NS cultural policy is hardly studied here. Documents from the Uni archive provide insights. Georg-Swarzenski, a full honorary profes...
Françoise Sullivan: Artist Present
Françoise Sullivan’s name is perhaps still little known outside Canada, but the rich and multi-facetted work of this artist, who is nothing less than a monument—still very much alive and kicking—in the history of Canadian art, deserves special attention well beyond the borders of the country she was...
Women’s place in new-yorkan galleries of contemporary art
European Heritage Days 2010: “The great men”
European Heritage Days: the architecture and history of the College of France attracted 6 200 visitors. These days allowed the College of France to present the architectural heritage of the Marcelin Berthelot site and to offer the public a pathway at the heart of its scientific and intellectual hist...
The University of All Knowledge website (Odile Jacob Editions) offers several downloadable conferences (Real Audio); the ‘Art and Culture’ section includes communications (50 minutes) from Antoine Compagnon, Marc Augé, Roger Chartier and Gérard Genette. There are also several other interesting headi...
How vision collaborates with thought to bring information into the mind
International audience “To gaze is to think” notes Salvador Dalí. The artist’s observation is illustrative of the tradition of representing perception as analogical with thinking. Analysing perception, Arnheim, for example, claims that there is no difference between a percept and a concept inasmuch...
Ten years of cultural history
COHEN Evelyne, PASCALE Goetschel, MARTIN Laurent, ORY Pascal Ten years of cultural history: State of the art Villeurbanne: ENSSIB presses, 2011, 314 p. Collection Paper ISBN 978-2-910227-94-4 C 1099 Summary: In 1999, the Association for the Development of Cultural History (ADHC) was born of the grow...
The Red Dead of Víctor Erice or the worrying strangeness of the film experiment
The grafism of the structure in the Wasmuth Portfolio
To focus on the graphics of the structure in the Wasmuth Porfolio, we must first know the figure of Frank LLoyd Wright and thus better understand his work as a reflection of his architectural trajectory. Frank LLoyd Wright, a figure relevant when we talk about the history of architecture. Its implem...
8. On physics and physiology
In Isaac Asimov’s Foundation trilogy, written in the 1940s but about the distant future, he describes a device that plays a recording of a 3D moving image with sound. The display device is a glass cube, in which the viewer sees a human figure talking—something like a talking head on television, but...
Seminar: Rembrandt Duits, Renaissance Art and Material Culture, London, Warburg Institute, 28 June — 2 July 2021
As a boy, the Basle physician Felix Platter (1536-1614) once got in trouble for loitering at a market stall to admire some biscuit moulds. When recalling the episode in his memoirs, Platter described the carved wooden biscuit moulds as "works of art". The anecdote raises the question: if, around the...
Changes, surpassing oneself, achievement and competition between narrative topics in motives about companies and work
International audience This paper is inscribed in a long-term research about social representations of work, of the management and of companies in different spheres or institutions discourses such as education, corporate communication, television (TV series such as entertainment programs), art and,...
A development and processing power in Uruguay. Proposal for creation within the framework of Territoriesnet.org, the European Union, the Mercosur Parliament and the University of the Republic: The case of Minas, Lavalleja
Is it possible to steer the concepts of development and transformation to a wide range of different sizes, with the aim and goal of developing and transforming our societies and social groups, our territories and places at local, sub-regional and regional levels? If this row can be built, is it poss...
The pittoresque slavery and the development of the urban landscape of Rio de Janeiro (16th — 19th centuries)
From Jacques Lob’s Transperceneige and Jean-Marc Rochette to Snowpiercer by Bong Joon-Ho: a mutual inspiration between visual arts in the field of science fiction.
twenty years after the publication of the post-apocalyptic comic strip Le Transperceneige, created by Jacques Lob and Jean-Marc Rochette, the film Snowpiercer of Korean director Bong Joon-Ho went to the cinema in 2013. This is not an adaptation as such, but rather a real recreation, the change of me...
Atelier de lecture: "The Aesthetics of Silence"
Thursday 29 March 2012 10:00 German Forum for Art History, Hôtel Lully Event for Fellows of the German Forum for Art History under the annual theme ‘Silence. Schweigen’, chaired by Stephanie Marchal and Séverine Gossart For discussion, the essay of Susan Sontag’The aesthetics of Silence (1969), in:...
Art and Economics Beyond the Market
International audience Connections between economics and art encompass far more than simply the art market. By looking beyond auction prices, artists’ career trajectories, and marketing strategies, scholars can better engage with the economic significance of art objects in a range of social and disc...
Conversions to Catholicism among Fin de Siècle Writers: A Spiritual and Literary Genealogy
During the last decade of the 19th century, a number of English writers converted to Roman Catholicism: the “Decadent” poets John Gray, Lionel Johnson and Ernest Dowson joined the Church in 1890 and 1891, while Oscar Wilde flirted with the Catholic faith during his college years at Oxford, and recei...
Sessions at RSA (New Orleans, 22-24 Mar 18)
Façade de de l'église Saint-Gervais-Saint-Protais de Paris Type : Appel à communication Date limite de l'appel : 1er juin 2017 Date de l'événement : 22-24 Mars 2018 Lieu : Nouvelle Orléans  The Glory of Inscriptions: epigraphic writing, classical architecture and monumental art in the Renaissance...
Copy objects of the art/history relationship In 2014, a group of Berlin activists, ‘No Humboldt 21’, published a series of posters to denounce or highlight certain aspects of the conflict history of collections intended to take place in the Humboldt Forum on the Island at Museum. A brass head of the...
Crépiat Caroline, Saint-Amand Denis and Schuh Julien (ed.), Poétique du Chat Noir (1882-1897)
Crépiat Caroline, Saint-Amand Denis and Schuh Julien (ed.), Poétique du Chat Noir (1882-1897), Nanterre, University Presses de Paris Nanterre, 2021, (Hors Collection). Despite the renewed interest over the past 15 years in the 19th century press study, a landmark title of the late century, Le Chat N...
"Envisioning Socialism examines television and the power it exercised to define the East Germans’ view of socialism during the first decades of the German Democratic Republic. In the first book in English to examine this topic, Heather L. Gumbert traces how television became a medium prized for its...
Letter of resignation to ICAIC
Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, 1962 TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ICAICLA Havana DIRECTION COUNCIL, 3 June 1961. Apart from other reasons which I am prepared to discuss if necessary, the following is the reason for this decision: following the problems with the film PM and the introduction of its ban, ICAIC drew u...