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Museum moderního umění - Kdy bylo moderní umění? současná otázka

New York, USA
Absolventské symposium o moderním a současném umění, které pořádá MOMA v New Yorku vyzývá absolventy dějin umění a příbuzných oborů k zaslání příspěvků pro konferenci, která se bude zabývat minulou a současnou interpretací počátků moderního umění v psané historii, muzejní činnosti a uměleckých dílech. Klíčovou řeč sympozia přednese dne 8. dubna 2005 Hans Beltling, ředitel International Research Center for Sciences of Culture (IFK) ve Vídni, kterého čeští čtenáři znají jako autora publikace Konec umění. Termín pro zaslání podkladů je 14. ledna 2005.

The Museum of Modern Art - MOMA
Graduate Symposium on Modern and Contemporary Art "When Was Modern Art ? A Contemporary Question"

Call for Papers - International graduate students only!

The Museum of Modern Art announces its first annual Graduate Symposium on Modern and Contemporary Art, When Was Modern Art? A Contemporary Question, scheduled for April 9, 2005 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The symposium will investigate past and current interpretations of modern art's beginnings in written histories, museum displays, and artworks. Hans Belting, Director of the International Research Center for Sciences of Culture (IFK) in Vienna, will present the keynote address on April 8 at 6:30 p.m.

International graduate students are encouraged to submit papers that examine, for example, why modern art's historical origin has been variously located in the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, and the Belle Époque? What visual and cultural forms did modern art take, where, and why? How did the emergence of the category of "contemporary," as distinct from "modern," alter our understanding of modern art's chronology?

Papers may focus on, among other subjects, institutional histories of modern museums and academies, artworks that dominate narratives of modern art; international differences in defining the modern, and alternative and unfinished histories that yield new meanings of modernity and its art.

Eligibility is limited to graduate students who hold at least an MA in art history or other related disciplines. PhD candidates who have completed their MA requirements, PhDs, and recent post-doctorates (within the last two years) are also encouraged to apply.

Symposium candidates should include the following in their applications:

  • Curriculum vita (maximum two pages),
  • an abstract (maximum 500 words),
  • final paper (maximum length 10 pages),
  • and the name of a faculty advisor who will review the final paper and provide support in preparing the presentation.


The abstract and the paper should be printed in eleven-point font, double-spaced, with margins no smaller than one inch. Papers must be written and presented in English.

Travel, hotel, and food expenses will be paid for the selected graduate students. Submissions should be sent to the address of MOMA.

The Museum of Modern Art, Graduate Symposium Committee, Department of Education
Amy Horschak
11 West 53 Street
NY 10019 New York
U.S.A.
tel.: (212) 708-9400
Amy_Horschak@moma.org
www.moma.org

(28.12.2004) ZDROJ: Artservis
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