The Department of Art History at CAA 2015

4 Feb

The 103rd Annual College Art Association Conference, to be held at the Hilton New York from February 11th-14th, 2015, will feature lectures or other participation by many Department of Art History faculty, faculty fellows, affiliated faculty, and former and present adjunct instructors who are graduate students at the Institute of Fine Arts.

Professor Finbarr Barry Flood will participate in a Mellon Research Initiative session on Field/Work: Object and Site, The Field of Art History and Its Work

Thursday, 2/12/2015, 5:30 PM—7:00 PM

Institute of Fine Arts, 1st Floor, Lecture Hall, 1 East 78th Street

Professor Finbarr Barry Flood also will participate in a session on What is Contemporary Islamic Art? sponsored by the Association for Modern and Contemporary Art of the Arab World, Iran, and Turkey

Saturday, 2/14/2015, 12:30 PM—2:00 PM

Hilton New York, 2nd Floor, Beekman Parlor

Professor Dipti Khera will speak on Making Pleasure Worlds, Enchanting Courtly Publics: Rethinking Eighteenth-Century Images of Lake Palaces of Udaipur, in a session on Art Lovers and Literaturewallahs: Communities of Image and Text in South and Southeast Asia sponsored by the American Council for South Asian Art

Saturday, 2/14/2015, 9:30 AM—12:00 PM

Hilton New York, 3rd Floor, Rendezvous Trianon

Professor Carol Krinsky, winner in 2004 of CAA’s Distinguished Teaching of Art History Award, will speak on Changing Uses for Pre-Modern Synagogues in Europe in a session on Historic Preservation and Changing Architectural Function

Friday, 2/13/2015, 9:30 AM—12:00 PM

Hilton New York, 2nd Floor, Gramercy A

Professor Meredith Martin will co-present a talk with Gillian Weiss (Case Western Reserve University) on The Sun King at Sea: Maritime Art and Slavery in the Seventeenth-Century Mediterranean
in a session on The Art of Travel: People and Things in Motion in the Early Modern Mediterranean

Friday, 2/13/2015, 9:30 AM—12:00 PM

Hilton New York, 2nd Floor, Regent Parlor

Professor Anne Hrychuk Kontokosta will speak on Rebuilding the Arch of Titus in Rome: From Ancient Monument to Neoclassical Model in a session on Historic Preservation and Changing Architectural Function

Friday, 2/13/2015, 9:30 AM—12:00 PM

Hilton New York, 2nd Floor, Gramercy A

Professor Boris Groys, Department of Russian and Slavic Studies, will present a talk titled From Reproduction to Documentation in a session on Semi-Automatic Images: Making Art after the Internet

Saturday, 2/14/2015, 2:30 PM—5:00 PM

Hilton New York, 2nd Floor, Sutton Parlor South

Professor Ara Hagop Merjian, Department of Italian Studies, will speak on Heretical Aesthetics: Pier Paolo Pasolini and the Problem of Abstraction, in a session on Di politica: Intersections of Italian Art and Politics since World sponsored by the Italian Art Society

Wednesday, 2/11/2015, 12:30 PM—2:00 PM

Hilton New York, 2nd Floor, Nassau Suite

Professor Christopher Wood, Department of German, will participate in a session on Clark Key Issues: Influence sponsored by the Research and Academic Program of the Clark Art Institute

Friday, 2/13/2015, 9:30 AM—12:00 PM

Hilton New York, 3rd Floor, East Ballroom

Anna K. Brodbeck, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, will speak on Outdated Technologies in Latin American Contemporary Art: A Historical Perspective
in a session on Old Technologies in Contemporary Latin Art

Friday, 2/13/2015, 2:30 PM—5:00 PM

Hilton New York, 2nd Floor, Madison Suite

Sam Omans, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, will speak on Art into Life before 1917: The Stroganov School of Technical Design and a Pursuit of a Rational Design in the Late Russian Empire in a session on Reconsidering Art and Politics: Towards New Narratives of Russian and Eastern European Art (Part II) sponsored by the Society of Historians of East European, Eurasian, and Russian Art and Architecture

Saturday, 2/14/15, 2:30-5:00 PM

Hilton New York, 2nd Floor, Beekman Parlor

Many more former Department of Art History adjunct instructors are participating at CAA as well, including Maile Hutterer and Maggie Popkin, now professors at the University of Oregon and Case Western Reserve University respectively. May it be a stimulating and successful conference for all.

 

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