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Journée d’étude : « Lettres d’artiste. Pour une nouvelle histoire transnationale de l’art (XVIIIe-XIXe siècles) » (Ecole Française de Rome, en ligne, 2 mars 2021)

Lettere d’artista. Per una nuova storia transnazionale dell’arte (XVIII-XIX secolo) Storie dell’arte digitali: risorse e progetti Sesto incontro del programma Lettres d’artistes Online (École Française de Rome), 2...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 26 Feb 2021

Parution : « Artemisia Gentileschi. Correspondance »

Artemisia Gentileschi. Carteggio / Correspondance, introduction, traduction et notes de Adelin Charles Fiorato. Préface, édition critique et notes de Francesco Solinas, Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 2016, 364 pages. ISBN-10 2-251-73043-5 ISBN-13...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 25 Nov 2016

Appel à communication : « ‘Disassembled Images’: Contemporary Art After Allan Sekula » (Anvers, 2-4 mars 2017)

This conference takes the US artist, theoretician, critic, teacher and poet Allan Sekula’s Ship of Fools / The Dockers’ Museum (2010-2013) as its point of departure. At the very end of his life Sekula produced this unfinished, multifaceted...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 26 Jun 2016

Journées d’études : « Ecrits et paroles d’artistes d’Afrique du Nord, du Moyen-orient et de l’Europe de l’Est dans la guerre froide » (Paris, 4-5 novembre 2015)

Les 4 et 5 novembre 2015 se tiendront à l’Institut d’études de l’Islam et des sociétés du monde musulman (IISMM/EHESS), à Paris, deux journées d’études qui ont pour objectif d’aborder...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 24 Oct 2015

Appel à communication : « Des arts et des lettres », Les Jeudis de l’art (Paris, 2015-2016)

Pour la cinquième année, les Jeudis de l’art, cycle de conférences en histoire de l’art gratuit et ouvert à tous, se dérouleront à l’Institut Catholique de Paris sur toute la durée de...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 2 Jun 2015

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