Istoria artei respectă teoria artei

Istoria artelor din Europa Centrală şi de Est după 1989

O iniţiativă de Sterling şi Francine Clark Art Institute

Unfolding Narratives: Art Histories in East-Central Europe After 1989
An initiative of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

Art History Meets Art Theory

New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest, Romania
20-21 May, 2011

Draft Program

Friday, 20 May

9:30 am: Opening remarks
10:00 – 11:30 am
Session I: Time, Narratives, and Trauma

Keith MOXEY: Time and Translation
Edit ANDRAS: The Time of the Eastern European Other and it’s Memory
Karolina JEFTIC: Representing Trauma?

Discussions 11:30 – 12:00
Coffee break

12:00 – 1:30 pm
Session II: Archives as Art-Historical Devices

Sven SPIEKER: The Transversal Archive
Călin DAN & Iosif KIRALY: Art History as a Story-Telling Machine. 3 Photographic Projects by subREAL

Discussions 1:30 – 3:00 pm
Lunch break

3:00 – 4:30 pm
Session III: Socialism and its Legacies

Anna BRZYSKI: What to do with ‘Bad’ Eastern European Art?
Magda RADU: Do We Have the Right to Know? Conceptual Art and the Writing of Art History
Magdalena MOSKALEWICZ: Writing the Art History of Late Modernist Art from a Socialist Country – Some Reflections on Poland

4:30 – 5:00 pm
Coffee break

4:30 – 6:00 pm
Session III continued

Karel CÍSAŘ: Who’s Afraid of the Neo-Avant-Garde of the East?
Ileana PINTILIE: Art under Ideological Control. “Subversive Practices” in the Romanian Context
Anthony GARDNER: Towards an Aesthetic Politics of Postsocialism

7:30 pm

Saturday, 21 May

10: 11:30 am
Session IV: Theories of Art, Past and Present

Ruxandra DEMETRESCU: Theoretical Models in the Romanian Art Criticism: The German ‘Esoteric’ Model
Ladislav KESNER: Four Observations on History and Theory in Central/Eastern European Art HistoryMária ORIŠKOVÁ: Theories/Methods or Critical Terms for Art History in East-Central Europe?

11:30 – 12:00
Coffee break

12: 1:30 pm
Session V: East and West: Entangled Histories, or Diverging Ones?

Steven MANSBACH: Reviewing Subjects and Methodological Disquiet
Magda CÂRNECI: Balkanism and Cosmopolitanism, or How the Discourse of Art Criticism in South-Eastern Europe Has Evolved in the Last 10 Years

1:30 – 3:00 pm
Lunch break

3:00 – 4:30 pm
Session V: Global, or Comparative Art Histories?

Beat WYSS: The Mirror Stage of Art History
Piotr PIOTROWSKI: Writing Art History after 1989

Concluding Remarks
7:00 or 7:30 pm