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Author International Congress of the History of Art (32nd : 2008 : Melbourne, Vic.)

Title Crossing cultures : conflict, migration and convergence : the proceedings of the 32nd International Congress of the History of Art / edited by Jaynie Anderson
Published Carlton, Vic. : Miegunyah Press : Imprint of Melbourne University Pub., 2009
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 MELB  700.9 Ico/Tho 2008  DUE 13-10-19
Description xviii, 1108 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm
Series [Miegunyah Press series]
Miegunyah Press series.
Contents A Melbourne conversation at the town hall on art, migration and indigeneity: what happens when cultures meet? -- Introduction to the conversation / Gerald Vaughan -- Playing between the lines: the Melbourne experience of crossing cultures / Jaynie Anderson -- Art in transit: give and take in Dutch art / Ronald de Leeuw -- Found in translation / Howard Morphy -- Hold it away: works of art as citizens and migrants / Michael Brand -- The travels of a Mi'kmaq coat: a nineteenth century world art history and twenty-first century cultural politics / Ruth B. Phillips -- Creating perspectives on global art history -- Joe Burk's Legacy: the history of art history in Melbourne / Andrew Grimwade -- The art of being aboriginal / Marcia Langton -- on global memory: reflections on barbaric transmission / Homi K. Bhabba -- Art histories in an interconnected world: synergies and new directions -- Beyond the national, inside the global: new identity strategies in Asian art in the twenty-first century / John Clark -- Not just images but art: pragmatic issues in the movement towards a more inclusive art history / Howard Morphy -- The world at stake: CIHA after Melbourne / Jaynie Anderson -- Global collections for global cities / Neil McGregor -- The idea of world art history -- introduction 1 / Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann -- Introduction 2 / Peter J. Schneemann -- Methodological ideological perspectives -- Neuroarthistory as world art history: why do humans make art and why do they make it differently in different times and places? / John Onians -- Towards historical art history / Piotr Piotrowski, Adam Mickiewicz -- Global aspects on Johnny Roosval's concept of the Artedominium / Jan von Bonsdorff -- Putting the world in a book: how global can art history be today? / Parul D. Mukberji, Jawaharlal Nehru -- From ideology to universal principles: Art history and the visual culture of the Balkans in the Ottoman Empire / Nenad Makuljevie -- From nation via immigration to world art: concepts and methods of Brazilian art theory / Jens Baumgarten -- Universalism and Utopia: Joseph Beuys and Alighiero Boetti as case studies for a world art history / Nicola Müllerschön -- Genius Loci: the revenge of the good Savage? / Carmen Popescu -- A survey of the current state of art history in China / Shao Dazhen -- Recent study in ancient Chinese art history in China / Yan Zheng -- Objects without Borders: cultural economy in the world of artifacts / Jennifer Purtle -- Fluid Borders: Mediterranean art histories -- Fluid Borders, hybrid objects: Mediterranean art histories 500-1500, questions of method and terminology / Gerhard Wolf -- Building identities: fluid Borders and 'international style' of monumental architecture in the bronze age / Louise A. Hitchcock -- Byzantine art in Italy: sixth-century as a matrix of confluence? / Felicity Harley McGowan -- 'image-paradigms' as a category of Mediterranean visual culture: a hierotopic approach to art history / Alexei Lidov -- The 'Golden Age' of Al-Andalus as remembered, or how nostalgia forged history / Avinoam Shalem -- Fluid picture-making across borders, genres, media: botanical illustration from Byzantium to Baghdad, ninth to thirteenth centuries / Alain Touwaide -- Greek painters working for Latin and non-Orthodox patrons in the late medieval Mediterranean: some preliminary remarks / Michele Bacci -- Sailing through time and space: how Cyriacus of Ancona rediscovered the classical past / Marina Belozerskaya -- Multi-ethnic Rome and the global Renaissance: Ethiopia, Armenia and cultural exchange with Rome during the fifteenth century / Christiane Esche-Ramshorn -- Hybrid Renaissance in Europe and beyond -- Introduction / Luke Morgan -- Hybrid Renaissance in Burgundy / Frederick Elsig -- Heterotopia in the Renaissance: modern hybrids as antiques in Bramante and Cima da Conegliano / Lorenzo Pericolo -- 'Gran Cosa e Roma': the noble parentage of architecture in early sixteenth century Portugal / Luisa Franca Luzio -- A bastard renaissance? Benedikt Ried, master IP and the question of renaissance in Central Europe / Pavel Kalina -- Difference, reputation and Utopia: early modern print's new worlds / Christopher P. Heuer -- The carnivalesque Renaissance / John Gregory -- 'Opinione Contraria': the anatomy of painful as an early drawing by Rosso Fiorentino / Vivien Gaston -- The hermaphrodite in the garden / Luke Morgan -- Reframing of the Renaissance problem today: developing a pluralistic historical vision / Claire Farago -- Do we still need a Renaissance? / Keith Moxey -- Cultural and artistic exchange in the making of the modern world, 1500-1900 -- Introduction / Larry Silver -- Cultures and curiosity / Larry Silver -- Human sacrifice as symbolic capital: images of the violated Aztec body for a changing world, 1500-1900 and beyond / Cecelia F. Klein -- Public identity and the curial culture in Dutch Batavia / Dawn O'Dell -- 'exposure to your ways': China, the Dodge and early modern vision / Julie Hochstrasser -- The global Rembrandt / Catherine D. Scallen -- Images of bathing women in early modern Europe and Turkey / Patricia Simons -- Global encounters: conventions and interventions in Hans Burgkmair's images of natives of Africa, India and the New World / Ashley West -- Patterns of domestication: exotic animals, plants and people in Australian and European decorative arts / Dagmar Eichberger -- Dressing up like the cannibals? Adriaen Hanneman's portrait of Princess Mary Stuart in a Tupi feather cape / Rebecca Parker Brienen -- Tupi feather work and the dynamics of intercultural exchange in early modern Brazil / Amy J. Buono -- The visual subplot: local art, global trade and the socio-ethnic of exchange, Amsterdam 1580-1680 / Elisabeth de Bievre -- Visual elaborations: Fausto Zonaro's 'Ottoman' self-portraits / Mary Roberts -- The brush and the burin: Mogul encounters with European engravings / Yael Rice -- Imperial exchanges of goods and national identities: Victorian and and Swadeshi views of crafts under the Raj / Julie Codell -- 'a glance into a new world': three approaches to Japan, by Christopher Dresser, Siegfried Bing and Justice Brinkmann / Rüdiger Joppien -- George French Angas: colonial artist at large / Philip Jones -- The wanderer, the slave and the aboriginal: Augustus Earle in Rio de Jeneiro and Sydney in the 1920s / Sarah Thomas -- Exchange, gifting, identity and writing history in Fin-de-Siecle Tahiti / Elisabeth C. Childs -- Representations of nature across cultures before the 20th century -- Introduction / Frederick Asher -- Capturing nature's inner truth: the 'true view' concept in China, Korea and Japan / Khauh Triuh -- Beauty and truth in nature: Japan and the West / Gary Hickory -- Landscape as placeness in the art of India / Frederick Asher -- Exoticism at home: the artist as explorer in nineteenth-century Sweden / Bengt Lärkner -- The sacred across cultures -- Introduction / Robert Gaston -- Plato's dilemma: art, religion and amnesia / Donald Preziosi -- 'Strangers in a strange new land': how the immigrant colonizer and the conqueror use sacred architecture to establish identity / Ann Thomas Wilkins, and David G. Wilkins -- Holy topographies: aboriginal art from the desert regions and its spiritual relation to western perceptual painting / Robert Nelson -- Visualizing ancestor spirits: name tablets or portraits? / Insoo Cho -- Houses of God, gates of heaven, doors of grace: changes in perception of Lutheran church interiors as 'holy places' / Marcin Wislocki -- Secular Florentines and sacred images / Dale Kent -- 'God is love': representations of Christianity in indigenous art from Ngukurr, Southeast Arnhem land / Cath Bowdler -- Sacred country: ancient footsteps, new pathways / Donna Leslie -- A new conceptualization of Australian religious iconography: the case of David Wright / Peter French -- From silence to multiple incorporation: art and Afro-Brazilian religions / Roberto Conduru -- Trees growing in the wilderness and statues of miracle working madonnas / Zirka Z. Filipezak -- A case of spiritual colonization? The production and reception history of a contentious altarpiece in Jukkasjärvi Church in Lapland, Sweden / Britt-Inger Johansson -- Chartres, Chichester and Ajanta: the neo-medievalism of Eric Gill / Irena Kossowska -- A pantheon rediscovered? / Naman P. Ahuja, Jawaharlal Nahru -- Sanctity at the interstices of fine art and popular culture: a case of Esther Helenius / Tutta Palin -- Intersections of time and place in books of hours / Bronwyn Stocks -- A form of secession / Junko Ninagawa -- A new plague saint for Renaissance Italy: suffering and sanctity in narrative cycles of Saint Roch / Louise Marshall -- Sites of convergence and divergence: private devotional sites in sixteenth century Rome / Glenys L. Adams
Materiality across cultures -- Introduction / John Bomford -- Lapis Lazuli: moving stones at the heart of power / Spike Bucklow -- Materials, origins and the nature of early Italian painting / Anne Dunlop -- Routes and meaning: the use of red marble in medieval Central Europe / Pal Lovei -- Alabastrum Effoditur Pulcherrimum and Candissimum: the influence of imported southern Netherlandish sculpture on the reception of alabaster in Central Europe in the 16th century / Aleksandra Lipinska -- Mosaic and dreaming: materiality, migration and memory / Joan Barklay Lloyd, Alison Inglis -- Outsiders' and Arnhem Landers' material exchanges / Louise Hamby -- Painting practice in the Philippines: two institutionalized practices and their materials and techniques / Nicole Tse, Ana Maria Teresa Labrador and Robyn Sloggett -- A convergence of cultures: Max Meldrum's art theory and practice / Alexandra Ellem -- The Gamelan: melding conservation issues with the Javanese spiritual beliefs / Holly Jones-Amin -- Memory and architecture -- Introduction / Deborah Howard and Philip Goad -- Multiple memories: lives of the Taj Mahal / Catherine B. Asher -- The Alhambra in Granada and the memory of its Islamic past / Francine Giese-Vögeli -- Curzon, Kedelston and Government House, Calcutta / Sten Ake Nilsson -- Remembering the Middle Ages: responses to the Gothic revival in colonial New Zealand / Ian Lochhead -- Traveling within memory: vicarious travel and imagined voyages / Nicole Sully -- Moving Finnish houses: the knowledge of objects in former Finnish Karelia -- Nation, style, memory: the Crakow experience / Jacek Purchla -- Komar and Melamid: the future memory of international modernism / Joe A. Thomas -- Traces of Utopia: on the architectural renderings published in Kunstwissenschaftliche Forschungen, c. 1933 / Justine Price -- Marks and Rembrancers: Alison and Peter Smithson's architectural memory / Ryan Johnston -- A strange case of cultural borrowing: the Australian Pavilion at Expo '70, Osaka / Carolyn Barnes and Simon Jackson -- Analogous landscapes / Hannah Lewi -- Art and migration -- Introduction / Joan Barklay Lloyd and Stephen Bann -- Migration of elements in Islamic art into Italy from Spain and the Balearic Islands in the fourteenth century / Gottfried Kerscher -- Mahmud al-Kurdi and his Italian customer / Stefano Carboni -- The Gypsies and their impact in fifteenth century Western European iconography / Irwin Pokorny -- The Ecole de Paris, inside and out: reconsidering the experience of foreign artist in interwar France / Kate Kangaslahti -- Polish artists in France 1918-39: discussion concerning art / Anna Wierzbicka -- Koji Kamoji: a bridge between haiku and Christian mysticism / Lukasz Kossowski -- The role of international exhibitions in the diffusion of a global memory / Martine Bouchier -- Displaced objects, objects in exile? Changing virtues of Cameroon objects in the West / Alexandra Loumpet-Galitzine -- Landscapes of imagination: migration and place in contemporary Iranian art / Alisa Eimen -- Moving pictures: art, Ireland and migration / Yvonne Scott -- Multiplicity of artistic migration in the representation of return: the Odyssey, Hebdomeros and postmodernity in the art of Giorgio de Chirico / Mayumi Abe -- Art and war -- Introduction / Nigel Lendon andThierry Dufrene -- Bartholomaus Strobel the Younger and the 30 years war / Jan Harasimowicz -- Landscape and the memory of war / Catherine Speck -- Vasily Vereshchagin's campaign: colonial war and representation of Russia's others / Natasha Medvedev -- Feature films and the shock of the real: regarding wartime documents in art-house cinema and beyond / Wolfgang Brückle -- Surviving war: uniting the nation in postwar Finnish mural paintings / Johanna Ruohonen -- Complexities: Abu Ghraib, contemporary art in the currency of images / Morgan Thomas -- Pyrotechnics: from war to art and back / Thierry Dufrene -- Beauty and horror: identity and conflict in the war carpets of Afghanistan / Nigel Lendon -- Media/ting conflict: Iranian posters of the Iran-Iraq war / Christine J. Gruber -- Art in the face of 'the project for the new American Century': a postmodern Rake's progress / Dick Averns -- Art and clashing urban cultures -- Introduction / Peter Krieger -- Manet's Le Dejeuner sur l'herbe: resisting the Parisian 'non-place' during Haussmannisation / Bradley Fratello -- Air travel and omnipresent disaster / Melissa Laing -- Changing politics, changing cityscapes: redesigning, redefining and contesting public space in post-communist Central Europe / Arnold Bartetzky -- Redfern resistance / Catherine de Lorenzo -- Urban bush bashing? Some indigenous artists' responses to the Australian government's emergency intervention in the northern territory / Susan Lowish -- Global modern art: the world inside out and upside down -- Introduction / Andrea Giunta -- Art and nation: to Rome and back / Laura Malosetti Costa -- 'That arid feeling for the burnt bush': Giorgio de Chirico's wandering Jew, metaphysical painting and 'Semitic Atavism' / Ara H. Merjian -- Wounded: Lucio Fontana's wartime sculpture in Italy and Argentina / Anthony White -- Surrealism in the antipodes: on James Gleeson's exile / David Lomas -- From constructivism to pop: avant-garde practices in Brazil, Britain and North America between the 1950s and 1960s / Michael Ashbury -- Picasso's Guernica in Latin America / Andrea Giunta -- 'Much more than parrots and banana trees': the art of Helio Oiticica in the 1960s / Maria de Fatima Morethy Couto -- 'From Reo del Plata to the Seine' and back: Pierre Restany and Damian Bayon / Isabel Plante -- Our old Koroua Picasso: Maori modernist art in Aotearoa, New Zealand / Damien Skinner -- Pilgrimage and periphery: Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty and the discourse of tourism / Chris McAuliffe -- Indigeneity / aboriginality, art/culture and institutions -- Introduction / Jonathan Mane-Wheoki -- Belonging and homelands: negotiating identity in Aotearoa, New Zealand / Caroline Vercoe -- Between the indigenous and the exotic: landscapes of Hokkaido and the Russian Far East / Hisashi Yakou -- The reclamation of Southeast Australian aboriginal art practices / Vicki Couzens, Kaawirn Kuunawarn -- Indigenous material culture in the digital age / Lyndon Ormonde-Parker -- 'My art talks about link': the peregrinations of Yolngu art in a globalized world / Jessica de Largy Healy -- Performing landscape and memory: Gija local and global art circulation / Arnaud Morvan -- Post colonial pasts and post-indigenous futures? A cultural genealogy of museums and 'Maori art' / Conal McCarthy -- Indigeneity and the museum paradigm: contacts and debates surrounding the opening ceremonies and exhibitions at the national Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC, September 2004 / Stephanie Pratt -- A crisis in identity: Australian indigenous culture, primitivism and modernism in 'recent Australian painting' at the Whitechapel art gallery 1961 / Sarah Scott -- Circuit breaking? Indigenous Australian art and critical discourse / Julie Gough and Stephen Naylor -- Aboriginalties and nationalities: Shaping art history in the postcolonial museum / Anne Whitelaw
Parallel conversions: Asian art histories in the twentieth and twenty first centuries -- Introduction / Toshiharu Omuka and John Clark -- The concept of 'art' in Japan and international expositions of the Meiji period / Shimura Shoko -- Takeuchi Seiho, Chigusa Soun, and John Ruskin's modern painters: reconciling realism with Japanese painting, 1900-1910 / John D. Szostak -- Amerita Sher-Gil: transformation of the premodern to the modern in early twentieth-century Indian art / Yashodara Dalmia -- Global consciousness of yoga self portraiture / Bert Winther-Tamaki -- Realism as a tool of national modernization in the reformist discourse of late nineteenth and early twentieth century China / Francesca Dal Lago -- New categories, new history: 'the preliminary exhibition of Chinese art' in Shanghai, 1935 / Hui Guo -- Alternative fashion histories: sartorial modernity in East Asia / Toby Slade -- The impact of censorship, conflict and the Diaz Barack of Vietnamese art history / Annette van den Bosch and Boitran Huynb-Beattie -- Contending with present pasts: on developing Southeast Asian art histories / Michelle Antoinette -- Picturing early 20th century Sino-Japanese art relations in Omura Seigai's 'Shina Rekiyu Dan': an account of making art history in the 1920s / Oliver Krischer -- Why realism? From social realism to non-realism in modern Chinese art / Yiyang Shao -- Interconnectedness of performance art festivals across and beyond Asia / Silvia Fok Siu Har -- Shanghai dream theater: (re)imagining the city, the condition of existence and the new Shanghai surreal / Thomas J. Berghuis -- The artist as image decoder: Ni Haifeng's agency between Europe and China / Kitty Zijlmans -- Art histories at the crossroads: 'Asian' art in Australia / Francis Maravillas -- A kiss to Matisse: strategies for histories of modernism in Central Asia. Uzbekistan in the 1920s, Kazakhstan in the 1980s-1990s / Jane A. Sharp -- Constructing transnational identities: Paik Nam June and Lee Ufan / Youngna Kim -- Contemporaneity in art and its history -- Introduction / Terry Smith -- Writing the history of contemporary Art: a distinction, three propositions and six lines of inquiry / Terry Smith -- Historicity and aboriginal Art: how long will it take for aboriginal Art to become modern? / Ian Maclean -- Contemporaneity in Inuit art through the 20th and early 21st centuries / Cecile Pelaudeix -- Topographies of chance: tracing the 'contemporary' in 1960s France / Jill Carrick -- Periodizing contemporary art / Alexander Alberro -- Global visions, global contemporaneity: video art in Australia / Daniel Palmer -- The Atlas effect: constraint, freedom and the circulation of images / Charles Green -- On the 'evental' installations: contemporary Art and politics of presence / Anthony Gardner -- New media across the cultures -- Introduction / Ross Gibson -- Old traces on a new body / Dirk de Bruyn -- Transients: indigenous, settler and migrant media / Sean Cubitt -- Imagining the future: issues in writing and researching arts histories in a digital age with the DAAO / Vivian Johnson and Joanna Mendelssohn -- Painting as a new medium: the reversed canvas in colonial art / Richard Read -- The fiction of art history: imaginary providences in media art in South Asia / Shuddhabrata Sengupta -- Economies of desire: art collecting and dealing across cultures -- Introduction / Christopher R. Marshall -- The impact of unscrupulous dealers unsustainability in the Australian aboriginal desert paintings market: a view from the high end / Meaghan Wilson-Anastasios and Neil De Marchi -- A fine Romance: white money, black art / Philip Batty -- The paradox of collecting the 'other': Percy Grainger's collecting of non-Western cultures / Belinda Nemec -- Art dealing as medium of cultural transfer / Michael North -- Crossing thresholds: the hybrid identities of late 19th-century art dealers / Christian Huemer -- Small mirrors to large empires: towards a theory of meta-museums in contemporary art / Khadija Z Carroll -- Framing confusion: varieties of collecting and display at the Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan / Christopher R. Marshall -- An art collecting in Argentina, or how the pre-Columbian past became an object of desire / Maria Isabel Baldassare -- New museums across cultures -- Introduction / Jonathan Sweet -- The modern museum in China / Zhang Gan -- The uncanny space of Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum / Julia Walker -- New museums: institutionalization of contemporary Art in Central Europe. Crossing inspirations / Katarzyna Jagodzinska -- Problematics of postcolonial dislocation in the case of the national Museum of contemporary Art in Bucharest / Cristina Albu -- Out of context: towards presentation of Japanese art in western museums / Chiaki Ajioka -- Constructing tribal architectures and identities in Native American museums and cultural centers / Anne L. Marshall -- Creating cultural citizenship out of contemporary art at the national Museum of the American Indian? / Kyle Message -- The cosmopolitan museum (of art) / Milan Kreuzzieger -- Repatriation -- Introduction / Dario Gamboni -- Art history and repatriation: a case of mutual illumination? / Dario Gamboni -- Shrewd calculations / Kenneth Lapatin -- Repatriating sanctity, or how the Dukes of Bavaria rescued saints during the Reformation / Jeffrey Chipps Smith -- Alexander Newman (Bielitz 1861 -- Wellington 1947): portfolio in exile / Andrew Leach -- Repatriation Anti Patria: repatriating for Tibet / Kavita Singh -- Returning Veronese's the wedding at Cana to Venice: some issues concerning originality and repatriation / Adam Lowe -- Arbitration and mediation is alternative resolution mechanisms in disputes relating to the restitution of cultural property / Marc-Andre Renold
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Notes "Comité International d'Histoire de l'Art, CIHA, The University of Melbourne, 13-18 January 2008."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Cultural relations -- Congresses.
Art and society -- Congresses.
Art -- History -- Congresses.
Art and globalization -- Congresses.
Arts and globalization -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
History.
Congresses
Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Anderson, Jaynie.
Comité international d'histoire de l'art.
International Congress of the History of Art (32nd : 2008 : Melbourne, Vic.)
ISBN 9780522855005 hardback
0522855008 hardback
9780522857108 paperback
0522857108 paperback
Other Titles Proceedings of the 32nd International Congress of the History of Art