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Wednesday, 19. November 2008


WRITING CENTRAL EUROPEAN ART HISTORY


“The lectures will focus on theoretical and methodological questions in order to confront very different approaches proposed
by scholars coming from different experiences, with the central focus remaining on Central and Southern East European art.
The main and common point of departure will be a relationship between East and West in which the East would not be recognized
as the (real) Other (as for example Asian culture), but rather as the close-Other or not-the-real-Other. It applies both to
the art production (ie. the subject of art historical analysis) — since Central and Southern East European art has been done in
the light of the Western one — as well as analytical language, considering our methods have also been ‘borrowed’ from the
Western theories. For scholars who are working on Central and Southern East European art history, particularly that of
modern and contemporary, it is quite obvious that this sort of writing should differ from art history of other regions, particularly
from a Western art historical narrative. On the other hand, to construct Central and Southern East European art history without
Western references seems to be impossible. Thus, this sort of scholarship is somehow ‘hanging’ between Western
models, understood both as historical influences over regional art and as methods coming from the master narrative, which is
of course Western by origins.” (Piotr Piotrowski)
In charge of the seminar at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna: Marina Gržini?, Ivan Jurica and Ivana Marjanovi?.
Monday, 24. 11.
15:30 Introduction by Marina Gržini?
15:45 Misko Šuvakovi? (University of Arts, Belgrade): Politics and Art after the fall of the Berlin Wall
17:15 Discussion
17:45 Pause
18:15 Vojtech Lahoda (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic):
Regional Cubism? How to write on Cubism in East Central Europe
20:00 Discussion
Tuesday, 25. 11.
09:30 Ljiljana Blagojevi? (University of Belgrade): Post-socialist Cities: Contested Modernism
11:00 Discussion
11:30 Pause
12:00 Mart Kalm (Academy of Art, Tallinn): What is Estonian Architecture?
13:30 Discussion
14:00 Lunch break
15:30 Edit András (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest):
One-way traffic, two-way traffic or a dead end? Dynamism of Contemporary Art Discourse in the East-West Relation
17:00 Discussion
17:30 End notes



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