Art Histories Workshop
Mo 12 Dez 2016 – Di 13 Dez 2016

Art Histories and Terminologies III – Languages, Lexica, Aesthetics

Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut, Via Giuseppe Giusti 44, 50121 Florenz

photo: Lucy Jarman

Over the last three years the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz, the Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in Global Context” of Heidelberg University and the program Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices have been collaborating in a series of workshops under the overarching title “Terminologies and Art Histories”. The workshop on 12-13 December 2016 in Florence discusses primarily the ways art-historical discourses engage with historical aesthetic terms, modes of description and the denomination of artefacts in a variety of languages—including, for example, Sanskrit, Chinese, Nahuatl, Greek, Farsi, Arab and African—both in the premodern and modern period (with an emphasis on the first).

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Hannah Baader and Art Histories Fellows discussing the Piazza della Santissima Annunziata, Florence, photo: Lucy Jarman
Icarus, Campanile of the Florentine Dome, photo: Lucy Jarman
The workshop participants at the Palazzo Grifoni, KHI in Florence, photo: Lucy Jarman
Meha Priyadarshini (Florence), photo: Lucy Jarman
Lamia Balafrej (Berlin), photo: Lucy Jarman
Monica Juneja (Heidelberg), photo: Lucy Jarman
Hannah Baader (Florence/Berlin), photo: Lucy Jarman
Evening lecture by Parul Mukherji (Delhi), photo: Lucy Jarman
Hannah Baader (Florence/Berlin), photo: Lucy Jarman
Sandro Capo Chichi (Paris), photo: Lucy Jarman
photo: Lucy Jarman
Venugopal Maddipati (Berlin), photo: Lucy Jarman
Sugata Ray (Berkeley/Minnesota), photo: Lucy Jarman
Subhashini Kaligotla (Berlin), photo: Lucy Jarman

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