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Conferences organised by IAH ASCR

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2012

Člověk a stroj v české kultuře 19. století. 32. ročník plzeňského sympozia
Studijní a vědecká knihovna Západočeského kraje, Plzeň, 23.–25. 5. 2012 (
Taťána Petrasová, Pavla Machalíková)

Tereziino údolí u Nových Hradů - proměny vzhledu a funkce krajinného parku
tvrz Cuknštejn, 18. 5. 2012 (Martin Krummholz, Petra Trnková)

2011

"The Royal Court and the City", the Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, 3–5 February 2011 (Klára Benešovská, Lenka Panušková, organisers)

2010

Completion of "Resurrected Treasure", the Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, 26 November 2010 (Jiří Roháček, Petra Trnková, organisers)

Hans von Aachen and new research in the transfer of the new idea in Central Europe, the Institue of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, 22-25 September 2010 (Štěpán Vácha, convenor)

Managements of collections of photographs and the project "Ressurected Treassure", the Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, 22 April 2010 (Jiří Roháček, organiser)

2009

Written sources in art history. Meeting to continue the work of the section with the same title of the third Congress of Art Historians organised by the Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, in cooperation with the Art History Society in the Czech Lands, Prague, 12 November 2009 (Jiří Roháček, organiser)

Beati morturi qui in domino moriuntur. Eighth meeting on issues relating to sepulchre monuments, Prague, 21–22 October 2009 (Jiří Roháček, organiser)

Body and corporeality in 19th-century Czech culture. The 29th Plzeň symposium, Plzeň, Study and Research Library of the Plzeň Region, 26–28 February 2009 (Taťána Petrasová, Pavla Machalíková, organisers)

2008

Ceiling Painting around 1700: Public and Private Devotion in the Towns of Central Europe and North Italy, Ljubljana, 16–17 October 2008 (Martin Mádl, organiser)

Zdeněk Wirth seen through today's eyes, Prague, 17 September 2008 (Jiří Roháček, Kristina Uhlíková, organisers)

Mortui immortales. Seventh meeting on issues relating to sepulchre monuments, Prague, 3 June 2008 (Jiří Roháček, organiser)

2007

Mors principium est. Sixth meeting on issues relating to sepulchre monuments, Prague, 31 May – 1 June 2007 (Jiří Roháček, organiser)

Bohuslav Hasištejnský of Lobkowicz and the culture of his time, Prague, 25 May 2007 (Jan Chlíbec, organiser. In cooperation with the Office of the President of the Republic and the National Museum in Prague)

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2012

Klára Benešovská, "Venceslao IV e Giangaleazzo Visconti: Diplomazia-Arte-Politica", International conference "Arte di Corte in Italia del Nord. Programmi, modelli, artisti (1330–1402 ca.)", Université de Lausanne with the support of Fonds national suisse de la recherche scientifique, Lausanne, 24.–26. 5. 2012

Martin Mádl, Crocevia e capitale della migrazione artistica: forestieri a Bologna e bolognesi nel mondo (sec. XVIII), Bologna, 22. – 24. 5. 2012

2009

Text and Image in 19-20th Century Art of Central Europe, Budapest, The Art History Institute of Eötvös Loránd University, 20–22 September, 2009.

Lenka Bydžovská, The Gift
Taťána Petrasová, The First Czech Translation (1783) of the Five Orders: Image Rewrites Text
Tomáš Winter, Robinson Crusoe, František Tichý and Cannibals

2008

Writing Central European Art History (the lecture cycle). PATTERNS_Travelling Lecture Set 2008/2009. ERSTE Stiftung – ERSTE Foundation – World University Service Austria: Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, 18.–20. 4. 2008; University of Belgrade 7.–9. 11. 2008; Akademie der Bildende Künste, Vienna 23.– 25. 11. 2008.

Vojtěch Lahoda, Regional Cubism? How to write on Cubism in Central and Eastern Europe

 

L’Europe centrale en amateur. William Ritter (1867–1955), Paris, Université Paris-Sorbonne, 21. and 22. 11. 2008.

Lenka Bydžovská, Heart in a trance: William Ritter and Czech modernism.

 

The Renaissance – Our Contemporary. Petöfi Literary Museum, Budapest, 18. 11. 2008

Lubomír Konečný, Renaissance Art as Studied Yesterday and Today

 

« L’Art et transferts culturels au temps de Charles le Téméraire », Bern, Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Departement für Kunstwissenschaften, Philosophisch-historische Fakultät Bern, 18.–20. 7. 2008.

Klára Benešovská, Les ‘Junker von Prag’ sous la perspective de la recherche tchèque

 

Das Kreuz: Darstellung und Verehrung in der Frühen Neuzeit – Kontinuitäten und Brüche, Rastatt, 17.–19. 7. 2008.

Martin Mádl, Heilig-Kreuz-Legenden in der böhmischen Wandmalerei des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts

 

„L´Art et transferts culturels au temps de Charles le Téméraire“, organised by Universität Bern – Institut für Kunstgeschichte 18.–20. 7. 2008.

Jan Chlíbec, Reasons for Savonarola´s popularity in the land of heretics

 

Eastern & Western Traditions of European Iconography, 4: The Iconology of Law and Order [Legal and Cosmic], organised by University of Szeged, 6.– 10. 7. 2008.

Lubomír Konečný, Justice Personified, In and Out of Context

 

Chronicon Aulae regiae/Die Königsaaler Chronik. Eine Bestandsaufnahme (the annual meeting), organised by the Historische Kommission für die böhmische Länder, Bad Wiessee 18.– 20. 4. 2008.

Klára Benešovská, Zisterziensische Baukunst in Böhmen zur Zeit des Peter von Zittau

 

Martin Mádl, „Giacomo Tencalla in Bohemia: Hofburg frescoes replicated?” Vienna, Institut für Kunstgeschichte – Universität Wien, 25 January 2008.

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