International projects

Our international cooperation is based on preparing specific projects together with a partner institution, for example exhibitions, specialist catalogues and publications. The work is carried out thanks to funds acquired from international research institutions, foundations and funds.

2009

Dialogues of Colour and Sound. Works by Mikolajus Konstantinas Čiurlionis and his Contemporaries. Preparation of exhibition and catalogue; participation in symposium.

Period covered: 2007-2009.

Financial support: National Gallery in Vilnius.

Cooperating institutions: Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic; National Gallery in Vilnius.

Convenor: Vojtěch Lahoda

Results: exhibition, catalogue, conference, lecture

Exhibition Spalvu ir garsu dialogai. Mikolajus Konstantino Čiurlionio ir amžininku kuryba. Lietuvos dailes muziejus, Vilnius 2009 / Dialogues of Colour and Sound. Works by Mikolajus Konstantinas Čiurlionis and his Contemporaries. Nacionaliné Dailes Galerijoje Vilnius / National Gallery of Art, Vilnius 2009, 21 June–23 August 2009, curators: Rasa Andriušyté-Žukiené, Osvaldas Daugelis, Vojtěch Lahoda, Šarunas Nakas.

Texts in the catalogue: Vojtěch Lahoda , "Slaptoji kalba", Muzika ir "Kita tikrove". Čiurlionis, Kupka ir kompanija, in: Austeja Cepuskaité – Helmutas Šabasevičius (eds.), Spalvu ir garsu dialogai. Mikolajus Konstantino Čiurlionio ir amžininku kuryba. Lietuvos dailes muziejus, Vilnius 2009, pp. 18–27;

Vojtěch Lahoda, The "Secret Language", Music and the "Other Reality": Čiurlionis, Kupka and Company, in: Austeja Cepuskaité – Helmutas Šabasevičius (eds.), Dialogues of Colour and Sound. Works by Mikolajus Konstantinas Čiurlionis and his Contemporaries. Lithuanian Art Museum, Vilnius 2009, pp. 161-171. ISBN 978-9986-609-97-5; ISMN 979-0-706186-00-9.

Conference: Between Silence and Sound. Migration of Artistic Ideas in the Works of Čiurlionis and his Contemporaries, 22 June 2009

Lecture: Vojtěch Lahoda, Kupka and Čiurlionis.

 

2008

Artistic Exchange / Umělecká výměna

Period covered: 2007 – 2008

Financial support: The project is financed by a grant from the bilateral Czech-Slovene programme Kontakt.

Cooperating institutions: Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, and France Stele Institute of Art History – SRC SASA, Ljubljana.

Convenor: Martin Mádl

Results: conference, study visit

Conference: Ceiling Painting around 1700: Public and Private Devotion in the Towns of Central Europe and North Italy, 16–18 October 2008, Ljubljana. Papers contributed by: Sylva Dobalová, The Iconography of St. Wenceslas in Early Baroque Prague: The Cases of the Wallenstein and Lobkowicz Palaces; Martin Mádl, Between Meditation and Propaganda: Visible and Invisible Sacral Image in Baroque Ceiling Painting

Study visit by Uroš Lubej (Slovenia) in the Czech Republic

 

2007

Hans Rottenhammer and der Prager Kaiserhof Rudolfs II. / Hans Rottenhammer and the Imperial Court of Rudolf II in Prague, Lemgo, 17-18 February 2007, international conference

Period covered: 17-18 February 2007

Financial support: Weserrenaissance-Museum Schloß Brake, Lemgo

Cooperating institutions: Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic; Weserrenaissance-Museum Schloß Brake.

Convenor: Lubomír Konečný

Results: conference, publication

Heiner Borggrefe – Verga Lüpkes – Lubomír Konečný – M. Bischoff (edd.), Hans Rottenhammer (1564-1625): Ergebnisse des in Kooperation mit dem Institut der Kunstgeschichte der Tschechischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, v. v. i., durchgeführten Symposions am Weserrenaissance-Museum Schloß Brake (17.-18. Februar 2007), Marburg 2007.

 

München–Prag um 1600, München, 22-23 March 2007, international working meeting

Period covered: 22–23 March 2007

Financial support: Staatliche Graphische Sammlung in München

Cooperating institutions: Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic; Staatliche Graphische Sammlung in München; supported by the Council for International Affairs of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

Results: lectures

Beket Bukovinská, Kunstkammer Rudolfs II. , Prokop Muchka

 

Fulget Caesaris Astrum: Studientag zur Rudolfinischen Hofkunst 4 May 2007, lecture cycle

Period covered: 4 May 2007

Financial support: Dresden Technische Universität

Cooperating institutions: Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic; Dresden Technische Universität

Convenor: Beket Bukovinská

Results: lectures by Beket Bukovinská Die Kunstkammer Kaiser Rudolfs II – "die größte und qualitätsvollste Sammlung aller Fürsten seiner Zeit", Lubomír Konečný, Ars Rudolphina.

 

International conferences abroad

2009

Text and Image in the 19th- and 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

Vojtěch Lahoda, Regional Cubism? How to write on Cubism in Central and Eastern Europe, lecture cycle Writing Central European Art History. PATTERNS_Travelling Lecture Set 2008/2009. ERSTE Stiftung – ERSTE Foundation – World University Service Austria: Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, 18–20 April 2008; University of Belgrade 7–9 November 2008; Akademie der Bildende Künste, Vienna 23–25 November 2008.

Lenka Bydžovská, "L'Europe centrale en amateur. William Ritter (1867–1955)", Université Paris-Sorbonne, 21-22 November 2008, paper on "Heart in a trance: William Ritter and Czech modernism".

Lubomír Konečný, Renaissance Art as Studied Yesterday and Today (The Renaissance – Our Contemporary). Petöfi Literary Museum, Budapest, 18 November 2008

Klára Benešovská, paper on "Les 'Junker von Prag' sous la perspective de la recherche tchèque" at the conference "L'Art et transferts culturels au temps de Charles le Téméraire", organised by the Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Departement für Kunstwissenschaften, Philosophisch-historische Fakultät Bern, 18–20 July 2008.

Martin Mádl, "Heilig-Kreuz-Legenden in der böhmischen Wandmalerei des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts", conference Das kreuz: Darstellung und Verehrung in der Frühen Neuzeit – Kontinuitäten und Brüche, Rastatt, 17–19 July 2008.

Jan Chlíbec, paper on "Reasons for Savonarola's popularity in the land of heretics" at the international conference "L'Art et transferts culturels au temps de Charles le Téméraire" (organised by Universität Bern – Institut für Kunstgeschichte 18–20 July 2008).

Lubomír Konečný, Justice Personified, In and Out of Context (Eastern & Western Traditions of European Iconography, 4: The Iconology of Law and Order [Legal and Cosmic]. University of Szeged, 6–10 July 2008)

Klára Benešovská, paper on "Zisterziensische Baukunst in Böhmen zur Zeit des Peter von Zittau" at the annual meeting of the Historische Kommission für die böhmische Länder "Chronicon Aulae regiae/Die Königsaaler Chronik. Eine Bestandsaufnahme", Bad Wiessee 18–20 April 2008.

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

2007

Vojtěch Lahoda "Creeping Modernism": Socialist Realism and Modernist Nostalgia in Czech Visual Art of the 1950s. Lecture at the international conference Different Modernism, Different Avant-Gard

International Conference on Art History, 27–28 September 2007, Kumu Art Museum, Tallin, Estonia.

Vojtěch Lahoda, Dashed Hopes: Pablo Picasso and the Communist Bloc during the Cold War. Lecture at the international conference Hoffnung in Wissenschaft, Gesellschaft und Politik in Tschechien und Deutschland, Karls-Universität Prag und Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, 11-12 May 2007

Klára Benešovská, Forgotten Paths to 'Another' Renaissance (Prague and Bohemia around 1400), international conference "Renaissance? Perceptions of Continuity and Discontinuity in Europe c. 1300 – c. 1550" University of Edinburgh 29 August 2007

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