Since 2010 the Institute of Art History, as a member of RIHA – the International Association of Research Institutes in the History of Art – has been involved in editing and publishing the on-line periodical RIHA Journal (www.riha-journal.org). The Journal is included to the Web of Science databasis and to ERIH plus as well. Texts are subject to a double peer review and articles that are accepted are published within a few months.
Recently the monographic issues in which any specific topis is being dealt. At the moment the Instute of Art History is preparing a special issue dedicated to the Nazarenism in the connection with the international conference Local Roots - European Connections held in September 2014 in Regional Gallery in Liberec.
The RIHA Association (International Association of Research Institutes in the History of Art) allies now almost 30 institutions dealing with researches and documentation on the fields of art history. It was founded in 1998 in Paris and the Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences was one of the co-founders. Annually, one of the RIHA-Members organises a common meeting which enables discussion on actual topics and problems that are of high importance for the art history.
On the meeting in Rome in 2008 a “RIHA Resolution on Copyright” was approved; in Ljubljana the document “ERIH and Art History – a joint resolution of RIHA” was defined and subsequently confirmed (see: www.riha-institutes.org). The 13th RIHA-Meeting in November 2013 took place in Prague within the Institute of Art History of the CAS. Here, the resolution “Measuring Quality in Art History” was approved.