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History of Art Third Year Graduate Symposium

When Apr 27, 2018
from 09:15 AM to 04:40 PM
Where Graduate Centre, 4a Trumpington Street
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Third Year Graduate Symposium Poster

9:15-9:30        Opening Remarks

Panel 1:  Word & Image

Chair: Fran Hughes

9:30-10:00           Ilaria Bernocchi: ‘Italian Heroic Portraits in the Sixteenth Century’

10:00-10:30         Christina Faraday: ‘The concept of “Liveliness” and English visual culture, c.1530-c.1630'

10:30-11:00         Amy Jeffs: 'The art of the Brut-Fierabras, BL Egerton MS 3028, and earlier History Books from England, ca. 1200-1340'

11:00-11:30 Break

Panel 2:  Taboo
Chair: Lizzie Marx

11:30-12:00         Lorraine de la Verpillière: ‘Visceral Creativity: Earthly Melancholy, Digestion, and Materiality in the Visual Arts of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Europe’

12:00-12:30         Kamila Kocialkowska: ‘Soviet Censorship and the Russian Avant-Garde: Abstraction beyond Art’

12:30-13:00         Paula Fayos-Perez: 'The Politics of the Grotesque: The Influence of Goya’s Caprichos on French Graphic Art and Literature of the 19th Century (c.1799-1868)'


13:00-14:00     Lunch catered by Aromi Cambridge

Panel 3 Part I:  Patronage and Artists' Workshops
Chair: TBC

14:00-14:30         Krisztina Ilko: ‘The Early Artistic Patronage of the Augustinian Friars in Central Italy (1256-c. 1370)’

14:30-15:00         Akemi Luisa Herráez Vossbrink: 'Francisco de Zurbarán and his Workshop’s Painting Production for the New World: Trade, Collecting and Reception'

15:00-15:30 Break

Panel 3 Part II:  Patronage and Artists' Workshops
Chair: TBC

15:30-16:00         Isabel Stokholm: ‘Fathers and Sons? Two Old Realists and a New Generation of Russian Artists, 1890-1914’ 

16:00-16:30         Neylan Bagcioglu: ‘Politics of the Project: From Negotiators to Collaborators, Radical Art in Britain (1968-1979)’


16:30-16:40 Closing Remarks