Emerging Researchers Online Symposium: New Themes and Ideas in Studies of Iberian and Latin American Art and Visual Culture, 5 – 6 July 2021

For the full program, please click here Booking is essential, please click here to register On 5 and 6 July the Zurbarán Centre will host a two-day student-led symposium showcasing innovative doctoral research in Iberian and Latin American art and visual culture.  The presentations explore a wide variety of topics across all periods from theContinue reading “Emerging Researchers Online Symposium: New Themes and Ideas in Studies of Iberian and Latin American Art and Visual Culture, 5 – 6 July 2021”

CFP: The Presence of America in Madrid: Art, Images and Material Culture in Transit

International Conference Organized by: AmerMad Project in collaboration with the Royal Academy of San Fernando, Madrid Directors: Luisa Elena Alcalá and Benito Navarrete Prieto Dates: 3-4 (or 10-11) February 2022 (exacts dates to be confirmed) Place: Real Academia de San Fernando, Madrid Organized within the context of the research project AmerMad (America in Madrid. InterconnectedContinue reading “CFP: The Presence of America in Madrid: Art, Images and Material Culture in Transit”

CFP: Latin American Art and Social Resistance in the Global/Glocal Perspective, deadline 30 July 2021

Online Panel The Art Association of Australia & New Zealand (AAANZ) I M P A C T 8-10 DecemberThe University of Sydney Deadline 30 July 2021. The theme of this session is art and social resistance in Latin America and Caribbean in the era of post colonialism and global/glocal perspective. We will therefore look at LatinContinue reading “CFP: Latin American Art and Social Resistance in the Global/Glocal Perspective, deadline 30 July 2021”

TONIGHT: Re-Visiting Museums: From the Louvre to the Hispanic Society Museum & Library in New York, 5pm

Join the Hispanic Society Museum & Library Director & CEO, Guillaume Kientz, and Lionel Sauvage, philanthropist and 18th Century French art collector for a conversation organized by the American Friends of the Louvre and the National Arts Club. Together, they will discuss Mr. Kientz’s commitment to reimagining museums from the Louvre to the HSM&L, highlighting theContinue reading “TONIGHT: Re-Visiting Museums: From the Louvre to the Hispanic Society Museum & Library in New York, 5pm”

Online Talk: Learning @ Lunch with the Meadows Museum, SMU – Akemi Herráez Vossbrink, ‘A Spanish Artist Active in Mexico’, 25 May 2021, 6:15pm London (12:15 Dallas)

Join Akemi Herráez Vossbrink, Center for Spain in America (CSA) Curatorial Fellow at the Meadows Museum, to explore Alonso López de Herrera’s double-sided copper, Saint Thomas Aquinas [recto] and Saint Francis of Assisi Receiving the Stigmata, 1639. Please click here to register

Maius Workshop – Palaeography Online: Iberian Documents in Virtual Times, 4 May, 5pm (London)

In this session, we will discuss innovative ways of confronting medieval Iberian documents. We will hear from the PI of a born-digital, collaborative project which exemplifies the potential of the internet in reshaping the study of pre-modern sources. We will also learn from the ongoing research of an ECR who has adapted to the challengesContinue reading “Maius Workshop – Palaeography Online: Iberian Documents in Virtual Times, 4 May, 5pm (London)”

Juan Facundo Riaño Essay Medal winner 2021: Diana Bularca

ARTES is delighted to announce the winner of the 2021 Juan Facundo Riaño Essay Medal. The medal and £400 prize money are awarded to Diana Bularca, formerly a MA student at the Courtauld Institute of Art, for her essay ‘Wifredo Lam’s Strategic Language’. As Diana writes, ‘Cuban artist Wifredo Lam (b.1902—d.1982) used European modernist formsContinue reading “Juan Facundo Riaño Essay Medal winner 2021: Diana Bularca”

TONIGHT: Professor Roberto Conduru (Southern Methodist University), “Magic, crime and art in early 20th-century Afro-Brazilian religions,” the final talk in the ARTES and Zurbarán Centre Seminar Series

You are warmly invited to our final seminar (re-scheduled from 17 February) of our Research Seminar Series organised with ARTES Iberian and Latin American Visual Culture Group and the Instituto Cervantes: TONIGHT, Tuesday 27 April, 6.00 PM Professor Roberto Conduru (Southern Methodist University), “Magic, crime and art in early 20th-century Afro-Brazilian religions” At the beginningContinue reading “TONIGHT: Professor Roberto Conduru (Southern Methodist University), “Magic, crime and art in early 20th-century Afro-Brazilian religions,” the final talk in the ARTES and Zurbarán Centre Seminar Series”