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CFP: El Retablo en el espacio Iberoamericano (Lisbon, 26-27 Nov 2015)

2015-03-RetabloLisbonCFP:
El Retablo en el espacio Iberoamericano
Lisbon, Portugal, November 26 – 27, 2015

Deadline: Apr 30, 2015

El Instituto de História da Arte de la Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa organiza el I Simpósio de Historia del Arte – El Retabulo en el espacio Iberoamericano: Forma, función e iconografía, que tendrá lugar en la Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, el 26 y 27 de noviembre de 2015.
Se invita a todos los interessados a enviar sus propuestas sobre el retablo en el espacio Iberoamericano teniendo en cuenta los siguientes temas:
– El retablo Iberoamericano: identidades, transferencias y asimilaciones.
– El retablo y el espacio: diseño, arquitectura, pintura y escultura.
– El retablo y la iconografía: interpretación, significado y función.
– El patrimonio retablístico: conservación, restauración, defensa y valorización.
Más informaciones: https://retabuloiberoamericano.wordpress.com/

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Fundación Carolina: Call for scholarship applications, 2015-2016

2014-12-FundacionCarolina-logo The Fundación Carolina (Spain) has released its call for scholarship applications, 2015-2016, in a variety of fields including “artes, humanidades, y comunicación”.  Applications are not limited to individuals in Spanish-speaking countries; the Fundación Carolina invites applications from Brazilian scholars, too.
The range of support appears to extend, for example, to students working on doctoral degrees as well as to postdoctoral applicants.
For further details, go to: <http://www.fundacioncarolina.es/formacion/convocatoria-2015-2016/>.

Lygia Clark, New York

2014-06-Lygia ClarkLygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948–1988, MOMA, New York, 10 May – 24 August 2014.
The first major retrospective of the Brazilian artist (1920-1988) in North America, comprising almost 300 paintings, drawings, sculptures and participatory works. Organized around three themes, abstraction, concretism and the “abandonment” of art.

Hélio Oiticica, Dublin

2014-06-Helio OiticicaHélio Oiticica: Propositions, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 19 July – 5 October 2014. A major retrospective exhibition of the work of the internationally renowned Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica (1937–1980), whose innovative interactive and experiential artworks have influenced many contemporary artists.
Visitors will be encouraged try on his wearable ‘Parangolés’ and enjoy dressing up as a mobile sculpture. The exhibition has been co-curated by the artist’s nephew, César Oiticica Filho.