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2021

RIHA Journal
2021

Articles 0254-

2020

RIHA Journal
2020

Articles 0236 and 0244-0253

Special Issue "Constructing Nationhood in Early Modern Rome"
2020

Articles 0237-0243

Guest-edited by Susanne Kubersky-Piredda and Tobias Daniels
In the Early Modern period, the concept of national identity differed greatly from the nineteenth- and early twentieth-century ideology of the nation state. The word natio defined a group of persons unified by common territorial origins and cultural markers such as language, habits, customs, traditions, and confessions. Like no other city in Europe, Rome, home of the papacy, destination of pilgrims, and metropolis of art, was a perpetual hub for foreigners and thus was an ideal laboratory for the formation of national identities and their representation on an international stage.

2019

RIHA Journal
2019

Articles 0204-0210, 0218-0221 and 0230-0235

Special Issue "Prekäre Vergangenheit? Barockforschung im östlichen Mitteleuropa unter den Bedingungen des Sozialismus"
2019

Articles 0211-0217

Guest-edited by Michaela Marek (†) and Eva Pluhařová-Grigienė
The field of art historiography under state socialism in Central and Eastern Europe has been little researched to date. In a comparative approach, this special issue examines the interpretative models that architectural historians in Eastern Europe applied to Baroque architecture during the Cold War.

Special Issue "From Living to Visual Images. Paradigms of Corporeal Iconicity in Late Antiquity"
2019

Articles 0222-0229

Guest-edited by Michele Bacci and Vladimir Ivanovici
In the Roman world, various traditions of iconic life were present in the period before the icon was affirmed. By examining these, the articles in this issue restore part of the context in which the concept of the icon was born. And they invite readers to add a new perspective on the phenomenon: that of a surrogate for the living iconic body.

2018

RIHA Journal
2018

Articles 0198-0203

Special Issue "Mies und mehr ... . Transferprozesse in Architektur und Wohnkultur der 1920er und 1930er Jahre"
2018

Articles 0184-0188

Guest-edited by Rudolf Fischer
This special issue presents new research perspectives on the architectural and interior design discourses of modernity. It questions the complex relationship between the process of artistic creation, society and technology, while also considering the actors and networks implicated in the formation of the avant-garde modernism.

Special Issue "Gottfried Lindauer – Painting New Zealand"
2018

Articles 0189-0197

Guest-edited by Alexandra Karentzos, Miriam Oesterreich and Britta Schmitz
"Gottfried Lindauer – Painting New Zealand" breaks new ground in the debate on cultural transfer processes of the 19th century. It generates new perspectives on past as well as present exhibition regimes, addressing questions of colonial self-presentation and representation, both of which are intellectually intriguing and currently the subject of politically-charged controversy. The dissonance between how the Māori used and valued portraiture and how the West viewed and reflected on the pictorial is discussed, as are negotiations over the documentary and the pictorial.

2017

RIHA Journal
2017

Articles 0145-0149 and 0177-0183

Special Issue "War Graves/ Die Bauaufgabe Soldatenfriedhof, 1914-1989"
2017

Articles 0150-0176

Guest-edited by Christian Fuhrmeister (Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Munich) and Kai Kappel (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin)
The special issue “War Graves, War Cemeteries, and Memorial Shrines as a Building Task (1914 to 1989). Die Bauaufgabe Soldatenfriedhof/Kriegsgräberstätte zwischen 1914 und 1989“ originates from two colloquia hosted by Humboldt-University in Berlin and Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte in Munich in 2014. The papers of this anthology contribute to an emerging field of research whose scope is interdisciplinary and transnational.

2016

RIHA Journal
2016

Articles 0141-0144

Special Issue "Southern Modernisms"
2016

Articles 0131-0140

Guest-edited by Joana Cunha Leal and Begoña Farré Torras, Universidade Nova, Lisbon
"Southern Modernisms. Critical Stances through Regional Appropriations" is a special issue curated by Joana Cunha Leal and Begoña Farré Torras from the Universidade Nova of Lisbon. Its goal is to broaden the ongoing critical revision of the concept of Modernism with case studies relating to Portugal, Spain, and Greece.

2015

RIHA Journal
2015

Articles 0115-0121 and 0126-0130

Special Issue "Contemporary Art and Memory" (Part II)
2015

Articles 0122-0125

Guest-edited by / Gościnnie zredagowany przez Katarzyna Jagodzińska (International Cultural Centre, Krakow)
This special issue results from a seminar hosted by the ICC in Krakow in conjunction with the exhibition "Memory. Registers and Territories" (ICC Gallery, Dec. 2013 - April 2014). In case studies and cross-sectional investigations, the authors trace the motifs of individual and collective memory in contemporary Polish art.

2014

RIHA Journal
2014

Articles 0079-0082, 0090-0099 and 0102

Special Issue "When Art History Meets Design History"
2014

Articles 0083-0089

Guest-edited by Glenn Adamson and Anne Puetz
In this special issue you will find discussion of several episodes in the relationship between the fine and the decorative arts, ranging from the Renaissance to the late nineteenth century. Despite this broad chronological sweep there is much in common among our authors' findings. Above all, and perhaps contrary to readers' expectations, each essay contests the notion that fine and decorative were truly opposed in their period.

Special Issue "Collecting Italian Art North of the Alps 1700–1800"
2014

Articles 0100-0101

Guest-edited by Martin Olin (Nationalmuseum, Stockholm / Swedish Institute in Rome)
Grand Tours progressing as far as Italy were unusual among the Scandinavian nobility. Therefore, the visits to Italy of Frederik IV of Denmark had a disproportionately large impact. J. Svenningsen describes the effect of the visits on the taste of a group of courtiers traveling with the Danish prince and traces their ensuing patronage of Italian art. F. Benuzzi studies the less-known patronage of Venetian sculpture North of the Alps, with patrons including Peter the Great, the Earl of Carlisle and the Swedish diplomat and collector Count Carl Gustaf Tessin.

Special Issue "Contemporary Art and Memory" (Part I)
2014

Articles 0103-0114

Guest-edited by / Gościnnie zredagowany przez Katarzyna Jagodzińska (International Cultural Centre, Krakow)
This special issue results from a seminar hosted by the ICC in Krakow in conjunction with the exhibition "Memory. Registers and Territories" (ICC Gallery, Dec. 2013 - April 2014). In case studies and cross-sectional investigations, the authors trace the motifs of individual and collective memory in contemporary Polish art.

2013

RIHA Journal
2013

Articles 0063-0078

2012

RIHA Journal
2012

Articles 0033-0040, 0049-0057 and 0061-0062

Special Issue "New Directions in Neo-Impressionism"
2012

Articles 0041-0048

Guest-edited by Tania Woloshyn and Anne Dymond
Scholarly literature has much privileged Georges Seurat's oeuvre to "explain" neo-impressionism, not least its technique, the point (pointillism) or divided facture (divisionism). While Seurat's production is indisputably key to the history of neo-impressionism, critically analyzing the movement beyond the celebrity of Seurat – its developments after the artist's untimely early death in 1891, its diverse practitioners, and the origins of that very narrative – opens up fresh interpretations with new insights.

Special Issue "Vincenzo Scamozzi: Lektüren eines gelehrten Architekten"
2012

Articles 0058-0060

Guest-edited by Rüdiger Hoyer
These papers derive from a colloquium held at the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte in Munich (ZI). The occasion was a new acquisition for the ZI's library: a volume of the first complete edition of Sebastiano Serlio's "Books on Architecture" (Venice 1551) annotated by Vincenzo Scamozzi (1548-1616). The copy is one of the very few surviving annotated books from Scamozzi, who is known for his broad erudition. It is a first-rate art-historical source that has remained unknown until now and provides direct insight into Scamozzi's working methods.

2011

RIHA Journal
2011

Articles 0015-0032

2010

RIHA Journal
2010

Articles 0001-0014