[S-fotografie] I: CONF: Photographic histories in Central and Eastern Europe (Prague, 9-11 May 17)

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Oggetto: CONF: Photographic histories in Central and Eastern Europe (Prague, 9-11 May 17)

From: Petra Trnkova <ptrnkova a gmail.com>
Date: Apr 8, 2017
Subject: CONF: Photographic histories in Central and Eastern Europe
(Prague, 9-11 May 17)

Prague, Academic Conference Centre, May 9 - 11, 2017
Registration deadline: Apr 30, 2017

SHAPING IDENTITIES | CHALLENGING BORDERS
Photographic histories in Central and Eastern Europe
9–11 May 2017

International conference organized by the Institute of Art History of
the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague
in association with Society Liber pro Arte (Warsaw), Humboldt
University (Berlin), Photoinstitut Bonartes (Vienna), Photographic
History Research Centre at De Montfort University (Leicester), and the
Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw)

Keynote Speakers Monika Faber (Photoinstitut Bonartes, Vienna) and
Tomáš Dvorák (FAMU; Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of
Sciences, Prague)

Advisory Board Gil Pasternak (PHRC, De Montfort University, Leicester)
and Ewa Manikowska (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)

Organization Petra Trnková (CAS, Prague), Eva Pluharová-Grigiene
(Humboldt University, Berlin), and Marta Zietkiewicz (Liber pro Arte,
Warsaw)

Academic Conference Centre, Husova 4a, Prague
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Programme

9 May 2017 (Tuesday)

8:00–9:00 Registration
9:00–9:10 Welcome and Introduction
Tomáš Winter, Director of the Institute of Art History, Czech Academy
of Sciences
Petra Trnková, Institute of Art History, Czech Academy of Sciences

9:10–10:10 Keynote lecture
Monika Faber, Photoinstitut Bonartes, Vienna, Austria: A Mosaic of
Broken Threads

10:10–10:30 Coffee break

10:30–12:30 Panel 1: Crossing Borders
Chair: Gil Pasternak
Éva Fisli, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, Hungary: In-between.
Press prints in interwar Hungary
Jindrich Toman, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA:
Migration by Default? The Transnational Culture of Picture Postcards
around 1900–1914
Anna Zelikova, Independent researcher, St. Petersburg, Russia:
Impressionism and Decadence: Reception of Pictorial Photography in
Pre-revolutionary Russia
Ágnes Anna Sebestyén, Hungarian Museum of Architecture, Budapest,
Hungary: Modern Architecture Crossing Borders: Photographic Images
Representing International Architecture in the Hungarian Journal ‘Space
and Form’

12:30–13:30 Lunch

13:30–14:30 Panel 2: National Identity, Ethnic Difference and
Photographic Trends I
Chair: Petra Trnková
Lucia Almášiová, Slovak National Gallery in Bratislava, Slovakia:
Photographer Pavol Sochán and Slovakian Identity in Austro-Hungarian
Monarchy
Anca Filipovici, Romanian Institute of Research on National Minorities,
Cluj-Napoca, Romania: National Identity Coping with Ethnicity. Images
of Interwar Romania in Iosif Berman’s Photography

14:30–15:00 Coffee break

15:00–16:30 Panel 3: National Identity, Ethnic Difference and
Photographic Trends II
Chair: Ewa Manikowska
Helena Beránková, Ethnographic Institute of the Moravian Museum, Brno,
Czech Republic: Lost Identity. Photographic Portraits of Folk Singers
Baiba Tetere, Ernst Moritz Arndt Universität Greifswald, Germany: The
Emergence of Photographic Collecting as Knowledge Accumulation:
‘Latvian Types’ by Janis Kreslinš (1865–?)
Tatiana Saburova, Indiana University Bloomington, USA; Higher School of
Economics, Moscow, Russia: Photographing ‘Types’ in the Russian Empire:
from Expeditions to Exhibitions

16:30–17:00 Coffee break

17:00–18:00 Keynote lecture
Tomáš Dvorák, FAMU and the Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of
Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic: Lucretius on the Nature of Photography

19:00 Dinner

10 May 2017 (Wednesday)

8:30–9:00 Registration

9:00–10:30 Panel 4: Photographic Practices in Light of Political
Transition
Chair: Marta Zietkiewicz
Adam Mazur, University of Arts, Poznan, Poland: Behind the Curtain.
Zdenek Tmej and Jindrich Marco war photographs from Breslau and Warsaw
Merse Pál Szeredi, Eötvös Loránd University and Kassák Museum,
Budapest, Hungary: Patterns in the Documentarist Photography of the
Horthy-Era in Hungary
Natasza Styrna, Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow,
Poland: Torn between Two Worlds. Photographs Published in Lviv Zionist
‘Chwila’ Daily (1930–1935)

10:30–11:00 Coffee break

11:00–12:30 Panel 5: Altering Sociocultural Histories and Realities
Chair: Eva Pluharová-Grigiene
Catherine Troiano, Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Photographic
History Research Centre at De Montfort University, UK: Changing Faces:
‘National Photography’ in Hungarian Museums, 1987–2016
Gil Pasternak, Photographic History Research Centre at De Montfort
University, UK, and Marta Zietkiewicz, Society Liber Pro Arte, Poland:
Crushing Communism, Realising Democracy. Public Photographic Displays
and Polish Sociocultural Politics in the 1980s and 1990s
Annika Toots, Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn, Estonia: Photography
as a Critical Medium of Memory in Post-Soviet Estonia

12:30–13:30 Lunch

13:30–15:30 Panel 6: Archives, Collections and the Historical Work of
Photographies
Chair: Petra Trnková
Martin Jelínek, Jewish Museum in Prague, Czech Republic: Project The
unKnown: 10 years of shaping identity of people on wartime photographs,
curator himself and many others
Jolita Muleviciute, Lithuanian Culture Research Institute, Vilnius,
Lithuania: Count Stanislaw Kazimierz Kossakowski’s Photography: A
Utopian Project (1894–1905)
Petra Bopp, Independent art historian and curator, Hamburg; Freie
Universität, Berlin, Germany: Focus on Strangers. Cross-border
practices in Wehrmacht soldiers’ photographs
Maria Gourieva, St. Petersburg State University; St. Petersburg State
Institute for Culture, Art Film and Photography, Russia: Carnival All
Year Round: Practices of Acting for the Camera in Late Soviet Private
Photography

15:30–16:00 Coffee break

16:00–17:00 Round-table discussion

17:00–17:30 Coffee break

17:30–18:00 Closing remarks

11 May 2017 (Thursday)

9:00–13:00 Site visits; registration for a specific site visit required

Reference / Quellennachweis:
CONF: Photographic histories in Central and Eastern Europe (Prague,
9-11 May 17). In: H-ArtHist, Apr 8, 2017.
<https://arthist.net/archive/15196>.

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