Sztuka Europy Wschodniej widziana z globalnych perspektyw: przeszłość i teraźniejszość

24-27 października 2014

24 października (piątek)

19:00


Piotr PIOTROWSKI: Introductory Remarks

Prelekcja przewodnia:
Thomas DaCosta KAUFMANN, “The Netherlandish Model. Netherlandish Art History and World Art History”

25 października (sobota)

10:00 – 12:15

Prowadzący: Piotr Piotrowski
Prelegenci:
Katarzyna MURAWSKA-MUTHESIUS, “Ego Ideals of East-Central Europe”
Eva FORGÁCS, “Between Local and Global: Double Bind and Double Challenge”
Beata HOCK, “Managing Trans/Nationality. Cultural Actors within Imperial Structure”

14:00 – 16:15

Prowadzący: László Beke
Prelegenci:
Tomasz GRUSIECKI, “Globalising Provenance: After-Lives of a Polish-Lithuanian Squirrel”
Krista KODRES, “Rules of the Game. Constructing the Baroque and its History in Soviet Estonia”
Viktor Olivier LŐRINCZ, “Places of Expansion. Hard Core and the Protective Belt in the Architecture of the Eighteenth-Century World System”

16:45 – 19:30

Prowadzący: Andrzej Szczerski
Prelegenci:
Marina DMITRIEVA, “Between Russia and Europe. Ukrainian Modernism on the Global Map of the International Avant-Garde”
Maja and Reuben FOWKES, “Towards a Planetary History of East European Art”
Klara KEMP-WELCH, “Personalities and Possibilities. Global Pioneers of Eastern European Experimental Art”


26 października (niedziela)

10:00 – 12:15

Prowadzący: Eva Forgács
Prelegenci:
Bojana PEJIĆ, “Belgrade 1961: Non-Alignment, Modernism, and ‘Yugo-Centrism’”
Andrzej SZCZERSKI, “Interpretations of the ‘Thaw’ – Ryszard Stanisławski Exhibitions in Latin America”
Katarzyna CYTLAK, “Beyond the Fantasies of the Red Star. Eastern European Art Seen from the Argentinean Perspective”

14:00 – 16:15

Prowadzący: Krista Kodres
Prelegenci:
Anu ALLAS, “Our Imaginings Unite with Reality. Ideological Encounters in the East European Neo-Avant-Garde”
Amy BRYZGEL, “Performance Art on the Border between East and West”
Jörg SCHELLER, “More than Mirrors. The Role of Large-Scale Exhibitions of Contemporary art for the Globalization of Central and Eastern European Art by the Example of the Polish Exhibitions at the Venice Art Biennale”

16:45 – 20:15


Prowadzący: Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius
Prelegneci:
Joanna SOKOŁOWSKA, “Undoing the East. Towards the Global Semi-Periphery”
Eszter SZAKÁCS, “Curatorial Discourse and Practice. Globalism and the Eastern European Region”
Krisztóf NAGY, “The Emergence of the Soros Foundation in Hungary. Decolonisation or Neocolonisation?”

27 października (poniedziałek)

10:00 – 12:30


Prowadzący: Bojana Pejić
Prelegenci:
Aleš ERJAVEC, “Art and the Politics of Representation in Eastern Europe from a Global Perspective”
Magdalena RADOMSKA, “A Visual Critique of Global Capitalism in Central-Eastern Europe”
László BEKE, “Post-Contemporary Art in East and Central Europe. A New Art Tendency and a New Method in Art History”

Piotr PIOTROWSKI Podsumowanie