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发布时间 2016年08月27日
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第四分会  欣赏与实用

Session 4: Appreciation and Utility




This session is about how a culture understands the function of art. For this topic, we recommend a discussion focusing on the functions of works of art or artifacts and how such functions have been determined by the social roles which they have played over time.







Focusing on an artisan, object or category, these papers reveal how each has been appreciated or valued differently over time and/or within different groups, and how the changes have challenged simple classifications as “art,” “artwork” and “artifact/artefact”.





 Gail Feigenbaum




 From Altar to Gallery: Detecting a Moment of Categorical Shift



Curriculum Vitae




Gail Feigenbaumis Associate Director of Getty Research Institute, vice president of College Art Association and vice chair of Association of Research Institutes in Art History. She is an art historian with experience in museums, universities and research institutes, publication. She is a specialist in renaissance and baroque art, with a broad range of interests: exhibitions curated on Degas, Carracci, La Tour, and many others.


Education: administrative and curatorial positions at National Gallery of Art and New Orleans Museum of Art. She has taught at Princeton, Georgetown, Tulane and University of New Orleans. She is the author of Jeffersons America and Napoleons France: An Exhibition for the Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial (New Orleans Museum of Art Press, 2003), the editor of Display of Art in the Roman Palace, 15501750 (Getty Research Institute Press, 2014) and co-editor of Sacred Possessions: Collecting Italian Religious Art, 15001900 (Getty Research Institute Press, 2010) .



 Roberta Bartoli




Art, Artifice, Artifact? The Tuscan Renaissance Marriage Chest



Curriculum Vitae





著有《比亚焦·德·安东尼奥》、《安德烈·韦罗基奥》和《文字与图像、作为图像的文字:16世纪以来的落款画框》。近来的研究成果有于《托斯卡纳艺术史— 15世纪》上发表的《在托斯卡纳之外的托斯卡纳人:艺术家之旅》一文和载于展览“爱的美德,十五世纪佛罗伦萨的婚礼绘画”展品手册上的《深度解析文艺复兴中心:舒布林和意大利文集》。


Roberta Bartoliis since 2008 associate scholar at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz–Max Planck Institut. Project on “Die 'Cassone'- und 'Spalliera'-Malerei in der ItalienischenRenaissance: Corpus, Werkstätten, Ikonografie, since 2004, a Honorary Member(Professore) at the Accademia delle Arti del Disegno in Florence, since 2012 visiting Assistant Professor at University of Minnesota and since 2011 John E.Andrews III Curatorial Fellow at Minneapolis Institute of Art in Minneapolis.


His publication include Biagio dAntonio (Milan,Federico Motta Editore,1999); AndreaVerrocchio(Milan, Giovanni e Iris Editori, 2006) ; Text and Image / Textas Image: Inscribed Frames from the 16th Century (Berlin, OlafLemke, 2005). His recent articles and essays include “I Toscani fuor di Toscana: viaggi d’artisti in Storia delle Arti in Toscana”, IlQuattrocento ed. by G. Dalli Regoli e R. P.Ciardi, Firenze(2002), “Guardare piùprofondamente nel cuore il Rinascimento: Schubring e il corpus dei cassoniitaliani”, on the exhibition catalogue of Virtù d'Amore. Pittura nuziale nel quattrocento fiorentino (2010).





Social Status and Craftsmanship: An Ink Brush Dealer in Ching Dynasty Huzou



Curriculum Vitae





YaoDan is a Ph.D. Candidate of Design and Theory of the Product System at Jiangnan University. His research focuses on Chinese Ancient Objecting. He has published articles “Liang Xi. Exploration of the Arts and Crafts of Huzhou Shanlian Ink Brush” in Creation and Design, “On the Formation literary Circles in Jiang Zhe Province and the Rise of Huzhou Writing Brush in Yuan Dynasty” and “A Exploration on the Design of Qin Han Dynasties Writing Brush:A Scrutiny from Their Origins” in ZHUANGSHI.







Today, on a global scale and in cross-cultural understanding, the terms Appreciation and Utility have been affected by changes in the disciplines of the history of art, anthropology, sociology and archaeology, and also in relationship to the present discourses of contemporary art.





  Vanda Vitali



 Towards a Contextual View of Art



Curriculum Vitae







Vanda Vitali is an art historian and a scientist by training. She has been the CEO and Director of the Auckland Museum, New Zealand; Vice President of Public Programs at the Natural (and cultural) History Museum of Los Angeles County in the United States; senior advisor to the President and CEO of the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada. And she continues to lecture, consult and write in the United States and France.


Her research has centered on museums and their collections, and its many publics, including conservation, authenticity studies, archaeometric research, paleo-environmental reconstructions, multimedia recordings and broadcasting, etc., as well as the development, interpretation, and presentation of natural and cultural history collections, exhibitions and galleries, always within an interdisciplinary approach and from a contemporary perspective. Vanda Vitali is an author of five books and catalogues, and over 60 scientific publications. She lectures internationally.



 Jose Antonio Gonzalez Zarandona


From Rock to Digital, Art Historical Scholarship and Prehistoric Art



Curriculum Vitae





Dr Antonio Gonzalez Zarandona is an associate research fellow of Alfred Deakin Institute(for Citizenship and Globalization) at Deakin University. His doctoral thesis title is “Rethinking Heritage: Landscape Iconoclasm in the Burrup Peninsula, Western Australia”. Since 2015, Visiting Scholar of Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage at University of Birmingham. Since 2016, Visiting Scholar of School of Archaeology at University of Oxford. He has lectured on histories and theories of conservation at the University of Melbourne. His main areas of interest are destruction of art and heritage – particularly landscape iconoclasm, rudeaesthetics, heritage diplomacy and heritage destruction. Has published Breve historia del cine experimental [Abrief history of experimental cinema](Spanish Academic Editorial, 2012) and numerous articles, include: “Landscape destruction and heritage mismanagement in Murujuga” (Western Australia, 2016), “ Why do human create art? What caused the creation of art? ” (2013). In 2015, he curated the exhibition “Gestos. Mexican Artists’ Collective”.



 Felipe Soeiro Chaimovich



Mirrors as the Origin of Contemporary Art



Curriculum Vitae





Felipe Soeiro Chaimovich is Full Professor of art history and art criticism at the Arts Faculty of Fundação Armando Álvares Penteadoin São Paulo, and he is the curator of the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo since2007.  He is member of the Brazilian Committee of Art History (CBHA), ICOM, CIMAM, and AICA. He has written numerous articles about art history and art criticism, Brazilian art and Braziliancultural situation is one of his main field of research. He is the author of Objectsor reflexion: Brazilian cultural situation, in Rand et al. (eds.), Oncultural influence: collected papers from Apexart International Conferences1999-2006 (Nova York: Apexart, 2006) ; Greenberg after Oiticica:Teaching Art Criticism Today, in Elkins et al. (eds.), The State of Art Criticism (New York: Routledge, 2008) ; Mirrors of Society: Versaillesand the Use of Flat Reflected Images (VisualResources, vol. 24, #4, Dec. 2008) ; Die brasilianischen Instituitionender Kunst und das Bild der Natur als etwas, das es zu bewahren gilt, in VonBarloewen at al. (orgs.) ; Nachhaltige Entwicklung in einer pluralenModerne. Latinamerikanische Perspecktiven (Berlin: Matthes & Seitz,2013) ;and Brazil: Art after 1980, in Oxford Art Online/GroveDictionaries of Art (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014).



 Iain Boyd Whyte



Jackson Pollock in Berlin,1958



Curriculum Vitae









Iain Boyd Whyte is Professor of Architectural History. He has written extensively on architectural modernism of Germany, Austria and the Netherlands,and on post-1945 urbanism. Beyond architecture, he has also published on aesthetics, 20th century German art, and Anglo-German literary relations.


Iain studied at Nottingham, Cornell, Cambridge, and Leeds Universities. He was appointed to a professorship in1996. From 2002 to 2005 he was seconded to the Getty Foundation, Los Angeles, as a Senior Project Officer, and on his return to Edinburgh in 2005 was appointed Director of VARIE (Visual Arts Research Institute Edinburgh).


A former fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung and a GettyScholar, Iain has been as a Trustee of the National Galleries of Scotland, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and is currently chair of RIHA, the International Association of Research Institutes in the History of Art. Heserved on the Art History panel for the UK Research Assessment Exercise in 2008, and is an advisor to the national research councils in Austria, Belgium,the Russian Federation, Slovenia, and Switzerland.