In the ‘Gothic Modern’ frame … bold insights into art, cultural encounter and memory-making – discover Gothic afterlives; Gothic cultural identities on the move … Gothic visual cultures as national belonging; uncanny artistic doubles … rooted and migrating communities … new angles on Gothic modern Nordic noir, and MORE — destination Rijksmuseum, 29-30 June… Be part of it!
Don’t miss this fantastic event. If you’re unable to make it, keep an eye on http://www.gothicmodernisms.wordpress.com for upcoming networks/publications.
Upcoming Gothic Modernisms conference, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Don’t miss out on the latest… Gothic panic and play in architecture, uncanny interiors, revivals and alterities, neo-Gothic cathedrals in SE Asia, reimagined nationalisms, Nordic heritage expeditions, Gothic passion; disruptive spectral identities, Motor-Flight, Virgin-Dynamos and travelling Gothics; avant-gardes in war-time, and more…
29/30 June 2017 – don’t miss out: book now!
Are you visiting Amsterdam 29/30 June? If you’re looking for an exciting cultural event, here is Gothic Modernisms – an EXCITING 2-day international conference at the Rijksmuseum. All welcome! A fantastic student discount is available and conference fee includes museum entry, great speakers, masterclass and refreshments with a closing drinks reception at the Van Gogh Museum. […]
Please see attached programme and registration details for this exciting event organized by Professor Juliet Simpson (Coventry University) and Dr Tessel M. Bauduin (University of Amsterdam), in collaboration with the Rijkmuseum Museum, Amsterdam.
A very interesting article by Marisa Bate: https://www.the-pool.com/news-views/opinion/2017/16/marisa-bate-bp-portrait-award
Here’s a downloadable handout for my presentation on the Christies New York panel.
Please see attached Call for Papers (Conference and Publication). Please contact me for further details:
I am currently researching New York, Middle East and German art markets for my forthcoming monograph with I.B. Tauris (2018): Women Can’t Paint: Gender, the Glass Ceiling and Values in Contemporary Art.
I am speaking at this year’s annual Association of Art Historians conference (April 2017). My paper is titled ‘Female Patrons in a Masculine Economy: The Decreasing Visibility of Women Artists on the UK Market’. This was selected by the Director of Christies New York for the panel Gendering Patronage: Women Artists and the Contemporary Art Market. Please contact for further details or an abstract.