Mediterranean Art Histories, the Balearic Islands, California, and Beyond. Reflections on Art, Space, Mobility 2009–2016

organized by Hannah Baader, Avinoam Shalem and Gerhard Wolf in collaboration with Sean Nelson and Elena Paulino Montero

With the participation of Hiba Abid (Paris), Linda Bàez Rubi (Mexico City), Doron Bauer (Tallahassee), Filiz Çakir Phillip (Toronto), Miquel Àngel Capellà Galmés (Palma), Ashley Jones (Gainesville), Antònia Juan Vicens (Palma), Corisande Fenwick (London), Mercè Gambús (Palma), Paolo Girardelli (Istanbul), Irene Giviashvili (Tbilisi), Galia Halpern (New York), Emanuele Lugli (York), Elena Paulino Montero (Florence), Sean Nelson (Florence), Magdalena Riera (Palma), Tina Sabater (Palma), Pushkar Sohoni (Philadelphia)



27 November 2016
The Art, Space, Mobility in Early Ages of Globalization Seminar

09:00 am–10:00 am
Welcome and Introduction
Part I: Mediterranean Art Histories and the Baleraric Islands

The Balearics and Interconnectivity: Setting Up the Parameters (Doron Bauer)

10:30 am–01:00 pm
Part II: A Critical Reassessment

Introduction (ASM Directors Hannah Baader, Avinoam Shalem, Gerhard Wolf)
Participants present 5-10 minute critical reflection on the impact of ASM on their current/past work 
(Pushkar Sohoni, Elena Paulino Montero, Emanuele Lugli, Filiz Cakir Phillip, Ashley Jones, Hiba Abid, Irene Giviashvili, Corisande Fenwick, Galia Halpern, Sean Nelson)

  • Discussion with participants of the merits and outcomes of ASM
  • Group discussion of future trajectories of ASM as research model and implications writ large

27 – 29 November 2016

Archivo del Reino de Mallorca

Carrer de Ramon Llull, 3
07001 Palma


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