Conference: Mobility of Artists in Central and Eastern Europe Between 1500-1900 (TU, Berlin; 14-15 Apr 2015)

TU Berlin, 14. - 15.04.2015
Registration deadline: Apr 13, 2015

TU Berlin, main building, Straße des 17. Juni 135, 10623 Berlin, Room H 2036/2037

Program of the first Workshop within the scholarship-program: “Mobility of Artists in Middle and Eastern Europe between 1500 and 1900”

Generously sponsored by German-Polish Science Foundation, the “Mobility of Artists in Central and Eastern Europe 1500-1900”-program allows ten scholars from 6 countries a three-month research stay at the TU Berlin and the Jagiellon University in Krakow. Within this framework the junior scholars will have the opportunity to make use of the collections of the archives and libraries in Berlin and Krakow. Moreover, they will make contacts and exchange with each other and invited experts on their projects and research methods. The first Workshop serves as kick-off where the scholars can present their projects. The key lectures highlight current research perspectives on migration studies.

Free-entrance. Please register for attendance at the forenoon-program. For the key lectures all interested persons are welcome without registration. Please note that the number of places is limited. Presentations and lectures are held in German and English. Mail for the registration to the forenoon-program on both days:


Tuesday, 14.04.2015

9:30 Opening and greetings

10:00 Round of introductions

10:30 Joanna Izabela Formella: “Das Czatoryski-Museum und die Vorgängerbauten Sybillentempel und Gotisches Haus zwischen 1795-1918”

11:00 Break

11:30 Dr. Galina Mardilovich: “”The Independant Goddess”: Russian Printmaking in the Ninteenth Century”

12:00 Jan Zachariáš: “Russian Landscape Painters Mobility in Central Europe in 1850-1900”

12:30 Lunch break

14:00 Dr. Maria Nitka: “Das römische Atelier des Malers Tadeus Kuntze als Treffpunkt für Maler aus Mitteleuropa”

14:30 Guillaume Nicoud: “The Quite Unknown Stay of Horace Vernet in Berlin (1838)”

18:00 Key lecture by Prof. Dr. Burcu Dogramaci (LMU München): “Kunstgeschichte in Bewegung. Überlegungen zu einem migratory turn”

Wednesday, 15.04.2015

09:45 Welcome and short introduction

10:00 Joanna Szechlicka: “The great palaces and parks of XVIIth and XVIIIth century in Warmia and Masuria region and their regeneration”

10:30 Adam Németh: “Isidore Ganneval: from Neoclassicism to Kameralbau”

11:00 Break

11:30 Dr. Katrin Dyballa: “Gregor Pencz zwischen Nürnberg, Krakau und Königsberg”

12:00 Masza Sitek: “Hans Süss von Kulmbach and the Milieu of the Jagiellonian Court in Krakow”

12:30 Lunch break

14:00 Agnieszka Patała: “Artistic Exchange between Silesia and Nuremberg in the first half of the 16th century”

14:30 final panel discussion

18:00 Key lecture by Prof. Dr. Jochen Oltmer (Universität Osnabrück): “Migrationsregime: Idee, Konzept und Programm”

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