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Conferences, symposiums, colloquia, book launches

2023

Conference Elisabeta Negrău: Venice or Istanbul? A new perspective on the roots of Brancovan residential architecture, Romanian Academy, 29 November 2023

Critical re-evaluations of Romanian art (the first half of the 20th century), G. Oprescu Institute of Art History, 27 November 2023

Conference Corina Teacă: The image of women in Romanian art of the 19th century, Romanian Academy, 26 October 2023

International conference: Romanian Photography. Local perspectives and European trends, National Library of Romania & G. Oprescu Institute of Art History, 8 June 2023

Conference Virginia Barbu: Barbu Brezianu – contributions to the history of Romanian music, Romanian Academy, 16 June 2023

Researches on Romanian medieval and premodern art, 19th ed., G. Oprescu Institute of Art History & The National Museum of Art of Romania, 20-21 April 2023   

Conference Raluca Partenie: Women's Hats in La Belle Epoque: Beauty and Representation, Romanian Academy, 30 March 2023

Book launchIn honorem Adrian-Silvan Ionescu 70. Colecție de studii și amintiri despre Adrian-Silvan Ionescu, Jockey Club Bucharest, 23 February 2023

Conference George-Andrei Butcă: Conductor George Georgescu – an international career in new documents, Romanian Academy, 23 February 2023

Conference Adrian-Silvan Ionescu: George Catlin: From an Indian tepee to a royal palace, Romanian Academy, 19 January 2023 

G. Oprescu Institute of Art History

 

New book releases

LUCIAN SINIGAGLIA
Universul teatral bucureştean şi politicile culturale după 23 august 1944. Amurgul teatrului burghez. Prin furtunile realismului socialist, Cluj:Presa Universitara Clujeană, 2023, 180 p. + 113 black and white ill.


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Valentina Rusu Ciobanu. Catalog Raisonné, vol. I-II, edited by Victoria Nagy Vajda, with studies by Constantin I. Ciobanu, Codrina-Laura Ioniță, Rodica Ursachi, Mircea V. Ciobanu, București: Arbor Institute for Culture, 2023


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Silvan – un portretist între literații, muzicienii și actorii secolului XX (introduction, chronology and selection of works by Adrian-Silvan Ionescu), Art Museum Craiova, Craiova: Info, 2023


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Art and Society. Art readings 2022 (ed. by Katerina Gadjeva), Sofia: Institute of Art Studies – BAS, 2023, 478 p.



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 Other news 

Due to the  partnership between G. Oprescu Institute of Art History and the National Institute of Heritage, several old issues of the journal Studii și cercetări de istoria artei, series Artă plastică and Teatru, Muzică, Cinematografie, were digitised and made available online. The journal issues are hosted on the "Digital Library of Cultural Publications" (link).

Eduard Andrei and Alina Gherasim

The 2024 Tyler Visiting Fellowship has been awarded to Dr. Eduard Andrei, head of the the Department for Modern Art and Architecture – G. Oprescu Institute of Art History, and to artist Alina Gherasim. The Fellows will develop their project, The woman artist in the communist regime in Romania, represented in the Tyler Collection, and present a research-in-progress seminar and a public lecture at the conclusion of their project.
The Tyler Visiting Fellowship is a biannual scholarship for art historians and artists that funds research fellows within the Tyler Collection/University of Tasmania.
The Tyler Collection of Romanian and Modern Art comprises more than 1500 items - paintings, works on paper, sculptures, ceramics, religious icons, books, catalogues, posters, photographs, research essays and letters. In 2013, the Collection was gifted to the University of Tasmania by Geoffrey and Frances Tyler.

Wednesday meetings

Beginning with September 2011, the G. Oprescu Institute hosts monthly meetings where researchers share with their colleagues various novelties in the field of fine arts, theatre, music or film history.  

WEDNESDAY MEETINGS CALENDAR – 2024

IAH kinema

The project "IAH kinema" started in February 2017. Films of documentary and artistic value, less known to the Romanian public, will be projected occasionally for researchers interested in the history of cinema.   
Venue: G. Oprescu Institute of Art History, 196 Calea Victoriei. 

PROGRAMME 2024

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