Art History on the Disciplinary Map in East-Central Europe

November 18–19, 2010

Brno, Czech Republic

The second seminar in the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute’s East-Central Europe Seminar Series, Unfolding Narratives: Art Histories in East-Central Europe after 1989, took place in the region between 2010 and 2011. This series is an international initiative of the Research and Academic Program at the Clark, and was made possible by a generous grant from the Andrew. W. Mellon Foundation, with additional support from the Getty Foundation’s Connecting Art Histories initiative. Regional partners for this seminar were Masaryk University and the Moravian Gallery, Brno.

Participants included


Edit AndrasIndependent Art Critic, Hungary
Louisa AvgitaCity University London, UK
Zdenka BadovinacMuseum of Modern Art, Ljubljana, Slovenia
David BarešCity Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
Anna BrzyskiUniversity of Kentucky
Karel CísarAcademy of Arts, Architecture and Design, Prague, Czech Republic
Eva ForgacsArt Center College of Design, Pasadena
Maja and Reuben FowkesTranslocal, London, UK
Martin HorácekUniversity of Technology, Brno
Ladislav KesnerMasaryk University Brno, Czech Republic
Kristra KodresEstonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn, Estonia
Anna ManickaMuzeum Narodowe, Warsaw, Poland
Steven MansbachUniversity of Maryland
Juliana Maxim, University of San Diego
Pavlína MorganováAcademy of Fine Arts, Prague, Czech Republic
Magdalena MoscalewiczUniversity of Poznan, Poland
Keith MoxeyBarnard College and Columbia University
Christopher NaeGeorge Enescu University of Arts, Lasi, Romania
Mária OriškováUniversity of Trnava, Slovakia
Anca OroveanuNew Europe College, Bucharest, Romania
Almira OusmanovaEuropean Humanities University, Vilnius, Lithuania
Piotr PiotrowskiMuzeum Narodowe, Warsaw, Poland
Kelly PresuttiJ. Paul Getty Foundation
Sven SpiekerUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Matthew WitkovskyThe School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Beat WyssStaatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe, Germany