New issue of AM Journal of Art and Media Studies published by the Faculty of Media and Communications in Belgrade

The 28th volume of the AM Journal of Art and Media Studies published by the Faculty of Media and Communication of the University of Singidudunum in Belgrade has been published. Theme of the issue – Rare, bound, cheap, inserted – the evolution of photography books. The editor of this edition is Ph.D. Sandra Križić Roban.   From the editorial: The history of photobooks is closely linked to the history of

Formats of (Non)Seeing – book of abstracts

The conference  Formats of (Non)Seeing, organised by Institute of Art History, will take place in Split, October 27 – 29, in the conference hall at the Hotel Cornaro, Sinjska 6.     Registration and welcome:  Thursday, 27. 10. 2022, 9:00.  If you want to follow the conference online, please send your request to Ana Ćurić   Please find a detailed programme with abstracts here: FoNS web   We are

Programme of the conference Formats of (Non)Seeing

Programme of the conference Formats of (Non)Seeing, organised by Institute of Art History, which will take place  in Split, October 27 – 29, in the conference hall at the Cornaro hotel:   Thursday, 27. 10. 2022   9:00 Welcome Session 1, 9:30 – 10:50 Curatorial Narratives and Life as Photographic Phenomenon chair: Sandra Križić Roban Alice Haddad Landscape Inventory Vs. Collection: The Photography Commission of the Flemish Government Architect on

Ph.D. Costanza Caraffa – guest lecturer

Costanza Caraffa, Ph.D., will be a special guest of the second scientific colloquium, which will take place at the Institute of Art History on June 2, 2022 as part of the projects activities. On that occasion, she will hold consultations with team members regarding their research. In addition, she will visit the phototheque of the Institute and give a lecture under the title “Curating the photographic archive. Artistic projects at the

CALL FOR PAPERS – Formats of (Non)Seeing

Split, 27th – 29th October 2022   Formats of (Non)Seeing   [Photographic] “Images are significant surfaces. Images signify – mainly – something “out there” in space and time that they have to make comprehensible to us as abstractions (as reductions of the four dimensions of space and time to the two surface dimensions).” V. Flusser, 2007 After its appearance in 1839, photography quickly became a participant, witness and chronicler of

Photography – practice and medium of documentation and cultural-analytical thinking

RESEARCH PROJECT 6. PAZI ŠTO JEDEŠ LABORATORIJ, April 4 – 8, 2022, University of Zadar STUDENT RESTAURANTS: EXPERIENCES, MEMORIES, VIEWS, AND OPPORTUNITIES Pazi šo jedeš Laboratorij (PŠJ LAB) brings together students of ethnology and cultural anthropology from the University of Zagreb and the University of Zadar, conducts field research on traditional and modern nutrition, and encourages approaches, techniques, and methods of visual ethnography. The project is taking place for the

AM Journal of Art and Media Studies – Call for papers

The Editorial Board of AM Journal of Art and Media Studies is inviting all potential contributors to send their proposals for issue No.28/September 2022. AM Journal is structured in four sections: Main Topic, Beyond the Main Topic, Artist Portfolio, and Book Reviews. Only the first section, which is also the central one, is predefined by the main topic of the issue. The main topic of issue No.28/September 2021 is Rare, bound, cheap, inserted – the evolution of photobooks. The history of

Stella Fatović-Ferenčić and Martin Kuhar presenting their paper at the international conference in Prague

The conference Photo Albums’ Twisted Meanings: Between Nostalgia and Trauma, organized by the Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences and DOX – Centre for Contemporary Art, will be held in Prague, Czech Republic in hybrid format on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 November, 2021. One of the main aims of the workshop is to discuss and highlight obscure, forgotten albums reflecting traumatic or forgotten chapters in

Bringing down the ‘Archive Fever’ conference program

International conference Bringing down the Archive Fever will take place from 20 to 22 October, 2021 at Urania (Trg E. Kvaternika 3/3, Zagreb) and online via Zoom. The conference is organized by the Institute of Art History and is part of the project The Cycle: European Training in Photographic Legacy Management (2020 – 2022), financed by the European Union (Creative Europe programme).   Photography archives are more than just collecting,

Keynote lecture given by Leonida Kovač

Leonida Kovač held a keynote lecture on 3 September, 2021, titled “Nasta Rojc: Subversion of Normative Heterosexuality”. The lecture was introduction to the international conference Not Yet Written Stories in Warsaw. Nasta Rojc (1883 – 1964) was a Croatian artist who in the period from 1908 to 1925 painted a number of self-portraits in which she practiced subversion of gender, or more precisely normative heterosexuality. In 1914 she painted drag