GRANT: Monumentality. The Getty Research Institute

GRANT: Monumentality. The Getty Research Institute

The 2018/2019 academic year at the Getty Research Institute will be devoted to MONUMENTALITY.
Monuments and the monumental address fundamental questions of art and architectural history such as size and scale. Applicants are encouraged to address monumentality in all of its distinct forms, as embodied by various cultures and powers throughout history. Research trajectories to consider include the role of monumentality as a tool for nation building, the subversive potential of monument making, and the monumental in buildings, sculptures, installations, murals, and even small-scale objects.
Application deadline: 2 October 2017.
Information on how to apply is available here.

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