A set of lectures which presents the results of the research Spanish Architecture in International Media: Publications, Exhibitions, Congresses (first part: 1939-1975).
This journal is not allied with any specific school of thinking or cultural tradition; instead, it encourages dialogue between ideas and people with different points of view.
Architectural Theory Review (vol. 26, no. 2). Cosmopolitanism’s Others: Forgotten Histories of Transnational Architectural Practice
What is at stake here is not merely the inclusion of more actors and organizations, or to expand current narratives; rather, we are concerned with how the inclusion of these actors and organizations would lead us to understand the variegated forms of transnational architectural practice and differentiated politics of cosmopolitanism.
The aim is not to refer so much to examples that are well known in artistic literature as to monographs of case studies and theoretical essays that explore the origin and paradox of architecture as copy or invention using systems of replica or duplication, at the same time challenging concepts surrounding originality, authorship, completeness and memory.
Boston University’s Department of History of Art & Architecture invites applications and nominations for a renewable four-year tenure-track position, beginning AY 2022–2023, as assistant professor of Global Modern and Contemporary Architecture, with a geographic focus in one or more regions of Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia.
Xenakis Studies is increasingly in dialogue with fields such as new media art, sound studies, performance studies, politics, ecology, parametric design in architecture, or sound art.
The 8th Forum of Architectural Science will examine the power of sources in thematic aspects of Agency and Politics, Canon and Episteme, Materiality and Mediality, and Reception and Production.
How ‘Byzantine’ was the Eighteenth century? New insights on the Christian Orthodox art and architecture of the late Ottoman Empire
This session seeks papers that investigate the evolution of the artistic and architectural expression of Eastern Orthodoxy in the long eighteenth century.
The view from the car changed architecture fundamentally. The exhibition aims to render explicit the impact of the car on the way we perceive architecture and the city.
Following on the conference “Building the Presence of the Prince” held in Utrecht in November of 2019, this international symposium aims to reunite experts from different historiographical fields (History, Art History, Architectural History and Political Thought), with the objective of developing a comparative analysis on the way royal spaces were maintained from a transnational and diachronic (14th–19th century) perspective.
Knowledge, Interpretations and Dissemination: Circulations in Mediterranean Architectural Culture between XVII and XVIII Centuries
This conference aims to investigate the circulation, dissemination, and appropriation of architectural novelties of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, placing relations with Italy at the centre of attention and broadening the gaze over the entire Mediterranean.
The Mausoleum’s invisibility entails that it is not the monument itself that will be investigated here, but rather the ensemble of texts, images and architectural projects referring to this central but unknowable model.