On Friday, 26 February, the international workshop City on the Sea: Diocletian’s Palace, displacement, and space will take place in a digital format.
The editorial board call to submit papers for publishing in the journal Život umjetnosti (108–2021).
This year, the annual Discovering Dalmatia conference will take place virtually, over the course of three days (3 – 5 December 2020).
The Journal of the Institute of Art History (Radovi Instituta za povijest umjetnosti) has been selected for the Web of Science – Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
Institute of Art History is very proud to announce its participation in an international cooperation project financed by the European Union (Creative Europe programme, Culture sub-programme).
The Cvito Fisković Centre in Split CFP within the COST Action People in Motion: Entangled Histories of Displacement across the Mediterranean (1492-1923).
The presentation of the two recently published conference proceedings "Discovering Dalmatia: Dalmatia in Travelogues, Images, and Photographs" (edited by Katrina O’Loughlin, Ana Šverko and Elke Katharina Wittich) & "The Doors of Andrija Buvina in Split Cathedral: 1214-2014" (edited by Joško Belamarić and Guido Tigler) will be held at the Museum of Arts and Crafts (Trg Republike Hrvatske 10, Zagreb), on Thursday, 8 October, at 6 pm.
Sanja Horvatinčić participates at the international seminar „From the Existing to the New Museum Concept: Memorial Museum of the Jasenovac Memorial Site“.
Due to the current epidemiological situation we inform our collegues and visitors that the Institute of Art History is closed to visitors until further notice.
Resarch seminar will be held at the Institute from 20 till 25 January, as part of the Getty Fondation program Connecting Art Histories.
Dr Sanja Horvatinčić is a collaborator at the exhibition „Architecture. Sculpture. Remembrance. The Art of Monuments of Yugoslavia 1945-1991”, as part of the annual event 37th Piran Days of Architecture.
The International Conference „Digital Art History – Methods, Practices, Epistemologies II“ will be available online via SRCE system for webinars.
The participants of the international workshop „Confrotantions: Sessions in East European Art History“, organized by the Institute of Advanced Studies (UCL), visited the Institute of Art History in Zagreb on 20 March 2019. They were hosted and introduced to the activities of the Institute by Ms Sandra Križić Roban, PhD.