Exploring "Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and Atlantic, 1945-1965"

Seminar 25.10.16, 11 am

A collaboration with the Institute for Art History at Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich

For visitors to the exhibition "Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and Atlantic, 1945-1965", students of the Institute for Art History at Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, have organized an art education program related to the show's thematic foci. Particular attention will be given to the postwar period as a global phenomenon. The public seminar will be moderated by Karin Wimmer, research assistant at the Institute for Art History at Ludwig Maximilian University; Sabine Brantl, Curator Archive at Haus der Kunst; and Damian Lentini, Goethe-Institut Research Fellow, at Haus der Kunst.

Dates
25.10.16 – 07.02.17
Tuesdays, 11:15 am – 12:45 pm
There will be no seminar on 01.11.16, 27.12.16, or 03.01.17

Seminar topics
25.10.16: What is Global Art: The end or the diversification of the modern? Introduction to the themes.
08.11.16: The Shock of the Second World War and its Aftermath
15.11.16: Exile and Migration
22.11.16: Abstract Art and a Global Language. Freedom and the Cold War
29.11.16: Realism as a political Phenomenon
06.12.16: The Development of Modernism in Asia
13.12.16: Towards a History of Decolonization: The Art and Culture of Pan-Africanism
20.12.16: Artistic Concepts in the Middle East and North Africa
10.01.17: Concrete Art
17.01.17: Conceptual Art
24.01.17: Performance Art and Happenings
31.01.17: Networking and Communications

Free admission with exhibition entrance ticket

Fateh Al-Moudarres, Untitled, 1962, QM/QF – Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Katar

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