Cambridge-Columbia Graduate Student Symposium 2016

Reception as Creation, Interpretation, Transformation

Columbia University 
Friday, April 8, 2016 
Department of Art History and Archaeology
612 Schermerhorn Hall

 

SESSION 1

9:00-10:30

Lindsay Cook
Citations of Notre-Dame of Paris in the "magnificent debris" of Saint-Mathurin of Larchant

Taylor McCall
Invention and Replication: Artistic Agency in Medieval Anatomical Diagrams

Angelica Federici
Nigra Sum, The Curious Incident Of Black Virgins In Medieval Europe

 

10:30-10:45 Coffee Break

 

SESSION 2

10:45-12:00

Amy Chang
The Unknown and the Illegible: Apotropaic Readings of Pseudo-Arabic in 14th-c. Mudéjar Ceramics

David Zagoury
Expanding the Beholder's Share: Creative Reception in Cinquecento Art Theory

Hwanhee Suh
Imperial Favor and Pictorial Fame: The Wanluan Thatched Hall by Dong Qichang and its Place in Chinese Painting

 

12:00-1:30 Lunch Break

 

SESSION 3

1:30-2:45

Margot Bernstein
Pierre-Antoine Baudouin: Moving the Jury through Motif and Materiality

Julien Domercq
Collecting the Pacific: Contrasting Early Receptions of Polynesian Art in Britain from Joseph Banks's Collection and the Holophusicon to the London Missionary Society Museum, circa 1770-1830

Tom Young
'A picture of unity and friendship with the pen of charm': Portraiture and Anglo-Sikh Diplomacy 1799-1839

 

2:45-3:00 Coffee Break

 

SESSION 4

3:00-4:30

Neylan Bağcıoğlu
Representing the Struggle in Women and Work: A Document on the Division of Labour in Industry 1973-75

Matthew Teti
King of the Avant-Garde: Chris Burden Responds to His Critics

Nina Horisaki-Christens
Yamaguchi Katsuhiro's Contingent Art: Video and Futeikei bijutsu