HGSCEA at CAA 2017, New York

The HGSCEA panel at the CAA conference, New York 2017, where the theme was Revivalism in Twentieth century Design in Germany, Scandinavia, and Central Europe.From left to right: Paul Stirton (chair), Anni Vartola (Aalto University, Helsinki), Charlotte Ashby (Birkbeck, London), Hedvig Mårdh (Uppsala University, Sweden), Erin Sassin (Middlebury College), Marija Dremaite (Vilnius University, Lithuania), Dragan Damjanović (Zagreb University, Croatia).


HGSCEA at CAA 2017


Historians of German Scandinavian and Central European Art and Architecture (HGSCEA) Sponsored Sessions:

Revivalism in Twentieth-Century Design in Germany, Scandinavia, and Central Europe, Part I
Date and Time: Friday, 02/17/17: 3:30–5:00 PM, Nassau Suite-East/West, 2nd Floor
Chair: Paul Stirton, Bard Graduate Center

Christopher Long (University of Texas at Austin)  Adolf Loos, Oskar Strnad, and the Biedermeier Revival in Vienna

Charlotte Ashby (Birkbeck, University of London) National – Regional – International: The City Halls of Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo

Juliet Kinchin (Museum of Modern Art) The Neo-Baroque, the ‘Folk Baroque’ and Art Deco in Central Europe

Erin Sassin (Middlebury College) The Biedermeier Revival: Artisans, and Ledgenheime

 

Revivalism in Twentieth-Century Design in Germany, Scandinavia, and Central Europe, Part II
Date and Time: Friday, 02/17/17: 5:30–7:00 PM, Nassau Suite-East/West, 2nd Floor
Chair: Paul Stirton, Bard Graduate Center

Room: Nassau Suite East/West, 2nd Floor, New York Hilton Midtown

Dragan Damjanović (University of Zagreb) Neo-Historicism in Croatian Architecture of the first Half of the 20th Century

Marija Dremaite (Vilnius University) The Folklorist Revival within Soviet Modernism in the Baltic Republics in the 1970s

Hedvig Mårdh (Uppsala University) Translating the Gustavian: Heritage Consumption and National Aesthetics in Sweden

Anni Vartola (Aalto University, Finland) Eclectic regression? Revivalist phenomena in postmodern Finnish architecture

 

Other HGSCEA members participating in CAA:

Three members are participating in the session “Reception Studies in Modernism 1: Around the Great War“, Feb.15, 2017 from 10:30am-12:00pm, Petit Trianon, 3rd Floor

Serenity and Somnambulism in Franz Marc’s Portraits of Russi
Jean Marie Carey, University of Otago

“In front of the picture, the spectator must learn how to empathize”: Alfred Döblin Looks at Umberto Boccioni’s Painting in Berlin, 1912
Riccardo Marchi, University of South Florida

A Queer Kirchner at the Guggenheim
James A. van Dyke, University of Missouri

Marsha Morton will be presenting the paper Picturing the Arab Volk: Leopold Karl Müller in Egypt, in the session Hybrid Histories: Case Studies from Egypt Pakistan, and IranSaturday, Feb. 18, 10:30-12:00, Beekman Parlor.
Susan Funkenstein, University of Michigan, will be presenting the paper:
Teaching Histories of Art and Design…. Together, Panel: Pedagogy 1: FundamentalsWednesday, Feb. 15, 8:30 – 10:00 AM, Petit Trianon, 3rd Floor