‘Nordic Cosmopolitans’

9am, 8 January 2014, ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark

This workshop brought together academics and curators to discuss the most recent scholarship on art and internationalism in Scandinavia at the ‘long fin de siecle’ (ca. 1870-1920).

Topics ranged from the Pre-Raphaelite influence on Danish painting, to neo-classicism in Finnish architecture, Scandinavian artists in Paris, Scandinavian colonial visual culture, and an inside perspective on the recent exhibition Nordic Art: The Modern Breakthrough (Munich and Groninger, 2012-13).

This workshop was convened by Ingeborg Bugge (Aarhus University, Denmark) and Rosie Ibbotson (University of Canterbury, NZ).

Programme

09.00-09.30:    Registration
9.30-11.00:   Panel 1: Respondent Grace Brockington
  • Lene Østermark-Johansen (University of Copenhagen): Transnational Aestheticism: Richard le Gallienne and the Slott-Møllers at the fin de siècle
  • Charlotte Ashby (Birkbeck College, London): Neo-classicism in Finnish architecture and design 
11.00-11.30:    Coffee
11.30-13.00:    Panel 2: Respondent Rosie Ibbotson
  •  Vibeke Röstorp (PhD, Sorbonne-Paris IV): Cosmopolitanism and the ‘Third Culture’ Scandinavian artists in Paris 1900
  •  Åsa Bharathi Larsson (Uppsala University): Scandinavian colonial visual cultures
13.00-14.30:    Lunch
14.30-16.00: Panel 3: Respondent Ingeborg Bugge
  • David Jackson (University of Leeds), Jan Cox (University of Leeds) and Hannah Heilmann (Copenhagen) on curating the exhibition Nordic Art: The Modern Breakthrough (Munich and Groninger, 2012-13)
16.00-17.00:    Panel 4: Roundtable discussion
17.00:                 Gallery tour
19.30:                 Dinner

 

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