METROMOD marks out a unique and unconventional map of life and work in exile metropolises in the first half of the 20th century: New York, Buenos Aires, London, Istanbul, Bombay (now Mumbai) and Shanghai. The project refers to urban topographies, inner-city districts, outlying suburbs and streets, to places where interactions took place, but also to the venues used for exhibitions and collaborative projects.more
MUNTREF-Museum of Immigration and Center for Contemporary Art
Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, 14.05. – 04.06.2019
New Perspectives on Modern Art and the Canon of Art History
Tuesdays, 19 o’clock
My discovery tour through New York continued on a sunny Saturday in August [read part 1 here]. I got up very early to get the first ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. On various blogs as well as on the homepage of the Statue Cruises it was advised to go to the islands as early as possible in the summer months in order to avoid long waiting times.
The spring issue of „Fotogeschichte“ has just been published. It was edited by Burcu Dogramaci and Helene Roth.
Following the footsteps of the exiled artists Hilde Holger and Charles Petras to the Queen’s Group of Friends
Vienna > Bombay > London. An expressionist dancer’s route through exile.
A network of artists and intellectuals meets in Victoria Ocampo’s country house
A narrative of two contrasting hotels juxtaposed in Bombay emerges at the Tata Central Archives.
Deadline: 15 April 2019
Place: Paris, Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte…
Two thoroughly productive and enjoyable days spent discussing the nexus of displacement, artistic production and urban environments with scholars from around the world.
Metromod’s first international conference…