Visit MoDe(s) Library! Conceived both as a working tool and an open window on the group’s ongoing research, it presents a selection of publications around issues like modernity, post-colonial thinking, Cold War history, art and politics.
The University of Barcelona, Saint Louis University (Madrid) and the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid organize a doctoral seminar/workshop at the University of Barcelona (8-9 September). This academic event has been planned to coincide with an international conference at the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid (5-7 September) (http://www.museoreinasofia.es/en/activities/cold-atlantic). Both seminar and conference are part of an … Continue reading Cold Atlantic Doctoral Seminar
This project is made possible through support from the Terra Foundation for American Art The international conference Cold Atlantic seeks to highlight the transatlantic exchanges between North America, Europe, Africa and Latin America bringing into the fore other hubs of artistic exchange and influence, aiming not just to de-center the (still … Continue reading Cold Atlantic International Conference
Have a check at our Multimedia section! Among the research tools offered by MoDe(s), this section offers audio files of lectures and debates that took place in the framework of MoDe(s)’ Activities. Available now, the keynote lecture by Prof. Jonathan Harris and the lectures by Paula Barreiro López, Fabiola Martínez, Jaime Vindel and Laia Manonelles, presented in the framework … Continue reading New: MoDe(s) Multimedia Archive
The University of Barcelona, Saint Louis University (Madrid) and the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid invite doctoral students in art history or related disciplines to participate in a doctoral seminar/workshop Cold Atlantic. Cultural War, Dissident Artistic Practices, Networks and Contact Zones at the Time of the Iron Curtain.
Fabiola Martínez co-organizes the Panel Without Borders: The Promise and Pitfalls of Inter-American Art History at the Annual Conference of the CAA in Washington DC. Participants include Fabiana Serviddio.
The international conference Cold Atlantic seeks to highlight the transatlantic exchanges between North America, Europe, Africa and Latin America bringing into the fore other hubs of artistic exchange and influence, aiming not just to de-center the Paris-New York axis, but also to foster a discussion that gives a voice to cultural expressions that were generated outside the official power structures.
The sound recording of the seminar “Politics of the (non-)image. Photography and Political Violence” (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and Museo Reina Sofia, 10-11 December 2015) are now available in our multimedia section.
The sound recording of the seminar “Artistic practices and models of political resistance” (Universitat de Barcelona, 18 November 2015) are now available in our multimedia section.