Conference participation

  • Bartosch Christina (2017), Propagating Abstraction. Strategies in the Establishment of an Avant-garde, 1908-1915. The case studies of Wassily Kandinsky and Piet Mondrian. MSA 19 (Modernist Studies Association), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 11, 2017.
  • Bartosch Christina & Mulloli Nirmalie (2017), Exhibitions of Modern European Painting 1905-1915. Paul Mellon Center & The Courtauld Institute of Art, “Digital Art History: Practice and Potential”, London, UK, 11. October 2017.
  • Burckhardt Daniel & Mulloli Nirmalie (2017), Exhibition Data First! Revealing Artist’s Networks Through Catalogue Information. The FWF Project “Exhibitions of Modern European Painting 1905-1915”.¬†Digital Humanities Austria 2017,¬†“Data First?! Die 4. Digital Humanities Konferenz”,¬†Innsbruck, Austria, 05. December 2017.
  • Bartosch Christina (2018), Exhibitions of Modern European Painting 1905-1915. DArtHistory Austria, “10. Vernetzungstreffen”, Vienna, Austria, 18. April 2018.
  • Bartosch Christina & Burckhardt Daniel (2018), From Catalogues to Data Sets: Analyzing and Visualizing Modern Art Exhibitions (1905-1915). Department of Art History, University of Vienna, “Workshop: Exhibition Databases”, Vienna, Austria, 15. June 2018.
  • Bartosch Christina (2018), Exhibitions of Modern European Painting 1905-1915 – Art Market Aspects. Department of Art History, University of Cologne, Symposium “Mapping the Art Market”, Cologne, Germany, 22. June 2018.