Art, Life and Place: Looking at European Transnational Exchange in the Long 19th Century
Venue: Ateneum Art Museum, Kaivokatu 2, Helsinki, Finland
The conference ‘Art, Life and Place: Looking at European Transnational Exchange in the Long 19th Century’ marks the culmination of a series of international conferences that began in 2009 and have been held in Helsinki, Oslo, Krakow and Edinburgh. The theme of the 6th European Revivals conference focuses on the importance of place in the context of artistic life and practice, including artists’ communities, geographical environments, social spaces and studio contexts during the period from the 1870s to the 1930s. The conference is organised by the Finnish National Gallery.
The conference programme includes an excursion to the artists’ houses by Lake Tuusula. Keynote speeches by Patricia Berman and Murdo MacDonald.
Registration is open until 7 January 2020. Download a pdf for full programme and information about registration: european_revivals_programme