Past Activities - 2020

Call for Applications - Ernst Herzfeld Award

for Master Theses in Islamic Art History and Archaeology Deadline March 1, 2020

Art et architecture, société et identité en Turquie Ottomane, Iran Safavide et Inde Moghole

New Spring semester Seminar given by Negar Habibi at the University of Geneva

Call for papers - InteraXXIons scientific review

Issue 1, "L'esprit des révolutions dans le monde", USJ Press - application close on May 1st, 2020

Research Grants - Art History in Palestine from the 19th Century until late 20th Century (1990s) and its discourses

The Palestinian Museum - Application close on 15th May 2020

Artl@s Bulletin, vol. 9/1 (2020) “'Other Modernities': Art, Visual Culture and Patrimony Outside the West"

Edited by Silvia Naef, Irene Maffi, and Wendy Shaw

Painting and Sculpting the Nation: Pioneers of the Renaissance of Fine Arts and Applied Arts in Egypt 1908-1938

by Nadia Radwan

Luminosity of the East. Materiality, Provenance and Reception of Islamic Coloured Glass Windows in the West

SNSF research project initiated by Francine Giese

Al Hayat – La Maison des Vivants

Roundtable & Exhibition with Leïla El-Wakil, Nadia Radwan and Estelle Sohier - 17 September 2020 - Vevey

Geometry and Colour: Decoding the Arts of Islam in the West 1880–1945

Symposium, 11–12 September 2020, Zurich

L'Occident, l'occidentalisme et l'art occidentalisant : un regard persan vers l'autrui

Conference by Negar Habibi, University of Geneva

Adel Abdessemed "Description of a Struggle"

Exhibition, Wilde Gallery, Geneva

Kader Attia, "Remembering the Future"

Exhibition, Kunsthaus, Zürich

A Photographic Odyssey. Fred Boissonnas and the Mediterranean

Exhibition curated by Estelle Sohier, Rath Museum, Geneva

The Afterlives of Past Disquiet

Webinar by Daniel Berndt, Iris Fraueneder and Bruno Heller

Call for Proposals - Manazir Journal vol. 3

"Reclaiming Art in Urban Public Space in the MENA Region" ed. by Marie Bonte & Marion Slitine

The Contemporary Art Scene in Syria: Social Critique and an Artistic Movement

by Charlotte Bank