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Galerie Colbert, Auditorium et Salle Vasari 2, rue Vivienne ou 6, rue des Petits-Champs 75002 Paris Mtro : Bourse ou Palais

Royal muse du Louvre

Arthur Rothstein, Cowboy with amateur movie camera, Quarter Circle U roundup, Montana, 1939. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, FSA-OWI Collection [LC-USF33-003217-M1 DLC (b&w lm nitrate neg.)].

Institut national dhistoire de lart

Organisation :

Dr Jason E. Hill (INHA) et Dr Elisa Schaar (The Courtauld Institute of Art) Le colloque, organis sous lgide de la Terra Foundation for American Art, est co-parrain par lInstitut national dhistoire de lart et The Courtauld Institute of Art, en partenariat avec lcole normale suprieure, luniversit Paris-Ouest Nanterre La Dfense et luniversit Franois-Rabelais de Tours.

Avec la participation de :

James Boaden (University of York), Jean-Loup Bourget (cole normale suprieure, Paris), Franois Brunet (Universit Paris Diderot Paris 7), Annie Claustres (Institut national dhistoire de lart, Paris), Christian Delage (Universit Paris 8), Molly Donovan (National Gallery of Art, Washington), Sara Doris (Northeastern University, Boston), John Fagg (University of Birmingham), Ursula Frohne (Universitt zu Kln), Kristen Gresh (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), Andr Gunthert (cole des hautes tudes en sciences sociales, Paris), Juan Carlos Kase (University of North Carolina, Wilmington), Jason LaFountain (Harvard University), Sgolne Le Men (Universit Paris Ouest Nanterre La Dfense), Filip Lipinski (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan), Michael Lobel (Purchase College, State University of New York), Nenette Luarca-Shoaf (University of Delaware), Richard Meyer (University of Southern California), Jorge Ribalta (Museu dArt Contemporani de Barcelona), Stephanie Schwartz (University College, London), Maria Slowinska (Freie Universitt, Berlin).

Ce colloque international examinera les interactions dynamiques entre les beaux arts et les mdias tout au long de lhistoire de lart amricain. Lexposition Warhol : Headlines prsente en avant premire la National Gallery de Washington en automne 2011 explore dune faon systmatique lintrt que lartiste amricain portait la culture visuelle du journalisme. Protant de cette occasion, notre programme a pour but danalyser des correspondances ou des tensions qui apparaissent quand des frontires interdisciplinaires ayant fractur ltude des beaux-arts et des mdia sont mises, ne serait ce que temporairement, de ct. Les interventions prsenteront la recherche actuelle sur les moments dintersections entre les beaux-arts et la culture des mdias dans ses diverses modalits technologiques et historiques, des premires presses du XVIe sicle aux rseaux sociaux daujourdhui, en passant par les panoramas peints du XIXe sicle et le cinma exprimental des annes soixante. This two-day international symposium considers the dynamic interplay of the ne arts and the technologies and structures of the mass media across the long narrative of American art history. Taking as an occasion the Warhol: Headlines travelling exhibition that premiered at the National Gallery of Art in Washington in the autumn of 2011 and that systematically explored Andy Warhols artistic preoccupation with the visual culture of journalism, our program aims to grant visibility to the exciting correspondences or tensions that emerge when such disciplinary boundaries as have fractured the study of the ne arts and more instrumental communicative media are, even if only temporarily, set aside. The spectrum of research encompasses moments of intersection between ne arts discourse and the various technological and historically specic modalities of mass media culture from the sixteenth-century printing press and the nineteenth-century panorama to the experimental cinema of the sixties and our present social media sphere.

AMERICAN ART AND THE MASS MEDIA


MERCREDI 2 ET JEUDI 3 MAI 2012 INSTITUT NATIONAL DHISTOIRE DE LART (INHA)

Entre libre dans la limite des places disponibles. Open to all, free admission.

MERCREDI 2 MAI, AUDITORIUM


10.00 10.30 11.00
Coffee at Salle Aby Warburg Welcome and introductory remarks by Jason E. Hill, Elisa Schaar, Veerle Thielemans and Sgolne Le Men (Universit Paris X Nanterre)

JEUDI 3 MAI, SALLE VASARI


10.30 11.00 11.15
Coffee outside Salle Giorgio Vasari Welcome introductory remarks by Jason E. Hill, Elisa Schaar and Jean-Loup Bourget (cole normale suprieure)

Stop Press
Molly Donovan (National Gallery of Art, Washington): Warhols Headlines: Social Consciousness Like you Read About Jason LaFountain (Harvard University): Inc.: the Art of Living, Print Media and the Puritans John Fagg (University of Birmingham): a clean sweep of the truck: Clutter and Commercial Illustration

Jacks of All Trades


Michael Lobel (Purchase College, State University of New York): John Sloan: Between Art and Illustration Sara Doris (Northeastern University, Boston): Media/Art: McLuhan and Warhol in the 1960s Stephanie Schwartz (University College, London): Film Stills: Paul Strand and the Invention of Documentary Film

12.30 12.45

Break

12.45 2.00

Lunch

In the Loop
Filip Lipinski (Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan): The Virtual Hopper. Nighthawks Between Dissemination and Desire Annie Claustres (Institut national dhistoire de lart): La mdiatisation de lobjet manufactur dans les annes 1980

Show Business
James Boaden (University of York): Parker Tyler, Myra Breckinridge, and Queer Surreal Fandom Richard Meyer (University of Southern California): Photography is Elastic: Weegees Cock-Eyed View of Hollywood

1.45 3.00

Lunch

3.00 3.15

Break

On Location
Maria Slowinska (Freie Universitt, Berlin): Negotiating the Materiality of Site: Prada Marfa Nenette Luarca-Shoaf (University of Delaware): Intermedial Encounters with the Mississippi River, ca. 1850

MoMA and Media


Kristen Gresh (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston): New(s) Pictures on the Walls of the MoMA at Mid-Century Franois Brunet (Universit Paris Diderot): Photography in 1938: Tafts American scene vs. Newhalls medium Ursula Frohne (University of Cologne): The impact of INFORMATION: American Art in Competition with New Media Culture

4.00 4.30

Tea

Intermedia
Juan Carlos Kase (University of North Carolina, Wilmington): The Content of Any Medium Is Always Another Medium: Experimental Cinema and the Televisual Mosaics of Paik, Yalkut, and Warhol Christian Delage (Universit Paris 8): Jason Moran in the Mind of Thelonious Monk: a multimedia experiment involving narration, graphic art, video, and still photography

4.45 5.15

Tea

Trafc
Jorge Ribalta (Museu dArt Contemporani de Barcelona): Public photographic spheres Andr Gunthert (Lcole des hautes tudes en sciences sociales, Paris): The Work of Art in the Age of Digital Appropriation

6.00

Reception at Institut national dhistoire de lart, Salle Aby Warburg

6.15 6.30

Closing discussion Closing reception at Terra Foundation for American Art Europe, 29 Rue des Pyramides