Due to the current condition of our premises after the earthquake, the Institute of Art History remains closed to all users and visitors.
Lectures within Getty seminar on Gender Politics and Arts will be held at the Center for Women's Studies on Wednesday, January 22.
Ljiljana Kolešnik and Sanja Horvatinčić are part of the seminar under program Connecting Art Histories led by Getty Foundation.
Exhibition will remain open from 29 October do 24 November 2019 at the Museum of Arts and Crafts.
Conferene will be held on 4th and 5th November 2019 at SRCE – University of Zagreb, University Computing Centre (Josipa Marohnića 5, Zagreb).
The editorial board invites all interested authors to submit scientific papers for publishing in the journal Život umjetnosti (106-2020).
Seminar is held on 18 – 19 October 2019 in Pula and Vodnjan.
Due to the current epidemiological situation we inform our collegues and visitors that the Institute of Art History is closed to visitors until further notice.
Resarch seminar will be held at the Institute from 20 till 25 January, as part of the Getty Fondation program Connecting Art Histories.
Dr Sanja Horvatinčić is a collaborator at the exhibition „Architecture. Sculpture. Remembrance. The Art of Monuments of Yugoslavia 1945-1991”, as part of the annual event 37th Piran Days of Architecture.
The International Conference „Digital Art History – Methods, Practices, Epistemologies II“ will be available online via SRCE system for webinars.
The participants of the international workshop „Confrotantions: Sessions in East European Art History“, organized by the Institute of Advanced Studies (UCL), visited the Institute of Art History in Zagreb on 20 March 2019. They were hosted and introduced to the activities of the Institute by Ms Sandra Križić Roban, PhD.
Sandra Križić Roban, PhD, is attending an international conference held on Cyprus from 22 to 24 November 2018.