The 2014 IAAH/Artefact Study Day was held on Saturday, 12 April at the National Gallery of Ireland.
Study Day Participants:
- Dr Sinéad Furlong-Clancy –Fashion and the Painting of Parisian Modernity: New Academic and Curatorial Perspectives
- Anusia Grennell –The Designer-Agent: Jan van Toorn at Van Abbemuseum, 1964-1973
- Robin Fuller – Lissitzky’s Ambiguous Spaces
- Małgorzata Dynak – Saint Demetrius’ Equestrian Iconography and the Icons from the Natasha Allen Collection (NGI)
- Padraig Edwards – Italian Form, Irish Function: An Analysis of the Fresco Cycle Decorating the Interior of the Aula Teologica in the Franciscan Convent of San Isidoro, Rome
- Emer Lynch – The Production of Irish Penal Crucifixes: Commodity or Concealment?
- Dr Louise Kelly – Pieter Codde and his manipulation of the 17thCentury Amsterdam Art Market
- Aleksandra Jaśniewicz – Beyond the Courtier`s Mask: Portraits in Gdańsk in the 2nd half of the 17th Century
- Michael O’Sullivan – A Formal Seventeenth-Century Elite Garden at Doneraile, Co. Cork
- Bengü Aydin – Turkish Artists in the Quest of “New Art”: The Repercussions of Modernism in the Nation-Building Process of the 1930s with a Comparative Perspective to European and non-European Modernists
- Seana Farrington – Turning Information into Data: Taking the Bantry Papers Archive Online
- Alexandra Murphy – Artist/Administrator/Entrepreneur: Individual Roles and Organisational Forms in Irish Artist-Run Galleries
- Kathryn O’Regan – ‘The Highly Significant Fragment’: Allegory, Enigma and Politics in Rosemarie Trockel’s Collages since 2004