Migrants : art, artists, materials and ideas crossing borders / edited by Lucy Wrapson, Victoria Sutcliffe, Sally Woodcock and Spike Bucklow.
- Cambridge : Archetype Publications in association with the Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge, 2019.
- Physical Description:
- xi, 230 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits, maps ; 30 cm
- Reference LibraryN72.S6 M54 2019 (LC) OversizeAccessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Proceedings of a conference organized by the ICOM Art Technological Source Research Working Group in Cambridge on 15-16 November 2018 -- page vii.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Subject Terms:
- Art objects -- Conservation and restoration.Assimilation (Sociology) -- In art.Cultural property -- Protection -- Congresses.Emigration and immigration in art -- Congresses.Ethnology -- In art.Material culture -- Congresses.
- Art and Artists: Part production of 'Hanseatic' alterpieces in late medieval Scandinavian diaspora communities / Kristin Kausland
- Daniël van den Queborn, painter to the House of Orange and its English allies in the Netherlands / Edward Town and Jessica David
- Italian artisans of marble mosaic in the United Kingdom: migrants as conveyors of skills and knowledge from a transnational perspective / Javier P. Grossutti
- The migration of Concretist thought between Latin America and Europe: Max Bill, Kázmér Fejér, Tomás Maldonado and Georges Vantongerloo / Pia Gottschaller
- Conservators and Conservation: Waxing enthusiastic: transmission and migration of consolidation materials in the early twentieth century / Caitlin R. O'Grady
- Migration of ideas and approaches: tracing conservation practices in Ukraine from the Soviet period to the present day / Valeriia Kravchenko and Katya Belaia
- In their own words: why Western European conservators chose to migrate to the United States and what they found when they arrived / Rebecca Anne Rushfield
- Art and Conflict: Stolen colours, coercion and kidnap: a defeated nation's artists' materials and conservation knowledge in the aftermath of the Second World War / Morwenna Blewett
- Narrowed minds and destroyed communities: Anglo-American perseptions of Jewish cultural heritage in Thessaloniki, 1943-46 / Roderick Bailey
- Give sorrow images: trauma and loss in the works of displaced artists from Syria / Charlotte Bank
- 'I am not just here to make you cry': unexpected challenges to the artistic freedom of refugee artists / Nausikaä El-Mecky
- Materials and Techniques: 'Plaster of Paris' and Italian formatori / Eckart Marchand
- The face of a metal and the skin of a bomb / Jenny Bulstrode
- London, 1815-1914: importing and exporting artists' materials, artists and the role of immigrant suppliers / Jacob Simon
- Transmitting Ideas: A symbiotic relationship: local and foreign artistic exchanes at the fifteenth-century Ethiopian court / Karen French, Glenn Gates, Hae Min Park and Christine Sciacca
- A technical study of selected polychrome wooden sculptures from the Jesuit province of Paracuaria in four Brazilian museums / Isabel Wagner and Julia Brandt
- Positioning migration in the art collection of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1895-2003 / Rosa Marie Mulder, Esmee Schoutens and Janneke Sif Rutten.