Feb
16
5:30 PM17:30

Technical Art History and the Catalogue Raisonné: Case Studies in the Materials, Methods, and Meanings of Art Works

2017 College Art Association Conference (New York, Feb 15-18, 2017)
Time: 02/16/2017, 5:30 PM–7:00 PM
Location: New York Hilton Midtown, 2nd Floor, Gramercy B/East
Chair: Katy Rogers, Dedalus Foundation

Maryan Ainsworth, The Metropolitan Museum of Art: From Connoisseurship to Technical Art History: Charting the Development of Interdisciplinary Studies of Art

Marc Roussel, Roussel Art Conservation: David Smith’s Cast Bronze Sculpture: Process and Perspective

Susan J. Cooke, The Estate of David Smith, New York: Conversations between an Art Historian and a Conservator: A Case Study in Exploring the Work of David Smith (1906-1965) 

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Nov
15
6:00 PM18:00

Issues of Citation

A panel focused on issues of bibliographic citation.  Speakers discussed best practices within our field especially with new online publishing models, with an eye toward how we best serve the end users of our publications.

Lisa Duffy-Zeballos, International Foundation for Art Research

Caitlin Sweeney, Wildenstein Plattner Institute

Lori Salmon, New York Public Library

Katy Rogers, Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association

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May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Provenance: Valuing Object-Based Art Historical Research

Dedalus Foundation, May 5, 2016

Moderated by Carl Schmitz, Richard Diebenkorn Foundation


Putting Provenance Research in Context
Christel Force
Associate Research Curator, Modern and Contemporary, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The value of provenance research for auction houses
Elizabeth Gorayeb
Senior Vice President, Director of Research, Impressionist & Modern Art, Sotheby’s

Tools for Provenance Research: Case Studies from the Archipenko Catalogue Raisonné
Alexandra Keiser
Research Curator, The Archipenko Foundation

Provenance research work and the importance of personal connections
Alex Ross
Managing Editor, The Isamu Noguchi Catalogue Raisonné

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Feb
4
12:30 PM12:30

CRSA PANEL at CAA: ARTISTS AND THEIR COLLABORATORS

Time: Thursday, February 4, 2016: 12:30 PM—2:00 PM
Location: Harding, Mezzanine Level

Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association

Chairs: Susan Cooke, The Estate of David Smith, New York; Shaina Larrivee, The Hedda Sterne Foundation, Inc.

Isamu Noguchi and Edward A. Rumely: The Artist and His Patron
Deborah A. Goldberg, School of Visual Arts, New York

Authorship and the Workshop: The Case of Joaquín Torres-García’s Project for a Monument
Susanna Temkin, Cecilia de Torres, Ltd.

The Name of the Game: On the 1985 Collaboration Between Nancy Graves and Trisha Brown
Susan Rosenberg, St. John’s University and Trisha Brown Dance Co.; Christina Hunter, Nancy Graves Foundation, New York

Gilbert & George: How the Premise “Art for All” Became a Working Methodology
David Platzker, The Museum of Modern Art, New York

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The Catalogue Raisonné  and Its Construction: A Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association Conference
Jun
13
to Jun 14

The Catalogue Raisonné and Its Construction: A Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association Conference

The CRSA held a two-day conference on the practicalities of catalogue raisonné work at the Museum of Modern Art, New York on June 13 and 14, 2015. The conference covered topics germane to the catalogue raisonné scholar including research methodologies, funding, databases, legal issues, publishing, outreach, and more. Panels and roundtables included members of our own scholarly community as well as outside experts in supporting fields.

The conference allowed CRSA members to explore current best practices in an atmosphere of dialogue and scholarly support.

 

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Feb
11
12:30 PM12:30

Catalogue Raisonné Case Studies: New Findings, Fresh Insights, and Important Reconsiderations

2015 College Art Association Conference

Time: 02/11/2015, 12:30 PM—2:00 PM
Location: Hilton New York, 2nd Floor, Gramercy B (please check conference program for any possible change)
Chair: Susan Cooke, Estate of David Smith

Rewriting the Life and Work of the Flemish Engraver Nicolaes de Bruyn (1571–1656)
Lorena Baines, National Gallery of Art

Considering Place: A Case Study for Expanding the Horizons of the Catalogue Raisonné
Erin Coe, Boston University

Letters and Watercolors from behind Barbed Wire: A Further Perspective on Hans Reichel’s Artistic Oeuvre
Deborah Browning-Schimek, New York University

Titles, Dates, and the Making of Art History: Primary Sources in Hofmann Scholarship
Juliana Kreinik, Peter Campus Catalogue Raisonné

According to the Artist: Compiling the Jack Bush Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings
Sarah Stanners, University of Toronto

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Jan
8
6:00 PM18:00

Copyright Panel

Jan. 8, 2015, 6-8 pm, Dedalus Foundation, 25 East 21st Street, 4th floor

Panelists: Virginia Rutledge (attorney, art historian, consultant to the College Art Association's Committee on Intellectual Property; Christine J. Vincent, Director, Aspen Institute National Study of Artist-Endowed Foundations; Christy MacLear, Executive Director, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation; Christine Kuan, Chief Curator, Director of Institutions and Benefit Auctions, Artsy; Robert Panzer, Executive Director, Visual Artists and Galleries Association (VAGA). 

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Aug
7
4:00 PM16:00

New York Art Resources Consortium Program

Aug. 7, 2014, 4pm-5:30pm, Brooklyn Museum Library Reading Room

Overview of NYARC and Its Programs. Lily Pregill, NYARC Coordinator & Systems Manager for the New York Art Resources Consortium.

NYARC Digital Projects. Stephen Bury will provide a brief overview of all the NYARC digital projects. In particular Dr. Bury will speak about the Frick's Photoarchive digitization and image analysis projects.

Making the Black Hole Gray Project. Sumitra Duncan will provide a brief history and update on current work undertaken for the Mellon funded NYARC project “Making the Black Hole Gray: Implementing the Web Archiving of Specialist Art Resources.” Ms. Duncan will also review what NYARC has done so far with cataloging online catalogues raisonnés and eBooks and collaboration with other digital vendors (JSTOR, Artifex, etc.).

M-LEAD 2 Grant Program. Kim Loconto will provide a brief history of the M-LEAD program and talk about M-LEAD 2 and NYARC and the work being accomplished by the interns from Pratt Institute.

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Feb
10
12:30 PM12:30

Catalogue Raisonné Research and Contemporary Trends In Art Historical Discourse

2014 College Art Association Conference

CRSA Panel Session: Wednesday, February 12, 2014, 12:30-2 pm, in Willidord C, 3rd floor (Hilton Chicago Hotel)

PANELISTS

LOUISA WOOD RUBY, Head, Photoarchive Research, Frick Art Reference Library, New York

"Understanding the Early Modern Workshop: A Case for Retooling the Traditional Catalogue Raisonné"


DAVID P. McCARTHY, Professor, Art and Art History, Rhodes College, Memphis

"Putting Westermann in a Box: Utility and Limitations of the Catalogue Raisonné"


GWENDOLYN OWENS, Senior Advisor, Visual Arts Collections, McGill University, Montreal

"Thinking Systematically"

 

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Dec
13
10:00 AM10:00

Digitizing Artists' and Scholars' Archives: New Initiatives in Preservation, Dissemination, and Art History Research

Friday, December 13, 2013, 10 am - 1 pm
The Archives of American Art, New York Research Center, 300 Park Avenue South, Suite 300

Panelists: 
Kate Haw, Director, Archives of American Art: overview of recent AAA, D.C. symposium on American Art History and Digital Scholarship; ongoing and future AAA initiatives

Katy Rogers, Programs Director, Dedalus Foundation, and Manager, Donald Judd Foundation Catalogue Raisonné Project: Dedalus online archives and Donald Judd digital projects

Walter Schlect and Janet Burka, web-archiving interns, Frick Art Reference Library: web-archiving; preserving and documenting born-digital projects

Joy Goodwin, Archives Specialist, AAA New York Research Center: Tour of the NY Center; the design of the new space as it relates to AAA's institutional mission and programming

Shaina Larrivee, Project Manager, The Isamu Noguchi Catalogue Raisonné and Heidi B. Coleman, Archivist, The Noguchi Museum: enriching content and outreach by adding new digital assets to the online Noguchi CR

Emily Atwater, M-LEAD-TWO Project/Intern Coordinator, Brooklyn Museum Library: NYARC digital projects and outreach

Susan Shiroma, Senior Librarian, The Foundation Center: Fundraising strategies and resources for archival projects; particular focus on independent scholars

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Mar
29
6:00 PM18:00

To Authenticate or Not to Authenticate?

Christie's New York: March 29, 2012

That is the question our panel will addressed on March 29 from 6 to 8pm at Christie's in New York. Prompted by the recent decisions by several artists' foundations to cease offering ongoing opinions on authenticity, the Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association brought together scholars, legal experts, and representatives of the art market to discuss the pros and cons of authentication by catalogue raisonné scholars and committees. The topics covered included 1) the different situations–if any–of artists foundations vs. catalogues raisonnés sponsored by other entities; 2) decisions by catalogue raisonné scholars to defer opinions until publication or to issue opinions on an ongoing basis; 3) issues of scholars continuing to offer opinions after publication to keep catalogues raisonnés current; 4) the alternative of working with an authentication agency, such as IFAR, to avoid legal vulnerability. The panel will be hosted by Christie's under their kind sponsorship and will be free to the public.

Panelists:
Moderator: Nancy Mowll Mathews, CRSA
Barbara Buhler Lynes, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Carolyn Somers, Joan Mitchell Foundation
Richard Grant, Richard Diebenkorn Foundation
Peter Stern, McLaughlin & Stern, LLP
Charles Moffett, Sotheby's
Michael Findlay, Acquavella Galleries
Sharon Flescher, International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR)
Jack Flam, Dedalus Foundation

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Sep
22
2:00 PM14:00

Issues of the Online Catalogue Raisonné: A Mini Conference

The CRSA mini-conference on "Issues of the Online Catalogue Raisonné" brings together a group of experienced scholars, publishers, and web designers who have been working to make the internet a welcoming site for the catalogue raisonné. In the first of two panels, we will hear from those who facilitate the online publishing effort by designing software and manage websites as well as those who advise on legal issues and serve as editors of online publications.

Uploaded by Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association on 2015-03-02.
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