The Art of the Review Show Notes for Episode 30 Art Criticism

Yelena Kalinsky Blog Post

In this episode, Yelena speaks with Natasha Kurchanova, an art historian specializing in the Russian avant-garde, a critic and curator of contemporary art about the connections and differences between art history and art criticism. Natasha received her B.A. from Wesleyan University and her Ph.D. the City University of New York, where she studied modern art, photography, and film. Her dissertation was on Osip Brik, a Formalist theoretician, critic, and editor of the avant-garde journals Lef and Novyi Lef. She also published numerous articles for catalogues, anthologies on Russian art, and such

CFP: History of Collecting & Art Markets

John Daniel Saillant Blog Post

From: Christian Huemer <>
Subject: CFP: New Book Series: History of Collecting & Art Markets

Brill's "Studies in the History of Collecting & Art Markets" is a peer-reviewed book series dedicated to original scholarship on the social, cultural, and economic mechanisms underlying the circulation of art. Over the last two decades interest in the formation, display, and dissolution of art collections increased tremendously; art markets, trade routes, and dealer networks became a rich field of interdisciplinary inquiry. Scholarship brought forth a lot of information about the