Séminaire international « Architectural Criticism between Public Debate and Autonomous Discipline » – Rennes – 18 et 19 janvier 2016

Séminaire international « Architectural Criticism between Public Debate and Autonomous Discipline »

Lieu : Université Rennes 2, Département d’Histoire de l’art – Rennes

Date : 18 et 19 janvier 2016

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Scientific Committee Mapping.Crit.Arch

Nathalie Boulouch (Université Rennes 2 and Archives de la critique d’art), Anne Hultzsch (Bartlett School London and OCCAS, Oslo University), Hélène Jannière (Université Rennes 2). Giovanni Leoni (Università di Bologna) Paolo Scrivano (Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University), Laurent Stalder (ETH Zurich), Suzanne Stephens (Barnard College, Columbia University), Alice Thomine-Berrada (Musée d’Orsay, Paris)

Organization: EA 1279, Histoire et critique des arts : Nicolas Bisensang, Guillemette Chéneau-Deysine, Hélène Jannière, Eléonore Muhidine

Contact: Hélène Jannière, Professeur, Université Rennes 2: helene.janniere@univ-rennes2. fr, Eléonore Muhidine: mappingcritarch.emuhidine@ gmail.com

Programme :

Monday, January 18th, 2016, Université Rennes 2, B 332, 9.30-18.00

9.45 Introduction (Hélène Jannière, Université Rennes 2, Coordinator of the Mapping.Crit.Arch ANR Research Project)

Emerging Forms of Criticism

10.00 Carlo MENON, The Bartlett School of Architecture, London, Four magazines on Architectural Criticism 2005-2010: a Perspective from 2015

10.30 Marcela Garcia MARTINEZ, University of Geneva, Architectural centers: Mediation is the new Criticism

11.00 Coffee break

Boundaries of Criticism

11.15 Dirk VAN DE VIJVER, Associate professor, Department of History of Art, Utrecht University, Mapping the reception of Victor Horta: the blurring boundaries of architectural criticism, theory and history

11.45 Rute FIGUEIREDO,  gta/D-ARCH/ETH Zurich, Director of the Site of Discourse Research Project (Lisbon University), Fixing boundaries. Architecture and criticism at the onset of the 20th century

12.15 Discussion

13.00 Lunch

Architectural Journalism and Campaigns

14.30 Jim Njoo, Associate Professor, École d’architecture de Paris-La Villette, TU Delft Department of Architecture, Dialogic Criticism Cedric Price’s Design Columns 1975-1999

15.00 Erdem ERTEN, Associate Professor, Izmir Institute of Technology Department of Architecture, Mobilizing the Nation via Architectural Criticism : The Architectural Review « Outrage » and « Counterattack »

15.30 Coffee break

Controversies and Public Debate: Mobilizing the Public

15.45 Leah HSIAO, Department of Art History, University of York, The Battle of the Pyramid: architectural criticism on I.M Pei’s Louvre Pyramid

16.15 Kristen GAGNON, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton University, Architecture Criticism vs. the Public : ‘Mirvish+Gehry Toronto’ A Case Study

16.45 Discussion

17.30 Rute FIGUEIREDO, Presentation of the Site of Discourse Research Project (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Instituto de História da Arte).

18.00 Conclusions

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016, Archives de la critique d’art, Rennes

Twentieth Century American Art and Architecture Criticism. New Paradigms and Cultural Transfers.

Terra Foundation for American Art

9.30 Presentation of Les Archives de la Critique d’art by Jean-Marc Poinsot (President) and Nathalie Boulouch (Director)

10.30 Lecture: Martin HARTUNG, gta/D-ARCH/ETH Zurich, Columbia University, Architectural Criticism on the Art Market: An American Debate, 1975-1985.

11.15 Coffee Break

11.30 Lecture: Louis MARTIN, Professor, Department of Art History, Université du Québec à Montréal, Uqam. American Debates around the Autonomy of Critique in Architecture, 1990-2004

12.15. Discussion


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