À l’Orientale – Collections, expositions et appropriations de l’art et de l’architecture islamiques durant le long XIXe siècle

Fotoatelier C. Koch, Schaffhausen : Ohne Titel [Persisches Fumoir auf Charlottenfels], ohne Jahr © Moser Familienmuseum Charlottenfels, Neuhausen am Rheinfall

 

 

Colloque international, Zurich et Schaffhouse, 4-6 mai 2017

 

 

 

Programme :

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 4th May 2017

Museum Rietberg Zurich, Park-Villa Rieter, Vortragssaal

DAY 1: ORIENTAL TASTE AND DISPLAY

13.30-14.00 
Welcome and Registration

14.00-14.10 
Welcome Remarks by Dr. Albert Lutz, Director of Museum Rietberg Zurich

14.10-14.30 
Opening Remarks
Francine Giese, Mercedes Volait, Ariane Varela Braga

Chair: Axel Langer (Museum Rietberg Zurich)

14.30-15.00
Tomasz F. de Rosset (University Nicolas Copernic, Torún)
«L’envoyé de Lechistan n’est pas encore arrivé»

15.00-15.30
Moya Carey (Victoria and Albert Museum, London)
Selling Damascus Rooms: Vincent J. Robinson and commercial strategies of presenting Islamic art in Lon-don

15.30-16.00
Barbara Karl (Textil Museum St. Gallen)
The Vienna Carpet Exhibition of 1891

Break

Chair: Yuka Kadoy (University of Edinburgh)

16.30-17.00
Inessa Kouteinikova (Amsterdam)
Personalities, programmes and visions behind the Orientalist spaces in the first Russian museums.

17.00-17.30
Agnieszka Kluczewska-Wójcik (Polish Institute of World Art Studies, Warsaw)
A la découverte de l’art de l’Islam en Pologne au début du XXe siècle

17.45 
Round Table 
Chair: Mercedes Volait (CNRS-INHA, Paris)

Kjeld v. Folsach (David Collection Kopenhagen), Yannick Lintz (Musée du Louvre), Tim Stanley (V&A London), Stefan Weber (Museum für Islamische Kunst Berlin)

19.00-20.00 
Opening Reception

5th May 2017
University of Zurich, Raemistrasse 59, Aula (RAA-G-01)

DAY 2: APPROPRIATION

9.00-9.15 
Registration

9.15-9.30
Welcome Remarks by Prof. Dr. Andreas Jucker, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Chair: Ariane Varela Braga (University of Zurich)

9.30-10.00
Hélène Guérin (University Paul-Valéry Montpellier II)
Inventorier, relever et attribuer l’art islamique en Sicile pour s’approprier une histoire à construire. François Sabatier (1818-1891) dans la fabrique de l’histoire des musulmans en Sicile.

10.00-10.30
Francine Giese (University of Zurich)
Architectural transformation in 19th-century Italy. The White Hall of Sammezzano and its Islamic models

10.30-11.00
Valentina Colonna (Rome)
The "arab hall" of Achille Vertunni. Islamic Art in the streets of Rome

Break

Chair: Francine Giese (University of Zurich)

11.30-12.00
Ariane Varela Braga (University of Zurich)
Driven to madness. Cesare Mattei, Ferdinando Panciatichi and the Orientalist architectural obsession

12.00-12.30
Mercedes Volait (CNRS-INHA, Paris)
Le remploi de grands décors mamelouks et ottomans dans l'oeuvre construit d'Ambroise Baudry en Egypte et en France

12.30-13.00
Sami L. De Giosa (University of Oxford)
The neo-Islamic pastiche of the Manial Palace in Cairo

Lunch break

Chair: Yannick Lintz (Musée du Louvre)

14.30-15.00
Nicolas Schaub (Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte, Paris)
S’approprier et collectionner les objets d’art islamique. Butin de guerre dans l’Algérie coloniale du XIXe siècle.

15.00-15.30
Axel Langer (Museum Rietberg, Zurich)
Safavid Revival in Persian Miniature Painting: Renewal, Fake and Source of Inspiration

15.30-16.00
Sarah Keller (Vitrocentre, Romont)
“des véritables merveilles d’execution” – les vitraux du Fumoir arabe d'Henri Moser

Break

Chair: Alban von Stockhausen (Bernisches Historisches Museum)

16.30-17.00
Maurizia Onori (SOAS University of London)
Neo-Islamic architecture in Palermo, from the National Exhibition to funerary architecture.

17.00-17.30
Ágnes Sebestyén (University of Bern)
Henri Moser as Commissioner General of the Pavilion of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Universal Exposi-tion of 1900 in Paris

17.30-18.00
Katrin Kaufmann (University of Zurich)
Samarkand à l’ouest. Une salle néo-timouride pour la collection Henri Moser

20.00 
Conference dinner (invitation required)

6th May 2017
Charlottenfels Castle in Neuhausen (Schaffhausen)

DAY 3: COLLECTING

10.00-10.15 
Welcome Remarks by Dr. Roland E. Hofer, Staatsarchivar und Kulturbeauftragter Kanton Schaffhausen

10.15-10.30 
Mandy Ranneberg, Curator of Moser Familienmuseum Charlottenfels
Opening Remarks

Chair: Sarah Keller (Vitrocentre Romont)

10.30-11.00
Roger Nicholas Balsiger (Heinrich und Henri Moser Stiftung)
From playboy to explorer, diplomat and collector: the illustrious life of Henri Moser

11.00-11.30
Alban von Stockhausen (Bernisches Historisches Museum)
The Henri Moser Collection at Bernisches Historisches Museum Bernisches Historisches

Break

Chair: Kjeld v. Folsach (David Collection Kopenhagen)

12.00-12.30
Elika Palenzona-Djalili (University of Zurich)
From Bows to Eyebrows. Lacquerwork of Henri Moser Collection in Historical Museum Bern

12.30-13.00
Elahe Helbig (University of Geneva)
Strategies of Collecting and Displaying Persians artworks and armory at the Stibbert Museum in Florence

Lunch break

14.00-15.00
Guided tours through the Moser Family Museum

Chair: Stefan Weber (Museum für Islamische Kunst Berlin)

15.00-15.30
Irina Gugunava (Georgian National Museum)
History of the Islamic Metalwork Collection from the Georgian National Museum

15.30-16.00
Vera Mariz (University of Lisbon)
Calouste Gulbenkian’s Islamic Art collection: an overview of the European Art Market

16.00-16.30
Maria Medvedeva (Institute for the History of Material Culture RAS, St Petersburg)
The Orient in Photographs of the 19th century. Collection of Y. Smirnov

Break

Chair: Tim Stanley (V&A London)

17.00-17.30 
Jenny Norton-Wright (Manchester Museums Partnership)
Islamic Art by the Back Door: Manchester’s Incidental Collecting

17.30-18.00
Deniz Beyazit (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
The Making of a Collection: Islamic Art at the Metropolitan

18.00 
Final Remarks

Reference:
CONF: Islamic Art and Architecture (Zurich, Schaffhausen, 4-6 May 17). In: H-ArtHist, 23 mars 2017 (accessed 24 mars 2017), <https://arthist.net/archive/15039>.