The Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum (1922–2022) A Century of Exploring Greek Vases: Typologies, Readings and Debates

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The Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum (1922–2022). A Century of Exploring Greek Vases: Typologies, Readings and Debates

Brussels, Royal Academy of Belgium, Rue Ducale 1, 1000 Brussels, Lecture Room: De Duve (écuries),10–13 October 2022

 

MONDAY OCTOBRE 10

14:00 WELCOME, Didier VIVIERS (Secrétaire perpétuel, Royal Academy of Belgium) 

SESSION I • HISTORY OF SCHOLARSHIP AND HISTORY OF COLLECTIONS 

14:10 INTRODUCTION, Anne COULIÉ (Musée du Louvre, Paris) 

14:30 Paul Hartwig und die Meisterschalen – Einige Anmerkungen zur frühen Vasenforschung, Norbert ESCHBACH (Universität Gießen) 

15:00 Adolf Furtwängler in Berlin: Katalogisierung als Vorstufe für ein Vasencorpus, Ursula KÄSTNER (Antikensammlung Berlin) 

15:30 DISCUSSION 

16:00 BREAK 

16:30 Place et rôle des dessins et décalques dans les volumes du Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Christine WALTER (Musée du Louvre, Paris) 

17:00 Vase fragments. Approaches to collecting ancient pottery, Susanna SARTI (Direzione Regionali Musei della Toscana) 

17:30 Breakfast Room to Cloakroom: Sir John Soane’s ‘Antique’ Vases in 21st Century Perspective, Tyler Jo SMITH (University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA) 

18:00 DISCUSSION 

18:00 KEYNOTE LECTURE (Lecture Room: Auditorium Albert II)

20:00 De la cité dans l'image à la cité des images. 40 ans plus tard, Alain SCHNAPP (Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art, INHA, Paris) 

RECEPTION

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11 

09:00 Histoires et parcours de vases, des publications du XIXe siècle aux humanités numériques, Cécile COLONNA (INHA, Paris) 

09:30 DISCUSSION 

SESSION II • CLASSIFICATION: REGIONAL PRODUCTIONS, WORKSHOPS AND INDIVIDUAL STYLES 

09:45 INTRODUCTION, Athena TSINGARIDA (Université libre de Bruxelles) 

10:10 BREAK 

10:40 Characteristics of the Ionian production centres in the 7th and 6th centuries BC, Udo SCHLOTZHAUER (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin) 

11:10 Animals in Love: Notes on the Boeotian Bestiary, Victoria SABETAI (Academy of Athens) 

11:40 Late Athenian band-cups: looking beyond the little-masters, Pieter HEESEN (Amsterdam) 

12:10 DISCUSSION 

12:40 LUNCHEON 

14:30 Coral Red from Exekias to Sotades: use and origin, Dyfri WILLIAMS (Université libre de Bruxelles) 

15:00 Possibilities and Perspectives of Computer-based Painter Attribution for Attic Vases, Martin LANGNER (Universität Göttingen) 

15:30 DISCUSSION 

16:00 BREAK 

16:30 Loose ends. The Kalathiskos and Hamburg Painters within the framework of Metapontine Red-Figure Workshop, Martine DENOYELLE (INHA, Paris) & Francesca SILVESTRELI (Università di Salento) 

17:00 The Enna Painter in wider context, Kees NEEFT (Université libre de Bruxelles) 

17:30 DISCUSSION

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12 

SESSION III • IMAGES: CONSTRUCTION, INTERPRETATION, AGENCY 

09:00 INTRODUCTION, Guy HEDREEN (Williams College, Williamstown, MA) 

09:20 Between disruption and assimilation: the effects of writing on the image, Cécile JUBIER (Université de Perpignan) & Georg GERLEIGNER (Halle) 

09:50 Handsome Diogenes and the iconography of personal names: about some hermeneutic challenges concerning image-text correlations with kalos inscriptions on Attic vases, Christian RUSSENBERGER (Universität Rostock) 

10:20 DISCUSSION 

10:50 BREAK 

11:10 Isonomia, Public Commensality, and Iconoclasm at Athens: The Erasure of Image and Text on Pottery for 5th century Agora Dining, Ann STEINER (Franklin and Marshall College, Emerita, Lancaster, PA) 

11:40 The vessel’s mouth: morphopoetics and agency of Attic cup tondos, Alexander HEINEMANN (Universität Tübingen) 

12:10 DISCUSSION 

12:40 LUNCHEON 

14:30 From First to Second Generation: Adapting Subject Matter to Local Markets in Southern Italy, Mark STANSBURY-O’DONNELL (University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN) 

15:00 Analysing Attic Vase Paintings with Computer Vision: An approach, Corinna REINHARDT (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) 

15:30 DISCUSSION 

16:00 BREAK

SESSION IV • CONTEXTS AND USES 

16:30 INTRODUCTION, Stefan SCHMIDT (Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, München) 

17:00 Tombs, memorials and communities of potters and painters in 8th century BC Attica. Providing a context for two new funerary kraters from Marathon, Vicky VLACHOU (École française d’Athènes) 

17:30 Greek Vases in Etruscan Context. Old and New Approaches, Martin BENTZ (Universität Bonn) 

18:00 DISCUSSION 

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13 

09:00 Artisans, technologies and vases in motion in Classical South Italy, Ted ROBINSON (University of Sydney) 

09:30 Trading with the Enemy: Contextualizing Attic Vases in the Persian Empire, Kathleen LYNCH (University of Cincinnati, OH) 

10:00 DISCUSSION 

10:30 BREAK 

11:00 Scratching a living; fifty-five years underfoot, Alan JOHNSTON (University College London)

11:30 The vessel capacity calculation solution at ULB 15 years later, Laurent BAVAY, Rudy ERCEK (Université libre de Bruxelles) & Cydrisse CATELOY (Université Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne) 

12:00 DISCUSSION 

12:30 END 

 

Attendance to the Symposium is free but for practical questions of organization you need to register by September 30th 2022 at: 

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