Pamela Fletcher, (Ph.D.) Professor of Art History at Bowdoin University and CAA Reviews Editor for the Digital Humanities and Art History, will deliver the fourth lecture in the of the MAP IT | Little Dots, Big Ideas series on Monday, 28 March, at 5.30 PM in the Woodruff Library’s Jones Room, level 3.
Her research and teaching focus on nineteenth-century art and the history of the modern art market, and she is the author of Narrating Modernity: The British Problem Picture 1895-1914 (Ashgate, 2003), and the co-editor (with Anne Helmreich) of The Rise of the Modern Art Market in London 1850-1939 (Manchester University Press, 2011), and co-author (with David Israel) The London Gallery Project (2007, revised 2012), an interactive digital map of London’s nineteenth-century art market.
Over the course of the nineteenth century, the commercial art gallery came to dominate European and American art markets, transforming the experiences of artists, viewers, collectors, and dealers. In this talk, Fletcher explores how digital mapping, specifically her London Gallery Project (http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/fletcher/london-gallery/index.html), can help explain significant shifts in the art market and exhibition culture, and raise new questions about the experience and expectations of art for a wide public. L
The MAP IT | Little Dots, Big Ideas series includes seven workshops for people at Emory. For more information about the workshops and the workshop registration form, see: https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/dmh/workshops/.
MAP IT | Little Dots, Big Idea series webpage
MAP IT Workshops (Emory community only)
Emory Report’s coverage of the series:And here is a link to the Emory Report’s coverage of the series: http://news.emory.edu/stories/2016/01/er_take_note_digital_mapping_series/campus.html