36th Congress of German Art Historians 2022
XXXVI Congress of German Art Historians is postponed

17.07.2020
The date of the 36th Congress of German Art Historians is postponed to 23 to 27 March 2022

The Association of German Art Historians and the Institute of Art History at the University of Stuttgart together with its partners, the Institute of Architectural History and the Stuttgart Academy of Fine Arts, as joint organizers of the 36th Congress of German Art Historians, have decided to postpone the Congress in Stuttgart, which was scheduled for the end of March 2021 under the motto “FORM FRAGEN”, by one year to March 23 to 27, 2022.

Call for Papers: XXXVI Congress of German Art Historians 2021

30.04.2020
The Association of German Art Historians and the Institute of Art History at the University of Stuttgart together with its partners, the Institute of Architectural History and the Stuttgart Academy of Fine Arts, will host the 36th Congress of German Art Historians entitled FORM FRAGEN. The Congress will take place in Stuttgart from 24 to 28 March 2021.

Interested colleagues from all fields of art history are warmly invited to submit their proposals for individual papers to be delivered at the sessions, at the meetings of the professional groups and in the meeting of the Digital Art History working group. Applications can be made solely via our online application portal. The deadline for all submissions is 17 June 2020, 18:00 CET.

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Call for Papers: Guest Section Poland at the XXXVI Congress of German Art Historians 2021

30.04.2020
From 24 to 28 March 2021, Stuttgart will host the 36th Congress of German Art Historians. For the first time in the history of this event it will include a guest section.

Applications for the guest section of Polish art historians are accepted until 10.06.2020. Conference languages are German and English. As in the other sections, four presentations (each lasting 30 minutes) are planned in the Polish section, each followed by a 15-minute discussion.

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University of Stuttgart

The 36th Congress of German Art Historians will be hosted and co-organised by the Institute of Art History of the University of Stuttgart.

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Association of German Art Historians

The Association of German Art Historians is responsible for the Congress of German Art Historians. The largest congress for art history in Germany takes place every two years in changing locations.

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Stuttgart

Stuttgart made architectural history with its world-famous Weissenhof estate on the Killesberg – the houses of Le Corbusier are even UNESCO world heritage. But there are also lots of other architectural gems to see in the area around the city.

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