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安德烈·邓布鲁斯基:印象派的生意


安德烈·邓布鲁斯基:印象派的生意

André Dombrowski: 

The Business of Impressionism

 


讲座时间

2018年12月25日(周二)19:00-21:00


讲座地点

清华大学经管学院  舜德楼418


主讲人

安德烈·邓布鲁斯基

宾夕法尼亚大学艺术史副教授


主持人

何平

清华大学经管学院金融系教授

清华大学经管学院中国金融研究中心主任


主办方

清华大学经管学院中国金融研究中心

清华大学美术学院艺术史论系、绘画系

清华大学美术学院当代艺术研究所






安德烈·邓布鲁斯基

André Dombrowski


2006年加州大学伯克利分校博士毕业;

2008年起任教于宾夕法尼亚大学艺术史系;

2012-2013年普林斯顿历史学高等研究所研究员;

现任宾夕法尼亚大学艺术史副教授、性别与女性主义研究所核心研究员,兼授日耳曼语言文学 ;

美国华盛顿国家美术馆视觉艺术高等研究中心CASVA、德意志学术交流中心DAAD研究员;

代表作Cézanne, Murder, and Modern Life(加利福尼亚大学出版社2013年出版),即将出版Instants, Moments, Minutes: Monet and the Industrialization of Time,研究印象主义中“瞬间”概念与19世纪末“时间”的工业化等问题,并以此视角讨论印象派艺术与当时的劳动力、工业化相关的商业、金融和资本之间的关系。


André Dombrowski is the associate professor of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania, in which his research and teaching focus on the arts and material cultures of France and Germany in the nineteenth century. He is particularly concerned with the social and intellectual rationales behind the emergence of avant-garde painting from 1860s to 1890s, including Impressionism. Prof. Dombrowski joined the Department of the History of Art at Penn in 2008, after receiving his Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in 2006. As a predoctoral fellow at CASVA at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC and a DAAD fellow, Professor Dombrowski was awarded the J. Paul Getty Postdoctoral Fellowship for 2008-2009 and the membership in the School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton for 2012-2013. 


Prof. Dombrowski is currently completing his second book, tentatively entitled Instants, Moments, Minutes: Monet and the Industrialization of Time. His talk will demonstrate the relationship between the impressionist “instant” and the histories of modern time-keeping. Furthermore, this speech will not only concentrate on “reaction time” and the birth of Impressionism, but also refer to impressionism’s “now time”, “labor time” as well as the advent of “legal” and “universal” time in the 1880s and their effect on the serried order of Monet’s later work. From this perspective, Prof. Dombrowski will associate the labor and industrial production of 19th-century European questions of business, money, and capital.