Maps, Networks, and Art Markets: Doing Digital Art History

mdLALl5xa9lknxBdY4FHirQFrom James Hall ’15:

On Monday March 30th, the Digital and Computational Knowledge Initiative will present Pamela Fletcher, Professor of Art History and Chair of the Art and Department at Bowdoin. She’ll be giving a lecture entitled “Maps, Networks, and Art Markets: Doing Digital Art History”, in which she’ll explore the question of how and why galleries run by dealers became the standard way to sell art. She’ll consider the geography of art in London and consider how digital and computational help us to ask and answer scholarly questions. The talk will be in Usdan 108.

Date: Monday, March 30
Time: 4:15 – 5:30 PM
Place: Usdan 108

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