Le dernier numéro de la revue Artl@s Bulletin est consacré au thème Spatial (Digital) Art History.
“Towards a Spatial (Digital) Art History” Catherine Dossin
“Change over Time: Neatline and the Study of Architectural History” Lisa Reilly
“Wired! and Visualizing Venice: Scaling up Digital Art History” Kristin Huffman Lanzoni, Mark J.V. Olson, and Victoria E. Szabo
“Provincializing Paris: The Centre/Periphery Narrative of Modern Art in Light of Quantitative and Transnational Approaches” Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel
“A Research-Based Model for Digital Mapping and Art History: Notes from the Field” Paul B. Jaskot, Anne Kelly Knowles, Andrew Wasserman, Stephen Whiteman, and Benjamin Zweig
ARTL@S at Work
“Les rues des tableaux: Géographie du marché de l’art parisien (1815-1955)” Léa Saint-Raymond, Félicie de Maupeou, and Julien Cavero
“Digital Space Art (History)?” France Languérand
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