Concise, critical reviews of books, exhibitions, and projects in all areas and periods of art history and visual studies

Patronage, Art Collecting
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2020

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Blais, Christine, "Agent perturbateur: Blockchain et intelligence artificielle dans l'art contemporain et son marché" (Université de Montréal, C. Bernier)

Brooks, Blair, "Heinz Berggruen: Dealing and Collecting Modern Art in the Shadow of World War II" (CUNY, E. Braun)

Chakalova, Christina, "Artistic Mobility and Cultural Transfer: Prince Eugene of Savoy's Belvedere Palace in Imperial Vienna" (Rutgers, C. Puglisi)

D'Amato, Martina, "La collectionneuse: The Marquise Arconati-Visconti and the Politics of Patronage in the Third Republic" (Bard Graduate Center, D. Krohn)

Fee, Franchesca, "On the Margins of Power: the Art Patronage of the Carafa Family in Naples and Rome" (Rutgers, S. McHam)

Flanagan, Katherine, "Melanesian Decorated Human Remains: Indigenous Display, Colonial Collecting, and Contemporary Exhibitions" (Penn State University, W. Dewey)

Koltiska, Katherine, "The Politics of Culture and Taste in Cleveland, 1876–1930" (Penn State University, C. Zabel)

Lambert, Nora, "Picturing Mobility: Late Medieval and Renaissance Naples at the Threshold of the Mediterranean" (University of Chicago, N. Atkinson)

Nelson, Elyse, "Antonio Canova and His British Patrons: The Late Works and Restoration Europe (1814–1822)" (IFA/NYU, T. Crow)

Play, Caitlin, "Preeminent, Legitimate, and Divinely Ordained: Grand Duke Francesco de' Medici as a Master of the World" (Rutgers, S. McHam)

Raper, Allison, "Blessed Sinner beneath the Cross: Francesco di Vannuccio’s Croce Dipinta from Trecento Siena to 21st-Century South Carolina" (University of Florida, E. Ross)

Smith, Lauryn, "Cultivating Self and Displaying Status: Innovation and Exchange in the Cabinets of Amalia van Solms-Braunfels (1602–1675)" (Case Western Reserve University, C. Scallen)

Sobol, Blythe, "Family Ties: the Patronage of the Family of Madame de Montespan in the Golden Age of Bastards" (IFA/NYU, T. Crow)