Seminarium: Contemporary Takes On Kupka

Kl. 12–15.30 + konsert kl. 16–17, Ateneumsalen

Internationellt forskningsseminarium om František Kupkas konst och dess betydelse. Talare är Kupka-experter från olika håll i världen.

Markéta Theinhardt, Art Historian, University of Sorbonne
Brigitte Leal, Chief Curator and Director of Collections, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
Anna Pravdová, Chief Curator, National Gallery in Prague
Anna-Maria von Bonsdorff, intendent, Konstmuseet Ateneum, Ateneums Kupka-utställningens kurator

Språk: engelska. Med museets inträdesbiljett eller museikort.

PROGRAM

12.00 Opening words, Dr. Marja Sakari, Director of the Ateneum Art Museum / Finnish National Gallery

12.15–12.45 Brigitte Leal: František Kupka’s Exhibition in Paris: a New Reception. Deputy Director, Musée national d’art moderne. Centre Georges Pompidou collections, Paris.

12.45–13.15 Markéta Theinhardt: František Kupka, the Solitary Avantgardist, Early Twenties. Art Historian, Sorbonne, Paris

13.15–14.30 Lunch break

14.30–15.00 Anna Pravdová: František Kupka’ s Teaching in Paris. Curator, National Gallery, Prague.

15.00 Discussion on Kupka (All speakers)
Moderator: Anna-Maria von Bonsdorff, Chief Curator, Ateneum Art Museum

15.30 Closing words

16.00–17.00 A Concert for the attendees of the conference: Des Herzens Purpurvogel fliegt durch die Nacht

Synesthetic complete work of art (Gesamtkunstwerk) built around composer Anton Webern’s songs

The complete artwork includes a dialogue with Anton Webern’s and contemporary composers songs by the coloratura soprano Piia Komsi, and paintings by the visual artist Sara Orava, which have originated from Piia Komsi synaestically experienced colours. At the interface between music and image, there is a dancer and her movements that combines the means of expressing music and image.

Song:  Piia Komsi
Piano: Ilmo Ranta
Visual Artist: Sara Orava
Dance:  Milla Eloranta

 

Bild: František Kupka: Hinduistiskt motiv (1919). Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne / Centre de création industrielle, Paris. © ADAGP, Paris. Bild: © Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Philippe Migeat.