ICAA Annual Meeting 1997, Prague (Czech Republic)

27 years ago

»Mannerism throughout the Centuries«

Host: Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague


Saturday, 7 June 1997

10.00 - 16.00 Registration at the Museum of Decorative Arts (UPM), Prague
14.00 Board Meeting
16.00 Welcome
by the director of UPM and ICAA
17.00 Coffee Break
17.30 - 19.00 Lecture on the project "Rudolf II. and Prague"
Eliška Fučiková, The Prague Castle
20.00 Concert and Dinner at St. Agnes Convent

Sunday, 8 June 1997

09.00 - 16.00 Session I at UPM:
16th- 17th Century
09.00 - 11.00 Mannerism throughout the Centuries
Mogens Bencard
  Mannerist Architecture and the Decorative Arts
Rainald Franz, MAK, Vienna
  Mannerism and Gold and Silverwork: Definition, Technical Innovations and Afterlife
Stefanie Walker, Bard Graduate Center, NY
  The auricular style at the time of Rudolf II. and afterwards
Johann R. ter Molen, Museum Boymans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
  Two Renaissance Pieces of Jewelery in the Hungarian National Museum
Erika Kiss, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest
  The Swedish regalia from the Vasa Dynasty 1540- 1650. Symbols of Monarchy and of the Sovereign
Astrid Tyden-Jordan, Royal Collections, Stockholm
11.00 - 11.30 Coffee Break
11.30 - 12.30 Member assembly
12.30 - 14.00 Lunch
14.00 - 16.00 Example of the Royal Treasure Collection. Queen Hedvig Eleonora's Cameo Bowl
Lis Granlund
  Underglass Paintings by Johann Jakob Sprüngli (1559-1637) and His Circle
Hanspeter Lanz, Swiss National Museum
  Polychrome and Gilded Wooden Altars in Continental Croatia
Nela Tarbuk, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb
  Three Anamorphoses in the Holbein Tradition
Brigitte Meles, Historisches Museum, Basel
16.00 - 18.00 Departure for the visit of the native house of A. Dvořák in Nelahozeves
  Visit of the collection of the Lobkowitz family at the Nelahozeves Castle
18.00 Concert and Dinner at the Nelahozeves Castle

Monday, 9 June 1997

  Visit of the Rudolf II. exhibition and Prague
09.00 Visit of the Rudolf II. exhibition - Part I:
The City, Wallenstein Palace, visit to a historical building
12.30 Refreshment
14.00 Visit of the Rudolf II. exhibition - Part II:
The Castle

Tuesday, 10 June 1997

09.00 - 12.30 Session II at the UPM:
18th- 20th Century
09.00 - 10.30 Introduction
Anniken Thue, Norway,
Ida van Zijl, Holland
  The protestant altars, pulpits and ceilings of Gemer - Malohont Region
Magda Turoňová, Gemer - Malohont Museum, Slovakia
  Gottfried Semper (1803-1879): Manneristic influences in his design for decorative arts
Barbara Messerli, Gewerbemuseum Winterthur, Switzerland
  Gift in honour by Dagobert Peche
Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, MAK, Vienna
  Shall design be telling us stories?
Milena Lamarová, UPM
  Mannerism of Interiors in Computer Adventure Games
Irmgard Peter, Free lance cultural anthropologist
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.30 Applied Arts Fatigue or the rule of the eye
Marjan Boot, Stedelijk museum, Amsterdam
  General Discussion
12.30 - 13.00 Lunch
13.00 Guided walking tour of Prague
14.30 Sightseeing tour: Prague's architecture of the 20th century (Cubist houses in the quarter of Podoli, villa of A. Loos etc.)
16.00 Visit to the Centre for Modern and Contemporary Art,
The National Gallery, Prague
20.00 Visit of the Mayor's representative rooms in Prague
including a guided tour of former mayors' private rooms

Wednesday, 11 June 1997

08.30 - 19.30 Full-day excursion to the North and East Bohemia
  Žd'ár nad Sázavou - "Zelená hora"
Church on the UNESCO list (Giovanni Santini)
  Crematorium in Pardubice (Pavel Janák)
  Sightseeing tour of Hradec Králové
  The Museum of East Bohemia
  Accomodation in Náchod and Nové Město nad Metuji
  Dinner in the "Peklo" restaurant (D. Jurkoviĉ)

Thursday, 12 June 1997

09.00 - 18.00 Full-day excursion
  Castle in Nové Město nad Metuji
Bartoň of Dobenin family
  The Kuks Castle and Bethlehem
(Matyáŝ Bernard Braun)
  The Sychrov Castle
  Accomodation in Liberec
  The North Bohemian Museum and Farewell Party

Friday, 13 June 1997

08.00- 13.00 The town hall of Liberec
  Glassworks in Kamenický Šenov
  End of the Conference