Founded in 2001, the Association of Greek Art Historians (EEIT) is a nonprofit membership organization, whose primary aim is to advance the discipline of Art History in Greece. Through its activities, the association promotes the scholarly work and the professional rights of its members. Concurrently, it aims to enhance the appreciation of art and of its histories by a wider audience. The association presently includes more than 150 members, amongst whom are academics, university faculty members, museum curators and independent researchers.

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Call for papers: 37th German Congress for Art History “Image and Space”

March 13-17, 2024

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen

Closing date for submissions: June 2, 2023

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International conference Diachronic Artistic and Spatial Convergences and Divergences in the Mediterranean

April 27-29, 2023

Acropolis Museum, Athens

Free admission


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Screening in the context of Irida Visions Festival
Sunday 23 April 17:00                                                                                               

Irida cinema, 55 Akadimias & 15 Ippokratous, Athens 106 79

Free entrance with online seat booking at iridavisions.gr

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Call for Papers: 55 International AICA Congress: Contested Infrastructures (Kraków, 13-17 Nov 23)

55 International AICA Congress: Contested Infrastructures. Art Criticism and the Institutionalisation of Art

Kraków, Poland, Nov 13–17, 2023

Deadline May 15th 2023.

We encourage the proposals for 15-20 min. presentations in English. Please send extended abstracts of ca. 500-700 words and a short bio (up to 300 words) in English, French or Spanish to: .
On-site presentation will be preferred over online through zoom.

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Call for Contributions: Terms: CIHA Journal of Art History, Vol. 2, Terms of Dialogue

Terms: CIHA Journal of Art History, Vol. 2

Terms of Dialogue

(Editorial team: Thierry Dufrêne, Peter J. Schneemann, LaoZhu, Jean-Marie Guillouët)

The first issue of the new CIHA journal “Terms” has been printed. It collects and discusses a contemporary vocabulary for the paradigm of “engagement.” “Terms of Engagement” has been published by the World Arthistory Institute (WAI) at Shanghai International Studies University and will be available on the website of the University of Heidelberg. The editorial board of the international journal that explores issues of global art history for the future invites contributions for the second issue, “Terms of Dialogue”.

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Call for papers: Hidden (Hi)stories: New Perspectives of Women’s Photographies

The deadline for the submission: 26 April 2023, 17:00 (British Summer Time) 

MOMus-Thessaloniki Museum of Photography announces the Greek edition of Fast Forward: Women in Photography, which is organised in partnership with the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) and London College of Communication (LCC) at University of the Arts London Photography (UAL) and the University of Sunderland.

The conference will take place on 17-19 May 2024 at MOMus -Thessaloniki Museum of Photography, in Thessaloniki, Greece.

[Images by Katerina Chatzidimitriou, from the series ‘Brides’, 2018]

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Call for papers: International Conference Monuments for World War II: Memory and Oblivion in the Balkans and Central- East Europe

The conference will take place on November 23 and 24, 2023 in Athens, Greece. It is
part of the research project “WaRs: War and Resistance Monuments in Greece:
Documentation of and Historical Approach to Public Monuments, 1945-today” at the
University of Ioannina (Greece), funded by the Hellenic Foundation for Research and

Proposals should be sent to the organizing committee ( ) by March 31, 2023.

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Lecture by Professor Dario Gamboni

The Association of Greek Art Historians (ΕΕΙΤ) is inviting you at the lecture of Dario Gamboni, Emeritus Professor of Art History at the University of Geneva, titled ‘You Are Never to Fancy’. Aniconism as a Modern Ideal

Saturday, 26 November 2022, 12h30
Β. & Μ. Theocharakis Foundation for the Fine Arts and Music
9, Vassilisis Sofias & 1, Merlin str., Athens

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