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Shabanov
Andrey

Research fellow
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PhD in Art History, The Courtauld Institute of Art (London), 2013.

Research Fellow and Curator of the international interdisciplinary research project ‘Exhibiting Artistic Change in Russia and the West: the Social, Aesthetic, and Institutional Dimensions of Art Exhibitions in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries', The Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre (CCRAC). 

Main research interests: Russian and Western institutional art history; history of art exhibitions.

Courses: Russia and Europe: Art Institutions

Andrey Shabanov's profile on Academia.edu
Andrey Shabanov's academical Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Video-presentation of Andrey Shabanov's monograph "Передвижники: между коммерческим товариществом и художественным движением"

Selected Academic Publications:

In Russian:
•    In preparation: Shabanov, A., Vvedenie v institutsionalnuiu istoriiu europeiskogo iskusstva XVIII–XIX vv. [2018] (Introduction to European Institutional Art History of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries).
•    Shabanov, A., Peredvizhniki: mezhdu kommercheskim tovarishestvom i khudozhestvennim dvizheniem. SPb.: EUSP PRESS, 2015 (monograph based on the PhD research, translated and published in Russian).
•        Shabanov, A., Ot opisatenl’nogo k problemnomu gumanitarnomu issledovaniiu. SPb., 2015 (Teaching handbook: ‘From Descriptive to Argument-Based Humanities Research’).
•    Shabanov, A., ‘Peredvizhnie vistavki: angliisky koren, frantsuzskii akzent i russkoe znachenie’, in: And/&: sbornik trudov fakulteta istorii iskusstv Europeiskogo universiteta v Sankt-Peterburge. SPb., 2007, s. 250-265.

In English:
•    In preparation: The Art Market Dictionary [2018] (www.degruyter.com/view/db/amd), an entry on the Peredvizhniki.
•    In preparation: Shabanov, A., The Peredvizhniki: between a commercial partnership and an art movement (a heavily revised monograph based on the PhD research, the Courtauld Institute of Art, 2013).
•        ‘1870-1871. Peredvizhniki: What's in a name?’ in Immediations. The Courtauld Institute of Art Journal of Postgraduate Research, vol.2. no.3, 2010, pp.50-71.
•    Series of two articles based on Master’s thesis in The St. Petersburg Times, March 26 and April 2, 2004, p.ix.
•    Series of six articles on history of English press in Imperial St. Petersburg in The St. Petersburg Times, July 21 – August 25, 2006.

 

Most recent or forthcoming conferences & panel discussons:

11/2015, 06/2016   Workshop of the Forum ‘Kunst und Markt’, TU Berlin, Germany.
09/2016 - Conference ‘The Russian Century: The Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts, 1801-1917’, Yale University, USA.
11/2015 - ‘Artists on the Market’, 4th Workshop of the Forum ‘Kust und Markt’, TU Berlin, Germany.
02/2015 - CAA 103rd Annual Conference, Preconference Colloquium ‘International Issues in Art History', New York, USA.
11/2014 - 8th VDNKH conference. Panel discussion on PhD degree in Art History in the West and Russia, EUSP, St Petersburg, Russia.
12/2013 - ‘Cultural Exchange: Russia and the West II’, University of Cambridge.
12/2012 - “The Art Community as Territory of Freedom in Russia: Evolution from ‘The Wanderers’ to ‘The War’ Group”, The Pushkin House, London.
07/2011 - A guest research workshop ‘Peredvizhniki oder Wanderers und das heutige Russland’, The Slawistic Instutute of EMAU Greifswald.

 

Academic and research group membership:
Since 2015 - The International Network for Young Scholars of the Forum Kunst und Markt (www.fokum.org/nachwuchsforumliste).
Since 2014 -The Society of Historians of Eastern European, Eurasian and Russian Art and Architecture (SHERA; www.shera-art.org);January 2016–January 2018 – Member-at-Large.
Since 2012 - The Courtauld Association.
Since 2012 - The Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre (CCRAC).
Since 2011 - International Council of Museums (ICOM).

 

 

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