INTERIORES AZULEJADOS NO PAPEL. A IMPORT NCIA DOS CATÁLOGOS COMERCIAIS COMO FONTE PARA COMPREENDER O USO DE AZULEJOS NOS INTERIORES EUROPEUS

21 de Abril ​​de​ ​2021 ​|​ ​18h00​ [UTC] ​|​ ​plataforma Zoom [sessão em inglês]

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TILED INTERIORS ON PAPER. TRADE CATALOGUES AS A KEY SOURCE TO UNDERSTAND THE USE OF TILES IN EUROPEAN INTERIORS


April 21st, 2021  | 18h00 [UTC]  via Zoom [session to be held in English]

Invited speaker:
Mario Baeck [Postdoctoral researcher, Doctor in Art Sciences, Ghent University Belgium]

Mario Baeck (b. 1958), postdoctoral researcher in Art History, took his doctoral degree in Art Sciences at Ghent University, Belgium, in 2015 with a thesis on the development of the Belgian industrial wall and floor tile 1840-1940 in a European context. Published and lectured widely in different languages on various aspects of tile history (see for some papers). Wrote together with Bart Verbrugge a groundbreaking study on Belgian Art Nouveau and Art Deco wall tiles (1880-1940). Was curator for national and international exhibitions in which the Belgian industrial floor and wall tile is put in the spotlight. As a member of several scientific societies he regularly advises public heritage institutions in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia on tile restoration projects. Was co-promoter of several master’s theses in the field of conservation / restoration of ceramics and on Monuments and Landscapes (Royal Academy of Fine Arts & Henry van de Velde Institute, University of Antwerp).

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