Lectures - Panels

Regina Höfer, M.A.

Kunsthistorikerin & Kuratorin

08.2017

Constructing the Land of Mystery in London and Berlin: The Tibetan Collection of L. A. Waddell; conference: European Association for Asian Art and Archaeology; University of Zurich

 

08.2017

Panel Chair: Colonial Collecting Practices of Tibetan Art and Material Culture; conference: European Association for Asian Art and Archaeology; University of Zurich

 

06.2017

Tibetan Material Culture from the Younghusband Invasion in Berlin Collections; workshop/seminar: Object Lessons from Tibet & the Himalayas, University of Manchester

 

05.2017

Pittoreske Ansichten aus Ceylon: Ein Souveniralbum von Colombo Apothecaries; Department of Asian and Islamic Art History, Bonn University

 

01.2017

Provenance Research on a Colonial Ethnographic Collection: The Legacy of L. A. Waddell in Berlin Museums; Museum of Asian Art, Berlin

 

01.2017

Ein Habsburger auf Trophäenjagd: Franz Ferdinand von Österreich-Este in Indien; Society of Indo-Asian Art, Berlin

 

11.2016

L. A. Waddells Berliner Tibet-Sammlung: Provenienzforschung im Spektrum „wissenschaftlicher“ Sammlungstätigkeit und kolonialer Ideologie; Department of Asian and African Studies, Central Asian Seminar, Humboldt-University, Berlin

 

05.2016

Kesang Lamdark’s Neo-Tantric Art; 5th Forum East Asian Art History, University of Bonn

 

05.2016

The Varanasi Court Photographer Madho Prasad; Scholar’s Day: Colonial Aspects of Early South India Photography II, Kunstbibliothek, Berlin

 

04.2016

Museums of applied arts in India in historical perspective; conference: Collecting, exhibiting and preserving in museums of applied arts in the nineteenth century, Institute of Art History, University of Bern, Switzerland

 

06.2015

An Imperial Collection of Colonial India in Vienna - 19th Century Visions between Empire and Exhibition, Herrenhausen Symposium: Positioning Ethnological Museums in the 21st Century, Volkswagen Foundation, Hannover (grant by Volkswagen Foundation)

 

02.2015

The Photographic Estate of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este‘s Journey to South Asia; Scholar’s Day: Aspects of Colonial Photography in 19th Century India, Museum of Asian Art, Berlin

 

01.2015

Contemporary Tibetan Art: Globalisation on the fast track; Nepal Academy of Fine Arts, Kathmandu

 

Contemporary Tibetan art: Between tradition and globalization; Siddhartha Art Gallery, Kathmandu

 

Shooting with Gun and Camera: Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este visiting Nepal; photocircle, Nepal Picture Library, Kathmandu

 

12.2014

Between Prayer Wheel and Globalisation: Contemporary Tibetan Art; Muthesius Kunsthochschule, Kiel

 

09.2014

Practices of Colonial Photography in South Asia: Examples of Image Commission and Circulation; conference: European Association for Asian Art and Archaeology, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic

 

Panel Chair:

Contemporary Art in India and Pakistan - A platform for exchange beyond borders; conference: European Association for Asian Art and Archaeology, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic

 

07.2014

Photographer Lala Deen Dayal: Documenting Hyderabad; 22th Conference of the European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art (EASAA), Stockholm

 

07.2014

Colonial Photography as a Visual Narrative; Bonn University Museum

 

06.2014

Evocating Colonial India abroad: Indian clay models as souvenirs; conference: Things to Remember: Materializing Memories in Art and Popular Culture, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands

 

The Musealization and Ethnographisation of Colonial India: Indian Clay Models in Western and Indian Museums; colloquium: Department of Asian and Islamic Art History, University of Bonn

 

05.2014

Depictions of Tibet: From Gold Digging Ants and Tibetan Barbies; Museum of Applied Arts, Frankfurt

 

06.2013

Om Money Padme Hum - Contemporary Tibetan Art and Global Art; conference: Globalisation as the Engine of Civilisation or Art as the Avantgarde of World Culture? An Approach, Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Kiel

 

01.2013

Wisdom and Compassion - Tantra in Tibetan Art; lecture series: Religion and Sexuality, University of Bonn

 

11.2012

Oriental Visions - An Indian Museum Past and Present; conference: Working committee “Museum” of the German Anthropological Association, Cologne

 

09.2012

Workshop: Collecting Colonial India - 19th Century Visions in Tension between Empire, Artistic Revival and Exhibition; Kunsthistorisches Institut / Max-Planck-Institut, Florence

 

06.2012

Field Report from India: The South Asian Collection of Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este reflected in Indian Museums and Archives; colloquium: Department of Asian and Islamic Art History, University of Bonn

 

05.2012

Missing Sex Mandala - Pornography and Sexuality in Contemporary Tibetan Art; lecture series: Desire in Culture. Love, Aspiration and the Agenda of Desire, University of Bonn

 

04.2012

Modes of Marketing and Commercialisation in Contemporary Tibetan Art; conference: Arts and the Aesthetics in Globalising World, Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth, New Dehli

 

10.2011

Mao, Muschi, Mandala - Contemporary Tibetan Art between Traditions and Globalisation;

Autumn Academy 2011: Global Studies - Questioning Art Terminology, ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe

 

10.2011

‘Buddha@hotmail‘ - Contemporary Tibetan Art goes Global; conference: In the Shadow of the Golden Age: Art and Identity in Asia from Gandhara to the Modern Age, Department of Asian and Islamic Art History, University of Bonn

 

09.2011

Colonial Photography and its Dimensions as a Visual Narrative of Travel Diaries; conference: German Anthropological Association, Vienna

 

06.2011

Contemporary Tibetan Art - Between Global and Local?; conference of World History Association, Beijing

 

02.2011

Strategies of Global Communication - Contemporary Tibetan Art and the West; conference: The Language of Art and Music, The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy, Berlin

 

11.2010

Imperial Sightseeing: Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este’s Journey to India; Museum of Ethnology, Vienna

 

11.2010

Exhibitions as Intersections of Research, Teaching and Public Relations: Imperial Sightseeing - Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este’s Journey to India; conference: The Ethnological Museum - Paradigms, Perspectives and Projects, working committee “Museum” of the German Anthropological Association, Museum of Ethnology, Munich

 

07.2010

Gendun Choephel - Provocative Master of Contemporary Tibetan Artists; conference: Master-Disciple Relationships in the Interdisciplinary Discourse, Part 2: Humanities, Sciences and Arts, Institute of Art History, Department of Religious Studies, Free University Berlin

 

04.2010

Imperial Sightseeing - An Archduke‘s Trophy Hunt: Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Este Visiting South Asia; 20th Conference of the European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art, Vienna

 

10.2009

Indian Aesthetics between Colonial Museum and White Cube - Thoughts on the Representation of Religious Art in Museums; conference: German Anthropological Association, Frankfurt

 

02.2009

Berlin Researchers Exploring Central Asia; adult education centre, Berlin

 

02.2009

Basic Teachings of Hinduism; adult education centre, Berlin

 

02.2009

Ritual and Devotion in Indian Art: The Sacred Topography of the Shrirangam Temple according to a Pilgrimage Map; Academy of the National Museums in Berlin

 

12.2008

Eros and Beauty in Tibetan and Nepalese Art; Academy of the National Museums in Berlin

 

12.2008

Nocturnal Encounters - Couples in Asian Art; Academy of the National Museums in Berlin

 

12.2008

Palace of Gods: The Mandala in Tibetan Painting; Academy of the National Museums in Berlin

 

12.2008

Gardens and Palaces in Indian Manuscript Painting; Academy of the National Museums in Berlin

 

12.2008

Cobras and Elephants: Animals in Asian Art; Academy of the National Museums in Berlin

 

11.08/07

Basic Teachings of Buddhism; adult education centre, Berlin

 

10.2008

Art as a Visual Expression of Belief: The Example of Yama; International Workshop: Indigenous Theories and Religions in India, Institute for Religious Studies, Free University Berlin

 

06.2008

Masterpieces of Hindu Art in the Museum of Asian Art Berlin; Academy of the National Museums in Berlin

 

01.2008

Picturesque Views - Mughal India in Nineteenth-Century Photography; German-Indian Society, Berlin

 

02.2008

Collecting History: The German “Turfan-Expeditions“; Academy of the National Museums in Berlin

 

11.2007

Narrative Traditions in Indian Art: Ramayana- and Ragamala-Depictions; Academy of the National Museums in Berlin

 

04.2007

The Indo-Tibetan Development of Yama; Society of Indo-Asian Art, Berlin