Dr. Simone Wille

Projektleiterin

 

Tel.: +43 512 507 44211
Fax: +43 512 507 44299
Mail:  simone.wille@uibk.ac.at


Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Transnationale Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts
  • Globale Moderne
  • Kunst der Moderne in Südasien
  • Pakistanische Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts
  • Routen, Passagen und künstlerischer Transfer im 20. Jahrhundert zwischen Südasien und Europa
  • Muster transregionaler, künstlerischer Routen

Kurz-CV

Seit 2016 Projektleiterin des vom FWF geförderten Forschungsprojekts Patterns of trans-regional trails. The materiality of art works and their place in the modern era. Bombay, Paris, Prague. Lahore, ca. 1920s to early 1950s (Projekt Nummer P 29536-G26). Ko-Organisation der Konferenzen Routes of Modernism: Artistic Mobility, Protagonists, Platforms, Networks zusammen mit Christian Kravagna an der Akademie der bildenden Künste und im mumok, Wien, November 2018, sowie Correlating Cultural and Ideological Positions: André Lhote, Paris, and His Former International Students zusammen mit Zeynep Kuban an der technischen Universität Istanbul, Dezember 2017. Studium der Kunstgeschichte in Wien, Innsbruck, Rom, London.

Aktuelle Publikationen

 

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Zeynep Kuban, Simone Wille (eds.), André Lhote and His International Students, Innsbruck: iup, 2020. 
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Bücher

Modern Art in Pakistan. History, Tradition, Place, New Delhi and London: Routledge, 2015.

 

Aufsätze in Zeitschriften

”A Transnational Socialist Solidarity: Chittaprosad’s Prague Connection,” in Modernism in Mirgration, Gregor Langfeld, Tessel M. Baudin (eds.), Stedelijk Studies, Issue # 9, Amsterdam: 2019.

“St. Margarethen: Ein Experimentierfeld der transnationalen Nachkriegsmoderne,“ in Kunst und Literatur. Der Literatur Raum im Bildhauerhaus in St. Margarethen im Burgenland, Beatrice Simonsen (ed.), Wien: 2019, Verlag für moderne Kunst, 8-13.

“History, Memory, Fantasy,” in Sohbet, Journal of Contemporary Arts and Culture, National College of Arts, Nr. 03, Lahore, Pakistan, 96-111. https://sohbetartjournal.wordpress.com

 

Aufsätze in Sammelbänden

“South Asian Artists at the Académie André Lhote,” in André Lhote and His International Students, Zeynep Kuban, Simone Wille (eds.), Innsbruck: innsbruck university press, 2020, forthcoming.

“Shakir Ali. The Lahore Art Circle. A transcultural contribution,” in Naya Daur-Shakir Ali and Lahore Art Circle, Salima Hashmi, Samina Iqbal (eds.), Lahore: Sangemeel, 2017.

Parul Dave Mukherji, Simone Wille, Khademul Haque, and T. Sanathanam, “Visual Arts in South Asia,” in The Modernist World, Stephen Ross, Allana Lindgren, eds., London: Routledge, 2015, 145-152.

“Politics of Polarization. The South Asian Subcontinent and the Euro-American Paradigm. Hamra Abbas, Humaira Abid, Naiza H Khan, Tazeen Qayyum and Simone Wille in conversation with Barbara Karahan,” in 100 Jahre/Years VBKÖ Festschrift, Rudolfine Lackner, ed., Vienna: VBKÖ, 2011, 163-173.

“Patterns of Trans-regional Trails and Its Relation to French Artistic Culture,” in French Artistic Culture and Central-East European Modern Art, Ljiljana Kolešnik, Tamara Bjažic Klarin, eds., Zagreb: Institute of Art History, 2017, 252-262.

 

Rezensionen

“Naiza Khan to represent Pakistan at the Venice Biennale 2019,” www.artnowpakistan.com, June issue, 2019.

“Lahore Biennale 01. Eine grenzüberschreitende, transnationale Initiative,“ in VÖKK-Journal, 2/2018, 10-13.

“Die künstlerische Moderne und vernachlässigte Initiativen,“ in Sabine Maria Schmidt, Sabine Vogel (eds.), Kunstforum International, Bd. 252, Feb.-März 2018, 94-101. 

“Specificity of Location,” in Personal/Universal, exhibition catalogue, Vienna: Hinterland Galerie, 2016, 22-23.

“Der Mythos vom Raum,” in Beate Terfloth, Placement, Berlin: Mies van der Rohe Haus, 2012, 9-12.

“The Power of Image and Text. Bani Abidi and Mohammad Hanif in conversation with Simone Wille,” Harpers Bazaar Art Arabia, Dubai, Spring 2012, 69-73.

“Trumping History,” in Bani Abidi: Videos, Photographs & Drawings, London: Green Cardamom, 2009, 25.

 

Lectures, Conferences, Symposiums

The Salzburg Summer Academy and its Early Transnational Relations, Salzburg Summer Academy, Galerie 5020, Salzburg, 21st August, 2019.

A Sense of Historic Possibility, Symposium: Of Restless Cities and Ingenious Characters, DAAD Galerie, Berlin, 10th August, 2019.

A Modernist Transnational Socialist Solidarity: Chittaprosad’s Prague Connection, ICAS 11, Leiden, 16th – 19th July, 2019.

St. Margarethen and the potentiality of trans-national postwar sculpture: Opening pathways for a radically new artistic subjectivity, Academy of fine arts, Vienna, 23rd December, 2018.

Towards Artistic Forms in Indian and Pakistan. Shakir Ali and Jehangir Sabavala, Istanbul, Technical University, 11th December, 2017.

Shakir Ali in Paris and Prague“, Rethinking the Modern trough Shakir Ali, Lahore, University of Art and Culture, 1.10.2016.

Co-organizer, conference: The Routes of Modernism. Artistic mobility, protagonists, platforms, networks, Academy of fine arts and mumok, Vienna. 23-24th December, 2018.

Co-organizer, conference: Correlating Cultural and Ideological Positions: André Lhote, Paris, and his Former International Students, Istanbul Technical University, 11-12th December, 2017.

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