Tempera painting between 1800 and 1950


15. März 2018 to 17. März 2018 00:00

Pinakothek der Moderne, Barer Str. 40, 80333 München

What does ‚tempera painting‘ in the 19th and early 20th century mean compared to previous centuries ? Which binding media were used besides egg? Why did famous artists like Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky or Otto Dix decide to work in tempera? And how can we discriminate tempera and oil paints today during technical investigations?

The conference will adress these issues, exploring them from the perspectives of art history, technical art history, conservation and scientific analysis. Participants can look forward to a diverse three-day programme consisting of lectures, poster sessions, full-day workshops and guided tours to the galleries. Further information on the preliminary programme and the workshops can be found on our website: http://www.doernerinstitut.de/tempera_2018/en/index.html

Please make sure to book soon because of the restricted number of available places, and to make sure you get your preferred workshop!

We offer the following fees:

EARLY BIRD fee (payment must be received until 30 Nov 2017): 180 € (regular) / 90 € (students)
Regular fees (1 Dec 2017 until 28 Feb 2018): 220 € (regular) / 120 € (students)

To register please follow this link: http://www.doernerinstitut.de/tempera_2018/en/anmeldung/index.html