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Thinking in this way about how museums negotiate their cultural authority would contribute to opening up new directions of research in museums and material culture history, associated with the definition of the state, civil society and public space.
Histories and Traditions A majority of museum histories take on the form of portraits dedicated to individual institutions constructed in national contexts5, with the exception perhaps of the study of museum origins and early beginnings, which have been the object of 28 Anais do Museu Paulista.
Ellinor Bergvelt et al. Christiane Aulanier of the collections or to the topography and organisation of the display spaces this Christopher Whitehe- Museums have also provided the focal point for a history of disciplinary developments9, ad ; Simon Knell Germain Bazin provided a study of the birth of Germain Ba- zin Richard Altick James Sheehan , p.
Kenneth Hudson Jannet Minihan Marcia Pointon, ; Domique Poulot Most narratives about the history of museums describe it either as a ; Thomas Gaehtgens logical process of progressive democratization the passage from places of Carol Duncan and Allan Wallach Neil Macgregor , p. Flora Kaplan ; Daniel Sherman and Irit Ro- multidisciplinary, at the crossroads of cultural and material studies, developing goff ; Tony Bennett along theoretical lines provided by the social sciences and humanities, the James Cuno Randolph Starn But instead of the one-sided view of institutional success, another The subject of analysis would be the complex process that has been central bor Klaniczay ; Jona- than Conlin ; to the social life of things over the last two centuries, an acculturation of the museum Berward Deneke and Rai- by society as it developed a literacy of museums and exhibitions.
Jonathan Conlin to the role it played between high art and legitimacy, for example. What is at stake here is to write a history not of the institution of the Arjun Appadurai museum, but of the museum object that takes into account the most recent approaches , p. Over the past two decades the recognition and rise of used by Amiria Henare material studies and consumption studies, the anthropology of the material world or Alfred Gell ; social relationships — ultimately how inanimate objects can be read as having a Robert Layton George Stocking as Arjun Appadurai coined it.
John Brewer Lorraine Daston analyze the productions of artefacts as well as the mutations related to different uses ; Susanne Lehmann- and contexts. Sarah Byrne et al. Mary Anne Sta- display of specific types of objects. At the heart of this kind of project are the interactions between museum Bill Brown Nicholas Thomas money and use these activities to express ideals and life aims but there are also In order to achieve this, we need to locate the discourses and narratives that crystallise around the reference to objects, without losing sight of their material nature.
How do 30 Anais do Museu Paulista. Igor Kopytoff More specifically, Kopytoff focuses on the Jonathan Conlin cultural process of commoditization of objects — he wants to study which objects can Jonathan Crary constitution of this dichotomy operates within a moral economy.
The cultural valuation of objects creates individual- and group-specific ordering of spheres of exchange Walter Cahn This new culture of Christian Bessy and the museum was orchestrated by connoisseurship and by the scholarly discourses of Francis Chateauraynaud the cultivated in the name of the relationship between the ideal life of an object and ; Thierry Lenain This construction of the museum piece is an essential aspect of the procedures and Art History Even though work using such an approach may still be in a sense controversial and debated35, an appreciation of the world of the museum should greatly profit from their perspectives on the social role of material culture.
We must understand the system of singularization that places a certain number of objects outside of the normal commoditization process a process that nevertheless served to evaluate them initially and transforms them into museum pieces, even in a close relationship with the commercial world. On the other hand, art historians extract it from its physical site and display to only consider aesthetic or scholarly value, by developing a discussion of what appears as its intrinsic qualities, to the detriment of an appreciation of different strategies of interpretation related to its use in exhibition practices.
Finally, museum studies literature is mainly dedicated to the social history of the museum institution itself, and not the objects it contains — even though certain typologies of the multiple kinds of agency expressed in the complex long-term historical processes that contribute to museum collections have been published, often in an archaeological perspective.
Arthur Danto , obviously the institution may fail to recognize the true quality, but it always interprets p. Suart Hall Beyond the permanent character of museum ownership, how do 44 Cf. In the singularization process that sanctions Tim Barringer and the entry of objects into the museum the rationale of these processes must be Tom Flynn, ed. In general, the atlas of European museums is characterized by a kind of static image of these institutions, despite the fact that in reality they are anything but.
One can in fact observe considerable circulation of museum property in a system of exchange of temporary appropriations. An enquiry into the circulation of objects organized by museums at different levels and according to different objectives needs to be carried out as they provide important keys to understanding the classification, appreciation and the attribution of importance to objects. Inversely, certain objects are excluded from any loan system, endowing them with specific distinction, as they are considered as attached to the site of their conservation.
The displacement of objects from colonial settings provides another context for the definition of a hierarchy of objects to be saved. The political and legal discourses, but also in certain cases the religious considerations related to these cases, can lead these restitutions to be accompanied by specific rituals, that are important subjects for the history of values of appropriation.
We need to inventory elements of the answers to these paradoxes and these limits of the museums, according to ever changing frontiers, without indulging in the endlessly antagonistic issues related to restitution debates. The traditional corollary of any attachment to objects, of the success of any museum piece, is the production of copies, present since the invention of a long series of different reproduction techniques.
The copy has always occupied an important role in the art museum, in schools and art academies across Europe, as it 32 Anais do Museu Paulista.
Ingrid Vermeulen ; Ellinro Bergvelt et of the museum: as a compensation for immovability and regulation. In parallel, a al. Florence Rionnet reproduction of medieval furniture from Cluny that was sold throughout nineteenth- Elizabeth Emery the rise of the art market and art publishing resulted in a wide distribution of printed ; Bonnie Effros reproductions to the general public during the second half of nineteenth century.
Such phenomena are the clearest illustration of the idea that in the analysis of a 49 Cf.
Lorraine Daston For indeed the list of reproductions distributed at different levels across Europe provide a map of the cosmopolitan force of the museum piece, as one takes into Dianne Macleod In a certain sense, the sale of copies of Arjun Appadurai ; Joseph Alsop museum pieces illustrates how the museum diffused a set of values, and for example Miguel Tamen processes. Bruno Latour We know that the development of expertise is inseparable from processes Tonny Bennett of collecting.
The literature produced by collectors and curators and not only by declared museophobes has over time come to build an apparently inverted imaginary of the museum, which is in reality quite complementary to its official issues related to education. That of the museum as an expression of the refusal of knowledge Annals of Museu Paulista. Marcia Pointon and pedagogy, a space expressing values of intimacy and shows of expenditure, Anthony Smith taste.
Susan Crane Paula Findlen Going beyond Sharon Macdonald the role of objects within the realm of education, one need to take into account the and Gordon Fyfe We have yet some various researches Odile Vincent Because, contrary to the preconceived notion that the modern museum unified and ; Kate Darian-Smith The trajectories of museum objects Some museum objects can be qualified as frontier objects, to employ the vocabulary used in the sociology of science, in as much as they refer to different communities of interpretation.
The most obvious way of getting at this question is the definition of objects representing national identity, as can be analyzed in the case of collections established as the result of conflict with the aim of learning lessons from the past in a proactive manner.
In such museums dedicated to historical criminality one might ask oneself to what extent the explicitly pedagogical and commemorative ambition defined the type of objects collected — and how it is used either to maintain hatred of the enemy, to consolidate an imaginary community of resistance, or to make a universal statement for peace. An opposing case is that of museum objects that are supposed to provoke a sense of communion or at the least respect for the past and its actors; such as those relics and traces left behind by celebrated figures, great men in house museums turned into sanctuaries.
David Freedberg James Elkins In fact the relation to objects in museums is Wendy Shaw Dominique Poulot a journey, that may be accompanied by moments of fatigue and apathy but also b. Ian Jenkins The question of the entry of objects into museums more or less explicitly asks about a rupture or specific phase in the long life of images and objects: the history of the museum was for a long time understood according to the glorifying logics of collectionism or on the contrary as a narrative of reparation in relation to objects unduly seized and assembled.
The history of the movement of works between different owners and through different types of collections provides the starting point from which to begin any examination of the constitution of a culture taking possession and ownership.
The gesture of legacies and donations to public museum appears often through the texts that refuse or contest the principal of the public institution in the name of antagonistic values that are in reality complementary.
The contradictions between the meaning of an object in its environment and its place in the development of institutions such as the museum that become the ideal depository and shelter of all artistic industries, clearly became apparent at the same time as the development of nationalism in the first third of the nineteenth century — even if it its premises were visible earlier, as in the case of the collections of the Italian peninsula, that were being heavily bought up by foreigners, especially British collectors.
Discussions related to property and legitimacy were central in the formation of a new collective culture of ancient art, considered as a heritage of useful models for national schools of art, as much as for the progress of knowledge.
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