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ALBA PAGAN, ESTER

ALBA PAGAN, ESTER

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Vicerector/A
ARCINIEGA GARCIA, LUIS MANUEL

ARCINIEGA GARCIA, LUIS MANUEL

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

Departamento de Historia del Arte, Facultad de Geografía e Historia. Avd. Blasco Ibáñez, 28; 46010 Valencia (España)

(9638) 64103

luis.arciniega@uv.es

Biography
 

He studied at the University of Valencia and got his Ph.D. in Art History in 2000 with the Thesis El monasterio de San Miguel de los Reyes. Arquitectura y construcción en el ámbito valenciano de la Edad Moderna. He was appointed a Reader in 2001 and Professor in 2017.

His teaching is developed through subjects related to the Artistic Heritage, the art and architecture of the Renaissance and Baroque, and the application of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in teaching and research in Art History. He has directed many Ph.D. thesis as well as Master theses.

His research focuses on the Artistic Heritage, with special attention to cultural and visual aspects, and the heritage of public works. He has led and participated in numerous research projects. He has treated the reception of the works in its development, he is interested in how art was made, used and viewed over time. Currently, he developes this focus in the R&D project “Memory, Image and Conflict in Renaissance Art and Architecture: Germanias revolt in Valencia”, Ministry of Science and Competitiveness. He has participated in numerous conferences, seminars and congresses, and he has authored numerous publications linked to the artistic and architectonic activities in Spain in modern times.

He has been editor-in-chief of Ars Longa. Cuadernos de Arte from 2009 to 2014 and he is member on the editorial board of the different journals. He has been coordinator of the Doctoral Program in Art History (UJI and UVEG, with Mention to Excellence) from 2011 to 2015, and he has been head of the Department from 2008 to 2014. He is head of the institutional chair “Demetrio Ribes” since 2017.

BENITO GOERLICH, DANIEL

BENITO GOERLICH, DANIEL

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

Departament Història de l'Art Universitat de València Despatx: 316

daniel.benito@uv.es

Biography
 

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Daniel Benito Goerlich (Valencia 1955) has a degree in Philosophy and Literature (History Section) MEC 19/9/77, Doctor in Geography and History (History of Art Specialty) MEC 22/6/81; with qualification: outstanding cum laude unanimously, and extraordinary prize of doctorate by the Faculty of Geography and History in 1983.

Professor at the Department of Art History, whose faculty has been working since 1977. He has been Conservator of the historical artistic heritage of the UVEG from 1987 to 2018.

Director of the Patriarch Museum of the Royal Seminary College of Corpus Christi.

He has dedicated his research to nineteenth-century architecture, the conservation of cultural heritage, history, iconography and Valencian art.

BESO ROS, ADRIAN

BESO ROS, ADRIAN

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Conservador/a del Patrimoni Artistic

(9639) 83464

adria.beso@uv.es

Biography
 

Torrent (Valencia), 1967. Degree in Geography and History (1990) and PhD in Art History (2010) from the University of Valencia. He has developed his professional activity as director of the Museu Comarcal de l'Horta Sud Josep Ferrís March, from its creation in 1996 until 2013, which he has combined during this period with teaching as an associate teacher in the Department of Art History at the University of Valencia, as an assistant professor since 2013 and since 2018 as a senior lecturer. He has been an elected member of the faculty since 2014, where as such he has formed part of several university management bodies, such as the Governing Council, the Statutes Commission and the Faculty Board. Since September 2018, he has been responsible for the cultural heritage conservation area at the University of Valencia.

His lines of research focus on the study of certain manifestations of cultural heritage related to the landscapes where they are integrated, such as popular architecture, industrial architecture and the heritage of public works, on which he has published various contributions in specialized journals and collective works.

He has worked on drawing up inventories of immovable ethnological heritage (1994) and industrial heritage in the Valencian Community (1997-2005) and has been a member of the drafting teams of various territorial planning instruments, special plans, master plans for monuments and municipal catalogues of protected buildings and spaces, and has authored a good number of reports on the protection and management of immovable cultural monuments. He has participated in more than ten research contracts and in several R&D projects financed in public calls.

BUENO CAMEJO, FRANCISCO CARLOS

BUENO CAMEJO, FRANCISCO CARLOS

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Departamento de Historia del Arte

(9639) 83396

francisco.bueno@uv.es

Biography
 

[Biography, engl

Licenciado en Geografía e Historia por la Universitat de València

Licenciado en Historia y Ciencias de la Música por la Universidad de La Rioja

Doctor por la Universitat de València

Estancias en el extranjero: Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Milano-Trieste, Italia), Universitatea din Bucuresti (Rumanía), Universidad Islámica Azzad de Teherán (Irán).

Editor de Cuadernos de Bellas Artes – Sociedad Latina de Comunicación Social.

Líneas de investigación:

  1. Música
  2. Historia del Arte
  3. Estética.

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COTS MORATO, FRANCISCO DE PAULA

COTS MORATO, FRANCISCO DE PAULA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Biography
 

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CUELLAR ALEJANDRO, CARLOS ALFONSO

CUELLAR ALEJANDRO, CARLOS ALFONSO

PDI-Contractat/Da Doctor/A

Facultad de Geografía e Historia. Departamento de Historia del Arte. Aulario IV. Despacho nº 317

(9639) 83418

carlos.a.cuellar@uv.es

Biography
 

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DOMENECH GARCIA, SERGI

DOMENECH GARCIA, SERGI

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Secretari/a de Departament

Departament d'Història de l'art Despacho 319

(9639) 83332

sergi.domenech@uv.es

Biography
 

Sergi Doménech García (Carlet, 1982) es doctor en Historia del Arte por la Universitat de València (cum laude) con mención internacional. Obtuvo una beca predoctoral en el Departamento de Historia del Arte de la UVEG. Ha sido investigador en la Cátedra Demetrio Ribes e investigador de plantilla en el Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.  Ha realizado diversas estancias de investigación en diversos centros internacionales –entre ellos en el Warburg Institute, Londres– y ha sido profesor invitado en varias universidades de Iberoamérica. Es miembro de la Sociedad Española de Emblemática y secretario de la revista Imago que esta sociedad edita. En la actualidad es Secretario Académico del Departament d'Història de l'Art de la Universitat de València y coordinador de las prácticas externas del Máster en Historia del Arte y Cultural Visual de la misma universidad.

Ha dedicado parte de su investigación al estudio del arte iberoamericano, aunque no de manera excluyente. Sus investigaciones se centran en el análisis e interpretación de la imagen. Su principal línea de investigación es el estudio de las “prácticas, ingenios persuasivos y retórica visual de la imagen religiosa en el periodo barroco”, así como la continuidad de prácticas y expectativas de la imagen sagrada en la modernidad. Reflejo de esto último es su línea de investigación sobre “Imagen, religión y poder en la España contemporánea”.

FERRER ALVAREZ, MIREIA

FERRER ALVAREZ, MIREIA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Responsables de Gestio Academica

Despacho 419 (9639) 83403 Facultad de Geografía e Historia Avd. Blasco Ibañez, 28 46010 Valencia Tel. (+34) 96 386 42 41 (Secretaria Departamento) Fax (+34) 96 386 44 96

(9639) 83403

mireia.ferrer@uv.es

Biography
 

Mireia Ferrer Álvarez is Professor at the Department of Art History of the Faculty of Geography and History of the Universitat de València.

 

PhD in History of Art from the University of Valencia with the PhD Dissertation "Paris y los pintores valencianos 1880-1914" (2007). She studied at the Universitat de València, at the Université Paris Sorbonne IV, École des Hautes Études in Sciences Social in Paris and at the Institute of Fine Arts at the University of New York.

 

She has been teaching at the Universitat de Valencia History of Art Department since 2000-2001. Currently teaches in the Degree in Art History (Universitat de València), Master de Patrimonio Cultural (Universitat de València), Master Universitario en Historia del Arte y Cultura Visual (Universitat de València. Universitat Jaume I de Castelló); Diploma de Especialización en Análisis y Autentificación de obras de arte (Universitat de València); PERMEA. Programa Experimental de Mediación y Educación a través del Arte ( Consorcio de Museos de la Comunitat Valenciana-Universitat de València) and Master de Fotografía Universitat de València-Espai d'Art Fotogràfic.

 

She has directed as (PR) the Research Project (R&D) "El arte y su función social en las sociedades contemporáneas" and as a member of nine R & D Projects of the Universitat de València, the Universitat de Barcelona and the European Union.

Her fields of research are focused on Cultural Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Museum Studies, Artistic Heritage and Spanish and Valencian contemporary art.

FERRER ORTS, ALBERTO

FERRER ORTS, ALBERTO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Cap de Seccio-Servei

Departament d'Història de l'Art Avgda. Blasco Ibáñez, 28 Despatx 407 46010-València

(9639) 83924

albert.ferrer-orts@uv.es

Biography
 

Albert Ferrer Orts (Meliana, 1965) graduated in Geography and History -specialization in Art History- (1989) at the Universitat de València-Estudi General, institution in which he received his doctorate in 2004 thanks to a thesis that won the Extraordinary Prize of Doctorate in 2005.

He has been a Secondary Teacher (2000-2013) and associated PDI in the Department of Art History of the Valencian Estudi General (2006-2013), professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Chile in Talca, Chile (2013-2014) and full professor of the Universidad de Playa Ancha de Ciencias de la Educación (Facultad de Arte) in Valparaíso, Chile (2014-2015). Accredited by the ANECA to university professor in 2014, since 2015 he works as a PDI assistant doctor in the Department of Art History of the Universitat de València. Since September 1, 2018, he is the initiative leader of the Unisocietat program (vice-rector for Territorial Projection and Society, of the same academic institution).

His lines of research have focused on the art and architecture of l'Horta Nord, the architecture and the sgraffito decoration of the 17th century in the Kingdom of Valencia, the Carthusian history and art of the former Province of Catalonia, particularly in the Valencian area, and Valencian painting of the sixteenth century. Lately, he has also dealt with the origins of art history in Chile and some of its museums and collections.

GARCIA MAHIQUES, RAFAEL

GARCIA MAHIQUES, RAFAEL

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

Facultat de Geografia i Història Departament d'Història de l'art Av. Blasco Ibáñez, 28 46010 - València Despatx: 415

(9638) 64464

rafael.g-mahiques@uv.es

Biography
 

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GIL SALINAS, RAFAEL

GIL SALINAS, RAFAEL

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Director/a Titulacio Master Oficial
Especialista Pau

(9639) 83405

rafael.gil@uv.es

GIL SAURA, YOLANDA

GIL SAURA, YOLANDA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Director/a de Departament

Facultat de Geografia i Història Departament d'Història de l'Art. Despatx: 410 Av. Blasco Ibañez, 28. 46010 València (9639) 83402

(9639) 83402

yolanda.gil@uv.es

Biography
 
 Yolanda Gil Saura (1972) is a full professor attached to the Departament d'Història de l'Art of the Universitat de València where she has been teaching since 1999. She has been the academic secretary of the department, coordinator of the Degree in Art History and secretary of  Ars Longa journal.He has been part of the Board of the Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia.He has been part of the Board of the Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia.She is currently head of Art History Department. 
 He got his PhD under the direction of prof. Joaquín Bérchez about baroque architecture in the Valencian territories of the ancient diocese of Tortosa. Since then his research has focused on the art and architecture of the Spanish Modern Age especially the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. He has taken an interest in architecture at the crossroads of Valencian, Catalan and Aragonese territories and has subsequently turned his attention to the world of nobiliary collecting. He studied the cultural presence of the Austrian exiles in Vienna after the War of Succession, a topic on which he continues to work and that led him to make a stay at the University of Vienna. Ongoing research focuses on the viceregal court of Valencia and cultural exchanges with the Italian field, which has led him to make stays and give lectures at the universities of Palermo, Cagliari and Venice. His research has been framed uninterruptedly in funded research projects led first by Professor Joaquín Bérchez and then by Professor Mercedes Gómez-Ferrer. It is part of the project HAR2017-83070-P "Geographies of the artistic mobility. Valencia at Modern Times" and the group GIUV2013-055 Art and Architecture of the Modern Age-AAEM.
GOMEZ-FERRER LOZANO, MERCEDES

GOMEZ-FERRER LOZANO, MERCEDES

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a de Programa de Doctorat

Departamento de Historia del Arte Despacho 408

(9639) 83417

mercedes.gomez-ferrer@uv.es

Biography
 

Mercedes Gómez-Ferrer Lozano studied at the University of Valencia and got her PH D in Art History in 1995 under the direction of prof. Joaquin Berchez. She has also a degree on English Studies. She got a Master's Degree in Architectural Sciences in Conservation of Historic Towns and Buildings in the Centre d’Études de la Conservation du Patrimoine Architectural et Urbain de la Universidad of Leuven, Bélgium (1995), under the supervision of prof. Raymond Lemaire and Krista de Jonge. Professor of History of Art, she has been the coordinator of the Degree since march 2010 and is now coordinator of the Doctoraal Programme in History of Art. She has directed many PH d thesis as well as Master theses. She has participated in over 8 research projects, including the National Program I+D, with an actual project of Geographies of the artistic mobility. Valencia at Modern Times, as well as in international projects as the Mencia Research Project linked to the Getty Research Institute.  Her main field of studies is linked to the artistic and architectonic activities in Spain in medieval and modern times, in several aspects as construction techniques, works of art and architecture, artists culture, travelsetc. She has taught in several universities and participated in international congresses. She got a Senior Research grant from the Fulbright Comission for a stay at Harvard University. 

IZQUIERDO ARANDA, TERESA

IZQUIERDO ARANDA, TERESA

PDI-Contractat/Da Doctor/A
Coordinador/a Curs

Departament d'Història de l'Art Despatx 421

83404

teresa.izquierdo@uv.es

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JEREZ MOLINER, ANGEL FELIPE

JEREZ MOLINER, ANGEL FELIPE

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Departament d'Història de l'Art Despacho 318

(9639) 83013

felipe.jerez@uv.es

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LOPEZ BERTRAN, MIREIA

LOPEZ BERTRAN, MIREIA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Biography
 

 

Mireia López Bertran is lecturer (profesor ayudante doctor) at Departament of Art History

of the Universitat de Valencia since October 2016. She was graduated in Humanities by

the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in 2000 and received her PhD degree in History from the

Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain) in 2007. She specialises in the Phoenician-Punic

archaeology, with research interests in iconography, ancient Mediterranean art, embodiment,

rituals and gender. Between 2010-2012, she was postdoctoral researcher of the Spanish

Ministry of Education and Culture-FECYT and she worked as an Honorary Research Fellow

at the Archaeology Unit of the University of Glasgow. She undertook a project called “ Craft,

rituals and gender in the Punic Mediterranean: a comparative analysis between Eivissa

and Sardinia” . She was appointed Beatriu de Pinós/Marie Curie Postdoctoral fellow at the

Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona between 2014 and 2016 and she undertook a project

entitled “ Change and continuity in the cemeteries of the Phoenician and Punic world:

funerary rituals and conceptions of the body”.

 

She has also been awarded with funds from the DAAD

(German Academic Exchange Service) to be visiting scholar at the Eberhard-Karl Universität

Tübingen in 2006, 2010 and 2014. She has joined the Joukowsky Institute of Archaeology and

the Ancient Wolrd (Brown University) as visiting scholar in April-May 2015.

She has been involved in several national and international I+D+ i, and, she is also a member of the research group ARSMAYA (GIUV2013-09) leaded by  Cristina Vidal (Universitat de València) that deals with the documentation, value and diffusion of cultural heritage.  

Currently, she is working on art and iconography of the Iron Age Mediterranean from a embodied and gender perspective. More specifically she is specialised in coroplastic art from a material culture perspective.

 

LOPEZ TERRADA, MARIA JOSE

LOPEZ TERRADA, MARIA JOSE

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Departament d'Història de l'Art Despacho 320

(9639) 83661

m.jose.lopez@uv.es

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MARTI BONAFE, ANGELES

MARTI BONAFE, ANGELES

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs

Departament d'Història de l'Art despatx 414

(9639) 83409

maria.a.marti@uv.es

Biography
 

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MARTIN MARTINEZ, JOSE

MARTIN MARTINEZ, JOSE

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Cap de Seccio-Servei

Despacho 314

52159

jose.martin@uv.es

Biography
 

Graduate and doctor in Art History from the Universitat de València, in whose Art History Department he has been a full professor since 1997. Research stays at the Università di Bologna, University of Virginia and Université de Montréal

He has studied twentieth century Spanish Art; his first research dealt with industrial architecture and urbanism. Later he has researched visual arts, doing his doctoral thesis about Andreu Alfaro's (1929-2012) esculpture, and he has writen several monographs about him. Nowadays he is interested in Spanish Art after 1939 and, especially, its relations with ideology and politics; he also studies the academic institutionalization of Art History and the different fields of historical-artistic erudition before the incorporation of the discipline to university studies.

He has exerted as exhibitions curator and was Director of Universitat de València's Gallery and Curator of the Martínez Guerricabeitia Collection, belonging to the same institution. He is a member of the Valencian, National and International Associations of Art Critics (AVCA, AECA and AICA).

MONTESINOS MARTINEZ, JOSEP

MONTESINOS MARTINEZ, JOSEP

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Especialista Pau
Dega/Degana / Director/a Ets

Av. Blasco Ibañez, 28. 46003 VALÈNCIA

51001

josep.montesinos@uv.es

Biography
 

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MOCHOLI MARTINEZ, M. ELVIRA

MOCHOLI MARTINEZ, M. ELVIRA

PDI-Contractat/Da Doctor/A
Coordinador/a Curs

Despacho 422

9639-83924

m.elvira.mocholi@uv.es

Biography
 

María Elvira Mocholí Martínez earned her Ph.D. from Universitat de València in Art History. She received a fellowship at the Department of Art History of this university and conducted research stays at the Warburg Institute in London. After more than a decade of professional activity in the field of cultural tourism, in 2016 he resumed his teaching and research function in the Department of Art History of the University of València, where she currently is as an assistant professor. She is secretary of the Imago journal, edited by the Sociedad Española de Emblemática.

Her research concentrates on the study of the medieval image in all its aspects (relics and reliquaries, miniatures, etc.) to carry out an analysis and interpretation of it in its cultural context, with special attention to the sculptural imagery of Mary in the ancient kingdom of Valencia. Currently, he participates in the project "The iconographic subjects: Old Testament I".

OLIVARES TORRES, ENRIQUE

OLIVARES TORRES, ENRIQUE

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A

Departament d'Història de l'Art Facultat de Geografia i Història Avd. Blasco Ibáñez, 28

(9639) 83416

enrique.olivares@uv.es

Biography
 

Enrique Olivares Torres (Algemesí, 1978) is a doctor in the History of Art by the University of Valencia (2016) and an associate professor in the Department of History of Art. Has received several training grants in the Museum of the City of Valencia (2002); on the Department of History of Art of the University of Valencia (2003-2007) and in the Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia (2008), and was awarded in the V Award of Research Cultural Juan Bautista Cabanilles (Algemesí, 2005). Has been involved in the cataloguing and editing of exhibition on the work of painters from valencia, XIX y XX as Juli Peris Brell, Manuel Benedito and Manuel Sigüenza, as well as other art exhibitions in Algemesí (Salvador Esteve Toldrà and Leonardo Borras) and clothes of a local character. Also collection·worked in the realization of the guide of the Museum of Fine Arts in Valencia (2009) and is the author of the catalogue of the permanent exhibition of Adolfo Azcárraga of the Museum of the City of Valencia. Its lines of research focus in the study of manifestations of the rituals in field festive valencia during the Modern and Contemporary Age, as well as in visual culture studies, especially the origin and development of the visual representation of the war in medieval art and the baroque, the image of the hero and the pilgrimage of triumph. He combines these works with historical studies and artistic docal level in his native town, where he also serves as professor of secondary school in the specialty of Geography and History.

PATUEL CHUST, JOSE P.

PATUEL CHUST, JOSE P.

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

Departament d'Historia de l'Art Despacho 420

(9639) 83400

pascual.patuel@uv.es

Biography
 

Pascual Patuel is Professor of Art History at the University of Valencia. Degree in Geography and History (University of Valencia) and History of Art (University of Barcelona), Doctor of Art History (University of Barcelona). He is the author of books, reviews, articles, communications to congresses, curators of exhibitions and technical reports. He has dedicated most of his research activity to the artistic period commonly known as Last Tendencies, which covers the period from the Second World War to the present. The basic objective has been to focus the attention on the most innovative movements that have occurred within the Valencian Art, paying special attention to those artists or institutions that have had the best national and international projection.

This research line is divided into six basic blocks, which have been structured and concretized the dedication to this period that covers the last 60 years of Contemporary Art, in the field of plastic arts, architecture and urban planning. These blocks are the following.

A) Current artistic trends.

Basically it is destined to the study of the vanguards developed in the Valencian and Spanish period under study. Among the various publications we can mention:

Pintura espacialista valenciana (Revista Goya, 1991).

Pintura sígnico-gestual valenciana (Revista Goya, 1993).

El informalismo matérico en la pintura valenciana (Diputación Provincial de Castellón, 1997).

Geométrica valenciana (Diputación Provincial de Valencia, 1999).

Realisme Social Valencià en la Col·lecció Martínez Guerricabeitia (Universitat Jaume I de Castellón, 2018).

B) Studies on artists with extensive trajectory

This area is dedicated to study the monographic analysis of some authors with wide resonance and significance in the current Valencian and Spanish context. Some of them have already deceased and others have an advanced career, born from the late nineteenth century until the forties of the twentieth century. They have militated in groups such as Grupo Z, Grupo Los Siete, Parpalló, Movimiento Artístico del Mediterráneo, Arte Actual, etc. We can mention:

Vicente Pastor Pla (Diputación Provincial de Valencia, 1997).

Joaquín Michavila (Diputación Provincial de Castellón, 1999).

Javier Calvo (Generalitat Valenciana, 1999).

Nassio Bayarri (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, 2000).

Salvador Victoria (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, 2000).

Eduardo Sales (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, 2002).

Alfonso Pérez Plaza (Consorci de Museus de la Comunitat Valenciana, Museo del Puerto de Veracruz, México, 2002).

Agustín Albalat (Diputación Provincial de Valencia, 2002).

Antonia Mir (Generalitat Valenciana, 2003).

José Manaut (Generalitat Valenciana, 2004).

José Vento González (Generalitat Valenciana, 2005).

Fernando Peiró Coronado (Grafisa, 2006).

Salvador Soria (Caja de Ahorros del Mediterráneo, 2006).

Wenceslao Rambla (Generalitat Valenciana, 2007).

Monjalés (Consorcio de Museos de la Comunidad Valenciana, 2014).

Salvador Montesa (Generalitat Valenciana-Fundación Chirivella Soriano, 2016).

Isabel Oliver. 40 años de arte comprometido, 1970-2009 (Universidad de Valencia, 2019).

C) Valencian artistic groups and movements

It allows to study a whole series of groups and artistic movements of the 40s, 50s and 60s, where the development of the avant-garde in the Valencian world had been gestated. A special effort was made to locate the extensive documentation that his work had been generated among catalogs of exhibitions, monographs, diverse publications, statutes, letters, magazines, references in the press, etc.

Grupo Z y Grupo Los Siete (Revista L'Espill, 1991).

Grupo Parpalló (Revista Archivo de Arte Valenciano, 1990).

Movimiento Artístico del Mediterráneo (Consell Valencià de Cultura, 1998).

Los grupos Neos, Art Nou y Rotgle Obert en la Valencia de los años 50 (Revista Saitabi, 1995).

Asociación Arte Actual (Revista Archivo de Arte Valenciano, 1993).

25 años del premio de pintura y escultura Bancaja (Bancaja, 1998).

Salones Valencianos de Arte (Diputación de Valencia, 1999).

D) Thematic projects

These are publications that analyze a monographic and specific theme:

– Diccionario de Artistas Valencianos del Siglo XX (Albatros, 1999).

Paisaje Valenciano en el siglo XX (Generalitat Valenciana, 2002).

Música y Arte (Ayuntamiento de Valencia, 2004).

Arte actual a la comarca de l'Horta Sud de Valencia (CAM-Mancomunidad e Instituto de Estudios de l'Horta Sud de Valencia, 2003).

Repertorio Bibliográfico de Artistas Valencianos Contemporáneos Seleccionado y Comentado (Diputación de Valencia-Universidad de Valencia, 2005 y ss.).

La luz de las imágenes. Lux mundi Xàtiva 2007 (Generalitat Valenciana, 2007).

– Pabellón de la Santa Sede (Nunciatura Apostólica en España. Expo Zaragoza, 2008).

– Diccionario Biográfico Español (Real Academia de la Historia, 2009).

E) Modern Art Studies

It corresponds to studies related to international art of the period between the sixties of the twentieth century and the twenty-first century that have already taken place. They are the result of stays at the University of Toulouse and at the University of the Colorado State (USA). They allowed to access a significant volume of documentation and documentary sources that have allowed to analyze in depth this period. The intention is to offer, to the art students and people interested in these stages of art history, diachronic studies with historiographical criteria:

Arquitectura Actual (Tirant Humanidades, 2016).

Arte Actual (Universidad de Valencia, 2016).

F) Global visions about Contemporary Valencian Art

Architecture and urban development of the University of Valencia Blasco Ibáñez Campus (Presses Universitaires de Perpignan, 2014).

Arte Valenciano en el Franquismo, 1939-1975 (Universidad de Valencia-Institució Alfons el Magnànim, 2019).

PEREZ OCHANDO, LUIS

PEREZ OCHANDO, LUIS

PDI-Contractat/Da Doctor/A
Cap de Seccio-Servei

Departamento Historia del Arte - Despacho 317

963864875 (D)

luis.perez@uv.es

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PINGARRON-ESAIN SECO, FERNANDO

PINGARRON-ESAIN SECO, FERNANDO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
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Profesor Titular de Universidad. Premio extraordinario de Licenciatura y de Doctorado. Investigación centrada preferentemente en el Arte Valenciano de los siglos XVII a XIX. 

PLA VIVAS, VICENTE

PLA VIVAS, VICENTE

PDI-Contractat/Da Doctor/A
Cap de Seccio-Servei
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Sagunt, 1962. PhD thesis El individuo exterior. Figuras y espacios en la ilustración gráfica del siglo XIX (The external individual. Figures and spaces in the graphic illustration of the Nineteenth-century) (2007).

His research can be framed within the theoretical field of visual studies and, focusing on the historical interpretations of 19th and 20th century European painting and photography, aims to open the cultural connections between the history of Aesthetics and technical epistemologies. He took part in the I+D+i Project "The artistic life in Valencia (1880-1936). Sources for a dictionary of artists". (HAR2009-14480). In 2010 he published his PhD dissertation in the book ‘Graphic illustration in the 19th century. Functional and dysfunctional features’ (La ilustración gráfica del siglo XIX. Funciones y disfunciones). Since then, he has been invited to take part in the Workshop on Satirical, Caricature, and Graphic Illustration (ASCIGE) at the Nouvelle Sorbonne University, Paris and regularly collaborates in International Arts Festivals such as Incubarte (6 and 7) and Perifèries 13. Committed to making contemporary art accessible to all, he has participated in outreach programmes at the Cañada Blanch Foundation (Fundación Cañada Blanch), the Contemporary Culture Centre of Valencia (Centre de Cultura Centemporània del Carme) and the Valencian Institute of Modern Arts (IVAM). He has also published various critics of contemporary artists and develops curatorial tasks at the University of Valencia and the Casa Museu Benlliure. Valencia.

SEBASTIAN LOZANO, JORGE

SEBASTIAN LOZANO, JORGE

PDI-Contractat/Da Doctor/A
Coordinador/a Curs

Departamento de Historia del Arte Avda. Blasco Ibáñez 28. 46010 Valencia Despacho 406

96 398 3398

jorge.sebastian@uv.es

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Jorge Sebastian Lozano is Assistant Professor in the Department of History of Art of the University of Valencia since 2014, in whose Master of Cultural Heritage he had been a visiting professor since 2006. He has received research grants from the Real Colegio Complutense of Harvard University, in 2017 and 2018.

His research as a historian spans a variety of fields. He devoted his dissertation to the visual representation of gender in the Spanish monarchy of the Early Modern Age, publishing several articles and essays on the topic. More recently, he has dedicated special attention to the painter Sofonisba Anguissola, through various publications and collaborations.

Additionally, he has taught multiple courses on the application of ICT to the study and dissemination of historical heritage. Since 2018 he is Technical Manager SILKNOW, a research project funded by the European Commission (programme Horizon2020).

He has also organized many exhibitions and conferences about contemporary art, mainly in Fundación Mainel.

SERRA DESFILIS, AMADEO

SERRA DESFILIS, AMADEO

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

Departamento de Historia del Arte Despacho 313 Facultat de Geografía e Historia Avenida Blasco Ibáñez, 28 46010 Valencia

(9639) 83662

amadeo.serra@uv.es

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Graduate in Geography and History MA (Universitat de Valencia, Spain, 1986)

PhD (History: Art History) (Università degli studi di Bologna, Italy, 1988)

Research Fellow Spanish College (Bologna, Italy) (1987-1988)

Researcher Spanish Ministry of Education and Science (FPI programme) at Departamento de Historia del Arte, Universitat de Valencia (1988-1991)

Assistant Professor (Profesor Asociado) at Departamento de Historia del Arte, Universitat de Valencia (March 1991- September 1996)

Associate Professor (Profesor titular) Art History, Universitat de Valencia (September 1996-September 2012)

Full Professor (Catedratico) Art History: Medieval Art, Universitat de Valencia (September 2012-present day)

Visiting professor Universitat de Girona and Universidad Politecnica de Valencia

My main research interests are Late medieval and Early Renaissance architecture, Art of the Crown of Aragon in an European context; Reception of art and identities in late medieval Iberia.

VAZQUEZ DE AGREDOS PASCUAL, MARIA LUISA

VAZQUEZ DE AGREDOS PASCUAL, MARIA LUISA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Vicedega/Vicedegana / Vicedirector/a Ets

Despacho 418

95038

m.luisa.vazquez@uv.es

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Ma. Luisa Vázquez de Ágredos Pascual has a Degree in Art History and Journalism. Phd in Geography and History from the Universitat de València and PHD in Art History from the Universitat Politècnica de València.  Master in Development Cooperation with the speciality of International Humanitarian Aid by the Universitat Jaume I of Castelló. He is Currently Professor of the Department of Art History at the Universitat de València. Dean of International Relations, Quality and Educational Innovation at the Faculty of Geography and History of the Universitat de València. His line of research for almost two decades has been the material, cultural and symbolic study of color in Ancient Mesoamerica, with special emphasis on Mayan culture. His most recent research focuses on the binomial "Materiality and Meaning", applied to the colors, fragrances and textures of different cultures of the ancient world, with the aim of investigating the issue of sensory perception through art and the ritual (public and private). In parallel, his training and experience in International Cooperation has allowed him in his projects and research, mostly focused on the Mayan area (Central America), combining the binomial Cultural Heritage and Local Development. Between 2009 and 2014 he was an autonomic Vice-President of International Cooperation and Humanitarian Diplomacy in the Spanish Red Cross – Comunidad Valenciana. He Has experience in Central America (Mexico and Guatemala), West Africa (Burkina Faso, Niger) and Asia (Sub-Continent India), especially linked to groups of children and women.

VIDAL LORENZO, CRISTINA

VIDAL LORENZO, CRISTINA

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

Departamento de Historia del Arte Despacho 409 (9639) 83330

(9639) 83330

cristina.vidal@uv.es

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VIVES-FERRANDIZ SANCHEZ, LUIS

VIVES-FERRANDIZ SANCHEZ, LUIS

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Coordinador/a de Mobilitat

Departamento de Historia del Arte Avenida Blasco Ibáñez 28, 46010 (Valencia)

83403

luis.vives@uv.es

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