Research

Hanne Kolind Poulsen, senior research curator

The Collection and Research department
Tel.: +4525527217
E-mail: hanne.kolind_@_smk.dk

Research area

Italian, German, Dutch and Danish drawings and graphic art from the period 1400-1700

The curriculum vitae of Hanne Kolind Poulsen

Selected publications

Flowers and World Views, ed. Eva de la Fuente Pedersen and Hanne Kolind Poulsen, Statens Museum for Kunst, 2013

"The Green Florilegium / Das Grüne Florilegium", in: The Green Florilegium / Das Grüne Florilegium, München, London, New York (Prestel Verlag) 2013, p. 15-35.

Hanne Kolind Poulsen & Henrik Holm: Nature Strikes Back. Man and Nature in Western Art, National Gallery of Denmark, 2009.

”Faith and visual communication in the Netherlands of the sixteenth centuryOn a drawing by Maarten van Heemskerck in the Royal Collection of Prints and Drawings”, SMK Art Journal, ed. Peter Nørgaard Larsen, National Gallery of Denmark, 2008, 6-31.

“Between Convention, Likeness and Iconicity: Cranach’s Portraits and Luther’s Thoughts on Images”, i: red. Andreas Tacke , Lucas Cranach 1553-2003. Wittenberger Tagungsbeiträge anlässlich des 450. Todesjahres Lucas Cranach des Âlteren (Schriften der Luthergedenkstätten Sachsen-Anhalt, Bd. 6), Leipzig (Evangelische Verlaganstalt) 2006, p. 205-216.

”Branding King Frederik II: On Melchior Lorck’s engraved portrait of Frederik II”, SMK Art Journal, 2006, p. 23-35.

"Mode and Meaning. The Frescoes of Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone in the Cathedral of Cremona", Analecta Romana Instituti Danici, vol. 29, 2003, p. 119-153.

All publications

Exhibitions

Flowers and World Views, Statens Museum for Kunst, 22.3 – 20.10.2013 (in collaboration with Eva de la Fuente Pedersen)

Woodcuts – from Dürer to Tal R, Statens Museum for Kunst, 16.4 – 21.8.2011

Nature Strikes Back. Man and Nature in Western Art, National Gallery of Denmark, 10.10.2009 – 5.4.2010 (in collaboration with Henrik Holm).

A View of a Foreign Culture. Melchior Lorck in Turkey 1555-59, National Gallery of Denmark, 18.4 – 5.8.2008.

Cranach, National Gallery of Denmark, 26.4 – 8.9.2002.

Kunsten i billedet, Kunstmuseet Køge Skitsesamling, 12.10.1996 – 2.2.1997.

Contributions to conferences and seminars

"Kan et billede være synligt?". At se det usynlige! Fremstillinger af synligt og usynligt i kunst, Statens Museum for Kunst, 2.5.2012

"Kunst og knuder i renæssancen. Om Albrecht Dürers Sechs Knoten som kunstnerselvfremstilling". Inaugural Conference for The Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies, Copenhagen, 10-12.10.2012

“Bending and Breaching the Boundaries of Flower Painting: An investigation into the careers of Hans Simon Holtzbecker and Maria Sibylla Merian, two unusual flower painters”. Crossing boundaries. Historians of Netherlandish Art Conference, Amsterdam 27-29.5.2010.

”The Gottorfer Codex: History, Documentation, Conservation and Future Use” (in collaboration with conservator Niels Borring). Care and Conservation of Manuscripts Eleventh international seminar, Unviersity of Copenhagen 24-25.4.2008.

”Dronning Dorothea som kunstmæcen”. Lærde kvinder i renæssancen, Århus University (i collaboration with Kvindemuseet, Århus), Århus, 24.11.2006.

“A Tribute to the Reformation: Hesselagergård in a Lutheran perspective”. Reframing the Danish Renaissance. Problems and Prospects in a European Perspective. Nationalmuseet, Copenhagen, 28.9 – 1.10.2006.

“Queen Dorothea of Denmark celebrating her dead husband – and herself!”. Constructions of Death, Mourning, and Memory, Woodcliff Lake Hilton, Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey – 27-29.10.2006.

”Billedkunst og reformation: Luthers billedkoncept og Cranachs praksis”. Guest lecture at Institut for Kirkehistorie, University of Copenhagen, 27.2.2006.

”Reformationen og billedkunsten. Billedets nye rolle i kirke og samfund”. Reformationshistorie i interdisciplinær og international belysning, Institut for Kirkehistorie, University of Copenhagen, 3.11.2005.

”Branding Frederik II: Om Melchior Lorcks kobberstik-portræt af Frederik II (1582)”. Frederik II som mæcen. Kronborg (Helsingør) 20.5.2005.

”Blanding og betydning: Om groteske træk i Lucas Cranach den Ældres værk”. Blandinger. Seminar at Kunst- og Kulturvidenskab, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, 19-20.5.2005.

”Images as Memory: Luther, Cranach and the Notion of Merckbilder”. Orality and Literacy III: Memory, International Conference, Rice University, Houston, Texas, 10-12.10.2003.

”Between Convention, Likeness, and Iconicity: Cranach’s Portraits and Luther’s Thoughts on Images”. Cranach-Tagung, Wittenberg 25-27.9.2003.

”The Gaze of Venus and the Choice of Redemption: Cranach's "Venus and Cupid Stealing Honey" read in the Light of Luther's Thoughts on Images”. Cranach. Zwischen Mythologie und Moderne, Warburg-Haus (Universität Hamburg), Hamburg 6.11.2002.

"Lucas Cranach den Ældre og hans værksted: En diskussion af kunsthistoriens traditionelle autenticitetsbegreb". Værksted: Forlæg og stil - ikonografi og program, Det 18. nordiske ikonografiske Symposium, Kalundborg, 30.8 – 3.9.2002.

"Obtrusive Pictures: On the Baroque Tendencies in Italian Art at the Beginning of 16th Century”. 1. Internationales Leipziger Kolloquium zur italenischen Renaissance, Institut für Kunstgeschichte der Universität Leipzig, Leipzig 14-15.10.2000.

"Det ræsonnerede katalog og den ny kunsthistorie". Dansk Kunsthistorikerforenings Årskongres, Copenhagen, 26.2.2000.

"The Abbess Gioanna da Piacenza, Correggio, and the Camera di San Paolo: The Invention of a Visual Language". Women Art Patrons: Past and Present, The New York Public Library, New York, 18-20.3.1999.

”Om en udarbejdet kunsthistorisk bibliografi og monumentregistrant over Colli Albani nær Rom: struktur, teoretiske grundlag og funktion”. Nuovi studi sui Colli Albani, The Danish Institute in Rome, Rome 18-20.1.1999.

"On the Baroque Tendencies in the Work of G.A. da Pordenone, 1484-1539". Images of Cult and Images of Devotion. Det 14. nordiske ikonografiske Symposium, Sandbjerg Gods, 27-31.8.1994.

Other activities and spheres of interest

  • 1993-2013 member of the editorial board of Periskop. Forum for kunsthistorisk debat
  • From 2005 member of the steering committee of the Research Network on Reformation History (Reformationshistorisk Forskningsnetværk)
  • 2006-10 external examiner in Art History at Copenhagen and Aarhus Universites
  • 2008-12 member of Kulturministeriets Kulturtidsskriftstøtteudvalg (the Danish Ministry of Culture’s committee on subsidies for cultural journals)
  • From 2013 member of the steering committee of Center for Renaissance Studies, Copenhagen University
  • From 2013 member of the steering committee for Copenhagen Consortium - Kuratorisk Forum, Copenhagen University
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