The ARTL@S Bulletin is a peer-reviewed, transdisciplinary journal devoted to spatial and transnational questions in the history of the arts.

The journal promises to never separate methodology and history, and to support innovative research and new methodologies. Its ambition is twofold: 1. a focus on the “transnational” as constituted by exchange between the local and the global or between the national and the international, and 2. an openness to innovation in research methods, particularly the quantitative possibilities offered by digital mapping and data visualization.

By encouraging scholars to continuously shift the scope of their analysis from the national to the transnational, ARTL@S Bulletin intends to contribute to the collective project of a global history of the arts.

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Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 1 (2016) South-North-South

Front Matter


Le triangle des circulations artistiques transnationales
Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel and Catherine Dossin



Art Collectors in Network and Identity Narratives: Contributions to a Cartography of the Genre of Types and Costumes in South America
Josefina De la Maza, Juan Ricardo Rey Márquez, Catalina Valdés, and Carolina Vanegas Carrasco


Past Disquiet: From Research to Exhibition
Kristine Khouri and Rasha Salti


Les rues des tableaux: The Geography of the Parisian Art Market 1815-1955
Léa Saint-Raymond, Félicie de Maupeou, and Julien Cavero