The Giacometti Institute calls for applications for the 2019 School of Modernity Scholarships
L’Institut Giacometti, Paris offers a research program on the history of modern art: the School of Modernity. This programme aims to support original projects in the study of the art of the modern period (1905 - 1960).
Within the framework of this programme, the Giacometti Institute supports unpublished research on the modern period through access to its research centre, a scholarship and publishing support in the form of a book collection.
Cosmopolitan modernity in Paris is one of the axes of this programme.
Research grant from the Giacometti Institute, Paris
The Giacometti Institute Research Fellowship is awarded to support significant contributions in the field of modern art history. It is aimed at young researchers whose work focuses on the art of the modern period (1905-1960) and offers original perspectives because of the subject chosen or the angle adopted.
The winner of the Giacometti Foundation research grant will receive an endowment of 10,000 euros, covering all costs for the duration of the research.
The Institute offers easy access to the Giacometti Foundation's archives and the Giacometti Institute's library, as well as research support for the laureate.
Scholarships to support publishing - "Ecole des Modernités" book collection
Publishing support fellowships are intended for young scholars whose work focuses on the art of the modern period (1905-1960) and offers original perspectives because of the subject chosen or the angle adopted.
The winners will have their study published in the form of a book of about seventy pages, in the "Collection École des Modernités". They will receive a flat-rate remuneration of 800 euros. The Giacometti Institute will cover the costs of proofreading, editing and distribution and will provide 40 copies of the work to the author.
The Giacometti Institute offers easy access to the Giacometti Foundation's archives and the Giacometti Institute's library, as well as research support for the laureate.