1°About main findings, a few extracts and some important recommendations of
'Transitioning to a Digital World - Art History, Its Research Centers, and Digital Scholarship'
report published on June 1, 2012 by The Kress Foundation.
2°About a new 'digital' international and multidisciplinary art history project entitled
ARTL@S 'Web Atlas of Western Art of the 19th and 20th century'
launched in Paris on June 7, 2012, an example 'just-in-time' for a follow-up of the Kress report.
Will the project respond to the many issues raised by the report?
See my latest post in 'Iconography in Art History'
<...an old kind of scholarship – building lists and works of reference.>
Charlotte Roueché in The Times Literary Supplement, N° 5650 p.32 July 15, 2011
<... between ... "everything included" and ..."etcetera".>
Umberto Eco: Introduction, 'The Infinity of Lists', 2009.