AboutNikos Pegioudis is an art historian. He has received his PhD from the Department of History of Art at University College London (UCL) in 2015 with a dissertation titled ‘Artists and Radicalism in Germany, 1890-1933: Reform, Politics and the Paradoxes of the Avant-Garde’.
In 2017-2018 he obtained a DAAD fellowship for a postodoctoral research project at the Freie Universität Berlin which was titled ‘Cultural Transfer in Architecture and Urban Planning: German Architecture and the Making of the Architect’s Profession in Greece, 1930-1950’.
He has written various articles on the history of art, design and architecture in peer-reviewed academic journals and volumes. His main research interests are in German and Greek visual culture, architecture, the sociology of the avant-garde, politics of artistic professions, artistic labor and economic precarity.
- 2010-2015, PhD, History of Art, UCL.
- 2005-2010, MA, History of Art, University of Crete.
- 1998-2003, BA, History and Archaeology, University of Ioannina.
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Other PublicationsList of Publications
• ‘Bauhaus (R)Evolution: Blaupause für die Professionalisierung des modernen Künstlers?’, in Bernd Hüttner and Georg Leidenberger (eds.), Bauhaus – 100 Years: Critical Contributions and Perspectives (Berlin: Metropol, 2018), forthcoming.
• ‘The Designer as a Gesamtkünstler: Crisis and Transformations of Artistic Labor in the Early Twentieth-Century German Applied Arts Movement’, proceedings of the 5th Conference of the Society of Greek Art Historians (Athens, 2018), forthcoming.
• ‘The crisis of Intellectual Labor and the German Arts and Crafts Movement of the Early Twentieth-Century’, Istoria tis Technis [Art History Journal], no. 6 (Summer 2017): 33-55.
• ‘The Bare Wall’: Interior Design, Painting and Professional Politics in Late Weimar Germany’, Oxford Art Journal, vol. 39, no. 1 (March 2016): 87-106.
• ‘Visual Artists in Crisis: the Case of the Assoziation revolutionärer bildender Künstler Deutschlands (1928-1933)’, in Contemporary Art Historical Research: From the Late Medieval Period until Today [proceedings of the 4th Conference of the Society of Greek Art Historians] (Athens: Assini, 2016): 195-208.
• ‘Criticizing the Crisis: Intellectual Labour and Artistic Radicalism in Late Weimar Germany,’ Object 15 (2013): 27-51.
Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen and Jacob Wamberg (eds.), Totalitarian Art and Modernity (Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2010), Object 14 (2012): 90-92.