Martin Krummholz

PhDr. Martin Krummholz, Ph.D.

Department of Art of the 19th-21st Centuries


Researcher at the Department of Art of the 19th-21st Centuries until December 2022.

Martin Krummholz studied art history at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University  (Mgr., PhDr. 2005; Ph.D. 2013). Between 1994 and 2003, he worked at the Prague City Archives and since 2005 he has been employed with the IAH CAS. He taught at the Faculty of Arts, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice (2008–2010) and Faculty of Pedagogy, University of J. E. Purkyně in Ústí nad Labem (2015–2019). He is currently teaching at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University in Prague (from 2011 on) and Faculty of Arts, Palacký University in Olomouc (from 2019 on). His research interests include early-modern-era architecture, landscape parks and sculpture at the turn of the 20th century. He prepared exhibitions Stanislav Sucharda (1866–1916) – Museum of East Bohemia in Hradec Králové (2007), Clam-Gallasův palác. Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach. Architektura, výzdoba, život rezidence – Prague City Archives (2007), Stanislav Sucharda (1866–1916). Tvůrčí proces – National Gallery Prague (2019/2020) and co-curated Metamorfózy politiky. Pražské pomníky 19. století – National Gallery Prague / Prague City Archives (2013/2014). He is the principal investigator for the project Stopy tvorby. Dědictví velkých sochařů první poloviny 20. století. Restaurování a péče o sochařské památky ze sádry (NAKI, 20162019) and he has prepared the exhibition  Stanislav Sucharda (1866–1916). Tvůrčí proces as well as Sucharda's monograph. Krummholz is also a co-investigator for the project Krásný Dvůr in the context of European landscape gardens(GAČR, 20182020).

Research outputs (selection):

Martin Krummholz, Pomníky českých dějin ve středoevropském kontextu, in: Adriana Primusová – Petr Wittlich – Kateřina Kuthanová – Martin Krummholz – Jakub Ďoubal, Šaloun. Dotek osudu. The Touch of the Fate, Kutná Hora 2018, pp. 48–68.

Martin Krummholz, František Palacký im Prager Pantheon und auf dem Platz, in: Wiener Jahrbuch für Kunstgeschichte LXIII/LXIV, 2017, pp. 467–480.

Martin Krummholz, Zámek Troja, Praha 2017.

Martin Krummholz, Habsburgische Propaganda des kaiserlichen Botschafters am päpstlichen Hof am Beispiel der Gesandten Johann Wenzel von Gallas (1714 – 1719), in: Werner Telesko (ed.), Die Repräsentation der Habsburg-Lothringischen Dynastie in Musik, visuellen Medien und Architektur / Representing the Habsburg-Lorraine Dynasty in Music, Visual Media and Architecture. 1618–1918, Wien – Köln – Weimar 2017, pp. 263–283.

Martin Krummholz, Das Mäzenatentum des Grafen Johann Wenzel von Gallas und seine Festivitäten in Rom 1714–1719, in: Frühneuzeit-Info XXVII, 2016, pp. 35–53.

Martin Krummholz, Vídeňsky orientovaná architektura kolem roku 1700 a Giovanni Battista Alliprandi; Dispozice barokní profánní architektury v Čechách; Štuk a architektura v Čechách, in: Petr Macek - Richard Biegel - Jakub Bachtík (eds.), Barokní architektura v Čechách, Praha 2015, pp. 227–247; 603–611; 641–651.

Martin Krummholz, Antonio Porta and Seventeenth-Century Central European Architecture, in: RIHA Journal 0118 | 23 March 2015.

Martin Krummholz, Schloss- und Palaisbau des Adels im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert, in: Gerhard Amerer – Elisabeth Lobenwein – Martin Scheutz (edd.), Adel im 18. Jahrhundert. Umrisse einer sozialen Gruppe in der Krise, Wien 2015, pp. 283–317.

Martin Krummholz, Baroque stucco in Bohemia and Moravia, in: Christine Casey – Conor Lucey (edd.), Decorative plasterwork in Ireland and Europe. Ornament and the Early Modern Interior, Dublin 2012, pp. 93–110.

Martin Krummholz, Buquoyské Nové Hrady. Počátky krajinných parků v Čechách, Praha 2012.

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