eva-march-2016ACAF/ART: Researcher Coordinator
Associate Professor in Art History,
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

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Doctor of Art History from the Universitat de Barcelona, she is a both a professor and the Docent Coordinator in the Faculty of Humanities at the Pompeu Fabra University since 2009. She was a member of the scientific organizing commission of the commemorative events of the centennial of the Junta de Museus de Catalunya (2008) and also the scientific coordinator, along with Carme Narváez, of the international seminar Narratives biogràfiques en la Història de l’Art (2011). She has been part of various funded research groups, the most recent of which is Cartografías analíticas, críticas y selectivas del entorno visual y monumental del área mediterránea en la edad moderna (ACAF/ART 2). She is the planning coordinator of the magazine Acta/Artis. Estudis d’Art Modern.

Since her doctoral thesis, which explored the art museums of Barcelona in the years 1900-1936 and was overseen by Dr. Joan Sureda, she has focused her research on the museums and collectionism of Catalonia of the first third of the 20th century. In this vein, she is author of “El Museu”, in the collection El Palau del Parlament (Barcelona: Parlament de Catalunya-Lunwerg, 2005, pp. 107-121); she is coautor of the book Cent anys de la Junta de Museus de Catalunya. 1907-2007 (Barcelona, 2008), and is author of Els museus d’art i arqueologia de Barcelona durant la Dictadura de Primo de Rivera 1923-1930 (Barcelona, 2011).

She has also published various articles and contributions in national and international congresses on Catalan and Spanish painters of the modern age, especially painters related to particular artistic movements. A reflective selection include her writings on Jusepe Ribera (Butlletí del Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, 4, 2000, pp. 35-47), Jaume Huguet (L’Art Gòtic a Catalunya. Pintura III. Darreres manifestacions. Barcelona: Enciclopèdia Catalana, 2006, pp. 92-121) and Velázquez (Interrogating Gazes. Comparative Critical Views on the Representation of Foreignness and Otherness. Berna: Peter Lang, European University Studies. Series 18, 2013, pp. 431-438).

Currently, and in a wider geographic frame, she is developing new methods of analysis of art of the 16th and 17th centuries. In this focus, and while she is preparing the critical edition in Spanish of Schilder-boeck (1604) by Karel van Mander, she has published Karel van Mander y el Libro de la Pintura, in Vidas de artistas y otras narrativas biográficas. March, E.; Narváez, C. (eds.), Barcelona: Publicacions i Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 2012, pp. 377-397).