Curatorial Research Fellowship in Rome - Bibliotheca Hertziana

Claude,  A View in Rome , 1632, Bought, 1890 © NATIONAL GALLERY

Claude, A View in Rome, 1632, Bought, 1890 © NATIONAL GALLERY

Curatorial Research Fellowship in Rome

The Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History in Rome offers Curatorial Research Fellowships with a duration of three months to museums curators for projects on Italian art history from Late Antiquity to the present day in the context of their retrospective museum activities (e.g. curatorial research for the preparation of an exhibition or the editing of an inventory catalogue). A correlation to the current research priorities of the Bibliotheca Hertziana is welcome.

 Curatorial Research Fellows receive a monthly expense allowance of approximately 1.750 € and are granted full access to all research resources of the Bibliotheca Hertziana. They are expected to reside in Rome for the duration of the fellowship and to actively take part in the institute’s scientific life.

Museum-employed researchers who do not reside in Rome or the surrounding area are eligible to apply. Applications must include a summary of the candidate’s research project (max.3 pages), CV and list of publications, and an indication of the desired grant period. Applications must be submitted via email to Susanne Kubersky-Piredda.

 Application deadline for the 2020 grants: 15 September 2019

For further details please refer to the Bibliotheca Hertziana webiste here