Prof. Dr. Joško Belamarić


Institute of Art History, Split


Curriculum vitae:

Joško Belamarić (Šibenik, 1953), graduated from the Classical Gymnasium in Split and the cross-departmental studies in Art History and Musicology at University of Zagreb, where he then received his MA and PhD degrees. From 1979, he was an employee of the monument protection services in Split and, in period 1991-2009, the director of the Regional Conservation Institute for Monument Protection in Split.  Since 2010, he has been employed at the Institute of Art History, as the head of newly established Cvito Fisković Center in Split. In the same year, he was elected to the title of a Research Advisor. He is also a Professor at the Department of Art History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split. He has published a number of books and a series of articles and studies on the History of Art, Architecture and Urbanism in Dalmatia.

Wichtigste Publikationen:
Studies from medieval and renaissance art on eastern Adriatic coast I, Split 2001 (607 S.);

Studies from medieval and renaissance art on eastern Adriatic coast II, Split 2012 (695 S.)

Marsilio Zorzi e la fondazione della città di Curzola (Korčula) nell'anno 1256, in: Venezia, le Marche e la civilta' adriatica: per festeggiare i 90 anni di Pietro Zampetti (ARTE Documento, 17-18-19), Gorizia 2003; S. 138–147;
La chapelle du bienheureux Jean de Trogir, in: La Renaissance en Croatie, hg. v. M. Jurković, A. Erlande-Brandenburg, catalogue de l'exposition, Zagreb / Chateau d'Ecouen 2004, S.  135–156;
Gynaeceum Iovense Aspalathos Dalmatie, in: Das Imperium zwischen Zentralisierung und Regionalisierung: Pälaste – Regionen – Völker, hg. v. A. Demand, Berlin/New York 2004, S. 141–162;
Nikola Božidarević, in: Croatia. Aspects of Art, Architecture and Cultural Heritage, hg. v. Norwich, John Julius, London 2009, S. 110–121;
Gifts and Tears, in: Gift, Good, Theft. Circulation and Reception of Islamic objects in Italy and the Mediterranean World, 1250–1500. Symposium at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florence (10–12 March 2006), hg. v. Gerhard Wolf und C. Schmidt-Arcangeli, Firenze 2009;
Alberti’s pathos-formula in the Chapel of the Blessed John Giovanni Orsini of Trogir, in: Renaissance Studies in Honor of Joseph Connors, hg. v. Machtelt Israels und Louis A. Waldman, Firenze 2012, S. 221–228 und S. 796–777;
Tracking Colour. The polychrome stone sculpture of  13th century in Trogir and Split, in: Polychrome Steinskulptur des 13. Jahrhunderts,  Beiträge zur Tagung des Naumburg Kollegs vom 13. bis 15. Oktober 2011 in Naumburg/Saale, hg. v. Thomas Danzl, Christoph Herm et Annemarie Huhn, Görlitz/Zittau 2012, S. 21–30;
Where there is no illusion there is no Illyria – In the Hinterland of Split, in: Festschrift Gerhard Wolf, hg. v. Manuela DeGiorgi, Annette Hoffmann et Nicola Suthork, München 2012, S. 199–213.
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