Journal ARS

Editorial assistant: Veronika Kucharská
Editorial board: Barbara Balážová, Dana Bořutová, Ivan Gerát, Jozef Medvecký
Advisory board: Wojciech Bałus, László Beke, Heinrich Dilly, Marina Dmitrieva, James Elkins, Robert Gibbs, Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann, Jiří Kuthan, Sergiusz Michalski, Milan Pelc, Piotr Piotrowski (†), Michael Viktor Schwarz, Paul Stirton, Viktor I. Stoichita, Wolf Tegethoff
Address of editor's office: Institute of Art History of the SAS, Dubravska cesta 9, SK-841 04 Bratislava 4, Slovak Republic
tel./fax: 0421-2-5479-3895

Distribution: Orders and subscriptions from foreign countries through SAP – Slovak Academic Press, Ltd., Bazová 2, SK-821 08 Bratislava 2, Slovak Republic, e-mail:

Orders from abroad could also be addressed to Slovart G. T. G. Ltd., Krupinská 4, P. O. BOX 152, SK-852 99 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, e-mail:

Characteristics: The journal ARS is an art historical journal that has been published by the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava since 1967. It is devoted to the history of the visual arts and architecture in Central Europe and their European context from the early Middle Ages to the present. Papers on art in Slovakia and Slovak art are particularly welcome. ARS also provides a forum for articles that focus on the theory, methodology and the history of art history. Contributions about world art are also invited.

At the present time ARS is published twice a year, presenting papers in Slovak or in English, German and French with summaries in Slovak.

ISSN 0044-9008

The journal is indexed in:

Art Abstracts (H.W. Wilson); Art & Architecture Source; ARTbibliographies Modern; Art, Design & Architecture Collection, Art Index (H.W. Wilson); Bibliography of the History of Art; Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities; OmniFile Full Text Mega (H.W. Wilson), OmniFile Full Text Select (H.W. Wilson), TOC Premier; Ulrich´s Periodicals Directory.

A paper should have:
- text in a length of cca. 10 – 25 standard pages (18 000 – 45 000 characters with spaces)
with proportionately rich footnotes
- abstract and keywords in english language
- summary in a length of cca. 1 – 3 standard pages (1800 – 5400 characters with spaces)
- 10-15 figures in recognition of min. 300 dpi / 10 × 15 cm with captions

All rights of the producers of the pictures reproduced are reserved by authors of contributions.

Format of footnotes:
GOMPERZ, H.: Philosophie des Krieges in Umrissen. Gotha 1915.
RAMPLEY, M.: Max Dvořák: Art History and the Crisis of Modernity. In: Art History, 26, 2003, No. 2, pp. 214-237.
GOMPERZ 1915 (see in note 5), p. 25.
Ibidem, p. 26.
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