Art

 

1. Series Guidelines

La serie Arte Textos del Servicio Editorial de la UPV/EHU tiene como objetivo publicar trabajos de investigación en torno al arte, tanto desde un punto de vista de la Historia del Arte, como de las Bellas Artes. Si bien se centra sobre todo en estudios localizados en el País Vasco, no se descarta publicar investigaciones generales fuera de un ámbito estrictamente local. Dentro de la serie tienen cabida estudios sobre todos los ámbitos artísticos, desde la arquitectura a las artes plásticas, pasando por la música y el teatro.

2. Start date

1998

3. Director

Ismael Manterola Ispizua

Licenciado en Historia del Arte por la Universidad de Valencia. Doctor en Historia del Arte por la UPV/EHU.

Profesor de Historia del Arte en la Facultad de Bellas Artes de la UPV/EHU.

Ha colaborado, como crítico de arte, en el diario Egunkaria, en Berria y en el suplemento Mugalari del diario Gara.

Gure Artea 2006, Bilbea y Hari askeak: ha organizado exposiciones denominadas de dialogos entre dos colecciones del arte vasco.

Entre sus publicaciones, destacan:

  • Hermes y los pintores vascos de su tiempo. Bizkaiko Foru Aldundia, Bilbo, 2006.
  • El capítulo titulado “Cuatro ejemplos de una obra única” del libro Acercarse a Oteiza. Donostia, Txertoa, 2004.
  • Gure Artea 2006. Erakusketaren katalogoa. Gobierno Vasco/Eusko Jaurlaritza, Vitoria-Gasteiz, 2006.
  • El arte catalán en Studio. Sala Studio (1948-1952). Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Bilbo, 2008.
  • Raemaekersen Marrazkiak: Britainiar propaganda Espainian eta Euskal Herrian Lehen Mundu Gerran/Dibujos de Raemaekers: Propaganda británica en España y el País Vasco durante la Primera Guerra Mundial/Raemaeker’ Cartoons: British Propaganda in Spain and The Basque Country during The First World War. UPV/EHU Argitalpen Zerbitzuak/Servicio Editorial. Leioa, 2012.
  • Bilbea eta Hari askeak: euskal arteko bi bilduma elkarrekin solasean. Museo de Bellas Artes de Araba, Gasteiz. 2014.
  • Nicolás de Lekuona. Estrella fugaz en la vanguardia de los años 30”. Texto del catálogo Nicolás de Lekuona, Galeria Guillermo de Osma, Madrid, Michel Mejuto, Bilba

4. Scientific Committee

4.1. Members

  • Miriam Alzuri Milanés. Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao
  • Amaia Arriaga Azkarate. Departamento de Didáctica de la Expresión Plástica. UPNA
  • Haizea Barcenilla Garcia. Departamento de Historia del Arte y Música. UPV/EHU
  • Iñaki Imaz Urrutikoetxea. Departamento de Pintura. UPV/EHU
  • Miren Jaio Atela. Departamento de Historia del Arte y Música. UPV/EHU
  • Susana Jodra Llorente. Departamento de Dibujo. UPV/EHU
  • Maria Teresa Mendez Baiges. Catedrática de Historia del Arte. Universidad de Málaga

4.2. Functions

La función del Comité cientíifico es asesorar en las propuestas de publicación que se reciban, provomer la publicación de investigaciones que sean de interés a la comunidad científica y universitaria y precisar las líneas de publicación a seguir por la serie.

5. Instructions for authors submitting original manuscripts

The author/authors must submit an application to the Editorial Service, duly completed, specifying the following information: personal data, full title of the work, scientific interest, target audience and possible commercial reach of the same. Also a brief curriculum of the author(s).

Works may be written by one or various authors.

Texts presented must be completely finished (indices, body of the text, notes, bibliography, illustrations, etc.).

Originals should be sent with 2 copies in electronic format: one as a PDF and the other in editable format (.DOC), to the Editorial Service e-mail at the University of the Basque Country (argitaletxea.erregistroa@ehu.eus / registro.editorial@ehu.eus). The Editorial Service may request a printed copy of the work if it considers it necessary.

The text should be written in Times New Roman, font size 12 for text, and size 10 for notes.

Images, figures and illustrations accompanying the text must be of good quality and in one of the following formats: ".jpg", ".pdf", ".eps", ".tif", ".ai", ".psd", ".hmp", and of high resolution. They should be sent on CD or other labelled media, indicating the title and programmes used.

In all cases, the original must conform to the standards set out in Annex I to the Libro de Estilo del Servicio Editorial de la Universidad del País Vasco. (UPV/EHU Editorial Service Style Guide).

6. Information on the manuscript selection process

The process for presentation and evaluation of originals will be governed by the principles of rigour, transparency and guarantee of anonymity of the evaluation, and will be carried out by means of the procedure of double-blind peer evaluation.

The evaluation process will proceed as follows:

  • The Editorial Service Managers will carry out the initial analysis regarding the suitability of the work, after consulting with the Series Managers.
  • Having passed this first filter, the Editorial Service Managers and the Series Managers, in consultation with the Advisory Committee, will choose two people as external evaluators specialising in the subject in question. The Editorial Service Managers will request the reviewers to submit their reports within a period of no more than sixty days from the sending of the original work.
  • On reviewing the external evaluation reports, the Series Managers, after consulting with the Evaluation Committee, will decide whether or not to accept the publication:
    • The issuance of two favourable reports would recommend the publication of the work, which may be subject to modifications based on the suggestions and recommendations contained in the external evaluation reports.
    • The issuance of two unfavourable reports would advise against publication of the work.
    • In the event of a conflict between one favourable and one unfavourable evaluation, a third report may be requested.

Once the evaluation process has been completed, the Series Editors will communicate by e-mail to the author, in the light of the aforementioned evaluations, the decision whether or not to accept the manuscript and, if accepted, any proposed corrections.

Should the work require corrections, these would be forwarded by e-mail to the Editorial Service Managers within a period of no more than 30 days from the date of receipt of notification of corrections. The author(s) will resend the revised manuscript, with the corrections clearly made and indicated.

7. Titles of this series