Auteur : Camille Dugast

Exposition : « Hugo van der Goes. Between Pain and Bliss », Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, 31 mars-16 juillet 2023

Hugo van der Goes (c. 1440–1482/83) was the most important Netherlandish artist of the second half of the 15th century. His works impress with their monumentality and intense colours as well as with their astonishing closeness to life and emotional expressivity. In March 2023, 540 years after the artist’s death, Berlin’s Gemäldegalerie will celebrate a premiere : for the first time, almost all of the artist’s surviving paintings and drawings will be presented in one...

Exposition : « Theodoor Rombouts. Virtuose du caravagisme flamand », Gand, Museum voor Schone Kunsten, 21 janvier-23 avril 2023

A l’occasion du 225e anniversaire du MSK, nous organisons la première exposition monographique jamais consacrée à Theodoor Rombouts (1597-1637), virtuose du caravagisme flamand. Rombouts avait une réputation solidement établie dans le milieu artistique anversois. Mais même si sa peinture fut hautement appréciée durant sa courte vie, son héritage artistique a rapidement été oublié après sa mort précoce. L’exposition dévoile la personnalité artistique de Rombouts et situe son œuvre dans une perspective nouvelle.   Une carrière brillante...

Exposition : « Dai primitivi a Filippo Lippi. Il nuovo allestimento di Palazzo Barberini », Rome, Gallerie Nazionali Barberini Corsini, 28 avril 2022-30 juin 2023

Da venerdì 29 aprile 2022 le Gallerie Nazionali di Arte Antica riaprono le porte delle undici sale del piano terra di Palazzo Barberini, completamente rinnovate e riallestite. Con questo intervento, a cura di Flaminia Gennari Santori con Maurizia Cicconi e Michele Di Monte, e progetto allestitivo di Enrico Quell, si conclude, dopo tre anni, il complesso riallestimento della collezione permanente del museo. Le 50 opere del piano terra, dall’Alto Medioevo al primissimo Cinquecento, sono disposte...

Exposition : « Antoine Caron (1521-1599) Le théâtre de l’Histoire », Paris, Château d’Écouen, Musée national de la Renaissance, 5 avril-3 juillet 2023

L’exposition présente le parcours et l’entourage d’Antoine Caron, qui a travaillé pour cinq rois de France, de François Ier à Henri IV, et pour la reine mère Catherine de Médicis. À travers le dialogue des arts et des techniques, l’exposition interroge la place d’Antoine Caron comme inventeur et fournisseur de modèles. La présentation d’un ensemble inédit de peintures, dessins, gravures, et tapisseries, dont la célèbre tenture des Valois du musée des Offices de Florence, permet...

Exposition : « Juan de Pareja, Afro-Hispanic Painter », New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 3 avril-16 juillet 2023

This exhibition offers an unprecedented look at the life and artistic achievements of seventeenth-century Afro-Hispanic painter Juan de Pareja (ca. 1608–1670). Largely known today as the subject of The Met’s iconic portrait by Diego Velázquez, Pareja was enslaved in Velázquez’s studio for over two decades before becoming an artist in his own right. This presentation is the first to tell his story and examine the role of enslaved artisanal labor and a multiracial society in...

Exposition : « Guido Reni », Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado, 28 mars-9 juillet 2023

The exhibition which the Prado is devoting to Guido Reni is the principal one in the Museum’s programme this spring. It will offer a complete reassessment of this great Bolognese master’s contribution to the art of his time, based on the most recent art-historical research and with a particular focus on the artist’s connections with Spain. The latter is evident in the collecting of his works by the monarchy and upper ranks of the aristocracy...

Conférence : « Genoa, Venice, and their colonies compared », Cracovie, The Bishop Erazm Ciołek Palace, National Museum Kraków/Lanckoroński Room, Collegium Iuridicum, Department of the History of Art of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, 1-2 avril 2023

Genoa, Venice, and their colonies compared, 13th to 16th century. People, Power, and Art. Comparisons between Genoa and Venice has been drawn, if at all, primarily from the perspective of the discipline of history. Both similarities and differences have been noted, but it has also been questioned whether a comparative approach is useful at all, positing the two sea powers as „incomparable”. However, the way in which Genoa and Venice established a system of colonies...

Appel à contribution : « Transgender Embodiment : 1400-1700 », York, University of York (Centre for Renaissance and Early Modern Studies), 2 juin 2023, date limite le 15 mars 2023

deadline for submissions : March 15, 2023   full name / name of organization :  University of York (Centre for Renaissance and Early Modern Studies)   contact email:  ezra.horbury@york.ac.uk   Transgender Embodiment: 1400-1700 June 2nd 2023 University of York, UK (Centre for Renaissance and Early Modern Studies) Keynote: Prof Melissa Sanchez (University of Pennsylvania) Transgender theory has opened new means of understanding transgressive bodies and identities across history. The publication of works such as Trans...

Séminaire : Lisa Di Crescenzo, « Questions of Émigrée Agency : A Florentine Governess at the Este Court, 1480–1491 », Londres, Senate House, 2 mars 2023

This paper spotlights Luisa Strozzi (1434–1510), Florentine-born patrician émigrée in Ferrara, to examine her decade-long court appointment during widowhood to the household of Eleonora d’Aragona, duchess of Ferrara, as governess for her daughter Isabella d’Este. Foregrounding her closeness to Eleonora and the duchess’s connection with the Strozzi in Naples, as well as Eleonora’s important capacity as regent, I argue that Luisa shrewdly exploited her position as governess and presence at court to intervene on behalf...

Conférence : Stephan Kemperdick, « Hugo van der Goes. Rationales arbeiten an visionen », Munich, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte / en ligne, 22 février 2023

Wann ? 22.02.2023 von 18:15 bis 20:00 Wo ? Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Katharina-von-Bora-Str. 10, München, Vortragssaal 242, II. OG und digital   Hugo van der Goes war der bedeutendste niederländische Künstler der zweiten Hälfte des 15. Jahrhunderts. In der Moderne wurde er zudem als Prototyp des „wahnsinnigen Genies“ wahrgenommen, litt er doch gegen Ende seiner Laufbahn an einer schweren Geisteskrankheit. Die Gemäldegalerie Berlin wird 2023 die erste monografische Ausstellung zu dem Künstler überhaupt präsentieren. Ihr gingen...

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