Auteur : Florence Larcher

Journées d’étude : « Patrimoines brodés du Moyen Âge et de la Renaissance », Paris/Sens, INHA/C2RMF/Musées de Sens, 4-5 mars 2024

Ces journées d’étude s’inscrivent dans le cadre d’un projet de catalogue numérique des broderies des collections françaises (1200-1600). Porté par le laboratoire Saprat (EPHE-PSL) et financé par la Ville de Paris dans le cadre du dispositif Émergence(s), il réunit une équipe de chercheurs soutenue par le réseau des musées de France, de l’Inventaire et des Monuments historiques. L’objectif de la rencontre est de réunir des historiens de la broderie venus de différents pays et spécialités...

Conférence : Alexander Marr, « Unknotting Dürer’s Jerome », Manchester/en ligne, University of Manchester, 29 février 2024

This is a hybrid event taking place online and on the University of Manchester campus in the Mansfield Cooper Building G.22, you can find the exact location on this interactive map: https://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/maps/interactive-map/?id=61 Albrecht Dürer’s material world: print culture in focus brings to campus three expert speakers: Jeanne Nuechterlein (York), Ulinka Rublack (Cambridge), and Alexander Marr (Cambridge). Each of these engaging, globally leading researchers will address topics related to key themes of the landmark exhibition Albrecht...

Colloque : « Drawing and Invention in Italy (16th-18th centuries) », L’Aquila, Fondazione Carispaq/Università degli Studi dell’Aquila, 28-29 février 2024

Outside the Center. Drawing and Invention in «Middle» and Southern Italy (16th-18th centuries) / Fuori dal centro. Disegno e invenzione nell’Italia di mezzo e al Sud (secoli XVI-XVIII). International conference organized by Michele Maccherini, Luca Pezzuto, Simonetta Prosperi Valenti Rodinò 28 February 2024 Fondazione Carispaq, Auditorium (Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, no. 196) 12:00 Greeting Fabrizio Marinelli, President of Members’ Assembly of the Fondazione Carispaq Edoardo Alesse, Rector of the Università degli Studi dell’Aquila Marco Segala, Director...

Journée d’étude : « À l’aune du droit : façades peintes et espace public », Fribourg, Université de Fribourg, 28 février-1er mars 2024

En tant qu’ornement, un décor peint en façade rencontre fréquemment la question du droit. D’abord parce qu’il est un augment qui s’ajoute à un patrimoine particulier ou à la somme des ornementa qui fondent la grandeur d’une ville. Ensuite parce qu’il porte à la visibilité la dignité de celui qui en fait usage – qu’il s’agisse d’un privé ou d’une personne morale – et, à ce titre, il contribue à affirmer ses droits et prérogatives. De ce point de vue, l’iconographie est souvent...

Appel à contribution : « Textile Materiality in the Early Modern Period », Louvain-la-Neuve, UCLouvain, 26-27 septembre 2024, date limite le 15 mars 2024

Shimmering or matt, thick or thin, opaque or transparent, stretched or flexible, flat or pleated… They are but some of the many characteristics defining the sensory dimensions of textiles, inherently associated with their materiality. Whether worn by a prince or prelate, wrapped around precious objects, or covering walls and floors, textiles were ubiquitous in the material culture of the early modern period (15th-18th centuries). This omnipresence, from clothing to architectural adornment, has granted textiles a...

Conférences : « Divino Giorgio », Florence, Medici Archive Project, 22 février-6 juin 2024

Ciclo di conferenze aperte al pubblico per il 450° anniversario della morte di Giorgio Vasari (1574-2024). Sede: Medici Archive Project, Palazzo Alberti, via de’ Benci 10, Firenze. Ingresso libero fino a esaurimento posti. Coordinamento e Organizzazione: Federico Giglio (Sapienza Università di Roma – The Medici Archive Project) Per informazioni: education@medici.org Giovedì 22 febbraio ore 17.30 Marco Ruffini (Sapienza Università di Roma) Problemi vasariani intorno alle Vite   Mercoledì 28 febbraio ore 17.00 Eliana Carrara (Università...

Conférence : Patricia Rubin, « Titian and the ‘Ethiop’s Ear’ », Florence, I Tatti, 22 février 2024

Thursday, February 22, 2024, 6:00pm to 7:30pm Speaker: Patricia Rubin (Institute of Fine Arts, New York) With a small, but significant or rather signifying detail – pink earrings – Titian colour-coded the Africans in his paintings. This consistent marking out of difference refers, however, to fluid and fluctuating concepts of Africa and that continent’s inhabitants. Occurring in different pictorial genres (portraits, poesie, and religious paintings), Titian’s Africans play different roles and have different subject positions. In...

Exposition : « Frans Hals », Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, 16 février-9 juin 2024

ON VIEW IN AMSTERDAM FOR THE FIRST TIME A selection of around fifty key works has been made from Frans Hals’ extensive oeuvre. These include works from the Rijksmuseum’s own collection – The Merry Drinker, Portrait of a Couple – and a number of special loans, for which we are extremely grateful. These include The Laughing Cavalier from the Wallace Collection in London, a work that normally never travels, as well as Catharina Hooft with...

Appel à contribution : « Artist and Networks – Friends, Collaborators, Contract Owners », Prague, The Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences/The National Gallery, 30-31 mai 2024, date limite le 31 mars 2024

Only in rare cases has the artist been a complete loner, more often we find him in the middle of a more or less complex network of social relationships. Because of his profession and livelihood, he had to communicate with contract owners, patrons, or superiors, and in his personal life he somehow figured in society – among friends, relatives, competitors, and collaborators. An individual’s network of social relations is best reconstructed on the basis of...

Appel à contribution : « Musica & Figura », date limite le 28 mars 2024

Musica & Figura (M&F) is a peer-reviewed, ANVUR-accredited journal published by the Department of Cultural Heritage of the University of Padua, in collaboration with the Ugo and Olga Levi Foundation of Venice. M&F aims at promoting interdisciplinary studies on the history of music and art and intends, where possible, to illuminate the relationships and connections between the two disciplines, however subject-specific papers are welcome. The main goal of M&F is to provide an intellectual platform...

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