Auteur : Juliette Brack

Colloque : « The Performativity of Liturgical Art », HNA conference, La Haye, 3 juin 2022

This session seeks to investigate the performativity of the late medieval and early modern liturgical heritage from the Southern Netherlands. As liturgical objects are endowed with a ritually instituted efficacy, they lead indeed to a reflection on performativity. The performative turn in the Humanities is in line with the renewed interest in rituals and their relationships to objects, artistic or not. This approach has opened new avenues of research in art history. In this respect,...

Colloque : « Indeterminacy in Netherlandish Visual Arts and Culture (1400-1800) », HNA conference, Amsterdam, 2 juin 2022

The art of the Netherlands in the early modern period is full of works whose meaning is not revealed at first glance, or whose interpretations by art historians have revealed all the ambiguity. Just think of Jan van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait, Quinten Massys’ Money Changer and his Wife or Johannes Vermeer’s Art of Painting to name only a few famous examples which have been deciphered by scholars in turn from a moralizing, allegorical, spiritual or...

Colloque : « Netherlandish Carved Altarpieces: An International Conference », en ligne, 12-14 mai 2022

Netherlandish Carved Altarpieces: An International Conference Center for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, University of Toronto Illuminare – Center for Medieval and Renaissance Art, KU Leuven   Programme   Organizers : Ethan Matt Kavaler (University of Toronto), Julie Beckers (KU Leuven), Hannah De Moor (Illuminare, KU Leuven). Speakers : Ragnhild Bø (National Museum of Art, Architecture, and Design, Oslo), Katherine Boivin (Bard College), Hannah De Moor (Illuminare, KU Leuven), Anna Dlabačová (Leiden University), Lynn Jacobs (University of Arkansas), Nicola Jennings (Courtauld Institute), Jacqueline Jung (Yale University), Elizabeth Rice Mattison (Hood Museum, Dartmouth College), Kathryn Rudy (University...

Conférence en ligne : Cammy Brothers, « Giuliano da Sangallo and the Ruins of Rome », Londres, Warburg Institute, le 11 mai 2022

Cammy Brothers (Northeastern University): ‘Giuliano da Sangallo and the Ruins of Rome’ Giuliano da Sangallo (1443–1516) was one of the first architects to draw the ruins and artifacts of ancient Rome in a systematic way. He played a crucial role in the Renaissance recovery of antiquity, and his work transformed the broken fragments of Rome’s past into the image of a city made whole. Giuliano’s inventive approach, which has often been mischaracterized as fantastical or...

Colloque : « Animal et portrait à la Renaissance, “De bestiae dignitate” », Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature / Musée national de la Renaissance – Château d’Ecouen, 16-17 mai 2022

Dédié au portrait animal à la Renaissance, le colloque interrogera les liens qui ont attaché bêtes et humains en Europe entre le XVe siècle et le début du XVIIe, jusque dans l’art du portrait. Car c’est précisément au moment où cet art connaît ses plus grandes évolutions qu’apparaissent les effigies animales individualisées, autonomes pour certaines d’entre elles. Dans leur quête d’individuation, dans la construction de leur propre image, les êtres humains ont en effet éprouvé...

Conférence en ligne : « Surprise. Carlo Crivelli at Ikon Gallery », Londres, Warburg Institute, le 12 mai 2022

Curatorial Conversation – Surprise. Carlo Crivelli at Ikon Gallery Curators Amanda Hilliam and Jonathan Watkins in conversation with Professor Michelle O’Malley Carlo Crivelli: Shadows on the Sky is the first exhibition in the UK dedicated to this Renaissance artist. It also happens to be taking place at a venue renowned for the presentation of modern and contemporary art: Ikon Gallery in Birmingham. Curators Amanda Hilliam and Jonathan Watkins will discuss the development of the project...

Exposition : « Carlo Crivelli : Shadows on the Sky », Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, jusqu’au 29 mai 2022

Ikon presents the first exhibition in the UK dedicated to the work of Renaissance artist Carlo Crivelli. Shadows on the Sky highlights his experimental use of perspective, trompe l’oeil (optical illusion) and sculptural relief to create illusions of illusionism. Such cleverness was conveyed with consummate craftsmanship and foiled by an extraordinary elegance. Crivelli’s paintings both suggest and undermine his own visual trickery to explore the coexistence of material and spiritual realities. Organised in partnership with...

Appel à communication : « Art in the Mirror of Philosophy », St. Petersburg Cusanus Society, date limite 1er juin 2022

Workshop of the St. Petersburg Cusanus Society: « The Doctrine of Nicholas of Cusa concerning the Beauty and the Aesthetics of the Renaissance » Workshop Topics : Between the Middle Ages and modernity: Nicholas of Cusa as a Renaissance thinker; The doctrine of Nicholas of Cusa concerning beauty and « the evolution of medieval aesthetics »; Medieval origins of Cusanus’ concept of beauty: the Corpus Areopagiticum, Albertus Magnus, & Llull. The position and significance of aesthetic views of Nicholas of...

Séminaire : Marc Bormand, « Autour des Esclaves de Michel-Ange : étude, restauration, présentation », Université de Genève, en présence et en ligne, le 11 mai 2022, 12h15-13h45

Dans le cadre du séminaire Actualité de la recherche, organisé conjointement par le Département d’histoire de l’art et de musicologie de l’Université de Genève et la HEAD – Genève, aura lieu la conférence : « Autour des Esclaves de Michel-Ange : étude, restauration, présentation » par Marc Bormand (Musée du Louvre, Paris). Le mercredi 11 mai 2022 de 12h15 à 13h45, en présence et visioconférence. Adresse : Uni Bastions, salle B 214 (rue de Candolle, 5, 1205 Genève) Lien Zoom : https://unige.zoom.us/j/68718123469 L’accès est libre et toute personne intéressée est la bienvenue.

Exposition : « Between Hell and Paradise: The Enigmatic World of Hieronymus Bosch », Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts, du 9 avril au 17 juillet 2022

The exhibition of the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, opening on 9 April showcases the art of the Netherlandish master, Hieronymus Bosch (ca. 1450 – 1516), who produced one of the most influential and emblematic artistic achievements in European painting. The Budapest show, with close to ninety works on view, is not only anticipated to become the most comprehensive exhibition of Bosch’s works in Central Europe ever, but also one of the most significant Bosch...

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