Catégorie : Actualité de la recherche en histoire de l’art de la Renaissance

Colloque en ligne : El culto de los santos fundadores, Buenos Aires, 5 novembre 2020.

09:00Hs. Jueves 5 de Noviembre 2020 – sesión de la mañana Moderador:  Julián Barenstein, UBA – CONICET   Mesa A 09.00 hs. Modelos para el ascetismo del siglo IV. Un contrapunto entre Jerónimo y Agustín Estefanía Sottocorno UNTreF   Palabras clave: ascetismo, cenobio, anacoretas, gracia. Resumen: El ascendiente de la tradición egipcia sobre las prácticas y escritos monásticos occidentales de la segunda mitad del siglo IV es, a estas alturas, indiscutible, amén de las gradaciones que cabe...

Parution : Francesco Freddolini et Marco Musillo, Art, Mobility, and Exchange in Early Modern Tuscany and Eurasia, Londres, Routledge, 2020

This book explores how the Medici Grand Dukes pursued ways to expand their political, commercial, and cultural networks beyond Europe, cultivating complex relations with the Ottoman Empire and other Islamicate regions, and looking further east to India, China, and Japan. The chapters in this volume discuss how casting a global, cross-cultural net was part and parcel of the Medicean political vision. Diplomatic gifts, items of commercial exchange, objects looted at war, maritime connections, and political...

Appel à communication : « Images du corps dans la littérature et les arts du Moyen Âge à l’époque baroque », Université d’Augsbourg, date limite le 30 janvier 2021

CfP : Congrès de la Société allemande des Romanistes (Romanistentag) à l’Université d’Augsbourg, 4.-7.10.2021 Images du corps dans la littérature et les arts du Moyen Âge à l’époque baroque : entre canons européens et hétérodoxies esthétiques Les travaux pionniers de Marc Fumaroli consacrés à la Respublica literaria ont mis en lumière l’existence d’une Europe moderne se manifestant dans la constitution d’une communauté intellectuelle paneuropéenne. Par le biais de la circulation du savoir, les élites politiques...

Exposition : « Highlights of Italian drawing at the Rijksmuseum », Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, jusqu’au 23 novembre 2020

Works by great Italian masters such as Raphael, Michelangelo, Carracci, Barocci, Canaletto, Tiepolo and Piranesi are now being exhibited at the Rijksmuseum in a display of drawings from the museum’s Print Room collection. The most exceptional drawing is perhaps one by Raphael that dates from 1519-20. In 2020 it will be 500 years since the death of this master of the Italian Renaissance. The Raphael drawing, with its use of just a few lines to...

Parution : Grażyna Jurkowlaniec et Magdalena Herman, The Reception of the Printed Image in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, Londres, Routledge, 2020

This book examines the early development of the graphic arts from the perspectives of material things, human actors and immaterial representations while broadening the geographic field of inquiry to Central Europe and the British Isles and considering the reception of the prints on other continents. The role of human actors proves particularly prominent, i.e. the circumstances that informed creators’, producers’, owners’ and beholders’ motivations and responses. Certainly, such a complex relationship between things, people and...

Conférence en ligne : Lorenzo Bartoli, « La sequenza biografica Ghiberti/Brunelleschi e le origini della storiografia artistica rinascimentale », 27 octobre, 16h15

Presentazione online di Lorenzo BARTOLI (Madrid) su „La sequenza biografica Ghiberti/Brunelleschi e le origini della storiografia artistica rinascimentale: FILOLOGIA e STORIA DELL’ARTE“ (27 ott, 16:15 CET) Registrazione via email (italzen@zedat.fu-berlin.de) Source

Parution : Michael W. Cole, Sofonisba’s Lesson: A Renaissance Artist and Her Work, Princeton University Press, 2020

Sofonisba Anguissola (ca. 1535–1625) was the daughter of minor Lombard aristocrats who made the unprecedented decision to have her trained as a painter outside the family house. She went on to serve as an instructor to Isabel of Valois, the young queen of Spain. Sofonisba’s Lesson sheds new light on Sofonisba’s work, offering a major reassessment of a Renaissance painter who changed the image of women’s education in Europe—and who transformed Western attitudes about who could be...

Appel à contributions : Animals and Humans on the Move, Viator, date limite le 16 novembre 2020

A Viator essay cluster, edited by Przemysław Marciniak. The relationship between humans and their nonhuman traveling companions changed over time, and over the distances they traveled. Who would Don Quixote be without Rocinante, or Alexander without Bucephalus? This cluster of short essays proposes to look at moving/traveling animals and animals as the companions of traveling/moving humans in the Middle Ages and early modernity. To move or travel might encompass physical travel in its various forms, such as...

Appel à contribution : « The body in political art in early modern times », Toulouse, 10-11 juin 2021, date limite le 1er décembre 2020

Body & Power: The body in political art in early modern times International symposium for young researches During the Renaissance, it became common to see bodies, both male and female, transformed and strategically exploited through artworks. Real or mythical, aged or juvenile, often bearers of a complex imaginary, they were conceived and perceived as metaphors and regularly used as propaganda devices. In early modern times, the representation of the body had a fundamental place in...

Conférence : Philippe Malgouyres, « Les bronzes italiens de la Renaissance au musée du Louvre : étudier et publier », Paris, Musée du Louvre, le 30 octobre à 12h30

Cette conférence qui aura lieu à l’Auditorium du Louvre est organisée en lien avec l’actuelle exposition du musée. Présentation de l’exposition  Grâce à plus de 150 oeuvres, cette exposition, organisée avec le musée du Castello Sforzesco de Milan, dégage les principales lignes de force qui cheminent dans toute l’Italie durant la seconde moitié du Quattrocento pour aboutir, au début du 16e siècle, à un moment d’apogée de la sculpture de la Renaissance. La représentation de la...

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