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

Appel à communication : Mining for the Earth-Based Sciences, Dublin, RSA 2021, le 1er juillet 2021, date limite le 15 juillet 2020

Organizers: Stefano Gulizia (PAN, Warsaw); Katie Jakobiec (University of Toronto) This panel is sponsored by the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (CRRS), University of Toronto, for the 67th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, to be held in Dublin, Ireland, on 7-10 April 2021. We warmly invite submissions and hope to select 3-4 papers for presentation according to the following outline. Between 1450 and 1650, in the aftermath of a great technological...

Appel à communication : « Gardens and Academies in Early Modern Europe », RSA 2021, Dublin, date limite le 31 juillet 2020

Session du Congrès de la Renaissance Society of America – Dublin, 2021 The objective of this session or series of sessions is to explore the place and role of gardens in early modern academies. Although research on academies has expanded considerably in recent decades (Vagenheim et al., 2008), little has been written about the places where they met, including gardens, with the possible exception of the Bosco Parrasio in Rome (Grant, 2018). How did an academy...

Appel à communication : Lost Works of Art in Print, Dublin, RSA 2021, 4 juin 2021, date limite le 24 juillet 2020

Panel sponsored by the Association of Print Scholars. Organizers: Claudia Echinger-Maurach/Anne Bloemacher, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster Considering the comprehensive literature on works of art lost during World War II, the absence of scholarship on lost paintings, sculptures and architecture from the Renaissance with special regard to their “preservation” in print is astounding. Prints play a significant role for our knowledge of lost art, yet all too often prints have been used as mere “documents” of such...

Conférence : « Everyday Dress and the Reconstruction of Early Modern Material Culture, 1550–1650 », Helsinki, 9-12 septembre 2021

Registration reopens in 2021 This international conference develops new perspectives in early modern dress and fashion history by asking two interrelated key questions: How did fashion beyond groups of wealthy elites develop in early modern Europe, and how can we gain access to the culture of lower social groups when so few garments survive, and sources about clothes are fragmentary? Combining archival, material, and pictorial evidence with experimental hands-on work and reconstruction, this conference explores...

Appel à contribution : « Breaking Conventions and Confronting Gender: The Multifaceted Relationship Between Women and Art in the Low Countries, 1500-1800 », Amsterdam, 2-5 juin 2021, date limite le 1er juillet 2020

In preparation of the HNA conference 2-5 June 2021, organized by the University of Amsterdam and the RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History, the program committee invites HNA members to submit proposals for paper sessions. The sessions are posted on the HNA website. Please submit your proposal(s) to the session chair(s), not the program committee. Applicants are allowed to submit multiple proposals to different sessions, but please inform all appropriate chairs about this at...

Appel à communication : « Painted Faces: Documenting the Frescoed Façade in Renaissance Rome and Beyond », Dublin, RSA 2021, date limite le 13 juillet 2020

In early sixteenth-century Rome, as the architectural language of grand domestic spaces was being further refined, elaborate façade fresco decorations became popular. These cycles, some of which were designed to root the structure (and its owner) in Roman antiquity and others which aimed to make a humble space more imposing, were celebrated in their day and even documented (albeit sporadically) by artists. This session welcomes papers that explore frescoed facades in Rome and beyond from...

Exposition : « Facing Van Eyck, The Miracle of the Detail », Bruxelles, BOZAR, du 24 septembre 2020 au 10 janvier 2021

« Facing Van Eyck, The Miracle of the Detail » Au Moyen-Âge, pèlerins et croisés partis d’Occident traversaient les territoires byzantins pour rejoindre la Terre Sainte. Ils y ont découvert la culture byzantine et l’ont diffusée à leur retour. Ce n’est toutefois qu’à la fin du XIVe et pendant le XVe siècle que les modèles byzantins ont commencé à devenir une source d’inspiration aux Pays-Bas. Des primitifs flamands comme Van Eyck, Van der Weyden, Memling et Schongauer...

Conférence en ligne : Eugenio Refini, Ariadne’s Threads: Reception as Cultural Memory and the « Remaking » of the Renaissance, Londres, The Warburg Institute, le 30 juin à 17h30

Eugenio Refini (Frances A. Yates Short-term Fellow): ‘Ariadne’s Threads: Reception as Cultural Memory and the « Remaking » of the Renaissance’  Tea Time Talks provide a forum for Warburg research fellows and academic staff to meet each other, introduce their research, and discuss some of the problems and questions that their work addresses. Please reserve a place by 5.00pm on Monday 29 June and we will send a link to join the online meeting. Source

Appel à communication : Symbols and Appropriations: « Constructing Identities in Early Modern and Renaissance Italy (1350-1600) », Dublin, RSA 2021, date limite le 3 juillet 2020

Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting Dublin, 7-10 April 2021 Through history and times, architecture has always been used to express cultural messages and a social status. Since the Late Middle Ages and then throughout the whole Renaissance, the rising and developing system of Italian cities took extensive advantage from the evocative symbols of classical and Christian tradition, and borrowed elements from the past to create “emotional” architectures. Thus, by constructing new buildings and urban...

Exposition : « Raffaello », Rome, Scuderie del quirinale, du 2 juin au 30 août 2020

Raffaello Il 6 aprile 1520 muore a Roma, a trentasette anni, Raffaello Sanzio, il più grande pittore del Rinascimento. La città sembra fermarsi nella commozione e nel rimpianto, mentre la notizia della scomparsa si diffonde con incredibile rapidità in tutte le corti europee. S’interrompeva non solo un percorso artistico senza precedenti, ma anche l’ambizioso progetto di ricostruzione grafica della Roma antica, commissionato dal pontefice, che avrebbe riscattato dopo secoli di oblio e rovina la grandezza...