Catégorie : Conférences

Conférence : James Hall, « Creatures of the Night. Nocturnal Art Making from Bandinelli to Picasso », Londres, Warburg Institute, 31 janvier 2023

[Rescheduled from 30 November 2022.] James Hall (University of Southampton): ‘Creatures of the Night: Nocturnal Art Making from Bandinelli to Picasso’ This lecture marks the publication of The Artist’s Studio: a Cultural History (Thames and Hudson) Drawing at night by artificial light became a crucial component of artistic practice during the Renaissance, massively increasing the mystique of the artist’s studio. It brought artists into line with scholars and the elite who had begun to eat...

Conférence : Roberto Santamaria, « Pietre ‘di diversi colori come l’arco celeste’. Il marmo a Genova nell’Età moderna », Florence, Palazzo Grifoni Budini Gattai, 25 janvier 2023

La conversazione riguarderà l’estrazione, il commercio, il trasporto e l’impiego di marmi e pietre colorate a Genova, in Liguria e dal Mediterraneo all’Europa e alle Americhe. Il porto di Genova, che assunse già nel Medioevo un ruolo preminente nel commercio del marmo bianco di Carrara, a partire dall’ultimo quarto del secolo XVI e fino a metà del secolo XVIII fu un nodo centrale di scambio di marmi policromi. In stretto accordo con il governo locale,...

Conférence : Machtelt Brüggen Israëls, « Renaissance Lives. Piero della Francesca and the Invention of the Artist », Londres, The Warburg Institute, 19 janvier 2023

Piero della Francesca and the Invention of the Artist – Machtelt Brüggen Israëls will be in conversation with Paul Taylor (Warburg Institute) and François Quiviger (Warburg Institute), at a free online lecture hosted by The Warburg Institute on 19 January 2023, between 5.30 and 7pm GMT. As one of the most innovative and enlightened painters of the early Italian Renaissance, Piero della Francesca brought space, luminosity and unparalleled subtlety to painting. In addition, Piero invented the role of the...

Conférence : Stephan Kemperdick, « Hugo van der Goes and Pictorial Logic », Florence, Palazzo Grifoni Budini Gattai, 1er décembre 2022

Hugo van der Goes is certainly the most important Netherlandish artist of the second half of the 15th century, whose works were coveted by members of the court as well as by the civic elite, ranging from Archduke Maximilian of Austria to the rich Florentine merchant Tomaso Portinari. His inventions and re-formulations of standard themes of Christian iconography became a source of inspiration for generations of artists. Starting in 1467, Hugo worked as a master...

Présentation : Stéphane Toussaint, « Mars et Vénus ou ‘Le Songe de Botticelli’. Présentation de l’ouvrage Le Songe de Botticelli, Paris, Hazan, 2022 », Paris, INHA, 23 novembre

Date: 23 novembre 2022 de 18h30 à 20h Lieu: Galerie Colbert (INHA), salle Perrot (2e étage), 2 rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris Deuxième séance des Rencontres du Centre André-Chastel (2022-2023) Mars et Vénus ou « Le Songe de Botticelli ». Présentation de l’ouvrage Le Songe de Botticelli, Paris, Hazan, 2022 par Stéphane Toussaint La National Gallery de Londres conserve un mystérieux tableau peint par Sandro Botticelli entre 1475 et 1485. C’est le NG 915. Aussi célèbre que peu documenté, ce...

Conférence : Maria Gabriella Matarazzo, Francesca Persegati, Fabio Piacentini, « A Pictorial Agon. Experiments with Oils in Mural Painting, from Leonardo to Vasari », Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana, 30 novembre 2022

DATE: Nov 30, 2022 TIME: 05:00 PM – 06:30 PM (Local Time Germany) SPEAKER: Maria Gabriella Matarazzo in conversation with Francesca Persegati and Fabio Piacentini LOCATION: Villino Stroganoff, Via Gregoriana 22, RM 00187 Rome. In person and online CONTACT: john.rattray@biblhertz.it The recent restoration campaign of the Hall of Constantine in the Vatican Apostolic Palace has confirmed that Raphael authored the figures of Iustitia and Comitas, executed in oil on plaster. This talk will situate Raphael’s...

Conférence : Sybille Ebert-Schifferer, « Guido Reni – der Anti-Caravaggio? », Munich, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, 30 novembre 2022

30.11.2022 von 18:15 bis 20:00 Als “Anti-Caravaggio” hat Carlo Cesare Malvasia, Guido Renis wichtigster Biograph, seinen Helden literarisch entworfen, und so charakterisiert ihn auch der Begleitessay der monumentalen kommentierten englischen Übersetzung dieser Vita von 2019. Dass auch die heutige Kunstwissenschaft es wie selbstverständlich als gegeben ansieht, dass da ein engelsgleicher Paradiesmaler einem gewalttätigen Naturkopisten gegenüberstand, liegt aber auch an den Weichen, die jeweils die ersten ausführlicheren Biographen der beiden Maler gestellt haben. In deren Selbststilisierungs-...

Conférence : Barbara Furlotti, Guido Rebecchini, « Giulio Romano : The Power of Things – Re-Imagining Renaissance Design », Londres, The Courtauld Institute, 28 novembre 2022, 17h

Dr Barbara Furlotti and Dr Guido Rebecchini will discuss their recent experience of curating an exhibition on Renaissance design at the Palazzo Te, Mantua. Inaugurated in October 2022, the exhibition includes objects in different media and the largest selection of design drawings by Giulio Romano assembled so far. Displayed in close connection with the palace’s mural decorations, the exhibits – which include drawings, prints, silverware, paintings and tapestry – bring to the visitors’ attention their...

Conférence : Cecilia Mazzocchio, « Black and White in Marble. An African Soldier for the Floor of Siena Cathedral », Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana, 16 novembre 2022

DATE: Nov 16, 2022 TIME: 02:30 PM – 04:30 PM (Local Time Germany) SPEAKER: Cecilia Mazzocchio LOCATION: Villino Stroganoff, Via Gregoriana 22, 00187 Rome CONTACT: john.rattray@biblhertz.it “The most opposite of all are white and black, since nothing equals the look of black ink against white paper.” With these words Lodovico Dolce (1565) conceptualised the two ends of the colour spectrum. But what was the period’s understanding of black and white when applied to skin colour?...

Conférence : Alexander Marr, « Holbein’s Wit », Londres, Paul Mellon Centre, 16 novembre 2022

16 November 2022, 6:00 – 8:00 pm Book tickets This talk will address the tactical ambiguity of Hans Holbein the Younger (1497/8–1543)’s art as a form of wit. In a number of important pictures, including The Ambassadors, Portrait of Georg Gisze and Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling, Holbein deployed verbal-cum-visual puns to draw attention to his sitters’ and his own ingenuity (ingenium). The productive ambiguity of his pictures will be set within the context...

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