Catégorie : Conférences

Conférence : Rubens, un Flamand européen, diplomate, humaniste, 14 mai 2024, Nadeije Laneyrie-Dagen, Centre Panthéon, Conférence du mardi de l’Association des Historiens, Centre André Chastel

Dans le cadre des Conférences du mardi à Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, le Cycle 2023/2024, propose une 17e conférence sur Rubens, se tenant au Centre Panthéon, 12 place du panthéon, amphithéâtre 2B, entre 18h et 19h45, le mardi 14 mai. Il accueille Nadeije Laneyrie-Dagen, professeur à l’ENS.   A propos des Mardis de l’Association des Historiens : Pour les arts en Europe, le XVIIe siècle fut un siècle propice. Quels furent les principaux foyers de cette floraison...

Conférence : Renaissance Lives – ‘Ulisse Aldrovandi Naturalist and Collector’, 19 avril 2024, en ligne, Warburg Institute

Ulisse Aldrovandi Naturalist and Collector Peter Mason in conversation with David Lines (Warwick) The Bolognese naturalist Ulisse Aldrovandi was a prolific writer, polymath and prodigious collector who amassed the largest collection of naturalia in sixteenth-century Europe, as well as hundreds of coloured drawings detailing them. Many of these drawings found their way into his illustrated publications, most of which were published posthumously.
This book provides a concise yet comprehensive portrait of Aldrovandi, paying particular attention to...

Conférence : Renaissance Lives – ‘Filippino Lippi: an Abundance of Invention’, 2 mai 2024, en ligne, The Warburg Institute

Filippino Lippi: an Abundance of Invention Jonathan Nelson in conversation with Caspar Pearson (Warburg Institute) The first monograph in a generation, and the first study in English in over eighty years, this book presents a new understanding of the Renaissance master-artist Filippino Lippi. Celebrated as ‘ingenious’ by Vasari in 1550, Filippino was highly praised and influential, then fell out of favour and was forgotten for centuries. He was rediscovered by the poet Swinburne, who in...

Conférence : Nouvelles réflexions sur Caravage, 30 avril 2024, Sylvain Bellenger, Centre Malher, Les conférences du mardi de l’association des historiens

Dans le cadre des Conférences du mardi à Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, le Cycle 2023/2024, propose une 16e conférence sur Caravage, se tenant au Centre Malher, 9 rue Malher, entre 18h et 19h45, le mardi 30 avril. Il accueille Sylvain Bellenger, conservateur général du patrimoine, directeur du musée de Capodimonte (Naples).   A propos des Mardis de l’Association des Historiens : Pour les arts en Europe, le XVIIe siècle fut un siècle propice. Quels furent les principaux...

Conférence – Regards croisés : Christy Anderson, “Writers and Readers: Publishing Now in Art History”, Paris, Centre Chastel, salle Vasari, le 4 avril de 14h à 16h

Regards croisés avec Christy Anderson, University of Toronto et rédactrice en chef de The Art Bulletin, invitée par Nathalie Ginoux The internet has transformed publishing, even for academic authors. While the traditional formats of peer-reviewed journals and academic presses continue, the opportunities for authors to reach a wider audience through online publishing offers new venues to publish. As researchers, how might we decide where is best to publish? In this talk, I will present my experience as editor...

Conférence : Amanda Hilliam, « Rocks, Branches, Bones and Folds: Beyond the Surface of Early Modern Drapery », Rome/en ligne, Bibliotheca Hertziana, 26 mars 2024

Drapery – characterised by its folds and by its relationship to the human body – emerged as a distinct visual element in the practice and theory of early modern art. As this seminar demonstrates, drapery was highly malleable both in its form and in its capacity to take on meaning in the visual realm, and was thus a particular representational challenge for the artist, as well as a site of expression and virtuosity. Reflecting on...

Séminaire : Nuovi studi sul disegno di paesaggio: pratica – materialità – esperienza, 1500-1800, Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore, Venezia, 14-15 mars

Il disegno di paesaggio è stato per lungo tempo considerato come passatempo amatoriale o esercizio delle abilità compositive in relazione alla produzione pittorica. L’orientamento degli studi più recenti verso questioni di pratica artistica e materialità delle opere ha permesso di esplorare il disegno di paesaggio in quanto opera d’arte autonoma o come restituzione dell’esperienza della natura. Del resto, disegni e stampe di paesaggi prodotti da artisti come Leonardo e Dürer, Rembrandt, Cozens e Fragonard, continuano ad affascinare...

Conférence : Chiara Cavalieri, Davide Dall’Ombra, « Giovanni Testori fra teatro e critica d’arte. Quando il lavoro del critico trapassa nell’invenzione del vero scrittore », Rome/en ligne, Bibliotheca Hertziana, 19 mars 2024

Evento pubblico senza registrazione DATE: Mar 19, 2024 TIME: 11:00 AM – 01:00 PM (Local Time Germany) LOCATION: Villino Stroganoff, Via Gregoriana 22, 00187 Roma e online CONTACT: mara.freiberg@biblhertz.it Narratore, poeta, critico d’arte e pittore. Drammaturgo, regista e anche attore. Giovanni Testori è stato un autore complesso e prolifico, di cui rimane ancora molto da approfondire. Il seminario offre un’occasione per indagare la connessione tra il Testori drammaturgo e il critico d’arte, partendo dalle riflessioni...

Conférence : Alice Bovey, « The House of Mirth: the ethics of laughter and ridiculous Gothic art », Londres, The Courtauld, 26 mars 2024

Medieval art frequently juxtaposes sacred texts and spaces with witty, satirical, silly, and sometimes arrestingly crude images.  Nuns dance barefoot, fox-bishops preach to their prey, and disembodied bottoms trumpet in stained glass, sculpture, and the margins of books that contain scripture, prayers, and liturgy. From the time that they were made, such images have provoked amusement and bemusement, ire and iconoclasm. They have found new admirers in the instagram age, harp-playing donkeys and knights riding...

Conférence : Elisa Paola Sani, « Italian Maiolica and Other Early Modern Ceramics in The Courtauld Gallery », Londres, The Courtauld, 14 mars 2024

14 Mar 2024 17:30 – 19:00 Free, booking essential Vernon Square Campus, Lecture Theatre 2 Please join us in celebrating the publication of the first catalogue devoted to The Courtauld’s distinguished collection of Italian Maiolica and Early Modern ceramics. Maiolica is one of the most revealing expressions of Renaissance art and the extraordinary pieces in The Courtauld’s collection showcase brilliantly the skill of potters and pottery painters working at the time of Raphael and Titian....

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