Catégorie : Conférences

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...

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....

Conférence : Alexander Marr, « Unknotting Dürer’s Jerome », Manchester/en ligne, University of Manchester, 29 février 2024

This is a hybrid event taking place online and on the University of Manchester campus in the Mansfield Cooper Building G.22, you can find the exact location on this interactive map: https://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/maps/interactive-map/?id=61 Albrecht Dürer’s material world: print culture in focus brings to campus three expert speakers: Jeanne Nuechterlein (York), Ulinka Rublack (Cambridge), and Alexander Marr (Cambridge). Each of these engaging, globally leading researchers will address topics related to key themes of the landmark exhibition Albrecht...

Conférences : « Divino Giorgio », Florence, Medici Archive Project, 22 février-6 juin 2024

Ciclo di conferenze aperte al pubblico per il 450° anniversario della morte di Giorgio Vasari (1574-2024). Sede: Medici Archive Project, Palazzo Alberti, via de’ Benci 10, Firenze. Ingresso libero fino a esaurimento posti. Coordinamento e Organizzazione: Federico Giglio (Sapienza Università di Roma – The Medici Archive Project) Per informazioni: education@medici.org Giovedì 22 febbraio ore 17.30 Marco Ruffini (Sapienza Università di Roma) Problemi vasariani intorno alle Vite   Mercoledì 28 febbraio ore 17.00 Eliana Carrara (Università...

Conférence : Patricia Rubin, « Titian and the ‘Ethiop’s Ear’ », Florence, I Tatti, 22 février 2024

Thursday, February 22, 2024, 6:00pm to 7:30pm Speaker: Patricia Rubin (Institute of Fine Arts, New York) With a small, but significant or rather signifying detail – pink earrings – Titian colour-coded the Africans in his paintings. This consistent marking out of difference refers, however, to fluid and fluctuating concepts of Africa and that continent’s inhabitants. Occurring in different pictorial genres (portraits, poesie, and religious paintings), Titian’s Africans play different roles and have different subject positions. In...

Conférence : Sandra Hindriks, “Reichweiten des Sehens. Augentäuschungen als Erkenntnismoment in der nordalpinen Malerei des 15. Jahrhunderts”, Florence et en ligne, le 27 février 2024, à 11h

Die neue Bildauffassung der nordalpinen Malerei des 15. Jahrhunderts zeichnet sich nicht allein durch Suggestion größtmöglicher Wirklichkeitsnähe, sondern auch durch gezielte Momente der Brechung jener augentäuschenden Präsenz aus. Indem die Maler mit Illusion und Desillusion gleichermaßen spielten, stimulierten sie ein Nachdenken sowohl über das Bild und seine Repräsentationsleistung als auch über den Akt der visuellen Wahrnehmung und intellektuellen Erkenntnis. Der Vortrag möchte diesen reflektierten künstlerischen Umgang mit Phänomenen der Augentäuschung vor dem Hintergrund der für...

Conférence du Centre Chastel : “Regards croisés sur l’obscène”, Paris, INHA, salle Vasari, 15 février 2024 de 14h00 à 16h00

  Stéphane Toussaint, Regarder l’obscène Martine Clouzot, L’obscène musicien dans les images médiévales. Représentations paradoxales des relations corps et âmes aux XIIIe et XIVe siècles Chloé Tardivel, Dire l’obscène et le taire dans les sources judiciaires (Bologne, XIVe siècle) Si l’on s’accorde à la définir, l’obscénité peut se raconter. On la connaît en littérature, où elle est un objet relativement bien étudié. De plus, au Moyen Âge comme à la Renaissance, l’obscénité s’exhibe et se profère. En tant que blasphème ou injure, ses normes...

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