Étiqueté : XVIe siècle

Colloque : « Drawing and Invention in Italy (16th-18th centuries) », L’Aquila, Fondazione Carispaq/Università degli Studi dell’Aquila, 28-29 février 2024

Outside the Center. Drawing and Invention in «Middle» and Southern Italy (16th-18th centuries) / Fuori dal centro. Disegno e invenzione nell’Italia di mezzo e al Sud (secoli XVI-XVIII). International conference organized by Michele Maccherini, Luca Pezzuto, Simonetta Prosperi Valenti Rodinò 28 February 2024 Fondazione Carispaq, Auditorium (Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, no. 196) 12:00 Greeting Fabrizio Marinelli, President of Members’ Assembly of the Fondazione Carispaq Edoardo Alesse, Rector of the Università degli Studi dell’Aquila Marco Segala, Director...

Exposition : « Strasbourg 1560-1600. Le renouveau des arts », Strasbourg, Musée de l’Œuvre Notre-Dame, 2 février-19 mai 2024

À la fin du XVIe siècle, Strasbourg est un foyer artistique éminent, dont l’activité doit beaucoup à sa position géographique privilégiée au coeur de l’Europe. Cette période de réveil des arts après la baisse d’activité qui fait suite à la Réforme est mal connue, car une grande partie de la production a disparu ou s’est trouvée dispersée. L’exposition souhaite explorer cette ultime saison de la Renaissance, marquée par la diffusion à travers tous les arts de...

Conférence : Maria Aresin, Paul Holberton, « Venetian Disegno: New Frontiers », Londres, The Courtauld, 8 février 2024

The relationship between disegno (drawing or design) and Venetian art has historically been a problematic one. Giorgio Vasari’s notion that painters from Venice and the Veneto were mainly focused on colore and not trained in or accustomed to drawing became a commonplace in the literature on Venetian art. The title of this book, Venetian Disegno, would for him imply an unacceptable paradox. This view can no longer be sustained in light of modern scholarship, and it is clear that drawing...

Conférences : « Albrecht Dürer’s material world », Manchester, University of Manchester, 15-29 février 2024

To celebrate the final weeks of the Whitworth’s landmark exhibition Albrecht Dürer’s Material World, please join us in February for a series of talks, supported by The John Rylands Library and Research Institute, The University of Manchester. Albrecht Dürer’s Conceptions of Measurement Professor Jeanne Nuechterlein (York University) Thursday, 15 February 2024, 5.15pm, Mansfield Cooper Building G.22 Register here: https://shorturl.at/dmtST Dürer and the Making of Modernism Professor Ulinka Rublack (Cambridge University) Thursday, 22 February 2024, 5.15pm,...

Exposition : « Conserving Eden: Cranach’s Adam and Eve from the Norton Simon », Los Angeles, The Getty Center, 23 janvier-21 avril 2024

Painting in a distinctive sensuous style, Lucas Cranach the Elder (German, 1472–1553) interpreted biblical subjects with humorous insight and flair. His striking portrayals of Adam and Eve beneath the Tree of Knowledge are among the highlights of the Norton Simon Museum of Art in Pasadena, California. These captivating life-size paintings are presented for the first time at Getty following a multi-year conservation treatment and technical study. Look for Cranach’s Adam and Eve in the Museum’s...

Appel à contribution : « Arte, cultura e politica in movimento. La Serenissima, l’Abruzzo e le regioni adriatiche del Regno di Napoli (XVI-XVIII secolo) », Teramo, Università degli studi di Teramo, 10-11 avril 2024, date limite le 4 février 2024

La chiamata agli studi in oggetto prende avvio dalle ricerche in corso di due storiche dell’arte e dottorande dell’Università degli Studi di Teramo. Considerati gli ampi vuoti storiografici sull’argomento, le studiose propongono alla comunità scientifica – e particolarmente a giovani ricercatori – due giornate di studio dedicate alla circolazione culturale, artistica e ai rapporti politici ed economici tra la Repubblica di Venezia, l’Abruzzo e le regioni adriatiche del Regno di Napoli (XVI-XVIII secolo), con speciale,...

Appel à contribution : « Collecting, Growing, and Exploring in Early Modernity », Paris, EPHE, 11 juin 2024, date limite le 15 janvier 2024

The last few decades have produced a number of studies devoted to the relationship between collecting and science, highlighting the relationship between a growing interest in botany and the fascination with the collection of naturalia, especially from the mid-sixteenth century onwards. These objects of natural origins aroused the admiration of enthusiasts and scientists alike. This passion for collecting reached various corners of society: the academic garden at Leiden University included an ambulacrum that housed dried...

Journée d’étude : « ‘Da la man l’arte la tua lingua apprese’. Romano Alberti tra arte e letteratura », Florence, Fondazione Memofonte/en ligne, 15 décembre 2023

Arte, letteratura, armi, accademia: sono questi gli aspetti che Romano Alberti, incisore, poeta e trattatista, riuscì a coniugare nella sua turbolenta vita, configurandosi sullo scorcio del Cinquecento come emblema dell’intellettuale “militante”. Del ramo degli Alberti di Sansepolcro, cresciuto in un ambiente artistico floridissimo, Romano partecipò in maniera attiva al riassetto dell’Accademia di San Luca negli anni ’80, di cui resta traccia nella sua attività di trattatista d’arte. Partecipò poi alle scene letterarie napoletane, gravitanti intorno...

Appel à contribution : « Archaelogy of Colour. The Production of Polychromy in Sculpture up to the 16th century », Lisbonne/en ligne, 17-18 avril 2024, date limite le 15 décembre 2023

This symposium, to be held online, is organized within the scope of the project Archaeology of Colour (PTDC/ART-OUT/5992/2020), a project dedicated to studying the polychromy of medieval and early modern Portuguese sculpture. The symposium aims to engage scholars from different fields to enrich our understanding of the production of polychromy in sculpture up to the 16th century. Communications on subjects related to the production of polychromy on different technologies, geographies, and chronologies are welcome: Materials...

Colloque : « I Cantieri dei Carracci », Rome/en ligne, École française de Rome, 9 novembre 2023

Il convegno I Cantieri dei Carracci è il primo incontro pubblico organizzato dal comitato di pilotaggio del progetto di ricerca “Carracci ConservArt: visualizzare e comprendere la Galleria dei Carracci attraverso la sua fortuna critica, la sua conservazione e i suoi restauri. XVII-XXI secoli“. La Galleria dei Carracci a Palazzo Farnese è stata realizzata tra il 1597 e il 1608 dai fratelli Annibale e Agostino Carracci, esponenti del nuovo classicismo cinquecentesco: una magnifica volta di 20...

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