Étiqueté : afrique

Appel à publication : « Emotions, Art, and Religion in Europe, Africa, and the Americas, c. 1400–1800 », date limite le 30 mars 2018

The “emotional turn” has prompted numerous studies on the history of emotions in the medieval and early modern periods. Many of these studies have been oriented towards texts rather than images, although recently visual culture, especially among medievalists, has played a more prominent role in these investigations. Nevertheless, there is still much to be explored about the role of visual and material culture in the history of emotions in the late medieval and early modern...

Exposition : Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe, Baltimore, Walters Art Museum, du 14 octobre 2012 au 21 janvier 2013.

Exposition : Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe, Baltimore, Walters Art Museum, du 14 octobre 2012 au 21 janvier 2013.

 source : http://thewalters.org   Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe invites visitors to explore the roles of Africans and their descendants in Renaissance Europe as revealed in compelling paintings, drawings, sculpture and printed books of the period. Vivid portraits from life both encourage face-to-face encounters with the individuals themselves and pose questions about the challenges of color, class, and stereotypes that this new diversity brought to Europe. Despite the importance of the questions posed for...