Étiqueté : Albrecht Dürer

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 : « 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,...

Parution : David Ekserdjian, “Albrecht Dürer Art and Autobiography”, Chicago, Chicago University Press, 2023

An exploration of the life and works of German artist Albrecht Dürer and his self-obsession. The Italian Renaissance birthed the modern sense of self, and no artist from the period compares with Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) in terms of the almost obsessive interest he displayed in his own life. Dürer’s works are filled with personal details from his day-to-day, his dreams, and his escapades. In this brief biography, David Ekserdjian explores Dürer’s life and times—his studies,...

Exposition : « Albrecht Dürer ‒ Influencer His Followers and Sphere of Influence in Italy », Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, 20 juin-24 septembre 2023

Influencers today use social networks ‒ such as TikTok, Instagram and YouTube ‒ to circulate creative content in the form of photos, short videos and texts. Influencers are very successful with these media and have broad impact and quite a large number of followers. Their chosen contents “influence” and inspire others. Artist Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528), from Nuremberg, used the print medium of his day very similarly to how today’s influencers distribute digital images. The (completely...

Parution : Rublack, “Dürer’s Lost Masterpiece Art and Society at the Dawn of a Global World”, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2023

Dürer’s Lost Masterpiece tracks the history of a turning point in the career of the celebrated German artist Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), when he stopped painting altarpieces after arguing with a merchant patron over payment. As an eloquent homage to Dürer´s life, it brings us closer to the creation and meaning of his paintings than ever before. Dürer’s Lost Masterpiece considers the celebrated German artist Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), his time and his legacy. It tracks the...

Exposition : I volti della sapienza. Dosso e Battista Dossi, Trente, Castello del Buonconsiglio, 1 juillet – 22 octobre 2023

Tra la fine del 1531 e i primi mesi del 1532 Dosso Dossi con l’aiuto del fratello Battista è impegnato nella decorazione della biblioteca del principe vescovo Bernardo Cles nel Magno Palazzo del Castello del Buonconsiglio di Trento. Per la sala che doveva ospitare la preziosa e ricca collezione di libri antichi del cardinale trentino il Dosso pensa a una decorazione imponente. Sulle pareti realizza affreschi (in gran parte perduti) mentre per i cassettoni del...

Exposition : « Dürer for Berlin. Looking for Traces of the Master in the Kupferstichkabinett », Berlin, Kulturforum, 12 mai-27 août 2023

The Kupferstichkabinett is home to one of the most important collections of drawings and printed works by Albrecht Dürer anywhere in the world. The masterpieces gathered together here give a striking demonstration of the breadth of his artistic production. With this exhibition, the Kupferstichkabinett is opening one of its greatest treasure chests. Alongside Dürer’s Meisterstich engravings and woodcut series (such as Apocalypseand Life of the Virgin), key drawings will be on display, such as Dürer’s...

Parution : Anne-Sophie Pellé, « Aemulatio Italorum. La réception culturelle des gravures de Mantegna dans l’art germanique au temps d’Albrecht Dürer », Turnhout, Brepols, 2022

À la Renaissance, si le medium de la gravure permet désormais aux artistes de rivaliser entre eux à distance, dès la fin du xve siècle, la diffusion des modèles gravés par l’atelier du prestigieux peintre de cour des marquis de Mantoue, Andrea Mantegna, a suscité sur le territoire germanique une véritable émulation d’ordre culturelle, dans laquelle la question du rapport à l’identité occupe une place fondamentale. Dès lors, dans les images, deux paradigmes se dessinent :...

Exposition : « Before Dürer », Francfort-sur-le-Main, Städel Museum, du 28 septembre 2022 au 22 janvier 2023

In the fifteenth century, even before the invention of letterpress printing with movable type, the first techniques for printing images were developed. The woodcut led the way, with the technically more complex engraving following close on its heels. Emerging around 1430/40 from the gold engraving craft, the engraving not only provided a further method of reproducing religious and secular images, but also offered new artistic possibilities. Early on, for example, the Master E. S. (active...

Exposition : “Rhinoceros – a fabulous animal works on paper from three centuries”, Nuremberg, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, du 21 juillet 2022 au 26 juillet 2023

The studio exhibition presents images of the rhinoceros on paper from three centuries. This period saw the transformation from a creature of the imagination to a realistically-depicted animal. In 1500, almost no-one in Europe had ever actually seen a rhinoceros, and the legendary creature was associated with myth and many stories. It was considered wild, dangerous and the elephant’s natural enemy, but also exotically fascinating, testimony to an unknown world. Two images, in particular, were...

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