Étiqueté : architecture

Parution : D. Donetti, C. Rachele, Building with Paper: The Materiality of Renaissance Architectural Drawings, Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

Against the scholarly tendency to treat architectural disegno in highly intellectualized terms, the essays collected in this volume offer a new perspective on this early modern practice, by reinserting it into the messy Lebenswelten of the architectural workshop and the building site. The introduction of paper is one of the major innovations of Early Modern architecture, and it had profound effects on its design processes. Wider use of paper changed representational conventions, while communication networks...

Parution : Alexandre Cojannot, Alexandre Gady (dir.), « Architectes du Grand Siècle. Du dessinateur au maître d’œuvre », Paris, Le Passage, 2021

Architectes du Grand Siècle. Du dessinateur au maître d’œuvre Sous la direction d’Alexandre Cojannot et d’Alexandre Gady ISBN: 978-2-84742-415-7 Éditions LePassage, janvier 2020 Prix public: 25 € 232 p., environ 150 illustrations. Pour commander sur le site l’éditeur, cliquez ici. Hier comme aujourd’hui, l’architecte a toujours exercé une activité polymorphe, dont on peut difficilement juger à partir des seules oeuvres bâties. Alliant réflexions théoriques et connaissances pratiques, il compose avec les attentes sociales, politiques et...

Appel à contribution : Sacred Music, Ceremony and Architecture in Transcultural Perspectives, RSA, Dublin, date limite le 30 juillet 2021

Sacred sound, space and ceremony were intertwined in perceptions of the divine in the early modern world. We seek papers that explore aural and sonic dimensions of religious practices and architectural spaces, particularly proposals that engage with transcultural interactions. Multisensorial dimensions of religious settings (and their critiques) often come into sharper focus in the context of religious and political conflicts. While the sacred permeated societal and political structures of early modern communities, sacred settings were...

Parution : Cristina Acidini et Elena Gurrieri, Florence through Renaissance Eyes, Florence, Leo S. Olschki, 2021

This book is the ideal companion to discover the ancient heart of Florence through the eyes of an exceptional witness: Marco di Bartolomeo Rustici (1392/93-1457), goldsmith and humanist, author of an extraordinary Codex that takes his name. In the Codex, Rustici describes and depicts religious and secular elements of the historic center of Florence around 1450. At the time, the city’s medieval urban fabric was being enriched with grandiose Renaissance monuments designed by Filippo Brunelleschi...

Appel à contribution : The garden of the gods, Tivoli, 21-22 avril 2022, date limite le 30 septembre 2021

The garden of the gods. The paradigm of antiquity in the arts at the Villa Organised by Andrea Bruciati and Chiara Santini The establishment of humanistic culture in Italy led to one of the richest seasons in Villa architecture and a profound process of transformation of the idea and the function of the garden, in which antiquity was the absolute protagonist. The roots of this development date back to the second half of the fifteenth...

Parution : Frédérique Lemerle, Yves Pauwels (dir.), « Histoires d’ordres. Le langage européen de l’architecture », Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

Tout amateur d’architecture le constate : les grands monuments dans le monde, du Parthénon d’Athènes à la Maison Blanche de Washington en passant par le palais du Louvre à Paris ou l’Amirauté de Saint-Pétersbourg, parlent un langage ornemental commun, celui des cinq « ordres » d’architecture, trois d’origine grecque (dorique, ionique et corinthien) et deux romains (toscan et composite), auxquels, au début du XVIIe siècle, la fameuse « Tower of the Five Orders » de...

Appel à contribution : « Historic Urban Landscape of European Cathedral Cities. Past Presencing. Public Perceptions and Understanding of the Medieval City », en ligne, 21-22 mai 2021, date limite le 1er mai 2021

The term cathedral city indicates an urban settlement that became an Episcopal see in Antiquity or early in the medieval period, and was developed during the 11th to the 15th century. These were formative centuries for European cities, during which a concentration of religious and secular powers and of social and economic forces shaped the form of the urban built environment and redefined its cultural meanings through social practices of space. The aims of this...

Appel à publication : « Art and Death in the Netherlands », Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art, vol 72, 2021, date limite le 15 avril

In premodern times, death was a more visible phenomenon than now, due to high mortality rates, but also to the fact that dying and death and the subsequent phases of deposition, bereavement and remembrance – more so than today – were collectively experienced, publicly performed, and commemorated in enduring monuments. Remembrance was held to extend into perpetuity, on personal grounds of love and affection, and for political and religious reasons, the latter normatively being related...

Parution : Michael Tutton, Construction as Depicted in Western Art, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2021

The Art of Building has captured the interest of artists from the Roman period to today. The process of construction appears in western art in all its details, trades, and operations. Michael Tutton investigates the representation of building processes and materials through an examination of paintings, illuminated manuscripts, watercolours, prints, drawings and sculpture. Technical terms are explained and detailed interpretations of each work are provided, with insights into the artists’ inspiration and themes. Even paintings...

Appel à contribution : « Fortifications savantes, fortifications de savants », Bellecroix, 22-24 octobre 2021, date limite le 1er mai 2021

Quoi de commun entre une fortification classique telle que Neuf-Brisach, un château Renaissance comme Maulnes, une tour maîtresse romane telle que Châtillon-Coligny ? Toutes trois sont l’expression d’un tracé savant, dont la conception exige une conceptualisation dépassant l’utilisation des stéréotypes que sont le quadrangle ou le cercle. Quelles logiques, quels référentiels de doctrine ont présidé à la mise au point de ces tracés extraordinaires de l’Antiquité à l’époque moderne ? Faut-il y voir la volonté de maîtres...

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