Étiqueté : architecture

Workshop international : « Union from Division. (S)partimento and Renaissance Decoration », Villa Finaly et Kunsthistorisches Institut, Florence, 12-13 décembre 2019

PROGRAMME : Thursday 12 December Villa Finaly   14:00 Welcoming word : Brigitte Cédolin, Villa Finaly director 14:15 Introduction : Nicolas Cordon, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Émilie Passignat, Università degli Studi di Firenze 14:45 Part 1 : Inquiring sources Maia Wellington Gahtan, Kent State University, Florence Partitio and Ornamentum and their Equivalents in Renaissance Theories of Art Antonio Pinelli, Università degli Studi di Firenze Il cimento dell’armonia e dell’invenzione : conflitti di competenza tra artisti...

Séminaire international : « Il cantiere nel Cinquecento : architettura e decorazione, I. Roma », Rome, 25-27 novembre 2019

Il cantiere nel Cinquecento : architettura e decorazione. I. Roma Seminario internazionale di studi a cura di Silvia Ginzburg, Letizia Tedeschi e Vitale Zanchettin. Nello sviluppo storico del cantiere cinquecentesco architettura e decorazione costituiscono un imprescindibile binomio, due aspetti complementari non soltanto dal punto di vista materiale. A Roma nel corso del XVI secolo tale interazione diventa dominante e assume caratteri nuovi: la pluralità di competenze, prevista fin dalle prime fasi progettuali, e la collaborazione...

Colloque international : « Léonard et l’architecture », Paris, DFK et INHA, 28-30 novembre 2019

Colloque international organisé par Sabine Frommel (Directrice d’Études : Histoire de l’art de la Renaissance École Pratique des Hautes Études – Sorbonne, Thomas Kirchner (DFK Paris), Università di Firenze, Dipartimento Interateneo di Scienze, Progetto et Politiche del Territorio (DIST) del Politecnico et dell’Università di Torino, Technische Universität Berlin

Parution : Lorenzo Pericolo et Elisabeth Oy-Marra (dir.), Perfection, the Essence of Art and Architecture in Early Modern Europe, Turnout, Brepols, 2019

Whether a painting, a sculpture, or a building, works of art in early modern Europe must achieve the highest degree of perfection. If in the Middle Ages perfection is mostly perceived as a technical quality inherent in craftsmanship–a quality that can be judged according to often unspoken criteria agreed upon by the members of a guild–from the fifteenth century onwards perfection comes to incorporate a set of rhetorical and literary qualities originally extraneous to art...

Exposition : « Master/Apprentice: Imitation and Inspiration in the Renaissance », The Cleveland Museum of Art, du 13 octobre 2019 au 23 février 2020

Michelangelo’s sculptures, paintings, and architectural projects have been the subject of artistic admiration for more than 500 years. As a companion to Michelangelo: Mind of the Master, on view in the Kelvin and Eleanor Smith Foundation Exhibition Hall from September 22, 2019, to January 5, 2020, Master/Apprentice: Imitation and Inspiration in the Renaissance surveys the impact of Michelangelo—his practice, his projects, and his biography—on artists working in the Renaissance and beyond. The works on view...

Exposition : « ‘Con nuova e stravagante maniera’. Giulio Romano a Mantova », Mantoue – Palazzo Ducale, du 6 octobre 2019 au 6 janvier 2020

La mostra a Palazzo Ducale su Giulio Romano è un evento culturale di rilievo, che presenta la grande personalità dell’erede e allievo più celebre di Raffaello Sanzio. Rappresentante del Manierismo, Giulio Romano ha lasciato a Mantova testimonianze straordinarie della sua abilità come architetto e pittore. “Con nuova e stravagante maniera”, in collaborazione con il Louvre, rappresenta un’importante opportunità per la città di farsi conoscere anche a livello internazionale. UNA GRANDE MOSTRA RIPORTA A MANTOVA GIULIO...

Journée d’étude : « Setting the Scene: The Architectural Imagination of Renaissance Artists », Londres, Université de Warwick, le 24 mai 2019

« Setting the Scene: the Architectural Imagination of Renaissance Artists” is a workshop exploring the representation of architecture in European painting between the fifteenth and the sixteenth centuries. Focussing on Italy and the Netherlands, its aim is to analyse the roles of architecture in narrative scenes through a series of case studies presented by established scholars, curators and early career researchers. Extended discussions after the papers will enable participants to probe in depth this emerging research...

Appel à communication : “Mobility: People, Objects, Ideas” Symposium sur l’art italien – Date limite 5 Mai 2019

Appel à communication : “Mobility: People, Objects, Ideas” (Symposium sur l’art italien: 9-11 Mars 2020, Nuremberg, Allemagne, Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg) Date Limite: 5 MAI 2019 Under the theme of “Mobility: People, Objects, Ideas,” scholars of Italian art history are invited to the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg to discuss current research in Italian art and architectural history. The conference takes place 9-11 March 2020 and is divided into eight sections (two each in...

Présentation de l’ouvrage « Construire avec le corps humain », Bologne, Fondazione Federico Zeri, le 28 mars 2019, 17h30

Présentation de l’ouvrage Construire avec le corps humain (Campisano/Mare et Martin, 2018) par Sabine Frommel, Eckhard Leuschner, Vincent Droguet et Thomas Kirchner Rares sont les motifs architecturaux qui témoignent d’une persistance telle que les ordres anthropomorphes, depuis l’Antiquité jusqu’à la période actuelle, en passant par le Moyen Age. Leur évolution s’articule par de subtiles interactions entre les domaines sculptural, architectural et pictural, alors qu’une fortune théorique durable a été instaurée par la description détaillée par Vitruve des...

Appel à communication : «  Music, Performance, Architecture. Sacred Spaces as Sound Spaces », Rome, German Historical Institute, date limite le 15 mars 2019

International and Interdisciplinary Conference German Historical Institute in Rome / Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vatican City 11–13 December 2019 The compositional developments between the late Middle Ages and the early modern period were accompanied by a multifaceted change of requirements to musical performance practice, which correlated with the rite and mass piety and enduringly affected the experience of liturgy and music. The most distinctive impact of this progress is epitomised by the installation of singer balconies...

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