Étiqueté : art et architecture

Workshop : « Past and Present Representations of Historical Urban Spaces (Middle Ages – Early Modern Times) », Dubrovnik, 21-23 septembre 2023

Historic cities are reconstructed and represented in numerous different projects around the world, whereby the hermeneutics of the procedure are not addressed enough. This workshop aims to discuss historical representations of urban spaces (in the late Middle Ages and Early Modern times) in comparison with the representations of these spaces in digital art history, focusing on the relationships between precision and interpretation. All historical representations, comprising maps, drawings, vedute, narrative texts and archival documents, were...

Appel à communication : « Le stuc dans les grands décors français, de la Renaissance au XIXe siècle », Paris, Versailles, Fontainebleau, date limite le 20 juin 2023

L’usage du stuc dans l’Antiquité et au Moyen Âge a suscité l’intérêt des historiens de l’art et des scientifiques du patrimoine français. Par contre, hormis dans la sphère provençale et languedocienne, où le milieu universitaire est particulièrement actif sur le sujet des décors, le stuc demeure un champ d’étude encore trop peu exploré en France pour la période de la Renaissance au XIXe siècle. Pourtant, le vaste sujet du stuc connaît en Europe un certain...

Colloque : Auftritt Architekt: ein Berufsstand in der Renaissance, Würzburg, Universität Würzburg, 9-10 mai 2023

“Auftritt Architekt! Die Repräsentation eines Berufsstandes in der italienischen Renaissance” – Studientag aus Anlass einer bedeutenden Neuerwerbung des Martin von Wagner Museums und ihrer Beziehung zu einem Gemälde im Altbestand derselben Sammlung. Datum: 9.-10. Mai 2023 Ort: Martin von Wagner Museum der Universität Würzburg (Südflügel der Würzburger Residenz, 2. Stock) 2019 erwarb das Martin von Wagner Museum der Universität Würzburg ein Porträt Sebastiano Serlios von der Hand des Bartolomeo Passerottis. Das um 1570 datierte Bildnis...

Conférence en ligne : Cammy Brothers, « Giuliano da Sangallo and the Ruins of Rome », Londres, Warburg Institute, le 11 mai 2022

Cammy Brothers (Northeastern University): ‘Giuliano da Sangallo and the Ruins of Rome’ Giuliano da Sangallo (1443–1516) was one of the first architects to draw the ruins and artifacts of ancient Rome in a systematic way. He played a crucial role in the Renaissance recovery of antiquity, and his work transformed the broken fragments of Rome’s past into the image of a city made whole. Giuliano’s inventive approach, which has often been mischaracterized as fantastical or...

Appel à contributions : Colloque des jeunes chercheurs sur la Renaissance, Paris, date limite le 31 mars 2022

Du 1 au 3 juin 2022 se tiendra à Paris le prochain colloque dédié aux jeunes chercheurs, qui s’inscrit dans le cycle initié à Leipzig en 2002 dans le but d’explorer l’art et la culture de la Renaissance. Le projet résulte de la collaboration entre les Instituts d’histoire de l’art des universités de Jaén, Leipzig, Wurtzbourg et de l’École Pratique des Hautes Études – PSL (HISTARA) à Paris, ces quatre lieux alternant à chaque événement...

Appel à communication : « New Approaches to the Art and Architecture of Angevin and Aragonese Naples (1265-1458) », 57th ICMS, date limite le 15 septembre 2021

The city and kingdom of Naples occupied a central place in late-medieval Mediterranean life: it was a powerful kingdom with deep connections to the French throne; it controlled vast territories throughout Italy in service to the papacy; and its many ports welcomed goods arriving from the Levant, north Africa, and western Europe. Despite this importance during the medieval period the city has been, generally, overshadowed by other cities such as Rome, Florence, and Venice in...

Appel à communication : « Facciati Dipinti e Parlante: New Investigations of the Frescoed Façade in Italy », RSA, Dublin 2022, date limite le 1er août 2021

Though its remains are vanishing rapidly, the frescoed façade tradition of the Italian peninsula has enjoyed a recent resurgence in interest among scholars for the variety and ingenuity these painted faces revealed. From desires to root structures in antiquity to simply dressing one’s dwelling to make a humble space more imposing or on trend, these facades tell their own stories of artistic innovation, symbolic meaning, and visual presence among the bustling streets of many Italian...

Parution : Lauren Jacobi et Daniel Zolli (dir.), Contamination and Purity in Early Modern Art and Architecture, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2021

The concepts of purity and contamination preoccupied early modern Europeans fundamentally, structuring virtually every aspect of their lives, not least how they created and experienced works of art and the built environment. In an era that saw a great number of objects and people in motion, the meteoric rise of new artistic and building technologies, and religious upheaval exert new pressures on art and its institutions, anxieties about the pure and the contaminated – distinctions...

Colloque international : « Le Marche e l’Adriatico nel Quattrocento : Arte e architettura tra eredità gotica e Rinascimento dell’antico », en ligne, 28-29 avril 2021

La produzione artistica e architettonica quattrocentesca nell’attuale territorio marchigiano si profila come un fenomeno proteiforme e complesso, tanto da sfuggire a una reductio ad unum della storia e della critica. Gli studi degli ultimi trent’anni sulla “fioritura tardogotica nelle Marche” (con le tre mostre di Urbino, Sanseverino Marche e Fermo), su Gentile da Fabriano e la sua eredità, sulla stagione varanesca di Camerino e sulla pittura di Ancona (condotti da gruppi di ricerca guidati da...

Conférence en ligne : Art, Architecture and Reputation Management in Early Fourteenth-Century England, Londres, The Courtauld, le 17 février 2021 à 17h

This is a live online event. Please register for more details. The platform and log in details will be sent to attendees at least 48 hours before the event. Please note that registration closes 30 minutes before the event start time. If you have not received the log in details or have any further queries, please contact researchforum@courtauld.ac.uk. One’s good name or fama was of great importance in medieval society. Medievalists have long recognised that...

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