Étiqueté : art et poésie

Parution : « Ariosto and the Arabs. Contexts for the Orlando Furioso », Harvard University Press, 2022

Among the most dynamic and influential literary texts of the European sixteenth century, Ludovico Ariosto’s Orlando Furioso (1532) emerged from a world whose horizons were rapidly changing. The poem is a prism through which to examine various links in the chain of interactions that characterized the Mediterranean region from late antiquity through the medieval period into early modernity and beyond. Ariosto and the Arabs takes as its point of departure Jorge Luis Borges’s celebrated short...

Parution : Gautier Amiel et al. (dir.), « Les Regrets, Les Antiquités de Rome et Le Songe de Du Bellay », Bouquet XXII, 2022

Sommaire Introduction d’Adeline Lionetto : Du Bellay ou la grandeur du petit. Du Bellay et les arts Corinne Noirot : Janet contre Michel-Ange : l’art du portrait d’après nature selon le sonnet XXI des Regrets de Du Bellay. Jean Balsamo : Poésie et architecture françaises à l’antique : un programme royal. (Du Bellay, Les Regrets, sonnets 157-159). Du Bellay et la satire Mylène Prélat : “Il fait bon voir” : lexique de la vue et...

Colloque : « The Politics and Erotics of Seeing, Titian and Beyond », Harvard University, 07-08 avril 2022

Visual Poetry: The Politics and Erotics of Seeing, Titian and Beyond Harvard University, Department of History of Art + Architecture Lower Level Lecture Hall; 485 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138 “…interim che metto al ordine le poesie…” “…while I work on the Poesie…” Poetry: this is how Titian referred to his mythological paintings in a now famous letter written from Venice in 1553 to his patron, Philip II. Titian’s use of the term speaks of the...

Appel à contribution : Agnolo Bronzino (Zurich, Lugano, Florence / online, 21-25 novembre 22, date limite le 23 novembre 2021

“Doppio tributo ad un sol nome”: tribute to Agnolo Bronzino on the 450th anniversary of his death The Research Centre for European Philological Tradition has decided to pay tribute to the Florentine painter and poet Agnolo Bronzino on the 450th anniversary of his death. During the week of 21 to 25 November 2022, a major conference and a series of collateral events will be organised, in hybrid mode (via Zoom and in person) between Zurich,...

Colloque en ligne : Poetic Exchanges at the Cardinals’ Courts of Sixteenth-Century Rome, University College London, le 29 juin 2021

UCL Early Modern Exchanges is pleased to invite you to a workshop on poetic exchanges at Roman cardinals’ courts in the sixteenth century, with two keynote papers from Prof. Abigail Brundin (Cambridge) and Prof. G. Hugo Tucker (Reading). A range of scholars — Clare Robertson on visual art; Flaminia Bardati on architecture; Giuliano Danieli on music — have demonstrated the key social functions of various artistic endeavours at the cardinals’ courts of sixteenth-century Rome. Recently,...

Conférence : Luisa Capodieci, “Théocrène et la galerie de François Ier”, Paris, EPHE, 15 novembre 2019, 16h-18h

Séminaire de langue et littérature néo-latines (EPHE – Virginie Leroux) 1er semestre : poésie, mythographie et arts figurés 25 octobre : Introduction. Les poètes latins de François Ier. L’exemple de Théocrène 8 novembre : Les Poemata de Théocrène : traduction des ekphraseis de Fontainebleau 15 novembre : Luisa Capodieci (Paris I) : Théocrène et la galerie de François Ier. 22 novembre : Sylvie Laigneau (Dijon) : Les élégies de Théocrène 29 novembre : Colloque de...

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