Étiqueté : artistes femmes

Appel à communication : « Women Artists in Venice », RSA, Dublin 2022, date limite le 30 juillet 2021

A growing body of research in Bologna and Florence during the last decade has resurrected female artists and artisans on a scale previously unknown. A similar investigation, coordinated by Save Venice, is underway in Venice and its territories under the Republic. To recover the history of women artists and artisans born or active there in the early modern period, Save Venice solicits papers covering any aspect of their lives, careers, and works of art, considered as...

Exposition : Le Signore dell’Arte, Storie di donne tra ‘500 e ‘600, Milan, Palazzo Reale, jusqu’au 25 juillet 2021

Con la mostra “Le Signore dell’Arte. Storie di donne tra ‘500 e ‘600″, l’arte e le incredibili vite di 34 diverse artiste vengono riscoperte attraverso oltre 130 opere, a testimonianza di un’intensa vitalità creativa tutta al femminile, in un singolare racconto di appassionanti storie di donne già “moderne”.   In mostra le artiste più note, ma anche quelle meno conosciute al grande pubblico, le nuove scoperte, come la nobile romana Claudia del Bufalo, che entra a far parte di questa storia dell’arte al...

Parution : Michael W. Cole, Sofonisba’s Lesson: A Renaissance Artist and Her Work, Princeton University Press, 2020

Sofonisba Anguissola (ca. 1535–1625) was the daughter of minor Lombard aristocrats who made the unprecedented decision to have her trained as a painter outside the family house. She went on to serve as an instructor to Isabel of Valois, the young queen of Spain. Sofonisba’s Lesson sheds new light on Sofonisba’s work, offering a major reassessment of a Renaissance painter who changed the image of women’s education in Europe—and who transformed Western attitudes about who could be...

Appel à contribution : « The Space Between Non-Arts and Fine Arts: Confronting Gender and the Decorative Arts, 1500–1800 », Birmingham, 14-17 avril 2021, date limite le 19 octobre 2020

The decorative arts are not easily defined and have long occupied the shifting space between the non-arts and the fine arts. During the early modern period, prominent women, such as Catherine de’ Medici and Amalia van Solms-Braunfels, were at the forefront of amassing impressive collections of decorative objects. Limoges enamel pieces created by Susanne de Court and embroideries fabricated by Katharina Rozee were highly sought after by collectors throughout Europe. Recent exhibitions and publications highlight...

Appel à communication : « Strong Women in Early Modern Iberian Art », RSA 2021, Dublin, date limite le 1er août 2020

Session du Congrès de la Renaissance Society of America – Dublin, 7-10 avril 2021 Thanks to recent exhibitions, publications, and museum acquisitions, women have come roaring back into view in the history of early modern art. This panel seeks to focus this renewed attention onto women from across the Iberian world—that is, the areas under the control of the Spanish Hapsburgs, stretching beyond the Iberian Peninsula to include viceregal regions like the Kingdom of Naples, New...

Carte blanche au Collectif d’historiens de l’art de la Renaissance : « L’art au féminin, femmes, artistes et commanditaires dans l’Italie de la Renaissance », Blois, le 13 octobre

L’art au féminin, femmes, artistes et commanditaires dans l’Italie de la Renaissance Carte blanche au Collectif d’historiens de l’art de la Renaissance – Les Rendez-vous de l’histoire à Blois Dans l’Italie de la Renaissance, l’image de la femme s’affirme et s’enrichit de multiples nuances. Si le Pétrarquisme établit les composantes d’une beauté féminine idéale que les artistes cherchent à réélaborer et immortaliser, en même temps une image plus sociale se fraye un chemin à travers...

Parution: Elizabeth Sutton “Women Artists and Patrons in the Netherlands, 1500-1700” Amsterdam University Press

Parution: “Women Artists and Patrons in the Netherlands, 1500-1700”,  écrit par Elizabeth Sutton, publication faite par Amsterdam University Press le 22 – 07 – 2019 This essay collection features innovative scholarship on women artists and patrons in the Netherlands 1500-1700. Covering painting, printmaking, and patronage, authors highlight the contributions of women art makers in the Netherlands, showing that women were prominent as creators in their own time and deserve to be recognized as such today....

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