Étiqueté : baroque

Appel à communication : « Images du corps dans la littérature et les arts du Moyen Âge à l’époque baroque », Université d’Augsbourg, date limite le 30 janvier 2021

CfP : Congrès de la Société allemande des Romanistes (Romanistentag) à l’Université d’Augsbourg, 4.-7.10.2021 Images du corps dans la littérature et les arts du Moyen Âge à l’époque baroque : entre canons européens et hétérodoxies esthétiques Les travaux pionniers de Marc Fumaroli consacrés à la Respublica literaria ont mis en lumière l’existence d’une Europe moderne se manifestant dans la constitution d’une communauté intellectuelle paneuropéenne. Par le biais de la circulation du savoir, les élites politiques...

Appel à contribution : « Strange Encounters in the Italian Baroque », Quaderni d’Italianistica, date limite le 31 août 2020

Quaderni d’Italianistica – Special Issue Strange Encounters in the Italian Baroque This special issue of Quaderni d’Italianistica will explore the centrality of the strange, the weird, and the Other in the Italian Baroque. The late 16th, the 17th and 18th centuries are a complex and vivid cultural chapter in the history of Italy, a period often described as both skeptical and spiritual, brutal and urbane, theatrical, passionate, sensual and logical at the same time. As...

Exposition : « Vitaliano VI. L’invenzione dell’isola bella », Stresa, Palazzo Borromeo, du 20 mars au 2 septembre 2020

Dal 20 marzo al 2 settembre 2020 a Palazzo Borromeo inaugura la mostra “Vitaliano VI. L’invenzione dell’Isola Bella”, dedicata al suo ideatore, a 400 anni dalla sua nascita e nell’anno del Barocco Piemontese. Allestita nel grande salone ultimato dal suo omonimo discendente Vitaliano IX nel 1956, la mostra nella prima sezione percorre le fasi principali della vita di Vitaliano VI, vero artefice della rinnovata fortuna della famiglia nella seconda metà del Seicento, attraverso ritratti in pittura e in scultura, medaglie e documenti....

Exposition : « Sfida al Barocco. Roma Torino Parigi. 1680-1750 », Turin, Reggia di Venaria, du 13 mars au 14 juin 2020

Uno straordinario percorso artistico verso la modernità Oltre 200 capolavori provenienti dai più prestigiosi musei e collezioni di tutto il mondo per una mostra imperdibile, allestita nei grandiosi spazi della Citroniera Juvarriana della Reggia di Venaria. La Sfida al Barocco è quella lanciata dagli artisti in nome della modernità con la sperimentazione di nuove forme e nuovi linguaggi di comunicazione elaborati tra il 1680 e il 1750. Una ricerca che si sviluppa tra Roma e Parigi, i due...

Parution : J. Nicholas Napoli, « The Ethics of Ornament in Early Modern Naples. Fashioning the Certosa di San Martino », New York, Routledge, 2019

The Carthusian monks at San Martino began a series of decorative campaigns in the 1580s that continued until 1757, transforming the church of their monastery, the Certosa di San Martino, into a jewel of marble revetment, painting, and sculpture. The aesthetics of the church generate a jarring moral conflict: few religious orders honored the ideals of poverty and simplicity so ardently yet decorated so sumptuously. In this study, Nick Napoli explores the terms of this conflict...

Exposition : « Drama and Devotion in Baroque Rome », Athens – Georgia Museum of Art, du 27 juillet 2019 au 21 mai 2020

Rome has long been a key destination for artists. At the beginning of the 17th century, painters from across Europe flocked to the Eternal City to see the revolution caused by painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571 – 1610). Everyone copied his stark contrast of light and dark, powerful realism and dramatic sense of staging. The works presented in this exhibition, all from the Museum and Gallery at Bob Jones University, celebrate how Caravaggio shaped...

Exposition : « Caravaggio and Bernini », Vienne – Kunsthistorisches Museum, du 15 octobre 2019 au 19 janvier 2020

The baroque spectacle full of drama and passion In fall 2019, a line-up of singular masterpieces is coming together in Vienna: paintings by Caravaggio, sculptures by Bernini, and other main works of early Roman Baroque will be shown at the Kunsthistorisches Museum. The Special Exhibition entitled Caravaggio & Bernini shows how stirring emotions all of a sudden came to be a subject matter for painting and sculpture. The show combines spectacular loans from all over...

Colloque : « Artistic relations between Antwerp and Genoa, 1550-1650 », Rubenianum, Anvers, 20 septembre 2019

Antwerp and Genoa share a similar history as important trade centres in the early modern period. The Rubenianum is pleased to announce a symposium on September 20th about the artistic connections between Antwerp and Genoa in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.   Friday 20 September 2019 – 09:00 Individual visitors A select number of specialists will present papers on the many connections between the harbour cities, including an active art trade, Genoese patronage...

Parution : Aline Smeesters et Ralph Dekoninck (dir.), Le poète face au tableau. De la Renaissance au Baroque, Tours, Presses universitaires François-Rabelais, 2018

Dans l’Europe de la renaissance, les poètes puisent volontiers leur inspiration du côté de la peinture de leur temps, et c’était alors un défi apprécié que de transposer dans le langage ce qu’un tableau exprimait par des lignes et des couleurs. La mode de l’ekphrasis (description d’œuvres d’art) n’est pas nouvelle puisqu’elle remonte à l’Antiquité gréco-latine. Les poètes de la « République des lettres » européenne (qu’ils écrivent en langue moderne ou en néo-latine) s’inscrivent...

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...

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