Étiqueté : collection

Appel à communication : « Revisiting Collecting Antiquities », RSA, Dublin 2022, date limite le 6 août 2021

The significance of owning and displaying antiquities for the Renaissance collector has never been doubted and the importance of surviving antique works of art for both collectors and artists is well understood. Recent research has shown that the meaning of these works for collectors, that underpinned their acquisition and display, is more nuanced than previously thought, often reflecting market forces as much as the reputation or scholarship of the individual owner. In light of the...

Parution : Malcolm Baker et Inge Reist (dir.), Sculpture Collections in Europe and the United States 1500-1930, Leyde, Brill, 2021

Exploring the variety of forms taken by collections of sculpture, this volume presents new research by twelve internationally recognized scholars. The essays delve into the motivations of different collectors, the modes of display, and the aesthetics of viewing sculpture, bringing to light much new archival material. The book underscores the ambiguous nature of sculpture collections, variously understood as decorative components of interiors or gardens, as objects of desire in cabinets of curiosity, or as autonomous...

Conférence : Daniela Bleichmar, « The Cabinet and the World. Non-European Objects in Early Modern European Wunderkammern », en ligne, 4 février 2021

Early modern European collectors proclaimed their curiosity cabinets contained “the world.” What do collections from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries reveal about the ways in which those who assembled, owned, and visited them understood objects from other regions and cultures? Inventories, catalogues, and descriptions of European collections from the period reveal that the reception of non-European objects was characterized above all by practices of geographical and cultural indeterminacy, most notably (1) empty attribution, (2) misattribution,...

Appel à communication: “Displaying Art in the Early Modern Period (1450-1750): Exhibiting Practices and Exhibition Spaces”, Session at AAH 2021, Birmingham, 14-16 Apr 2021, date limite le 19 octobre 2020

We invite paper proposals for our session at the Association for Art History’s 47th Annual Conference: “Displaying Art in the Early Modern Period (1450 1750): Exhibiting Practices and Exhibition Space” University of Birmingham, 14-17 April 2021 Deadline: 19 Oct 2020 Over the years, despite the increased interest in spatial issues and some iconic studies (Luckhurst, Haskell, Koch), little attention has been paid to the long-term history of the exhibition space and exhibition-making practices. Before the appearance...

Appel à communication : Displaying Art in the Early Modern Period (1450 1750): Exhibiting practices and exhibition spaces, University of Birmingham, date limite le 19 octobre 2020

We invite paper proposals for our session at the Association for Art History’s 2021 Annual Conference: “Displaying Art in the Early Modern Period (1450 1750): Exhibiting practices and exhibition spaces” Over the years, despite the increased interest in spatial issues and some iconic studies (Luckhurst, Haskell, Koch), little attention has been paid to the long-term history of the exhibition space and exhibition-making practices. Before the appearance of the first painting exhibitions and the spaces specially...

Appel à communication : « Collecting and Display of Small, Portable Objects (15th–17th century) », RSA 2021, date limite le 30 juillet 2020

Session du Congrès de la Renaissance Society of America – Dublin, 7-10 avril 2021 The taste for small objects, such as gems, jewels, coins, small antiquities, statuettes and miniature works of art is evident in leading collections from the fifteenth through the seventeenth centuries. The materiality of small precious objects and their portability raise questions about the dynamics and the reasons behind the taste for small things, addressing concepts of intimacy, privacy and public access in...

Conférence : Pamela Bianchi, « Dressing up buildings. Les espaces du collectionnisme et l’exemple des Gonzaga de Mantoue », Paris, Galerie Colbert, 18 février 2020, 18h30

Séance du séminaire Collection La Galerieta verso la Mostra (la galerie des Marbres ou des Mois) ; la Galeria Grande (la galerie de l’exposition construite vers 1592 pour rassembler des peintures modernes) ; le Coridore che guarda verso la Santa Barbara (couloir reliant deux sections du bâtiment, s’ouvrant au centre vers la basilique palatine, servant de lieu de stockage pour peintures et sculptures) ; le Logion Serato (galerie de miroirs, point d’appui de la structure d’exposition) ; le Passetto davanti al Camarino della...

Exposition : « La collection Alana. Chefs-d’oeuvre de la peinture italienne », Paris – Musée Jacquemart-André, du 13 septembre 2019 au 20 janvier 2020

À la rentrée 2019, le Musée Jacquemart-André met à l’honneur la Collection Alana, l’une des plus précieuses et secrètes collections privées d’art de la Renaissance italienne au monde, actuellement conservée aux Etats-Unis. En écho à son exceptionnelle collection d’art italien, le Musée Jacquemart André présente plus de 75 chefs-d’œuvre des plus grands maitres italiens comme Lorenzo Monaco, Fra Angelico, Uccello, Lippi, Bellini, Carpaccio, Le Tintoret, Véronèse, Bronzino ou Gentileschi. Cette exposition offre l’occasion unique d’admirer...

Parution : Juliana Barone and Susanna Avery-Quash (dir.), Leonardo in Britain – Collections and Historical Reception, Florence, Casa Editrice Leo S. Olschki, 2019

L’eredità di Leonardo da Vinci in Gran Bretagna è rimasta lungamente nell’ombra rispetto ad altri artisti italiani. Cosa sappiamo davvero del suo lavoro? Quali aspetti particolari della sua arte e delle sue scritture sono favoriti? Questo volume discute la ricezione del lavoro artistico, teorico e scientifico di Leonardo dal XVII al XVIII secolo. Si esamina, inoltre, il ruolo che hanno avuto collezionisti, intellettuali e artisti nella trasmissione e trasformazione della sua eredità in Gran Bretagna.

Appel à communication : « Marginal Drawing Techniques as an Aesthetic Strategy », Munich, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte München, date limite le 20 avril 2018

Appel à communication : « Marginal Drawing Techniques as an Aesthetic Strategy » (Munich, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte München, 5 octobre 2018)  Cennino Cennini’s metaphorical description of drawing as the “entrance and gateway to painting” provides an important indication of the purpose of drawing around 1400. Beyond its role in the execution of panel paintings, to the present day, drawing serves in the enhancement of motifs as a repository of alternatives and as ‘finger exercise’ for...

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