Étiqueté : collectionnisme

Appel à contribution : « The Collecting of Drawings in 16th and 17th Century Italy », Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana, 10-12 mai 2023, date limite le 9 janvier 2023

Concept and organization: Tatjana Bartsch, Johannes Röll, Claire Van Cleave Invited keynote speakers: David Ekserdjian and Carel van Tuyll With the overriding question of whether collectors purchased strategically or amassed drawings by accident, the Gernsheim Study Days at the Bibliotheca Hertziana in May 2023 hope to examine the full breadth of this early moment in the history of collecting works on paper. Who collected drawings on for what purpose? How were collections organized and how...

Appel à communication : « Accident or Strategy. The Collecting of Drawings in 16th and 17th Century Italy », Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana, date limite le 9 janvier 2023

With the overriding question of whether collectors purchased strategically or amassed drawings by accident, the Gernsheim Study Days at the Bibliotheca Hertziana in May 2023 hope to examine the full breadth of this early moment in the history of collecting works on paper. Who collected drawings on for what purpose? How were collections organized and how were drawings arranged or displayed? What kind of public had access to the collections? What kind of sources are...

Appel à contribution : « The Mutability of Collections : Transformation, Contextualisation and Re-Interpretation », Londres, Université de Londres, 07-08 juillet 2023, date limite le 30 novembre 2022

The Mutability of Collections: Transformation, Contextualisation and Re-Interpretation. Seminar on Collecting & Display, Institute of Historical Research, University of London, 7-8 July 2023. We invite proposals for papers reflecting on the ways in which the contents of collections are not permanent but may be subject to numerous mutations. Objects in collections are added, exchanged or disposed of, translated and transformed. Items can be moved to new surroundings and different decorative settings, resulting in altered contexts...

Exposition : “El marqués de Santillana. Imágenes y letras”, Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado, du 4 octobre 2022 au 08 janvier 2023

Comisariada por Joan Molina, Jefe de Departamento de Pintura Gótica Española en el Museo Nacional del Prado, y en colaboración con la Biblioteca Nacional de España, esta exposición propone, por primera vez, una presentación conjunta de un grupo de pinturas y manuscritos encargados por el marqués de Santillana complementada con otras obras de Jorge Inglés –su pintor predilecto– y una serie de códices propiedad de algunos personajes coetáneos que compartieron las aficiones del noble castellano....

Parution : Ana Diéguez, Angel Rodriguez Rebollo (dir.), « The Pictor Doctus, between Knowledge and Workshop Artists. Collections and Friendship in Europe, 1500-1900 », Turnhout, Brepols, 2022

Recent research on the collections treasured by artists during their lifetime, or those collections they had access to, has contributed significantly to the understanding of their own compositions. Traditional historiography has favoured the study of the royal and aristocratic collections that could have inspired artists rather than of the artists’ own collections. Only those of the ‘great’ artists, such as Rubens, Bernini, Velázquez or Mengs, have been comprehensively examined. In the eighteenth century, the notion...

Parution : Inge Reist, “When Michelangelo Was Modern”, Brill, Leyde, 2022

Through case studies of collectors, patrons, and agents who redefined collecting and the art market, this volume illuminates how the changing status of the artist, rise of connoisseurship, role of intermediaries and new patterns of consumption established models for collecting and display that resemble those still practiced today. The book presents new research by recognized scholars who examine the motivations of collectors and agents, emphasizing how their collecting, patronage and advocacy could require support of...

Parution : Guillaume Fonkenell, “Catherine de Médicis (1519-1589) – Politique et art dans la France de la Renaissance”, Paris, Le Passage, 2022

Par-delà l’image et la légende, un portrait complet et renouvelé de Catherine de Médicis (1519-1589), femme extraordinaire et reine exceptionnelle, par les meilleurs spécialistes du sujet. Qui n’a jamais rencontré Catherine de Médicis, au détour d’un film ou d’un roman ? Dans la mémoire collective, son nom reste présent, à côté d’autres reines de France, comme Anne d’Autriche ou Marie-Antoinette. Mais l’image et la légende ont fini par effacer ce qu’a pu être cette femme...

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, 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...

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