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Conférence : Renaissance Lives – ‘Ulisse Aldrovandi Naturalist and Collector’, 19 avril 2024, en ligne, Warburg Institute

Ulisse Aldrovandi Naturalist and Collector Peter Mason in conversation with David Lines (Warwick) The Bolognese naturalist Ulisse Aldrovandi was a prolific writer, polymath and prodigious collector who amassed the largest collection of naturalia in sixteenth-century Europe, as well as hundreds of coloured drawings detailing them. Many of these drawings found their way into his illustrated publications, most of which were published posthumously.
This book provides a concise yet comprehensive portrait of Aldrovandi, paying particular attention to...

Exposition : « Bruegel to Rubens. Great Flemish Drawings », Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 23 mars-23 juin 2024

Showcasing over 100 exceptional Flemish drawings from the 16th and 17th centuries. From Pieter Bruegel’s remarkable print designs and landscapes and Rubens’s first sketches to heartfelt friendship albums shared between artists, this major exhibition presents drawings from many of the Flemish masters. These artworks, accompanied by paintings, prints and other objects they inspired, will be brought together for the first time. They represent some of the most exquisite drawings kept in Antwerp and Oxford collections, created by...

Séminaire : Nuovi studi sul disegno di paesaggio: pratica – materialità – esperienza, 1500-1800, Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore, Venezia, 14-15 mars

Il disegno di paesaggio è stato per lungo tempo considerato come passatempo amatoriale o esercizio delle abilità compositive in relazione alla produzione pittorica. L’orientamento degli studi più recenti verso questioni di pratica artistica e materialità delle opere ha permesso di esplorare il disegno di paesaggio in quanto opera d’arte autonoma o come restituzione dell’esperienza della natura. Del resto, disegni e stampe di paesaggi prodotti da artisti come Leonardo e Dürer, Rembrandt, Cozens e Fragonard, continuano ad affascinare...

Colloque : « Drawing and Invention in Italy (16th-18th centuries) », L’Aquila, Fondazione Carispaq/Università degli Studi dell’Aquila, 28-29 février 2024

Outside the Center. Drawing and Invention in «Middle» and Southern Italy (16th-18th centuries) / Fuori dal centro. Disegno e invenzione nell’Italia di mezzo e al Sud (secoli XVI-XVIII). International conference organized by Michele Maccherini, Luca Pezzuto, Simonetta Prosperi Valenti Rodinò 28 February 2024 Fondazione Carispaq, Auditorium (Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, no. 196) 12:00 Greeting Fabrizio Marinelli, President of Members’ Assembly of the Fondazione Carispaq Edoardo Alesse, Rector of the Università degli Studi dell’Aquila Marco Segala, Director...

Conférence : Maria Aresin, Paul Holberton, « Venetian Disegno: New Frontiers », Londres, The Courtauld, 8 février 2024

The relationship between disegno (drawing or design) and Venetian art has historically been a problematic one. Giorgio Vasari’s notion that painters from Venice and the Veneto were mainly focused on colore and not trained in or accustomed to drawing became a commonplace in the literature on Venetian art. The title of this book, Venetian Disegno, would for him imply an unacceptable paradox. This view can no longer be sustained in light of modern scholarship, and it is clear that drawing...

Journée d’étude : « Visualizing Antiquity: EM Drawings and Prints », en ligne/Munich, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, 31 janvier 2024

The academy project “Antiquitatum Thesaurus: Antiquities in European Visual Sources from the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries”, hosted at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (thesaurus.bbaw.de), and the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte Munich (zikg.eu) are organizing a series of colloquia in 2023-2025 on the topic “Visualizing Antiquity. On the Episteme of Drawings and Prints in the Early Modern Period.” The significance of drawings and prints for ideas, research, and the circulation of knowledge about ancient artifacts,...

Parution, Aresin et Dalla Costa (dir.), “Venetian Disegno : New Frontiers”, Chicago, Chicago University Press, 2023

A volume that offers a fresh perspective on the art of Venice and the Veneto region of Italy by focusing on the artistic idea of disegno. Disegno (Italian for drawing or design) refers to the philosophical relationship between the conceptual role of design and the physical act of drawing. Venetian Disegno explores this theme and its history in the Veneto artistic landscape with contributions on myriad artists and art forms including drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture,...

Parution : Lex Bosman (ed.), “The Creation of Space and the Connection between Models and Drawings as Design Tools”, Turnhout, Brepols, 2023

The essays in this volume address the problem of three dimensions in architecture and the ways architects in the 16th century (and before and after) solved this problem during the design process. Two-dimensional drawings were used as the most helpful element in the design process, as well as for the presentation of designs. Those involved, not only patrons but also construction workers, should be able to understand what a two-dimensional design would turn out to...

Exposition : « Graphic Design in the Middle Ages », Los Angeles, The Getty Center, 29 août 2023-28 juin 2024

Medieval scribes and artists were some of the world’s first graphic designers, planning individual pages and whole books in creative ways. Exploring the idea of designing a medieval book, from the layout of the page to text as graphic organizing tool, and the role of ornament in the structure of the finished product, this exhibition reveals the ways that design influenced the reading and interpretation of medieval books. Source

Appel à contribution : « Exploring Rome through Drawing in the 16th Century », Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History, 6-8 mars 2024, date limite le 12 novembre 2023

Concept and organization: Tatjana Bartsch, Tanja Michalsky, Johannes Röll. Invited keynote speaker: Ilja M. Veldman In 1532, the painter Maarten van Heemskerck (1498–1574) set out on a journey from Haarlem to Rome. A collection of 94 sheets with about 160 drawings in the Berlin Kupferstichkabinett, including 66 sheets of a former sketchbook with drawings on both sides, provides a visual testimony to his five-year stay. It is the world’s largest corpus of Van Heemskerck’s Roman drawings,...

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