Étiqueté : Espagne

Journée d’étude : « Del regalo a la almoneda », Madrid, Facultad de Geografía e Historia, 11-12 avril 2024

En octubre de 1524, Giulio Romano fue llamado desde Roma a Mantua para convertirse en el artista de corte predilecto de la familia Gonzaga. Allí diseñó arquitecturas efímeras y permanentes, como el famoso Palazzo Te, un hito en la nueva cultura cortesana del deleite, heredera de los modelos romanos. Además, formuló nuevas propuestas para entender la pintura mural y diseñó ricas piezas de orfebrería que acompañaban banquetes y espectáculos tanto en el Palacio Ducal como...

Parution : Jean-François Corpataux, « Inner Affinity. Ovid, Titian, Philip of Spain », Louvain, Peteers, 2023

The title of this little book is inspired by Erwin Panofsky’s remarks on the “inner affinity” between Ovid and Titian. But this inner affinity between the Latin poet and the Venetian painter also extends to Philip of Spain, for whom Titian painted the famous cycle of canvases that he referred to in his letters as the “Poesie”. To explore this kinship of spirit among the poet, the painter, and the king, this study examines the...

Exposition : « The Jousting Armor of Philip I of Castile », New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 11 mai 2023-1er avril 2026

Among the various mock combats fought by knights and noblemen in tournaments, the joust was one of the most spectacular. The joust of peace required highly specialized armor that was unsuited to any other use, and usually made by the greatest armorers due to the exceptional metalworking skills required. This special installation features an armor for the joust of peace of Philip I of Castile (1478–1506) on loan from the Imperial Armoury, Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna....

Journées d’étude : « Court Culture Exchanges », Madrid et en ligne, Aranjuez, 25-27 octobre 2023

Cultural exchanges between the courts of the Iberian Peninsula and the Habsburg Netherlands (fifteenth – sixteenth Centuries). During the fifteenth century, the Dukes of Burgundy maintained numerous ties and staged frequent encounters with representatives of the Hispanic kingdoms across a range of cultural and political contexts. As a result a reciprocal cultural bond evolved between the court cultures of these two geographical areas. This initial phase of contact was enabled by the rise to power of Mary...

Appel à contribution : « Cultural Crossroads. Artistic Encounters between the Low Countries and Spain, 15th-17th Centuries. Flemish Paintings in Spain », Bruxelles, Fondation Périer-D’Ieteren, 24 novembre 2023, date limite le 30 juillet 2023

The Instituto Moll and the Fondation Périer-D’Ieteren have organized an Study Day focused on Flemish Painting from the 15th to the 17th century, which is being preserved in Spain, and it will be held in the above mentioned foundation, in Brussels, on 24 November 2023. To participate in this study day, please send a provisional title, a short abstract of your paper (300 words) and a CV by 30 July 2023 to: Ana Diéguez Rodriguez (congreso@institutomoll.es)...

Conférence : Aaron M. Hyman, « “Así repiten aún las piedras”. Juan de Roelas, Seville of 1615, and the City as Substrate », Londres, The Courtauld, 25 mai 2023

Thursday 25th May 2023, 6pm – 7.30pm BST. Lecture Theatre 1 Vernon Square. Free, booking essential. This is an in person event at our Vernon Square campus. Booking will close 30 minutes before the event begins. In 1615, Seville erupted with fervent debates about the question of the Virgin’s Immaculacy. Clergymen hoping to sway the hearts and minds of both everyday supplicants and the religious powers that be took to the streets. The main mode by...

Conférence : Nicholas Flory, « ‘perpetual food for our souls’. The Carthusians at the Cartuja de Miraflores », Londres, The Courtauld, 8 mars 2023

Wednesday 8th March 2023, 5pm – 6.30pm GMT. Free, booking essential. Lecture Theatre 1 Vernon Square. This is an in person event at our Vernon Square campus. Booking will close 30 minutes before the event start time. The Cartuja de Miraflores, founded in 1442, represents one of the most splendid and richly furnished surviving medieval charterhouses, ornamented chiefly by the magnificent tomb of Juan II of Castile and his second wife Isabelle of Portugal and the...

Conférence : Adam Jasienski, « Critics from Hell. Evaluating the Truth of True Portraits in Early Modern Spain », Florence, Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut, 20 février 2023

This talk analyzes the roles of portraiture in three sixteenth- and seventeenth-century religious cults: of the recently-deceased Ignatius of Loyola and Teresa of Ávila, whose appearance was known from portraits and descriptions, and long-deceased Saint Benedict. Institutional patrons insisted on producing increasingly portrait-like images of saints for whom there survived few or no reliable portrait likenesses, like the medieval saint Benedict. I analyze a case in which a group of nuns claimed that they had...

Appel à contribution : « Spanish Royalty in Naples. Between Art and Architecture (1598-1713) », date limite le 28 février 2023

The series Temi e frontiere della conoscenza e del progetto (Themes and Frontiers of Knowledge and Design), published by ‘La scuola di Pitagora’ and edited by prof. Ornella Zerlenga of the University of Campania ‘Luigi Vanvitelli’ in Italy, is launching a call for papers for a forthcoming open access volume entitled Reali spagnoli a Napoli: fra arte e architettura (1598-1713) (Spanish Royalty in Naples: between art and architecture (1598-1713)) edited by Prof. Laura García Sánchez,...

Appel à contribution : « Artists from the Low Countries in the Iberian World », Special issue, date limite le 15 février 2023

Artists, agents and patrons from the Low Countries in the Iberian World (1400-1714). Call for Papers for a Special Journal Issue. Traditionally, it is argued that from the 15th century onwards, Iberian art was transformed by the arrival of artists and art objects from the Low Countries. Numerous studies demonstrate the influence of great Flemish artists such as Jan Van Eyck, Michiel Coxcie, Peter Paul Rubens and Jacob Jordaens. However, the contribution of lesser-known artists,...

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