Étiqueté : Gênes

Exposition : « In the Library. Print Culture and the Arts in Genoa », Washington, National Gallery of Art, jusqu’au 7 janvier 2022

Known as La Superba, Genoa was one of Italy’s most prosperous maritime powers in the Mediterranean from the late Middle Ages until the eighteenth century. Genoese naval prowess, critical to the outcome of the Crusades, gave rise to a thriving merchant class and led to the establishment of trading colonies throughout the region. By the sixteenth century, Genoa emerged as one of the foremost banking centers in Europe, and its leading families funded the construction of...

Exposition : « A Superb Baroque. Art in Genoa, 1600–1750 », Washington, National Gallery, 26 septembre 2021-9 janvier 2022

A Superb Baroque presents the grandeur of 17th-century Genoa on a scope and scale unprecedented in the United States. Five centuries ago trade and banking transformed the Mediterranean port city of Genoa into a cosmopolitan center of wealth and culture. The newly rich, eager to display their prosperity, invested in constructing and decorating churches, chapels, and palaces. Attracted by lucrative commissions, Rubens, Van Dyck, and other leading painters across Europe swarmed to Genoa. There, they joined...

Appel à contribution : “Contending Representations: Questioning Republicanism in Early Modern Genoa (1559-1684)”, Gênes, 2-3 décembre 2020, date limite 31 mai 2020

Appel à contribution : “Contending Representations: Questioning Republicanism in Early Modern Genoa (1559-1684)”, Gênes, 2-3 décembre 2020, date limite 31 mai 2020 Genoa, December 2-3, 2020 Presentation In the past thirty years, several studies have been devoted to the political and cultural flowering of the republic of Genoa during the so-called ‘siglo de los Genoveses’, between 1528 and 1630, when Genoa became the hub of European trade and an important epicenter of artistic and literary...

Séminaire : Juliane von Fircks, « Textile Merchants as Patrons of Art in Florence, Genoa, Bologna and Venice », Florence, Villa I Tatti, 19 mars 2020 à 18h30

Speaker:  Juliane von Fircks (I Tatti / University of Jena) Details to follow Juliane von Fircks is Professor in Medieval Art History at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena. She is the author of Liturgische Gewänder des Mittelalters in St. Nikolai zu Stralsund (2008); Skulptur im südlichen Ostseeraum. Stile und Werkstätten im 13. Jahrhundert (2012) and co-editor of Oriental Silks in Medieval Europe (2016). Her forthcoming book is entitled Panni tartarici – Luxusgewebe aus Asien im spätmittelalterlichen Europe. She contributed to the exhibition Textiles and Wealth in...

Colloque international : « Grotte artificiali di giardino. Genova nel panorama europeo », Gênes, 9-10 décembre 2019

PROGRAMMA Lunedì 9 dicembre Aula Magna della Scuola di Scienze Umanistiche, Palazzo Balbi Cattaneo, Via Balbi 2 10.00 : Saluti istituzionali PRIMA SESSIONE 10.15-10.45 : Lauro Magnani – Introduzione alle grotte genovesi 10.45-11.15 : Sabine Frommel – Grotte e ninfei in Europa: processi di migrazione 11.20 -11.40 : Juliette Ferdinand – Le grotte rustiche tra Italia e Francia: il caso di Bernard Palissy 11.45-12.05 : Sigrid Gensichen – Decoration and architecture in the northern grotto 12.10-12.30 : Giulia Cicali...

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...

Exposition : « Caravaggio e i Genovesi, committenti, collezionisti, pittori », Gênes, Palazzo della Meridiana, jusqu’au 24 juin 2019

La nuova mostra promossa e organizzata dall’Associazione Amici di Palazzo della Meridiana e curata da Anna Orlando si prefigge di sviluppare un altro capitolo estremamente importante per la cultura figurativa genovese che, visto il calibro dei protagonisti coinvolti, diventa di portata internazionale. I primi trent’anni del Seicento sono indiscutibilmente un momento magico per la città: il potere economico e finanziario delle famiglie leader della Repubblica Aristocratica Ligure, un numero assi più cospicuo di quante se...

Rechercher dans OpenEdition Search

Vous allez être redirigé vers OpenEdition Search