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Exposition : “Titian and the female image: beauty, love, poetry”, Milan, Palazzo Reale, 23 février-5 juin 2022

This exhibition focuses on the women painted by Titian and his contemporaries: their beauty, elegance, sensuality and the particular status that their representation acquired in Venetian society at that time. (Sylvia Ferino) In sixteenth-century Venice, the female image acquired unprecedented importance in the history of painting. To celebrate this theme, Palazzo Reale opens its 2022 programme with the “Tiziano e l’immagine della donna” (Titian’s Vision of Women) exhibition. From February 23rd to June 5th, 2022...

Parution : Sylvia Ferino-Pagden, “Titian’s Vision of Women”, Skira, Lausanne, 2022

How the culture of Renaissance Venice shaped Titian’s timeless paintings of women A new ideal of feminine beauty arose in 16th-century Venice, as women acquired new rights of inheritance and more social power. As a result, through the writings of poets and humanists, the construction of the desired, beloved woman began to acquire civic significance. The crucial impetus for the visual realization of this ideal came from Venice’s greatest artist: Titian. For him, artistic beauty...

Parution : Marije Osnabrugge (dir.), « Questioning Pictorial Genres in Dutch Seventeenth-Century Art. Definitions, Artistic Practices, Market & Society », Turnhout, Brepols, 2021

This volume embraces the complex and often messy reality of pictorial genres in seventeenth-century Dutch art, by examining how they were defined by artists, theorists, audiences and art historians, how they were part of artistic practices and developed within a specific societal and economic context. Church interiors, cortegaerdjes, scenes of everyday life, tronies, landscapes, spoockerijen, group portraits, bambocciate, hunting scenes, history paintings, sottoboschi, still lives and many other subjects: the wide variety of pictorial genres...

Appel à contribution : « V Art, Power, and Gender Conference. Artists and Female Patrons in Renaissance Europe », Murcie, Universidad de Murcia, 28-29 avril 2022, date limite le 15 avril 2022

The V Art, Power, and Gender Conference is one of the activities organized by the research project MEFER [Portrait Medals and Female Power in Renaissance Europe (I): The Women in the Spanish Monarchy]. The proposed topic for this edition is “Artists and Female Patrons in Renaissance Europe”. Art History research has traditionally associated renowned artists’ names with male figures that, as kings, noblemen, diplomats, or prelates of the church, promoted their artistic careers commissioning works...

Appel à contribution : « Attending to Women, 1100-1800. Performance », Chicago, Newberry Library, 30 septembre-1er octobre 2022, date limite le 15 mars 2022

In 2018, “Attending” asked how Early Modern women’s action and agency shaped their lives and world. In 2022, we will turn to performance, asking how women’s performances of power, gender, and art before 1800 provide powerful paths towards understanding their lives and our own today. The conference will ask such questions as: How do medieval, early modern, and Indigenous women draw on various forms of power, from the racial to the religious, to perform different...

Appel à contribution : « Le corps érotisé dans les arts et les médias. Narration du désir et perception de l’intime », Démiurges, date limite le 1er mars 2022

À l’occasion de la prochaine exposition « Poussin et l’amour » qui se tiendra au Musée des Beaux-Arts le Lyon (novembre 2022-mars 2023), le CRHI (centre de Recherche et d’histoire Inter-médias) de l’École Émile Cohl inaugure sa nouvelle revue scientifique annuelle, Démiurges. Pour son premier numéro, le thème du corps érotisé est questionné. Depuis l’Antiquité, le corps s’est érigé comme un idéal, incarnant les codes d’une société. Les arts et les médias s’en sont emparés pour...

Appel à communication : « Gender, Work and Service in Late Medieval Europe (1300–1600) », University of Cologne, date limite le 31 janvier 2022

International Conference at University of Cologne, 29th–30th September 2022 Work has long been recognised as crucial in both articulating and shaping gendered norms about one’s role and place within a given society. Medievalists have gained important insights by attention to gender, reassessing the very nature of work and blurring the lines between home and workplace, productive and reproductive labour, remunerated and unpaid work. Focussing on women’s work in particular, they have broadened the scope beyond...

Appel à communication : « Figures de musiciennes : images, représentations, scénographies », Paris, date limite le 10 janvier 2022

Colloque interdisciplinaire : « Figures de musiciennes : images, représentations, scénographies » Université Paris et Nanterre Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (9-10 juin 2022) On aura noté le nombre croissant de travaux qui visent à réhabiliter la place des artistes femmes dans l’histoire de la création artistique, qu’il s’agisse de peintres, de danseuses et de musiciennes, compositrices ou interprètes actives à différentes périodes de l’histoire et jusqu’à aujourd’hui. Parmi ces artistes femmes, la figure souvent ambivalente et subversive de...

Appel à contribution : « Depicting emotions in Eastern and Central Europe (1400-1900) », Pise, Astarte Edizioni, date limite le 15 décembre 2021

Edited Volume “Depicting emotions in Eastern and Central Europe (1400-1900)”. Edited by Silvia Marin Barutcieff, Pisa, Astarte Edizioni, 2022. The language of the volume is English. In the last two decades a number of scholars have published writings concerned with the history of emotions. These contributions examining the ʻemotional regimesʼ (William M. Reddy, 2001), ʻemotional communities’ (Barbara H. Rosenwein, 2006, 2016), ʻvocabulary of feelingʼ (Ute Frevert et al., 2014), ʻemotional bodiesʼ (Dolores Martin-Moruno, Beatriz Pichel,...

Parution : Tanja Jones (dir.), « Women Artists in the Early Modern Courts of Europe. c. 1450-1700 », Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2021

This volume presents the first collection of essays dedicated to women as producers of visual and material culture in the Early Modern European courts, offering fresh insights into the careers of, among others, Caterina van Hemessen, Sofonisba Anguissola, Luisa Roldán, and Diana Mantuana. Also considered are groups of female makers, such as ladies-in-waiting at the seventeenth-century Medici court. Chapters address works by women who occupied a range of social and economic positions within and around...

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