Étiqueté : Italian renaissance

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...

Exposition : “Dai primitivi a Filippo Lippi. Il nuovo allestimento di Palazzo Barberini”, Rome, Palais Barberini, jusqu’au 30 juin 2023

Da venerdì 29 aprile 2022 le Gallerie Nazionali di Arte Antica riaprono le porte delle undici sale del piano terra di Palazzo Barberini, completamente rinnovate e riallestite. Con questo intervento, a cura di Flaminia Gennari Santori con Maurizia Cicconi e Michele Di Monte, e progetto allestitivo di Enrico Quell, si conclude, dopo tre anni, il complesso riallestimento della collezione permanente del museo. Le 50 opere del piano terra, dall’Alto Medioevo al primissimo Cinquecento, sono disposte...

Parution : Stefan Bauer, Simon Ditchfield, “A Renaissance Reclaimed Jacob Burckhardt’s Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy Reconsidered”, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2022

  Brings together in one place the insights of historians of Renaissance literature, art, scholarship, religion, political theory, and festivals Considers Burckhardt’s ideas both in terms of their intrinsic worth and for what they tell us about the age in which he was writing Represents the latest scholarship in the relevant fields   Publication date : 24 May 2022 Source

Appel à contribution : « Copying and Imitation in Early Modern Architecture », Bruxelles/Gand, UCLouvain et UGent, Juin 2023, date limite le 15 juillet 2022

Organizers Nele De Raedt, Elizabeth Merrill Concept This research project takes as its premise the notion that practices of imitation and direct copying were integral to architectural design and production in early modern Europe. Architectural theory of the time posited that architecture was an art in constant evolution based on the practice of imitation. In such theories, the imitation of models, in order to create new designs, necessarily included an element of invention, which allowed...

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