Étiqueté : Les Marches

Conférence en ligne : « Surprise. Carlo Crivelli at Ikon Gallery », Londres, Warburg Institute, le 12 mai 2022

Curatorial Conversation – Surprise. Carlo Crivelli at Ikon Gallery Curators Amanda Hilliam and Jonathan Watkins in conversation with Professor Michelle O’Malley Carlo Crivelli: Shadows on the Sky is the first exhibition in the UK dedicated to this Renaissance artist. It also happens to be taking place at a venue renowned for the presentation of modern and contemporary art: Ikon Gallery in Birmingham. Curators Amanda Hilliam and Jonathan Watkins will discuss the development of the project...

Exposition : « Carlo Crivelli : Shadows on the Sky », Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, jusqu’au 29 mai 2022

Ikon presents the first exhibition in the UK dedicated to the work of Renaissance artist Carlo Crivelli. Shadows on the Sky highlights his experimental use of perspective, trompe l’oeil (optical illusion) and sculptural relief to create illusions of illusionism. Such cleverness was conveyed with consummate craftsmanship and foiled by an extraordinary elegance. Crivelli’s paintings both suggest and undermine his own visual trickery to explore the coexistence of material and spiritual realities. Organised in partnership with...

Conférence : Victor Schmidt, « Renaissance Processional Banners and Standards from the Marches », en ligne, le 3 juin, 18h00

Processional banners and standards form a fascinating category in early modern painting. The largest group of extant Italian specimens were commissioned in the Marches (or painted by artists from that region). Some are modest artefacts, while others are the work of the greatest painters of the period, such as Gentile da Fabriano, Luca Signorelli, Perugino, Raphael and Titian. In this lecture, Victor Schmidt will discuss a number of aspects of these paintings, including typology, function,...

Colloque international : « Le Marche e l’Adriatico nel Quattrocento : Arte e architettura tra eredità gotica e Rinascimento dell’antico », en ligne, 28-29 avril 2021

La produzione artistica e architettonica quattrocentesca nell’attuale territorio marchigiano si profila come un fenomeno proteiforme e complesso, tanto da sfuggire a una reductio ad unum della storia e della critica. Gli studi degli ultimi trent’anni sulla “fioritura tardogotica nelle Marche” (con le tre mostre di Urbino, Sanseverino Marche e Fermo), su Gentile da Fabriano e la sua eredità, sulla stagione varanesca di Camerino e sulla pittura di Ancona (condotti da gruppi di ricerca guidati da...

Exposition : Rinascimento Marchigiano, Senigallia, Palazzo del Duca, jusqu’au 5 avril 2021

La mostra Rinascimento Marchigiano. Opere d’arte restaurate dai luoghi del sisma arriva alla sua ultima tappa ospitata dal Comune di Senigallia nello spazio espositivo di Palazzo del Duca, dopo essere stata ad Ascoli Piceno e a Roma nella storica sede del Pio Sodalizio dei Piceni presso il Complesso Monumentale di San Salvatore in Lauro. In questo viaggio per l’Italia, l’esposizione ha permesso a un vasto pubblico di scoprire un significativo nucleo di opere d’arte che sono...

Exposition : « Lorenzo Lotto il richiamo delle marche » , Macerata, Palazzo Buonaccorsi – Musei Civici, du 19 octobre 2018 au 10 février 2019

  2018 brings one of the most fascinating artists of the Renaissance back into the international spotlight, with events in Spain, in the United kingdom, and in Italy. In the Marche region, a major two-track exhibition leads from Macerata, where the works linked to this land, but scattered around Europe, go back to Lotto’s masterpieces wich are preserved in the territory. Among villages hills and sea. Lorenzo Lotto goes back to being protagonist in the Marche region,...

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