Étiqueté : michelangelo

Exposition : « Michelangelo : Mind of the Master », Cleveland Museum of Art, du 22 septembre 2019 au 5 janvier 2020

The name of the Italian Renaissance painter, sculptor, and architect Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564) is synonymous with creative genius and virtuosity. The exhibition Michelangelo: Mind of the Master presents an unprecedented opportunity for museum visitors to experience the brilliance of Michelangelo’s achievements on an intimate scale through more than two dozen original drawings. Michelangelo’s genius is especially evident through his breathtaking draftsmanship on sheets filled with multiple figures and close studies of human anatomy. These working...

Parution: Guillaume Cassegrain, “Michel-Ange, origine d’une renommée”, Paris, Hazan

Parution: “Michel-Ange, origine d’une renommée”,  écrit par Guillaume Cassegrain, publication faite par Paris, Hazan le 27-03-2019 Guillaume Cassegrain, Michel-Ange, origine d’une renommée, Paris, Hazan, 320 pages, 30 euros. Code EAN : 9782754110624. L’ouvrage entend prendre Michel-Ange et son œuvre au «  mot  ». Nourri par les sources littéraires contemporaines, le texte propose une lecture monographique et une analyse biographique qui éclairent l’œuvre de Michel-Ange comme sa personnalité artistique. Notes, poèmes et correspondances autographes de l’artiste, associés...

Exposition : “The Renaissance Nude”, Londres, Royal Academy of Arts, du 3 mars au 2 juin 2019

Trace the development of the nude through some of the great masters of the Renaissance. Bringing together works by artists such as Titian, Raphael, Michelangelo, Leonardo, Dürer and Cranach, we shed light on a visual tradition at its most vital moment. The 15th and 16th centuries were a pivotal time for the nude in Western art. A renewed interested in ancient Greek and Roman art brought the human body to the forefront of artistic innovation....

Parution: Alessandro Nova et Vitale Zanchettin, “Michelangelo. Arte – Materia – Lavoro”

Parution: “Michelangelo. Arte – Materia – Lavoro”,  édité par Alessandro Nova et Vitale Zanchettin, publié par Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz, Max-Planck-Institut.   L’enorme crescita degli studi su Michelangelo negli ultimi due secoli, l’analisi sistematica e dettagliata delle sue committenze più recondite e lo scandaglio di nuove categorie di documenti, hanno messo in luce aspetti inattesi della sua personalità, definendo con precisione sempre maggiore i contorni dell’universo intellettuale entro cui gravitano i suoi capolavori. Nel dare...

Print Quarterly – Volume XXXVI – numéro 1 – March 2019

Print Quarterly – Volume XXXVI – numéro 1 – March 2019   Contents Rhoda Eitel-Porter, Drawings for the Woodcut Illustration to Alessandro Vellutello’s 1544 Commentary on Dante’s Comedia Joseph Connors, The Portuguese Genealogy of Wenceslaus Hollar and the Lost lisbon Monuments by François Duquesnoy Niccolo d’Agati, Fox-Hunt Garbage : Umberto Boccioni and British Illustration Shorter Notice Donatella Biagi Maino, Gaetano Gandolfi’s Albim of Prints by Giambattista and Giandomenico Tiepolo Notes Catalogue and Book Reviews Femke Speelberg, Prints at the Court of...

Conférence : « Michelangelo and the Life and Death of Adam and Eve », UCLA Royce Hall Room 306, Los Angeles, 20 Fév 2018, 12.00-13.00

In this talk, Herbert Morris (Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Law Emeritus, UCLA) analyzes Michelangelo’s treatment of Adam and Eve in three panels of the Sistine Ceiling devoted to their creation, temptation, and expulsion. Delving into topics that have been minimally attended to in the critical literature or not at all, this talk examines aspects of the paintings in which Michelangelo departs from the text of Genesis, such as the nakedness of Adam and Eve in...

Rencontres : “Autour des ‘Esclaves’ de Michel-Ange. Terribilità, inachèvement, espace”, Paris, INHA, 31 janvier 2015

Rencontres : “Autour des ‘Esclaves’ de Michel-Ange. Terribilità, inachèvement, espace”, Paris, INHA, 31 janvier 2015

Autour des ‘Esclaves’ de Michel-Ange. Terribilità, inachèvement, espace. 31 janvier 2015 – 9h15 – 21h           Galerie Colbert Institut national d’histoire de l’art entrée libre Accès : 6 rue des Petits-Champs ou 2, rue Vivienne 75002 Paris   Pour cette quatrième édition, la Galerie Colbert ouvre à nouveau ses portes au grand public. Lieu historique conservant la mémoire du XIXe siècle et de ses fameux « passages », elle héberge depuis 2001 la plupart...