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Exposition : Treasury Objects of the Middle Ages, Londres, Sam Fogg, du 24 juin au 30 juillet 2021

Treasury Objects of the Middle Ages (24th June – 30th July 2021) is the first selling exhibition of its type in more than a century. Devoted entirely to the subject of medieval goldsmiths’ work, it provides a unique survey of the varied types of precious, small-scale metalwork objects that were produced between the 12th and 16th centuries for use in cathedrals, churches, monasteries, and private chapels across Europe. Uniting the forty-five objects in this exhibition are the rich and glittering...

Parution : Beth Williamson, « Reliquary Tabernacles in Fourteenth-Century Italy: Image, Relic and Material Culture », Suffolk, Boydell and Brewer, 2020

Ground-breaking study of the enigmatic and unique tabernacles from fourteenth-century Italy, which for the first time combined relics and images. Images and relics were central tools in the process of devotional practice in medieval Europe. The reliquary tabernacles that emerged in the 1340s, in the area of Central Italy surrounding the city of Siena, combined images and relics, presented visibly together, within painted and decorated wooden frames. In these tabernacles the various media and materials...

Reframing, coronation and re-installation of Marian images (Munich, 7-8 Dec 18)

LMU Munich, December 7 – 08, 2018 Deadline: Jul 1, 2018 Madonne. Reframing, coronation and re-installation of Marian images in early modern spaces. International conference supported by SACRIMA – The Normativity of Sacred Images in Early Modern Europe Early modern efforts to reinvigorate the diverse plethora of Marian sculptures and paintings reflect the enduring position of the Virgin in both Catholic and Protestant forms of worship. Artists transformed and re-created Lucan icons through referential and innovative acts...

Journées d’étude : “Neue Tendenzen der Italienforschung”, Max-Planck-Institut, Florence, du 13 au 15 novembre 2014

Journées d’étude : “Neue Tendenzen der Italienforschung”, Max-Planck-Institut, Florence, du 13 au 15 novembre 2014

Neue Tendenzen der Italienforschung (Florenz, 13-15 Nov 14)     Florenz, Kunsthistorisches Institut – Max-Planck-Institut, Palazzo Grifoni, via dei Servi 51 (angolo SS. Annunziata), 13. – 15.11.2014 Doktoranden-Workshop Neue Tendenzen der Italienforschung zu Mittelalter und Renaissance unter Leitung von : – Prof. Dr. Ingrid Baumgärtner (Kassel), Prof. Dr. Klaus Herbers (Erlangen-Nürnberg), – Prof. Dr. Alessandro Nova (Florenz/Frankfurt am Main) und Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wolf (Florenz/Berlin) Vom 13. bis 15. November 2014 findet am Kunsthistorischen Institut (Max-Planck-Institut) in...

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