Étiqueté : Renaissance italienne

Conférence : Tom Henry, et al., « New Perspectives on Raphael », en ligne, 8 décembre 2020

Date 08 Dec 2020, 17:30 to 08 Dec 2020, 19:00 Institute The Warburg Institute Venue ONLINE Description Panel: Tom Henry (University of Kent), Claudia La Malfa (Loyola University, Chicago and University of Kent in Rome), Adam Lowe (Factum Arte), Arnold Nesselrath (Humboldt University, Berlin), Catherine Whistler (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford) In the last few years, a plethora of international events, books, articles and exhibitions have focused on Raphael to shed new light on his processes of...

Séminaire de Henri de Riedmatten – Intervention de Philippe Morel, « Les Ménades dansantes dans l’art italien de la Renaissance, entre survivance et réinvention », en ligne, le 2 décembre à 12h15

Dans le cadre du séminaire Actualité de la recherche, organisé par le Département d’histoire de l’art et de musicologie de l’Université de Genève, aura lieu la conférence : « Les Ménades dansantes dans l’art italien de la Renaissance, entre survivance et réinvention » par Philippe Morel (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne).  Le mercredi 2 décembre 2020 à 12h15,  en visioconférence. Lien Zoom : https://unige.zoom.us/j/98128576138 L’accès est libre et toute personne intéressée est la bienvenue.

Ressource : « Le Corps et l’Âme, de Donatello à Michel-Ange », entretien avec Marc Bormand et Philippe Morel

L’exposition « Le Corps et l’Âme, de Donatello à Michel-Ange » au musée du Louvre avait ouvert ses portes le 22 octobre dernier. Retour sur cette exposition avec Marc Bormand, conservateur en chef au département des sculptures au Louvre, et Philippe Morel, professeur d’histoire de l’art à la Sorbonne. Nous sommes en Europe, au coeur du XVème siècle, alors que l’Italie brillante et créatrice excelle dans tous les arts et se délecte de diverses voluptés. L’Italie en...

Conférence : Jonathan K. Nelson, « Ethiopian Christians in Florence: Filippino Lippi’s Adoration of the Magi and ‘Miracle of St Philip’ », en ligne, 12 novembre 2020

Thursday 12 November 2020 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm ONLINE EVENT   This is a live online event. Please register for more details. The platform and log in details will be sent to attendees at least 48 hours before the event. Please note that registration closes 30 minutes before the event start time. If you have not received the log in details or have any further queries, please contact researchforum@courtauld.ac.uk. Fifteen-century Florentine paintings regularly include black...

Conférence : Ana Debenedetti, « The Raphael Cartoons at the V&A », en ligne, 19 novembre 2020

Date 19 Nov 2020, 17:30 to 19 Nov 2020, 19:00 Institute The Warburg Institute Venue ONLINE Description Dr Ana Debenedetti (Victoria and Albert Museum) talks to Warburg Deputy Director Michelle O’Malley about the V&A’s new installation of the celebrated Raphael Cartoons in the Museum’s Raphael Court. Raphael’s work in painting, drawing, architecture and design had a profound effect on the arts, influencing not only his own time but also ours. Raphael 500 celebrates the painter’s life...

Conférence en ligne : Ulrich Pfisterer, « Raphael : Authorship, Networks, Workshop », le 15 octobre 2020, 17h30-19h

Date 15 Oct 2020, 17:30 to 15 Oct 2020, 19:00 Institute The Warburg Institute Venue ONLINE Professor Ulrich Pfisterer (Director, Zentralinstitut)     In the first event in the Warburg’s new series Raphael 500, Professor Pfisterer will focus on two related works by Raphael to address key questions concerning the relevance of authorship for the painter and his workshop, his approach to theoretical thinking, and the composition and interaction of his social network. Raphael’s work...

Parution : T. Shephard, S. Raninen, et all., « Music in the Art of Renaissance Italy, 1420–1540 », Brepols, 2020

Présentation de l’éditeur :  The first detailed survey of the representation of music in the art of Renaissance Italy, opening up new vistas within the social and culture history of Italian music and art in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. Visual representations of music were ubiquitous in Renaissance Italy. Church interiors were enlivened by altarpieces representing biblical and heavenly musicians, placed in conjunction with the ritual song of the liturgy. The interior spaces of...

Appel à communication : « Renaissance Bergamo: At the Edge of the Venetian Terraferma », RSA 2021, Dublin, date limite le 5 août 2020

Session du Congrès de la Renaissance Society of America – Dublin, 2021 Present day Bergamo is bifurcated into an  upper and lower portion of the city by the Venetian walls, built in 1561-1623 to discourage Milanese northward expansion, as well as to limit contraband trade. Bergamo was one of the most important of the strong points fortified by the Venetian state in the sixteenth century, through its position at the end of the chain in acting...

Parution : Alexander Nagel, Giancarla Periti, « Ravenna in the Imagination of Renaissance Art », Turnhout, Brepols, 2020

Ravenna in the Imagination of Renaissance Art It is clear that Renaissance artists and their patrons were interested in Ravenna’s buildings and their decorations, both before Vasari’s negative pronouncements and after them. Contemporary European travelers and diarists have left descriptions of the city’s heritage, by then in ruinous condition. What happens if we reinsert this corpus of Ravenna’s treasures and their multiple imbrications into our histories of Renaissance art? How can our narratives change if...

Parution : Amy R. Bloch et Daniel M. Zolli, « The Art of Sculpture in Fifteenth-Century Italy », Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2020

The Art of Sculpture in Fifteenth-Century Italy Fifteenth-century Italy witnessed sweeping innovations in the art of sculpture. Sculptors rediscovered new types of images from classical antiquity and invented new ones, devised novel ways to finish surfaces, and pushed the limits of their materials to new expressive extremes. The Art of Sculpture in Fifteenth-Century Italy surveys the sculptural production created by a range of artists throughout the peninsula. It offers a comprehensive overview of Italian sculpture...

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