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Exposition : « Faszination Rom. Maarten van Heemskerck zeichnet die Stadt », Berlin, Kulturforum, 26 avril-4 août 2024

The Kupferstichkabinett Berlin owns two spectacular albums with around 160 drawings by the Dutch artist Maarten van Heemskerck (1498–1574), executed in Rome between 1532 and 1536/37. During these years he wandered through the city, visited collections of antiquities, made pilgrimages to the holy sites, and filled his sketchbook with drawings. These include wide panoramas and city views as well as studies of ancient ruins and sculptures. In this way, he compiled an extensive stock of...

Appel à contribution : « The Lessons of Rome », Lyon, Musée des beaux-arts, 15 mars 2024, date limite le 16 février 2024

The Lessons of Rome (7th edition). The Lessons of Rome aim to propose a space for reflection for anyone who grasps Italy as an architectural, urban, and landscape research laboratory. Defining Italy as a laboratory involves analyzing contexts of urban policies but also as design experiences, theories, practices, legacies, mutations, and prospects. It means building knowledge and culture, learning and developing tools to conceive the present and to enrich contemporary practices. The Lessons of Rome provide...

Journée d’étude : « ‘e caminando alla perfezzione’: Pellegrino Tibaldi Pittore e Architetto tra Roma, Pavia, Madrid », Pavie, Collegio Borromeo, 8-9 novembre 2023

Mercoledì 8 novembre 2023, Aula Goldoniana del Collegio Ghislieri, Piazza Collegio Ghislieri 5. Ore 15,00-17,00 L’esperienza di Pellegrino pittore Ore 15,00 Introduce Gianpaolo Angelini (Università di Pavia) 15,30 Giulia Daniele (Scuola Normale Superiore): La prima attività di Pellegrino pittore: Roma, Bologna, Ancona e il rapporto con Prospero Fontana 16,00 Camilla Colzani (Università degli Studi di Urbino “Carlo Bo”): Pellegrino Tibaldi attraverso i disegni. Roma, Bologna, le Marche 16,30 Valentina Balzarotti (Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la...

Appel à contribution : « Exploring Rome through Drawing in the 16th Century », Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History, 6-8 mars 2024, date limite le 12 novembre 2023

Concept and organization: Tatjana Bartsch, Tanja Michalsky, Johannes Röll. Invited keynote speaker: Ilja M. Veldman In 1532, the painter Maarten van Heemskerck (1498–1574) set out on a journey from Haarlem to Rome. A collection of 94 sheets with about 160 drawings in the Berlin Kupferstichkabinett, including 66 sheets of a former sketchbook with drawings on both sides, provides a visual testimony to his five-year stay. It is the world’s largest corpus of Van Heemskerck’s Roman drawings,...

Journées d’étude : « The Allure of Rome: Studying Ancient Architecture 1500 – 1550 », Rome, The British School/en ligne, 26-27 octobre 2023

The buildings of antiquity, especially those in Rome, were of fundamental interest to Renaissance architects over the course of the first half of the sixteenth century. During a very few decades, numerous works were surveyed and recorded, often for the first time, and in ever more exacting detail and with ever greater sophistication, among them Rome’s Colosseum and Pantheon and very many other prominent monuments. This great achievement not only provided a touchstone for contemporary...

Séminaire : Barbara Furlotti, « The Long Road to Success. Giulio Romano between Rome and Mantua », en ligne, 11 janvier-8 février 2024

In his Lives of the Artists (1568), Giorgio Vasari describes Giulio Romano (1492 or 1499/1546) as “inventive, versatile, prolific”, but also “jovial, affable, gracious and absolutely abounding in the finest manners”. Having met Giulio in Mantua and having spent a few days leafing through his outstanding collection of drawings, Vasari’s opinion was based on first-hand experience. For him, Giulio embodied the ideal Italian Renaissance artist: someone who possessed a prodigious talent and the manners of...

Appel à contribution : «  Early Modern Rome », Rome, 14-15 novembre 2024, date limite le 30 septembre 2023

Early modern Rome was contradictory and complex; its vernacular and high culture animated and rich. From Petrarch’s crowning as Poet Laureate on the Capitoline in 1341 to the foundation of the “new” Arcadia by Livio Odescalchi in 1711, this conference aims to bring together scholars from a range of disciplines to investigate the city of Rome proper as well as the campagna romana through a variety of different approaches and methods. The resounding response to...

Appel à contribution : « “Né spelunca o caverna è fra gli sassi…”, Ancient and modern nymphaea in Rome and Lazio », Rome, Archivio del Moderno – Università della Svizzera italiana, 13-15 décembre 2023, date limite le 23 juin 2023

On the occasion of the pictorial cycle restoration of the Ninfeo della Pioggia in the Horti Farnesiani, Palatino, Parco archeologico Del Colosseo will house an international thematic conference entitlet “Nè spelunca o caverna è fra gli sassi…”. Ancient and modern nymphaea in Rome and Lazio. Archeology and Fortune of a polysemic space, hosted by Alfonsina Russo, Roberta Alteri, Alessio De Cristofaro. According to archaeological literature, environments and architectural structures that readapt or artificially imitates natural...

Exposition : « The Bentvueghels. A Notorious Art Society in Rome », Utrecht, Centraal Museum, 11 février-4 juin 2023

This exhibition tells the particular story of a group of artists from the Northern and Southern Netherlands, who united in Rome around 1620 in the artist group ‘The Bentvueghels’. The distinctive name of this group derives from how the members saw themselves; namely as a group of colorful birds. With their rites and customs, they parodied the two official ‘sacred houses’ of Italy: the Roman Catholic Church and the Accademia di San Luca. The compatriots...

Colloque : « L’Europa della porpora. Arte e politica dei Principi della Chiesa », Rome, Fondazione Camillo Caetani/Università Roma Tre, 16-17 mars 2023

Dal 16 al 17 marzo 2023, l’Università degli Studi Roma Tre in collaborazione con la Fondazione Camillo Caetani, organizzeranno un convegno internazionale dal titolo “L’Europa della porpora. Arte e politica dei Principi della Chiesa (1564-1605)”. Il convegno vuole aprire una nuova finestra di discussione sul ruolo giocato da presuli e porporati nella costruzione della “Nova Ecclesia” post-tridentina, non solo in Italia, ma sullo scacchiere europeo. Confrontandosi con un’epoca attraversata da forti tensioni socio-religiose, l’incontro vuole provare...

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