Étiqueté : sculpture

Exposition : Le Corps et l’Âme De Donatello à Michel-Ange. Sculptures italiennes de la Renaissance, Paris, Musée du Louvre, du 22 Octobre 2020 au 18 Janvier 2021

Grâce à plus de 150 oeuvres, cette exposition, organisée avec le musée du Castello Sforzesco de Milan, dégage les principales lignes de force qui cheminent dans toute l’Italie durant la seconde moitié du Quattrocento pour aboutir, au début du 16e siècle, à un moment d’apogée de la sculpture de la Renaissance. La représentation de la figure humaine dans la diversité de ses mouvements prend alors des formes extrêmement novatrices. Ces recherches sur l’expression et les sentiments sont...

Colloque : « Per un nuovo canone della scultura. Marmi, terrecotte e legni nell’Italia del nord (1300-1600) », Bologne, Fondazione Federico Zeri, 24-25 septembre 2020

A cura di Andrea Bacchi, Laura Cavazzini, Aldo Galli, Susanna Zanuso Convegno aperto al pubblico Webinar in diretta Facebook 24 settembre 10.00-13.30|15.00-18.00 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83459504733 25 settembre 9.30-13.30|15.00-17.30 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86067612227 Bologna, Fondazione Federico Zeri (piazzetta Giorgio Morandi 2 – 40125 Bologna)     Ancora qualche posto disponibile in sala, per riservare scrivere a fondazionezeri.info@unibo.it Ricordiamo che sarà possibile seguire tutto il convegno in diretta streaming e che la registrazione sarà resa disponibile sul canale YouTube della Fondazione Zeri. Il...

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...

Conférence en ligne : Nicholas Penny, From Antiquity to Modernity: from Sculpture to Painting, Londres, The Warburg Institute, 15-22-29 juin 2020, 17h30

These three lectures, extracted and adapted from the eight Slade Lectures given at the University of Cambridge earlier this year, explore some of the different ways in which the art of ancient Greece and Rome was interpreted, misinterpreted, revived and re-imagined between the fifteenth and the twentieth centuries. Sir Nicholas Penny is Visiting Professor at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou. He was Director of the National Gallery from 2008 to 2015, and previously held...

Appel à communication : Newberry Seminar in European Art, date limite le 15 juin 2020

The Center for Renaissance Studies is pleased to welcome proposals for the 2020-2021 Newberry Seminar in European Art. Focused on the history of European art, from its origins through the nineteenth century, this seminar provides a forum for presenting current research, as well as a venue to bring together a diverse community of art historians for intellectual exchange, collegial conversation, and debate. We construe art history in broad terms, embracing painting, sculpture, graphic art, architecture,...

Exposition : « A nostra immagine. Scultura in terracotta nel Rinascimento da Donatello a Riccio », Padoue, Museo Diocesano, jusqu’au 2 juin 2020

A conclusione del progetto Mi sta a cuore, che tra 2018 e 2019 ci ha visti impegnati nel restauro di tre sculture in terracotta del Rinascimento, dal 15 febbraio al 2 giugno 2020 nelle Gallerie del Palazzo Vescovile è finalmente aperta la mostra: A nostra immagine. Scultura in terracotta del Rinascimentoda Donatello a Riccio È un’occasione straordinaria per avvicinarci a queste preziose quanto fragili immagini del nostro passato, che un tempo popolavano le chiese, i capitelli agli incroci...

Appel à contribution : Funerary Inscriptions in Early Modern Europe, Intersections. Yearbook for Early Modern Studies, Brill, date limite le 15 mai 2020

In this volume of Intersections, we want to bring together studies that consider funerary inscriptions in Early Modern Europe within the context of a culture of commemoration and remembrance. Depending on funding, a 2 day conference to prepare the volume is planned to take place in Frankfurt am Main in late August or early September 2021. Applicants will be notified before June 30, 2020. Although funerary inscriptions from the period 1400-1800 have been collected and...

Parution : Christian K. Kleinbub, « Michelangelo’s Inner Anatomies », Penn State University Press, 2020.

This book challenges the notion that Michelangelo, renowned for his magnificent portrayals of the human body, was merely concerned with “superficial” anatomy—that is, the parts of the body that can be seen from the outside. Christian K. Kleinbub provides a fresh perspective on Michelangelo’s art of the human figure by investigating what he calls the artist’s “inner anatomical poetics,” revealing these beautiful bodies as objects of profound intellectual and spiritual significance. Michelangelo’s Inner Anatomies illuminates...

Appel à contributions : Ninth Quadrennial Italian Renaissance Sculpture Conference, University of Vermont, Burlington, 11 au 13 octobre 2020, date limite 1er mars 2020

Appel à contributions : Ninth Quadrennial Italian Renaissance Sculpture Conference, University of Vermont, Burlington, 11 au 13 octobre 2020, date limite 1er mars 2020 Co-organized by Amy Bloch, SUNY Albany, and Kelley Helmstutler Di Dio, University of Vermont The Ninth Quadrennial Italian Renaissance Sculpture Conference, known colloquially as “Provo-Athens,” will convene in Burlington, Vermont on October 11–13, 2020. The conference will provide a forum for the presentation of new research on Italian sculpture during the...

Exposition : « Plasmato dal fuoco. La scultura in bronzo nella Firenze degli ultimi Medici », Florence, Uffizi, jusqu’au 12 janvier 2020

Tutta l’energia dell’arte barocca imprigionata nel metallo, grazie alla potenza viva della fiamma: è questo, in sintesi, il concetto di Plasmato dal fuoco. La scultura in bronzo nella Firenze degli ultimi Medici, mostra accolta dal 18 settembre 2019 al 12 gennaio 2020 al Tesoro dei Granduchi, negli spazi al pianterreno di Palazzo Pitti. Le opere sono oltre 170, con molti prestigiosi prestiti da musei internazionali, quali i Musei Vaticani, il Louvre, il Victoria and Albert...

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