Étiqueté : Titien

Exposition : Titian, Women, Myth & Power, Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner, du 12 août 2021 au 2 janvier 2022

Between 1551 and 1562, Titian created a series of monumental paintings for King Philip II of Spain. Celebrated as landmarks of western painting, the six poesie — or painted poetries — envision epic stories from classical Antiquity. Titian reimagined these familiar tales and used his modern style of painting to shape the future of western art. For the first time in over four centuries, Isabella Stewart Gardner’s fully restored Rape of Europa is reunited with its five illustrious companions...

Conférence : Philippe Morel, “Plaisir fantasmatique, plaisir charnel et plaisir métaphorique dans la peinture de Correggio à Tiziano”, Festival de l’Histoire de l’Art, en ligne, 5 juin, 16h-17h

La série des amours de Jupiter de Correggio décline les différentes modalités d’expression du plaisir amoureux. La femme y est notamment sujet actif de la relation amoureuse et le fantasme érotique y joue un rôle particulier. PLAISIR FANTASMATIQUE, PLAISIR CHARNEL ET PLAISIR MÉTAPHORIQUE DANS LA PEINTURE DE CORREGGIO À TIZIANO Intervenant : Philippe Morel (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) le 5 juin 2021, de 16h00 à 17h00 Château de Fontainebleau – Chapelle de la Trinité en...

Colloque : Pintura, música, poesía: En torno a las poesías de Tiziano, Madrid, Fundación Carlos de Amberes, 13-14 avril 2021

La celebración en el Museo del Prado de la exposición Pasiones Mitológicas y la publicación del libro Mitologías: Poesías de Tiziano para Felipe II, son la ocasión para reflexionar sobre el tema de la relación entre literatura, pintura y música en el Renacimiento veneciano. La relación entre estas tres artes constituye uno de los puntos de mayor preocupación entre historiadores del arte, de la literatura y de la musicología actuales. Los cuadros que ahora podemos ver en el...

Exposition : Pasiones mitológicas, Madrid, Museo del Prado, du 2 mars 2021

La exposición “Pasiones mitológicas: Tiziano, Veronese, Allori, Rubens, Ribera, Poussin, Van Dyck, Velázquez”, que permanecerá en la sala C del edificio Jerónimos desde el 2 de marzo hasta el 4 de julio con el patrocinio exclusivo de la Fundación BBVA, constituye una ocasión irrepetible para contemplar una de las mejores selecciones de la pintura mitológica que se hizo en Europa en los siglos XVI y XVII. Organizada por el Museo Nacional del Prado, la National...

Conférence : Guillaume Cassegrain, « Nom d’un chien. Titien et la question de l’animal », en ligne, le 3 mars, 12h15-13h45

Dans le cadre du séminaire Actualité de la recherche, organisé conjointement par le Département d’histoire de l’art et de musicologie de l’Université de Genève et la HEAD – Genève, aura lieu la conférence : « Nom d’un chien. Titien et la question de l’animal » par Guillaume Cassegrain (Université Grenoble Alpes). Mercredi 3 mars 2021 à 12h15,  en visioconférence. Lien Zoom : https://unige.zoom.us/s/92187843985 L’accès est libre et toute personne intéressée est la bienvenue. Affiche à télécharger (format PDF) Source

Conférence en ligne : Christopher Nygren, “Titian’s Icons: Logos and Kairos in Renaissance Devotion”, 21 juillet, 19h

An evening webinar lecture with Christoper Nygren (University of Pittsburgh). Part of our summer webinar series on “Reason and Beauty in Renaissance Christian Thought and Culture,” presented in collaboration with the American Cusanus Society Titian is one of the most famous painters of the Italian Renaissance. He is mostly known for his amazing mythological paintings and depictions of the female nude, which became a staple of the tradition of European painting. It is less well known that...

Parution : Christopher J. Nygren, “Titian’s Icons. Tradition, Charisma, and Devotion in Renaissance Italy”, Penn State University Press, 2020

Titian’s Icons – Tradition, Charisma, and Devotion in Renaissance Italy Titian, one of the most successful painters of the Italian Renaissance, was credited by his contemporaries with painting a miracle-working image, the San Rocco Christ Carrying the Cross. Taking this unusual circumstance as a point of departure, Christopher J. Nygren revisits the scope and impact of Titian’s life’s work. Nygren shows how, motivated by his status as the creator of a miracle-working object, Titian played an...

Appel à contribution : « The Church of San Rocco: Confraternal Religious Space and Sanctuary », Venise, 2-4 décembre 2021, date limite le 21 juin 2020

The project Churches of Venice: New Research Perspectives (Chiese di Venezia: Nuove prospettive di ricerca)—begun in 2010 and from 2017 supported by the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage at Ca’ Foscari University, Venice and currently sponsored by Save Venice Inc.—consists of a multi-year program of interdisciplinary conferences each focused on a specific Venetian church. The project is designed to engage different disciplines for a deeper understanding of the complex social and religious phenomena embodied...

Parution : Ben Van Beneden, Fred Meijer, Timothy De Paepe et Dirk Imhof, “From Titian to Rubens. Masterpieces from Antwerp and other Flemish Collections”, Gand, Snoeck, 2020

From Titian to Rubens – Masterpieces from Antwerp and other Flemisch Collections  In 2017 the Rubens House in Antwerp received two exceptional masterpieces on long-term loan from a private collection : the Vision of Saint Catherine, a painting that has meanwhile become known worldwide as `David Bowie’s Tintoretto’, and Portrait of a Lady and her Daughter, one of Titian’s rare double portraits of a woman and child. To mark the return of these two iconic...

Parution : Matthias Wivel, “Titian. Love, Desire, Death”, Londres, Yale University Press, 2020

Titian Love, Desire, Death Matthias Wivel; With contributions by Beverly Louise Brown, Jill Dunkerton, Paul Hills, Lelia Packer, Javier Portús, Nathaniel Silver, and Aidan Weston-Lewis A celebration of one of the most important groups of Renaissance paintings Titian (active 1506–1576) produced a masterful group of paintings for Philip II of Spain, celebrating the loves of gods, goddesses, and mortals. Depicting scenes from Ovid’s narrative poem Metamorphoses, Titian named them “poesie” and considered the works as...

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