Étiqueté : urbanisme

Appel à contribution : « Architecture of Medieval Port Cities. Italy and the Mediterranean », Convivium X/1, date limite le 1er mai 2022

Deadline for abstracts: 1 May 2022 Deadline for manuscripts: 31 August 2022 Deadline for complete articles: 31 January 2023 Recent scholarship has explored port cities of the medieval and early modern Mediterranean—from the Iberian peninsula, to Italy and North Africa, to the Levant—as complex sites of artistic encounter, exchange, and mobility. In dialogue with current research on the movement of artworks, materials, and people across the Mediterranean world, we invite art and architectural historians, archeologists,...

Colloque en ligne : Mendicants, Humanists and the Aesthetics of the civitas, Bibliotheca Hertziana, 5-6 octobre 2021

Mendicants, Humanists and the Aesthetics of the civitas. Debates and Political Culture in the 14th and 15th Centuries and their Impact on Art, Architecture and Urban Space   The conference aims to shed light on the often-marginalised role of the mendicants within the studia humanitatis. The contribution of religious orders to humanism has been noted in the historical sciences for decades, but in art history it awaits further research and some clarification with regard to...

Parution : Cristina Acidini et Elena Gurrieri, Florence through Renaissance Eyes, Florence, Leo S. Olschki, 2021

This book is the ideal companion to discover the ancient heart of Florence through the eyes of an exceptional witness: Marco di Bartolomeo Rustici (1392/93-1457), goldsmith and humanist, author of an extraordinary Codex that takes his name. In the Codex, Rustici describes and depicts religious and secular elements of the historic center of Florence around 1450. At the time, the city’s medieval urban fabric was being enriched with grandiose Renaissance monuments designed by Filippo Brunelleschi...

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