Étiqueté : Vierge Marie

Appel à articles : « Mary-Anne : Iconographies and Layers of Meaning », date limite le 10 octobre 2021

The proposed volume concentrates on representations of the Virgin Mary and Saint Anne in the Middle Ages by bringing into discussion new approaches on their iconographies. In certain instances, Mary’s life incorporates episodes of Saint Anne’s allowing, thus, multiple readings and multiple layers of meaning in the very same (visual) representation. The volume is dedicated to the iconography of the Virgin Mary and Saint Anne, generally speaking, from any geographic area. This implies that any...

Appel à contribution : « The Virgin and the City. Urban Marian Spaces in Late Medieval Europe », en ligne, 9-14 mai 2022, date limite le 1er septembre 2021

The session wishes to analyze the Marian presence in Late Medieval European cities. The scholarly importance of the session lies in understanding how the Virgin became a part of urban landscapes and how the political and civic powers enhanced religious place‐making practices. How was the Mother of God accommodated and exhibited in civic space? What does Marian images’ location reveal about the relationship between devotion and public places? Why did the Virgin become the guarantor...

Journée d’étude en ligne : Ora Pro Nobis: Marian Devotion in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, British Archeaological Association, le 3 juillet 2021

An online day in honour of Dr Cathy Oakes SATURDAY 3 JULY 2021 Cathy Oakes was Director of Studies in the History of Art at Oxford University’s Department of Continuing Education and a Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford, co-founder of the Centre for Marian Studies, and a lecturer for the Learning Department of the V&A, The Arts Society (formerly NADFAS), Art Pursuits Abroad, ACE, and many other organisations, Dr Oakes inspired countless students by her...

Appel à communication : « The Virgin as Auctoritas : The Authority of the Virgin Mary and female moral–doctrinal authority in the Middle Ages », Association for Art History Annual Conference, Birmingham, date limite le 19 octobre 2020

Annual Association for Art History Conference, Birmingham 14 – 17 April 2021 Deadline 19 October 2020 This session aims at exploring a fundamental issue: female authority through the lens of visual/material culture. It involves prominently the Virgin Mary – as well as figures of female authority in the medieval world – because in the late decades of the 20th century, feminist thinkers pointed at the ‘negative model’ offered by the Virgin Mary since for centuries...

Appel à contribution : « Représentations de la Vierge Marie entre culte officiel et vénération locale », Bucarest, Faculté des Lettres de l’Université de Bucarest, 23-24 octobre 2020, date limite le 31 mars 2020

Ce colloque a pour objectif de réunir des philologues, des historiens, des historiens de l’art et des théologiens intéressés à explorer ces réseaux narratifs sur la Vierge, qui relient de différents espaces culturels et de modalités discursives différentes, dans l’époque pré-moderne. Une attention particulière sera prêtée aux corpus des miracles de la Sainte Vierge. Le colloque se situe dans la lignée de manifestations scientifiques similaires, organisées à l’Institut Catholique de Rennes (2019), Les miracles de...

Exposition : « Raphael in Berlin: The Madonnas of the Gemäldegalerie », Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, jusqu’au 26 avril 2020

As part of the Raphael anniversary celebrations in 2020, the Gemäldegalerie will be putting on a one-room show that brings together five Madonnas from their collection, which will be accompanied by loans from the National Gallery in London and the Kupferstichkabinett Berlin. The Meeting of the Madonnas in Berlin: 500 Years Since the Death of Raphael Monday 6 April 2020 will mark 500 years since the death of Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino (born 6 April...

Parution : Benito Navarrete Prieto, Murillo, Persuasion and Aura, Turnhout, Brepols, 2019

This book examines how Murillo constructed his paintings and the devices he employed to provoke responses in the viewer, both then and now. Murillo has attracted particular attention from historians since the seventeenth century to the present day, though opinions of his oeuvre have varied from period to period. The communicative power of his paintings, both then and now, has led him to be used and exploited for different ends. He deliberately cultivated this quality...

Exposition : « Botticelli : Heroines + Heroes », Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, du 14 février au 19 mai 2019

Legendary painter Sandro Botticelli transformed ancient stories of lust, betrayal, and violence into Renaissance parables. In 1894, Isabella Stewart Gardner bought the Story of Lucretia, bringing the first Botticelli to America. Heroines + Heroes reunites her iconic Lucretia with its companion Virginia from the Accademia Carrara, Bergamo, a pair of paintings conceived for the Vespucci family palace in Florence. Together with additional extraordinary loans from Europe and the United States, this exhibition invites you to explore Botticelli’s revolutionary narratives, as he reinvented...

Reframing, coronation and re-installation of Marian images (Munich, 7-8 Dec 18)

LMU Munich, December 7 – 08, 2018 Deadline: Jul 1, 2018 Madonne. Reframing, coronation and re-installation of Marian images in early modern spaces. International conference supported by SACRIMA – The Normativity of Sacred Images in Early Modern Europe Early modern efforts to reinvigorate the diverse plethora of Marian sculptures and paintings reflect the enduring position of the Virgin in both Catholic and Protestant forms of worship. Artists transformed and re-created Lucan icons through referential and innovative acts...

Conférence : Damien Berné et Élisabeth Taburet-Delahaye musée de Cluny, Marc Bormand et Sophie Jugie, musée du Louvre, “Pise, XIVe siècle et Bourgogne, XVe siècle. Dialogue sur des ensembles séparés entre les musées du Louvre et de Cluny”, Paris- Musée du Louvre/Auditorium, le 14 avril 2017 à 12h30.

Pise, XIVe siècle et Bourgogne, XVe siècle. Dialogue sur des ensembles séparés entre les musées du Louvre et de Cluny Depuis quelques mois, le musée de Cluny est en travaux : il a engagé sa rénovation, par la création d’un nouvel accueil et la refonte de son parcours de visite. Sa fermeture partielle pendant ce chantier lui a permis de proposer de réunir au Louvre, du 7 avril 2016 au 19 mars 2018, deux ensembles...

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