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«Post Scriptum» | Grégory Sugnaux – Solo Exhibition, January 31 – April 12, 2024

Art Fellow Grégory Sugnaux presents the corpus of works he has produced during his residency at the Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History, delving into the archives, the photographic collection, and the library. more

Hilde in Italia. Arte e vita nelle fotografie di Hilde Lotz-Bauer | Hilde in Italy. Art and Life in Photographs by Hilde Lotz-Bauer, 17/01 - 05/05/2024

Around 100 photographs illustrate Hilde Bauer’s activities as photographer in Italy in 1934-1943, among them photographs of people and places in the Abruzzi as well as her work for art historical research at the Bibliotheca Hertziana and the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florence. more

Season’s greetings with our best wishes for the New Year

From the many threads that made up the fabric of research carried out at the Hertziana in 2023, we have chosen to highlight our current projects that revolve around women's perspectives. more

Mauro Staccioli: Cementing an Artistic Legacy

Mauro Staccioli: Cementing an Artistic Legacy (18 October 2023 – 19 January 2024) examines the work of Mauro Staccioli through a selection of archival materials. The exhibition is curated by Marica Antonucci. more

<em>Tanti auguri</em> to Christoph Luitpold Frommel

Christoph Luitpold Frommel celebrates his 90th birthday on September 25, 2023. Both in its subject and in its methodology, his research on Renaissance architecture revolutionized the scholarly field. Frommel was born in Heidelberg and spent many formative years at the Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History; first as a fellow, then as assistant, and finally as its director.  more

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hermann Schlimme (1969–2023)

It is with great sorrow that we announce the sudden and unexpected passing of Hermann Schlimme, our esteemed colleague for many years. Hermann Schlimme was a research associate at the Bibliotheca Hertziana from 1998 to 2016. more

Season’s greetings with our best wishes for the New Year

2022 was marked by the devastating invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops. Millions of Ukrainians had to flee their country, among them many art scholars and artists. We immediately joined the #ScienceForUkraine initiative and welcomed five Ukrainian and two Russian art scholars threatened by the war. more

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