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The Fragility of Pastel

Workshop
Pastel is a difficult medium for art history. Its origin is obscure, its classification complex, its status suspended between painting and drawing, between preparatory and finished work. One thing about pastel is clear, though: its extreme susceptibility to damage. [more]

Art to Numbers - Ph.D. Seminar

Ph.D. seminar
Practical implementation and theoretical analysis of visual similarity in the context of (digital) art history, with a short hands-on introduction to the ImageGraph tool and invites participants to discuss how digital methods can assist art historical research methodologies. [more]

From Concepts to Tools

Workshop
  • Event with pre-registration onsite and online via Zoom
  • Date: May 11, 2022
  • Time: 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Speaker: Workshop
Practical implementation and theoretical analysis of visual similarity in the context of (digital) art history, with a short hands-on introduction to the ImageGraph tool and invites participants to discuss how digital methods can assist art historical research methodologies. [more]
The IIIF Reader is a tool designed for annotating and visualizing images through the International Image Interoperability Framework, this workshop aims at presenting and using it. [more]

L’arte dell’underground. Fanzine, fumetti e stampa alternativa

Workshop
L’arte dell’underground riunisce alcuni protagonisti e studios* dell'underground per un confronto collettivo sui veicoli, le forme e la diffusione della controcultura italiana e internazionale dagli anni Settanta a oggi. L’evento è organizzato nell’ambito della collaborazione tra la Bibliotheca Hertziana e l’archivio della Fondazione Echaurren Salaris, la "Collezione digitale sull’arte e la politica in Italia negli anni sessanta e settanta". [more]

Contemporaneità barocca: riletture incrociate di due mostre attuali

Workshop
Il workshop si pone come obiettivo principale quello di comprendere l’arte del presente e il suo riutilizzo del passato, instaurando un dialogo interdisciplinare sulle nozioni di temporalità e storicità a partire da un confronto diretto con le opere esposte all’interno delle due mostre Tempo Barocco (Gallerie Nazionali Palazzo Barberini) e Damien Hirst-Archaeology Now (Galleria Borghese). [more]

Marble. Connections and Refractions

Workshop
Few materials have been such a constant and dominant factor in the history of the arts as the material of marble. Considering marble both as a “raw” material and as a medium that, through its materiality, gains meaning, this workshop will explore new perspectives in the field. [more]
"Benché senza colori abbino tutta la forza dell’arte". In questo modo, nel 1590, Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo descriveva le opere realizzate a chiaroscuro, restituendo tutta la complessità teorica di un’opera pittorica eseguita con una tavolozza ridotta. Una pittura così realizzata, infatti, assume un singolare vigore espressivo in virtù dell’assenza della consueta policromia a suggerire i colori della realtà. [more]

Remediated Maps. Transmedial Approaches to Cartographic Imagination

Workshop
  • Online event via Zoom
  • Start: Apr 12, 2021 02:30 PM
  • End: Apr 14, 2021 07:00 PM
  • Speaker: Workshop
The workshop aims at extending the research horizons developed in the last years around the cartographic image, to deepen the methodologies of the so called cartographic turn and revise its categories of analysis in a transmedial perspective. [more]

Zur Medialität des Todes in Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit

Workshop
Der Workshop fokussiert auf Riten, Räume und Objekte, die in Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit dem Tod und seiner Vermittlung gewidmet waren. Dabei sollen die zentralen, in Bezug auf den Leib Christi erkennbaren Medialitätskonzepte mit ihren Evokationen und Graduierungen von Präsenz bzw. Absenz etwa auch hinsichtlich ihrer zeitgenössischen Übertragung auf die Körper einfacher Sterblicher untersucht werden. [more]
In recent years the concept of the ‘Unfinished’ in contemporary architecture has undergone a significant critical development. From a theoretic standpoint, the Unfinished is mainly associated with Umberto Eco’s concept of ‘Open work’, which stresses the aspects of fluidity and the openness of contemporary works of art and the arduousness of circumscribing a creative process. [more]
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