CONF Dec 5, 2016

Ideal Forms & Ideal Seeing in the Renaissance (Rome, 12-13 Dec 16)

Rome, Accademia Nazionale di San Luca, Dec 12–13, 2016
Registration deadline: Dec 12, 2016

Ulrich Pfisterer, LMU München

Ideal Forms and Ideal Seeing in the Renaissance / Ideales Sehen und Ideale Sehen in der Renaissance / Vedere in maniera ideale e percepire le forme ideali durante il Rinascimento

Institut für Kunstgeschichte (LMU München), École Pratique des Hautes Études (Sorbonne) and Accademia Nazionale di San Luca (Rome)

Concept: Sabine Frommel and Ulrich Pfisterer


PROGRAMME

Monday:

9.00
Francesco Moschini (Segretario Generale dell’Accademia Nazionale di San Luca, Rom): Welcome

Sabine Frommel (EPHE Paris) & Ulrich Pfisterer (LMU & ZI München): Introduction

9.30
Gianmario Anselmi (Università di Bologna): Vedere dall’alto e vedere dal basso: l’occhio etico, estetico e politico di Alberti e Machiavelli

Stéphane Toussaint (CNRS, Paris Villejuif/Société Marsile Ficin, ENS): L’oeil de Ficin

11.00 Coffee break

11.30
Michel Paoli (Université d’Amiens): Regarder l’architecture dans la ‘Lettre à Léon X’ de Raphaël et Castiglione

Christoph L. Frommel (Bibliotheca Hertziana, Roma): Lo sguardo ideale di Raffaello sull’architettura

13.00 Lunch

14.30
Fabian Jonietz (KHI Florenz): Reine Kunst? Cenninis Rauch, Albertis Tau, Leonardos Staub

Giulia Cicali (EPHE Paris): Il ratto della sabina: la sfida di un’ estetica della violenza

16.00 Coffee break

16.30
Jörn Steigerwald (Universität Paderborn): Problematisches Sehen illusionärer Schönheit: Die Armida-Episode in Torquato Tassos Gerusalemme liberata

Valeria Finucci (Duke University): The Ideal Face: Renaissance Ideas of Beauty and Plastic Surgery


Tuesday:

9.00
Chiara Franceschini (LMU München): Ideal Forms and Ideal Seeing in Roman Chapels

Kathleen Wren Christian (The Open University London/American Academy Rome): Ideal Forms and Ideal Seeing in Roman Collections of Antiquities in the Renaissance

11.00 Coffee break

11.30
Filippo Camerota (Museo Galileo, Firenze): Euclide e le arti: la dimensione geometrica della bellezza

Jürgen Müller (Universität Dresden): Bruegels kleinformatige Grisaillemalereien und die romanistischen Ideale des Floriskreises

13.00 Discussion

Reference:
CONF: Ideal Forms & Ideal Seeing in the Renaissance (Rome, 12-13 Dec 16). In: ArtHist.net, Dec 5, 2016 (accessed Dec 6, 2021), <https://arthist.net/archive/14319>.

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