Vesper. Journal of Architecture, Arts & Theory - No. 1 Supervenice
We are glad to announce that “Supervenice” the first issue of Vesper. Journal of Architecture, Arts & Theory is now available. Vesper is a multidisciplinary and bilingual (Italian and English) scientific journal edited by Iuav University of Venice in the frame of the research infrastructure Ir.Ide – Integral Design Environment, in collaboration with Quodlibet publishing. Vesper revives the tradition of Italian journals on paper, by hosting a wide spectrum of narratives, welcoming different writings and styles, privileging the visual intelligence of design, of graphic expression, of images and contaminations between different languages.
Paul O Robinson
Site Castings: Entwinements in Palazzo Fortuny
Scatturin’s Home Studio by Carlo Scarpa: Encounters and Relationships in the Venice of the Nineteen-Fifties and Sixties
Beyond a Revealing Silence. Recondition of Scatturin’s Home Studio by Carlo Scarpa
A ‘Long-lasting’ Restoration: the Palazzo dei Grimani in Santa Maria Formosa
The Watern Constellations
Walter Benjamin and the Aura of Venice
Le Bal. The Violent Surface of the Venetian Parties
The Superlabyrinth of the Community in Exile
The Stage Curtain will Open on a Fire. Venice: from the Blaze of La Fenice to the Novel of Ashes
Reading the Bodies of Venice. Journeys across the Lagoon’s Storied Materialities
Inverse Radicalism: the Void as a Value, Urban Studies as a Tool
Giuseppe Samonà (capogruppo), Costantino Dardi, Emilio Mattioni, Valeriano Pastor, Gianugo Polesello, Alberto Samonà, Luciano Semerani, Gigetta Tamaro, Egle Renata Trincanato
Explanatory Report motto: NOVISSIME
Costum Car Command. I.e. Not All Travels Are for Leisure
The Giardini of the Biennale di Venezia. Dialogue and Clashes between National and International Aspirations
The Stones (of Venice) Tell Stories: How to Read Them
All published contributions are submitted to a Double-Blind Peer Review process according with Anvur Legislation of journals rating in “not bibliometric” scientific fields, except for the sections Quote, Extra, Tale, Ring and Tutorial.
TOC: Vesper. Journal of Architecture, Arts & Theory - No. 1 Supervenice. In: ArtHist.net, Jan 13, 2020 (accessed Jun 4, 2020), <https://arthist.net/archive/22380>.