CFP Feb 15, 2024

Renaissance Principles and Their Early Modern Receptions (Prague, 11-12 Jun 24)

Prague, Jun 11–12, 2024
Deadline: May 10, 2024

Barbara Liznerova

Renaissance Principles and Their Early Modern Receptions: European Currents and Local Appropriations.

The international two-day workshop for PhD students, post-docs and early career researchers focuses on the Renaissance as the key to the transformation of European art and society on the threshold of modern times. The normative approach often left aside contemporary regionalisms or local appropriations living apart from the main European currents.

We are interested in the problem of
1. New research on the arts and architecture of the Renaissance
2. Aspects of the Renaissance in Central Europe: modalities of receptions and appropriations
3. The reception and historiography of the Renaissance in the 18th, 19th and 20 centuries.

The program is composed from the lectures with discussion (11th June) and guided tours (12th June): architecture tour in Prague and commented tour with the curator and author of the exhibition “From Michelangelo to Callot: The Art of Mannerist Printmaking” in the National Gallery Prague.

We invite submissions from those interested in active participation in the form of a proposal (max. 800 characters) by 10 May 2024 to the address: petrasovaudu.cas.cz

We offer travel scholarship for the accepted participants. Additional information can be obtained from the same address. The length of the contribution should not be more than 20 minutes; the conference's main language is English.

Reference:
CFP: Renaissance Principles and Their Early Modern Receptions (Prague, 11-12 Jun 24). In: ArtHist.net, Feb 15, 2024 (accessed Apr 14, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/41219>.

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