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Pietro Toesca a Roma e la sua eredità

Toesca

CONFERENCE: Pietro Toesca a Roma e la sua eredità, Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, 7 – 8 aprile 2017.

Pietro Toesca (1877-1962) è stato uno dei maggiori storici dell’arte italiani del Novecento, ma la sua figura di studioso e insegnante non è stata indagata quanto quella di altri personaggi chiave della disciplina quali Adolfo Venturi, Roberto Longhi o Giulio Carlo Argan. Se gli anni del suo magistero a Torino sono stati già oggetto di ricerche specifiche, manca a tutt’oggi un esame complessivo degli oltre venti anni nei quali Toesca visse e lavorò a Roma, insegnando alla Sapienza.

Il convegno intende richiamare l’attenzione su questo lungo e proficuo periodo della sua attività, sia nella veste di docente in una Scuola dove si sono formati alcuni protagonisti della storia dell’arte italiana del pieno Novecento, sia in quella di intellettuale e studioso nel rapporto intessuto con le principali istituzioni dell’epoca (Enciclopedia Italiana, Gabinetto Fotografico Nazionale, Istituto Centrale del Restauro, Istituto Nazionale di Archeologia e Storia dell’Arte).

Programma

Venerdì 7 aprile 2017
Museo dell’arte classica, Odeion
Introduzione
* Carlo Bertelli, La cripta di Epifanio e il suo seguito.

L’insegnamento universitario alla Sapienza
Presiede Antonio Iacobini, Sapienza Università di Roma
* Novella Barbolani (Sapienza Università di Roma), Toesca prima di Roma: gli anni fiorentini
* Loredana Lorizzo (Università degli Studi di Salerno), «Da quel giorno delle sue prime accoglienze l’ho seguito fino alla fine». Pietro Toesca e Adolfo Venturi
* Fabrizio Crivello (Università degli Studi di Torino), Toesca e la miniatura negli anni romani
* Manuela Gianandrea (Sapienza Università di Roma), Pietro Toesca “romano” e il suo Medioevo
* Stefano Pierguidi (Sapienza Università di Roma), Periodizzazione e neovenetismo: il dibattito negli studi sul Barocco degli anni Cinquanta.

Il mestiere di storico dell’arte
Presiede Michela di Macco, Sapienza Università di Roma
* Antonino Tranchina (Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institut), Toesca, Géza de Francovich e la scultura romanica “italiana”
* Marco Ruffini (Sapienza Università di Roma), Sul metodo di Pietro Toesca: saper vedere e ricerca storica
* Laura Cavazzini (Università degli Studi di Trento), Il Trecento (soprattutto la scultura)
* Aldo Galli (Università degli Studi di Trento), Toesca e la scultura del Rinascimento. Una curiosità intermittente
* Andrea De Marchi (Università degli Studi di Firenze), Dal cantiere del Quattrocento: le voci dei pittori toscani nell’Enciclopedia Italiana.

Sabato 8 aprile 2017
Dipartimento di Storia dell’Arte, Aula Venturi
* Stefano Asperti, Preside della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Saluti.

Il rapporto con le istituzioni
Presiede Edith Gabrielli, Polo Museale del Lazio
* Anna Melograni (MiBACT), Toesca e la collaborazione con la Direzione Generale delle Antichità e Belle Arti
* Benedetta Cestelli Guidi (Sapienza Università di Roma), Pietro Toesca ed Ernst Kitzinger: continuità di sguardo e progetto
* Massimo Pomponi (INASA) e Lucinia Speciale (Università del Salento), Pietro Toesca e l’Istituto Nazionale di Archeologia e Storia dell’arte (1927-1951)
* Simona Rinaldi (Università degli Studi della Tuscia), Pietro Toesca e l’Istituto Centrale del Restauro (1941-1948)
* Stefania Ventra (Sapienza Università di Roma), Toesca all’Enciclopedia Italiana: indicazioni di metodo agli autori delle voci
* Xavier Barral i Altet (Université de Rennes 2; Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia; Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institut), Toesca visto da Toesca. L’autobiografia celata.

Tavola rotonda
Andrea Bacchi, Claudia Cieri Via, Michela di Macco, Mario D’Onofrio, Edith Gabrielli, Flaminia Gennari Santori, Laura Laureati, Valentino Pace, Ilaria Schiaffini, Stefano Valeri

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Il Progetto Saibante-Hamilton 390

Hamilton

CONFERENCE - Il progetto Saibante-Hamilton: nel cantiere della nuova edizione, Università degli Studi di Milano, Sala seminari di Modernistica, via Festa del Perdono 7, Milano, 30 – 31 marzo 2017. Coordinamento scientifico di Maria Luisa Meneghetti.

Il seminario internazionale vuol fare il punto sulle acquisizioni scientifiche maturate attorno al progetto della nuova edizione complessiva del più celebre manoscritto della letteratura volgare settentrionale del Duecento italiano, l’Hamilton 390 già Saibante (Berlin, Staatsbibliothek). In particolare, attraverso molteplici tipi di approccio (paleografico, artistico, linguistico, storico-culturale), si intende discutere da un lato la possibile localizzazione dell’atelier di copia, dall’altro la storia antica del codice, che offre possibili aperture agli ambienti veneziani d’Outremer.

Programma

30 marzo 2017 (ore 14.45)
* MARIA LUISA MENEGHETTI (Università degli Studi di Milano), Introduzione ai lavori: il Progetto Saibante-Hamilton
* MASSIMILIANO GAGGERO (Università degli Studi di Milano), Manoscritti a Cipro prima e dopo il Saibante-Hamilton 390
* MARIA GRAZIA ALBERTINI OTTOLENGHI (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano), L’apparato decorativo del codice Saibante-Hamilton 390
* ROSSANA GUGLIELMETTI (Università degli Studi di Milano) e DAVIDE CHECCHI (Università degli Studi di Pavia), Gli exempla latini del Saibante-Hamilton 390 in rapporto con il Libro della natura degli animali.

31 marzo 2017 (ore 9.30)
* SANDRO BERTELLI (Università degli Studi di Ferrara), La scrittura del codice Saibante-Hamilton 390 (con qualche postilla sulle mani recenziori).

TAVOLA ROTONDA
Lombardia e Veneto nei testi del Saibante-Hamilton 390: ipotesi per un’indagine linguistica.
Intervengono:
* SILVIA ISELLA (Università degli Studi di Pavia)
* GIUSEPPE MASCHERPA (Università degli Studi di Sassari)
* LUCA SACCHI (Università degli Studi di Milano)
* ROBERTO TAGLIANI (Università degli Studi di Milano)
* LORENZO TOMASIN (Université de Lausanne)
* RAYMUND WILHELM (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt).

* MARIA LUISA MENEGHETTI (Università degli Studi di Milano), Conclusioni.

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Collection and Organisation of Literary Texts

WROKSHOP: Collection and Organisation of Literary Texts in Early Medieval Manuscripts, Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), Warburgstraße 26, Hamburg, 11 May 2017.

Manuscripts containing early medieval Formulae are witnesses of an interaction between documents of different kind, dealing with juridical matters as well as with topics intimately linked with scholarly material. This is especially the case in East Francia where Formulae are found in the context of a much more varied textual landscape than the 19th-century Edition by Zeumer suggests (this edition is obsolete and a new one is in preparation). Most of the eastern manuscripts point to an educational use; collections of Formulae are often in community with glossaries, grammar, theology and even poetry.

Based on this finding from our research project we want to explore in this workshop the organizing principles of multi-text-manuscripts with a focus on East Francia, especially in regard to the fundamental question of random accumulation vs. planned collection. The workshop will offer the opportunity to compare diverse corpora and to look for similarities and diversity. The contributions focus on the work of the collectors as well as on the finished products, the MTMs themselves. The range of topics is expanded to include MTMs of different textual genres, such as rhethorics and poetry.

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Scrittura di testi e produzione di libri

CONFERENCE: Scrittura di testi e produzione di libri, Libri e lettori a Brescia tra Medioevo ed Età moderna VII, Università Cattolica, via Trieste 17, Sala della Gloria, Brescia, 5 maggio 2017.

Programma

I parte – modera Andrea Canova  (9.30)
* PIER LUIGI MULAS, Per l’attività di Giovanni Antonio da Brescia miniatore
* FABRIZIO PAGNONI, Bartolomeo Baiguera cancelliere e la cancelleria vescovile bresciana fra Tre e Quattrocento
* ANDREA COMBONI, Note sulla fortuna di una miscellanea di filologia umanistica (Brescia 1494)
* MARGHERITA SCIANCALEPORE, Sulla tradizione del De obedientia di Giovanni Pontano: il ms. 196 della Biblioteca della Fondazione Ugo Da Como di Lonato
* COSIMO BURGASSI, Un poco noto pseudo-Girolamo volgare di probabile origine bresciana.

II parte – modera Carla Maria Monti (15.00)
* ELISABETTA SELMI, “Terapia dell’anima” e riforma della società nelle Diece veglie de gli ammendati costumi dell’humana vita di Bartolomeo Arnigio
* DIEGO CANCRINI, Cenni biografici e prime precisazioni intorno alla figura e all’attività di Carlo Bellavite, “penna eruditissima” nella Brescia della prima metà del XVIII secolo
* IVO MATTOZZI, Cartiere e carta nel Bresciano in età moderna
* VITTORIO FOLINEA, Inno in morte di Napoleone: manoscritto inedito bresciano o falso foscoliano?
* SIMONA GAVINELLI, La Biblioteca Carlo Viganò presso la Sede bresciana dell’Università Cattolica e il suo fondo “Autografi”.

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Les Psaumes de David

Salmi

CONFERENCE: Les Psaumes de David, colloque GRAPHE, Université d’Artois, Maison de la Recherche, 9 rue du temple, 62030 Arras, 23 – 24 mars 2017. Organisé par Jean-Marc Vercruysse.

Fidèle à une alternance entre Ancien et Nouveau Testament, le colloque annuel Graphè porte en 2017 sur les Psaumes de David. Le Livre des Psaumes réunit cent cinquante poèmes, de longueur variée, aux tonalités nombreuses : déclarations de fidélité à Dieu ou à Jérusalem, imprécations contre l’ennemi, supplications ou cris de révolte, actions de grâce et chants de pèlerinage, lamentations ou prières de confiance dans une perspective messianique et eschatologique. Certains psaumes sont particulièrement célèbres comme le Miserere (Ps 50), le De Profundis (Ps 130), ou le verset : « Mon Dieu, mon Dieu, pourquoi m’as-tu abandonné ? » (Ps 22,1) qui témoigne déjà de la reprise, sous forme de citation, dans le Nouveau Testament.

PROGRAMME

Jeudi 23 mars 2017
Présidence de séance : J.-Marc Vercruysse
* Ouverture du colloque par Pasquale MAMMONE, président de l’Université d’Artois
* Introduction par Jean-Marc VERCRUYSSE, directeur de la collection Graphè
* André WÉNIN (Université Catholique de Louvain), Les Psaumes de David
* Marie-Anne VANNIER (Université de Lorraine-Metz, I.U.F.), L’apport des Enarrationes in Psalmos d’Augustin.

Présidence de séance : André Wénin
* Mireille DEMAULES (Université d’Artois), Psaumes, Psautier et culture courtoise
* Anne LAFRAN (DYPAC, Université de Versailles-Saint Quentin), Le « psaume de Judas » Représentations, exégèses et interprétations du psaume 108 au Moyen Âge
* Benjamin BROU (ESPE Lille Nord de France), Le Pantocrator, une figure plastique de l’omnipotence divine (Ps 139)
* Anna Maria VILENO (Université Libre de Bruxelles, FNRS), L’exploration ésotérique des psaumes dans la spiritualité occidentale.

Vendredi 24 mars 2017
Présidence de séance : Sébastien Clerbois
* Monique WEIS (Université Libre de Bruxelles, FNRS), Traductions et adaptations des Psaumes au service de la cause réformée : Het Boeck der Psalmen Davids de Philippe de Marnix (1580) et le Scottish Psalter (1564/1650)
* Marie-Laurentine CAËTANO (GRAC, Université Lumière-Lyon 2), « Comme nous dit tresbien ce bon Roy pénitent », les Psaumes de David dans les OEuvres chrétiennes de Gabrielle de Coignard
* Alexia GASSIN (Université de Strasbourg), La paraphrase des psaumes de David selon Paul Fleming
* Timothée LÉCHOT (Université de Bâle), Vers une autonomisation littéraire du livre des Psaumes : Les Odes sacrées (1764) de Jean-Laurent Garcin.

Présidence de séance : Monique Weis
* Marie Kawthar DAOUDA (Université de Bretagne occidentale), Le De profundis des poètes maudits : réécritures des psaumes et sublimation de l’enfermement chez Baudelaire, Verlaine et Wilde
* Sébastien CLERBOIS (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Parler Dieu à Dieu ? Les psaumes symbolistes chez Paul Gauguin et Camille Claudel
* Catherine d’HUMIÈRES (CELIS, Université de Clermont-Ferrand), Les psaumes dans le Livre d’heures du bois d’automne de Jean-Claude Masson.

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Oggettività e impiego della prima fotografia

CONFERENCE: Oggettività e impiego della prima fotografia, Giornate di studio delle Fototeche della Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max-Planck-Institut für Kunstgeschichte e del Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Rom, 22 – 24 marzo 2017.

Tra i molti interventi segnaliamo

Venerdì, 24 marzo 2017 ore 14:40
Bibliotheca Hertziana, Villino Stroganoff, Via Gregoriana 22

* Patrizio Gianferro (British School at Rome), The Exchange Society 1896–1901. La fotografia come veicolo per la circolazione dei codici miniati in Europa.

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Collections and Collecting Art

Collecting

CONFERENCE: Collections and Collecting Ancient, Byzantine and Medieval Art, Christie’s Education London, 153 Great Titchfied Street, W1W London, 23 March 2017.

Collecting Ancient and Medieval art attracts both academic and public curiosity because the objects (and structures) in question are not only often extremely rare, but also have fascinating histories. The ability to possess a piece of our past has allowed collectors throughout the centuries to create a continuity between that past and their present.

This conference will explore the history of Ancient, Byzantine and Medieval collections, how they were originally formed, how objects survive and in what contexts, and how certain collections themselves live on.

It will also address how the collections of the past may be reflected in the way that we approach collecting today, the theoretical and the historical framework of collections, how they are currently presented, as well as some of the controversies in the field. Equally, the problems and issues underlying the collecting of Ancient and Medieval art, and the knowledge required to authenticate them will be discussed.

PROGRAMME

SECTION I: Ancient and Medieval Collections
(Chair: Cecily Hennessy, Christie’s Education)
* Maeve O’Donnell-Morales (Courtauld Institute of Art), Collecting liturgical objects in thirteenth and fourteenth-century Castile
* Emily Guerry (University of Kent), The saint-king’s collection: The treasure of grande châsse in the Sainte-Chapelle
* Zoë Opačić (Birkbeck, University of London), ‘Through me rulers rule’: A Curious History of Imperial Coronation Regalia
* Amy Smith (University of Reading), E.P. Warren, Greek art and the Pan Painter.

SECTION II: New Approaches to Collections
(Chair: Sadie Pickup, Christie’s Education)
* Amy Jeffs (University of Cambridge), The Digital Pilgrim Project: Approaching large collections of miniature art
* Peter Toth (British Library), From Monastic Libraries to Computer Screens: Collecting Late Antique Illumination through the Centuries
* Anna Kelley (University of Birmingham), Collections, Controversies and the Copts: Deciphering the Late Antique Textiles of Egypt.

SECTION III: Private and Public Collections
(Chair: Jana Gajdošová, Christie’s Education)
* Michael Carter (English Heritage), The intersection between collecting and scholarship: some personal experience
* Naomi Speakman (British Museum), Exploring the Collection of George R Harding
* Claudio Corsi (Christie’s, London), Title to be Confirmed.

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Medieval Studies Symposium 2017

China

CONFERENCE – Uses of the Past: Cultural Memory in and of the Middle Ages, Medieval Studies Symposium 2017, College of Arts and Sciences, Medieval Studies Institute, Indiana University, Bloomingotn (IN), 3 – 4 March 2017.

One of the conference sessions is dedicated to manuscripts.

Saturday, 4 March
Manuscripts and Material Culture
Moderator — Rosemarie McGerr, Indiana University
* Sébastien Douchet (Aix-Marseille Université), Annotating, copying and cutting medieval manuscripts in the 17th century. The case of Hubert Gallaup de Chasteuil
* Laura Melin (University of York, England), Retroactive Legitimisation: the Use of the Past in the Coronation Roll of Edward IV
* Deirdre Carter (Florida State), Excavations and Inventories: Interpreting the Material Past at Late Medieval St. Albans Abbey.

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Printing Text and Images in Italy

CONFERENCE – More than Meets the Page: Printing Text and Images in Italy, 1570s-1700s, University of Warwick, 4 March 2017.

For Italy, the ‘long seventeenth century’ was a period of considerable financial challenges. This was especially evident on the book market. Nevertheless, thanks to new techniques and formats which mutually related text and images within the same publication, innovative genres were born that were marketed towards both ends of the audience spectrum, from the learned to the illiterate.

More than meets the page: Printing Text and Images in Italy, 1570s-1700s aims to investigate the ways in which the consolidation of the book and print trade influenced the development of such new book genres from the late sixteenth to the early eighteenth century. The new commercial items, moreover, contributed to the spread of cultural phenomena, for instance the Grand Tour through its souvenir prints that were sometimes incorporated in atlases.

This one-day interdisciplinary conference seeks to examine these matters by focusing on the products, audiences and professionals involved. By doing so, it sets out to lay the foundations for a shared history of printed products and markets in the early modern period. The conference promotes a multi- disciplinary perspective, bridging the gaps between art history, history of the book and other disciplines such as intellectual history and communication studies.

Program

Session 1: Understanding Techniques and Genres
Chair: Dr Rosa Salzberg (University of Warwick)
Keynote lecture: Dr Angela Mc Shane (RCA/V&A, London).

* Liz Miller (V&A Museum, London), ‘Libri et Stampe in Rame’: A Bound Volume of Antonio Lafreri’s Architectural and Ornament Publications
* Dr Loretta Vandi (Scuola del libro, Urbino), Handy and Cheap: Giovanni Baleni Printer and Seller of Chap-books in Late Sixteenth-century Florence and Lucca
* Dr Floriana Giallombardo (University of Palermo), The Venetian Musei by Paolo Boccone (1697): The Illustrated Natural Book and the Social Production of Natural Knowledge.

Session 2: Tracing Networks
Chair: Prof Max Engammare (Institut de l’Historie de la Réformation, University of Geneva)
Keynote lecture: Dr Marika Keblusek (Leiden University).

* Ingeborg van Vugt (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa/Amsterdam University), Books beyond Borders? The Circulation of Prohibited Books in the Epistolary Network of Antonio Magliabechi
* Dr Huub van der Linden (École Française de Rome/University College Roosevelt), The Private Exchange of Printed Ephemera between Bologna and Rome around 1700
* Dr Nina Lamal (University of St Andrews), Challenges and Opportunities: Printing and Marketing the First Italian Newspapers.

Session 3: Evolving Markets and Audiences
Chair: Prof Ingrid de Smet (University of Warwick)
* Julia Martins (The Warburg Institute), Illustrating Alchemical Recipes: Books of Secrets and the Case of I Secreti della Signora Isabella Cortese in Early Modern Italy
* Dr Domenico Ciccarello (University of Palermo), Baroque imagery and literary genres in Sicily. An overview across print books with illustrations
* Dr Flavia Bruni (Sapienza University/University of St Andrews), Becoming Peripheral. The Decline of the Italian Book Market in the Seventeenth Century.

Roundtable and closing remarks.

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I manoscritti dei Ss. Giovanni e Paolo di Venezia

CONFERENCE: La cura dei libri. I manoscritti del Convento dei Ss. Giovanni e Paolo ora nella biblioteca dei Redentoristi alla Fava, Venezia, Ospedale civile, Sala San Domenico, 3 marzo 2017, ore 15.30.

Programma

* Massimo Mancini O.P. (Facoltà teologica del Triveneto, Padova), Otto secoli di vita domenicana a Venezia
* Susy Marcon (Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Venezia), La biblioteca dei Domenicani ai SS. Giovanni e Paolo: un profilo
* Simonetta Pelusi /Centro studi veneziani Biblion), La biblioteca di S. Maria della Consolazione, detta “della Fava”, i suoi manoscritti e Riccardo Quinto
* Barbara Vanin e Francesco Bernardi, Il catalogo online dei manoscritti medievali di S. Maria della Fava.

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From Codex to Code

ligatus

CONFERENCE - From Codex to Code: Ten years of research by graduates of the Ligatus Research Centre, Banqueting Hall of the Chelsea College of Arts and Design, University of the Arts London, John Islip Street, SW1P 4JU, Friday, 24 February 2017, from 10am to 6pm.

The 10th Anniversary of the Ligatus Research Centre at the CCW Graduate School will be celebrated with a conference at which the first seven PhD and M.Phil graduates will present papers about their current research interests.

Program

* Georgios Boudalis (Museum of Byzantine Culture, Thessaloniki), The birth of the codex and the crafts of Late Antiquity
* Alberto Campagnolo (Library of Congress, Washington DC), The digital representation of books as objects: From cultural objects to digital cultural objects
* Anna Gialdini (University of the Arts London), Luxury, Hybridism, and the Strange Greekness of Some Florentine Bindings
* Theresa Zammit Lupi (The Notarial Archives, Valletta, Malta), On the parchment trail: Following music manuscripts from Malta
* Heather Ravenberg (Saint Catherine Foundation), Documentation schemas for recording conservation activity
* Martha Romero (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), From research to practice
* Nikolas Sarris (National Library of Greece, Athens, Thesaurus-Islamicus project, Cairo), The Ligatus Condition Assessment Form: A tool for training, studio workflows and surveys: Experiences from Iraq, Ethiopia and Egypt.

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Artists’ Writings on Materials and Techniques

CONFERENCE: Artists’ Writings on Materials and Techniques, The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, The University of Texas at Dallas, 800 West Campbell Road, Richardson, Texas, 24 – 25 February 2017.

In writings ranging from journals and letters to workshop manuals, autobiographies, and poems, visual artists turn to text to describe the materials and techniques of their practice. Cennino Cennini instructed young painters in grinding pigments and preparing wooden panels in a vernacular manual that is also a nascent history and theory of Renaissance art.

Jacopo Pontormo logged the day’s work along with his meals and his various physical complaints, and Benvenuto Cellini dramatized the casting of his bronze Perseus. Michelangelo’s Sonnet 5 is a wry lament about the torments of painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel: “…the brush that is always above my face, by dribbling down, makes it an ornate pavement.”

Eugène Delacroix kept dozens of journals over the course of forty years, many of them bringing together text and sketches. And in three published journals Anne Truitt wrote to understand her work as a sculptor and as a mother.

This symposium brings together art historians, curators, and conservators to explore artists’ writings about materials and techniques. The aim of the symposium is twofold: first, to define and explore the range of artists’ texts that treat working practices, and by extension to understand the relationships between artists’ textual and visual practices; and second, to ask how these writings inform our work as scholars, curators, and conservators.

Programme

24 FEBRUARY 2017
McDermott Suite (McDermott Library, fourth floor)
* Welcome from Rick Brettell, Founding Director, The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History

* Anna Lovatt (Southern Methodist University), “I will myself be ultramarine”: Identity and Materiality in Anne Truitt’s Writings
* Leigh Arnold (Nasher Sculpture Center), Conveying a Sense of Place: Nancy Holt’s Writings on Site-Specific Works 
* Elpida Vouitsis (O’Donnell Institute), The Resourceful Paul Gauguin
* Paul Galvez (O’Donnell Institute), Conversations with Courbet.

The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History (ATEC 2.800)
* Amy Freund (Southern Methodist University), Lifelike: Jean-Baptiste Oudry’s Writings on Painting and Color 
* Mark Rosen (O’Donnell Institute), Airopaidia: The Balloonist as Viewer, Surveyor, and Artist 
* Sarah Kozlowski (O’Donnell Institute), Piero: painter, writer.

Keynote Lecture: Michael Cole (Columbia University), Techniques of Writing.

25 FEBRUARY 2017
* Roundtable conversation on artists’ writings and conservation practice, with contributions from Carol Mancusi-Ungaro (The Whitney) and Mareika Opena (Contemporary Conservation Ltd.), and with the participation of Mark Leonard (DMA), Fran Baas (DMA), and Laura Hartman (DMA).

* Presentation and roundtable conversation with Catherine Craft (Nasher), The Process of Translation / The Translation of Process: Questions raised by the works of Jean Arp.

Keynote Lecture
* James Meyer (Dia Art Foundation), The Sign Painter.

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