Chiara Franceschini presented a paper on the role of competing agencies in charge of image control in early modern Catholic countries in the framework of L’Inquisizione Romana e i suoi archivi. A vent’anni dall’apertura dell’ACDF, a conference celebrated in Rome on 15-17 May 2018.
Research Seminar (Oberseminar)
Institut für Kunstgeschichte, LMU, Zentnerstr. 31, Room 510. Thursdays, 17.15-20
On 28 June, Koenrad Jonckheere (Ghent University) will speak about Dialectica, Quaestio and Visual Question Syntax.
Erin Giffin will present her ongoing research regarding replicas of the Holy House of the Virgin in an upcoming Renaissance Postgraduate Symposium at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London.
This spring, Erin Giffin conducted independent research of Santa Casa replicas in two- and three-dimensional format in multiple communities across Italy.
One or two PhD students (pre-doctoral researchers) in early modern art history/visual culture are sought to work within SACRIMA
Deadline: 12 April 2018
Cloe Cavero participated in the RSA 2018 with a paper dealing with the political resonance of the altarpiece of Saints Justus and Pastor in El Escorial.
Chiara Franceschini presented her new book, Storia del Limbo (Feltrinelli, 2017) in the framework of the lecture series “Leggere il Medioevo: Autori, Incontri, Discussioni” at the Università di Verona.
The itinerary started in the Sala Paolina of Castel Sant’Angelo, where Chiara Franceschini and our guest Tiffany Hunt, M.A., discussed with the group about this fundamental starting point for the study of the late Cinquecento art.
Chiara Franceschini contributed to the first workshop of the cycle Corps troublants in Paris.
Cloe Cavero visited the crypt where the relics of the two young brothers Saints Justo and Pastor were translated with great magnificence in 1568.
Over the month of December, Erin Giffin visited the Bavarian Holy Houses at Neusäß (in the outskirts of Augsburg), and Türkheim.