Conferences 2011

SPAZIO FIGURATO: ARCHITECTURAL SPACE AND ICONOGRAPHIC PROGRAMS IN ITALY, 1100-1450
December 2, 2011.
 Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome.  The symposium explored the spatial arrangement of monumental images in twelfth- to fifteenth-century Italy. It addressed the role played by architectural space in questions of visual communication, viewer response and hierarchies of images and ideas.  Speakers: Dieter Blume (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena); Louise Bourdua (University of Warwick); Donal Cooper (University of Warwick); Andrea De Marchi (Università di Firenze); Anne Dunlop (Tulane University); Ludovico Geymonat (Bibliotheca Hertziana); Marius Hauknes (Princeton University); Hanna Jacobs (Bibliotheca Hertziana); Alison Perchuk (Occidental College, Los Angeles); Michael Rohlmann (Universität Köln); William Tronzo (University of California, San Diego); Paola Vitolo (Università di Catania).  For Program and Abstracts, please go to: www.biblhertz.it (Aktuelles)