MOTION: TRANSFORMATION 35ESIMO CONGRESSO INTERNAZIONALE DI STORIA DELL’ARTE

Firenze, 1-6 Settembre 2019
Firenze Fiera, Villa Vittoria
Palazzo Vecchio, Teatro dell’Opera

MOTION: Transformation
35esimo Congresso Internazionale di Storia dell’Arte

Dopo oltre quarant’anni, il Congresso Mondiale di Storia dell’Arte del CIHA (Comité International d’Histoire de l’Art) torna in Italia per svolgersi a Firenze nella settimana dal primo al 6 settembre 2019.

“MOTION: Transformation” costituisce la prima parte del 35esimo Congresso Internazionale del CIHA che per la prima volta si terrà in due paesi diversi a distanza di un anno. La seconda parte dal titolo “MOTION: Migrations” avrà luogo infatti a San Paolo del Brasile nel settembre 2020.

 

Il congresso MOTION intende dare avvio a uno straordinario dibattito trans-culturale riguardo a uno dei temi da sempre di maggior rilievo nella cultura globale: il Movimento, declinato su due dei suoi aspetti più importanti, Trasformazione e Migrazione.

 

La prima parte del congresso, organizzato dal CIHA Italia in collaborazione con il Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz-Max-Planck-Institut, si svolgerà a Firenze Fiera, nei saloni di villa Vittoria, in grado di ospitare i circa mille partecipanti attesi, e in alcuni dei più prestigiosi edifici storici della città, tra cui Palazzo Vecchio.

 

L’evento, realizzato grazie al contributo dalla Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze e con il supporto della Getty Foundation di Los Angeles e del Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz-Max-Planck-Institut, ha ottenuto i patrocini di: MiBAC (Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali), Comune di Firenze, Città Metropolitana, Università di Firenze, Camera di Commercio di Firenze, Regione Toscana.

 

Al ricco programma delle giornate di studio, che contemplano circa centoventi interventi di studiosi di ogni parte del mondo, si aggiungono eventi aperti al pubblicolectiones magistrales, come quella che vedrà protagonista la storica dell’arte indiana Kavita Singh a Palazzo Vecchio. Sono previste anche visite a musei e collezioni fiorentine noti e meno noti, secondo percorsi legati tematicamente al congresso, grazie alla speciale collaborazione delle direzioni dei diversi musei e istituzioni coinvolti.

 

In una prospettiva transculturale, interdisciplinare e innovativa, il congresso fiorentino prende avvio da una riflessione rivolta sia al ruolo dell’artista inteso come “colui che agisce e fa”, in quanto dotato della capacità divina di plasmare la materia e di creare forme nuove, sia alla natura dell’oggetto d’arte a sua volta dotato di “anima”.

 

Le nove sessioni del congresso

 

Tra le tematiche trattate nelle nove sessioni di studio, si parlerà della figura dell’artista come figura divina e misticamente ispirata, ma anche degli effetti del tempo sull’opera d’arte e del rapporto di quest’ultima con l’ambiente, del potere delle immagini in relazioni alle religioni, del ruolo esercitato dalle arti nei processi di trasformazione sociale anche in riferimento allo sviluppo tecnologico, fino ad arrivare al “Viaggio” tramite il quale viene favorita la circolazione costante di persone, idee e oggetti.

Tra i relatori saranno presenti studiosi provenienti dalle più importanti università e istituzioni a livello mondiale, tra cui l’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Parigi), il Courtauld Institute (Londra), la Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, la Columbia University (New York), la Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi), l’Universidade Federal de São Paulo, la Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa), l’University of Hong Kong.

 

Sessione 1: L’arte come visione

La sessione si focalizza sulle relazioni fra arte e ispirazione divina, in una prospettiva comparata e transculturale. Prendendo in esame alcune figure di artisti e di mistici capaci di creare immagini mentali che dialogano con quelle reali, saranno indagati i rapporti fra realtà osservabile, spiritualità, visione e creatività e messi in luce i legami complessi che intercorrono fra vedere con gli occhi, immaginare e ricordare.

 

Sessione 2: L’arte e la materia nel corso del tempo

Argomento chiave della sessione è l’importanza della materia nell’arte, non solo in relazione alla scelta del materiale compiuta dall’artista nel momento in cui crea un’opera, ma anche rispetto ai modi in cui i materiali cambiano nel corso del tempo, mettendo a rischio di deperibilità gli oggetti d’arte, che non sono fatti di materia inerte ma viva.

 

Sessione 3: L’arte e la natura

La sessione affronta il tema dei rapporti multiformi fra arte e natura, concetti a cui ci si riferisce in maniera separata solo a partire dalla prima età moderna. In tempi più lontani, infatti, non esisteva separazione netta fra le due, essendo entrambe, Natura e Arte, frutto di un disegno di origine divina.  Nel corso degli interventi verranno messi a fuoco i momenti cruciali di questo processo di distinzione.

 

Sessione 4: L’arte e le religioni

In questa sessione si ragionerà, da un punto di vista storico-artistico e antropologico, sul potere delle immagini nelle religioni di culture diverse. Perché adoriamo le immagini? Cosa ci porta a fidarci di loro?

Si parlerà di oggetti dotati di anima, di idoli, avatar, apparizioni e di violenza contro le immagini religiose, in una prospettiva il più possibile transculturale.

 

Sessione 5: L’arte fra disegno e scrittura

La sessione propone una riflessione su affinità e divergenze tra disegno e scrittura. Come fanno le linee a produrre forme? Dritte o curve, spezzate o continue, le linee sono la prova tangibile del processo attraverso cui le opere d’arte vengono create e i testi vengono scritti. Muovendosi tra figura e linguaggio, esse sono al contempo traccia di un percorso creativo e mezzo di comunicazione.

 

Sessione 6: Iconicità e processo di produzione in architettura

Nella cultura contemporanea cresce la tendenza a trasformare anche i grandi capolavori dell’architettura in pure immagini, in icone. Questa visibilità, mai così grande, sta producendo cambiamenti sostanziali anche nel modo di guardare all’architettura come esperienza fisica, a più dimensioni. A partire da qui, la Sessione propone di adottare un approccio all’icona architettonica che sia orientato allo studio dei processi creativi e produttivi.

 

Sessione 7: Arte, potere e pubblico

Il lavoro di artisti e architetti è sempre stato utilizzato da singoli o da gruppi appartenenti ai più svariati contesti politici e religiosi per acquisire e mantenere potere. La sessione si concentra su alcuni momenti di crisi e cambiamento in cui le opere d’arte hanno contribuito a trasformare sistemi obsoleti, schemi tradizionali e relazioni di potere fra gruppi sociali diversi, mettendo la società di fronte a nuove idee o persino utopie.

 

Sessione 8: L’arte, i critici e gli spettatori

La storia dell’arte insegna come i percorsi degli artisti prendano forma anche in relazione al lavoro dei critici. La sessione mira a esaminare il ruolo degli artisti, dei critici e degli spettatori dal dopoguerra a oggi, osservando il tema dalla prospettiva della “scomparsa” (di limiti, di contenuti, di memoria) e discutendo di morte, censura e nuove tecnologie.

 

Sessione 9: Voyage

Concepita come sezione di raccordo tra le due parti del congresso che si svolgeranno a Firenze e a San Paolo del Brasile, la sessione intende invitare gli studiosi a scambiare idee sul tema del “Viaggio”. Saranno affrontati gli scambi artistici e culturali tra Brasile e Italia, ma non solo: il viaggio, infatti, può essere declinato secondo diverse prospettive, dalla migrazione di persone alla circolazione di oggetti e documenti. E ancora: il viaggio dell’artista, dell’uomo di cultura, dell’esploratore scientifico, del pellegrino, nonché i viaggi determinati da intenti coloniali, militari, diplomatici, o legati a scorribande piratesche e a fenomeni di banditismo.

 

Per ulteriori approfondimenti sul programma delle nove sessioni rimandiamo al link:

http://www.ciha-italia.it/florence2019/2018/04/07/sessions-papers/

 

35° Congresso internazionale di Storia dell’Arte

Firenze 1-6 Settembre 2019

 

Direttivo del Comitato CIHA Italia

Marzia Faietti (Presidente), Gallerie degli Uffizi/Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz-Max-Planck-Institut

Tommaso Casini, Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione IULM Milano

Giovanni Maria Fara, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

Elena Fumagalli, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

Massimiliano Rossi, Università del Salento

 

Comitato scientifico del Congresso

Claudia Cieri Via, già Università di Roma La Sapienza; Marco Collareta, Università di Pisa; Claudia Conforti, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata; Marzia Faietti, Gallerie degli Uffizi/Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz-Max-Planck-Institut; Giuliana Ericani, già Museo Civico di Bassano; Maria Grazia Messina, già Università di Firenze; Antonio Pinelli, già Università di Firenze; Massimiliano Rossi, Università del Salento; Gerhard Wolf, Direttore Kunsthistoriches Institut in Florenz- Max-Planck- Institut.

 

Coordinamento della Segreteria organizzativa e segreteria esecutiva del Comitato Scientifico

Firenze Città Nascosta, Marcella Cangioli e Alice Rossi;

Segretaria organizzativa

Noema Bologna

 

Contatti Ufficio Stampa e Comunicazione Noema

Irene Guzman

press@noemacongressi.it | +39 349 1250956

Breve storia del CIHA Italia

 

Il Comitato italiano CIHA è un’organizzazione non lucrativa, oggi con sede a Firenze, nata nel secondo dopoguerra in continuità ideale con il primo incontro internazionale di storia dell’arte tenutosi a Vienna nel 1873, e finalizzata all’esclusivo perseguimento di promozione della cultura e dell’arte. É costituito da rappresentanti delle varie istituzioni storico-artistiche culturali: Università, Soprintendenze, Musei nazionali, provinciali, regionali, comunali e privati. Nel 1952 il Comitato italiano si ricostituì con il coordinamento di Giulio Carlo Argan, che si assunse il compito di redigerne lo Statuto. L’Italia ospitò il congresso nel 1955 a Venezia e nel 1979 a Bologna, dove alle presenze europee si aggiunsero quelle di paesi extraeuropei, tra cui l’America del nord, del centro e del sud, e l’Asia, con particolare riferimento al Giappone. La presenza italiana al Congresso internazionale a Melbourne nel 2008 attraverso un delegato ufficiale nella figura dell’allora direttrice del Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe degli Uffizi a Firenze, Marzia Faietti, ha consentito di riannodare le fila di un dialogo fruttuoso con il Bureau e il Comitato Internazionale.

La partecipazione infine del Comitato italiano al congresso internazionale di Norimberga nel 2012, con il coordinamento di sessioni da parte di studiosi italiani e la presenza di singoli ricercatori, accademici e funzionari di Musei, ha segnato un’apprezzata affermazione del Comitato italiano che ha avanzato la propria candidatura per il congresso del 2020 a Firenze e, successivamente, nella riunione dell’International Bureau a Parigi (novembre 2013), la possibilità di un congresso organizzato insieme al Brasile, in due sedi (Firenze 2019; San Paolo 2020).

 

MOTION: Transformation

35th International Art History Congress

After more than forty years, CIHA’s International Art History Congress (Comité International d’Histoire de l’Art) returns to Italy, inFirenze,from September 1st to September 6th, 2019.

“MOTION: Transformation” is the first part of the 35th CIHA International Congress, which for the first time will be held in two different countries within a two-year period. The second part of the Congress, entitled “MOTION: Migrations”, will take place in São Paulo, Brazil in September 2020.

The MOTION congress intends to launch an extraordinary trans-cultural debate on one of the most important issues in global culture: the Movement, based on two of its most important aspects, Transformation and Migration.

The first part of the congress, organised by CIHA Italia in collaboration with the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz-Max-Planck-Institut, will take place in Firenze Fiera (Firenze’s fair district) in the halls of Villa Vittoria able to accomodate almost one thousand expected participants and in some of the city’s most prestigious historical buildings including Palazzo Vecchio.

 

This event will be held thanks to the contribution of Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze, with the support of the Los Angeles Getty Foundation and the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz-Max-Planck-Institut. Furthermore, it’s been acknowledged by the MiBAC (Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali – Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities), the City of Firenze, the Metropolitan City, University of Firenze, Firenze’s Chamber of Commerce and Regione Toscana.

 

The extensive program of the study sessions will include about one hundred and twenty speeches by experts from all over the world. There will be events open to the public and lectiones magistrales, such as the one held by the Indian art history historian Kavita Singh at Palazzo Vecchio as well as visits to major and minor museums and collectionsthroughout Firenze. All itineraries will be linked to the congress, thanks to the special collaboration of the administrations of the various museums and organisations involved.

 

Froma transcultural, interdisciplinary and innovative perspective, the congress to be held in Firenze starts with a reflection addressed to the role of the artist intended as “he who acts and does” because endowed with the divine ability to shape the material and to create new forms, as well as to the nature of the art object in turn endowed with “soul”.

 

The nine sessions of the congress

During the nine study sessions we will discuss: the figure of the artist as a divine and mystically inspired figure, the effects of time on artwork and the relationship of the latter with the environment, the power of images in relation to religions, the role played by the arts in the processes of social transformation, also with reference to technological development and finally the “Journey” through which the constant circulation of people, ideas and objects is favoured. The speakers will be experts from leading universities and institutes worldwide, including École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris), the Courtauld Institute (London), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Columbia University (New York), Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi), Universidade Federal of São Paulo (Brasil), Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa), University of Hong Kong.

 

Session 1: Art as a vision

This session will focus on the relationships between art and divine inspiration from a comparative and cross-cultural perspective. Moreover, it will examine a few artists and mystics able to create mental images that can communicate with the real ones, it will also investigate the relationship between observable reality, spirituality, vision and creativity and it will highlight the complex ties that exist between seeing with the eyes, imagining and remembering.

 

Session 2: Art and materials over time

The key topic of this session will be the importance of materials in art, not only in relation to the ones selected by the artists when creating, but also in respect to the ways in which materials change over time. The materials the artist chooses may influence the perishability of the artwork itself since they are not made of inert but living matter.

 

Session 3: Art and nature

This session will address the theme of multi-faced relationships between art and nature, these concepts have been referred to in a separate manner from the early modern age. Prior to this period, in fact, there was no clear separation between the two, as both Nature and Art were of divine origin. The numerous speeches will focus on the crucial moments of this distinction process.

 

Session 4: Art and religions

This session will focus on the power of images in the different religions from a historical-artistic and anthropological perspective.Why do we love images? What makes us trust them?

We will discuss the following topics in the most trans-cultural perspective possible: soul-bearing objects, idols, avatars, visions and violence against religious images.

 

Session 5: Art between drawing and writing

This session will offer a reflection on affinities and divergences between drawing and writing. How do lines produce shapes? Straight or curved, broken or continuous, the lines are tangible proof of the process by which artworks are created and texts are written. Moving between figure and language, they are simultaneously a trace of a creative path and a means of communication.

 

Session 6: Architecture, iconicity, and the process of production

In a contemporary culture there is a growing tendency to transform even the great architectural masterpieces into pure images, even icons. This growing visibility is generating substantial changes in the way one looks at architecture as a physical and multi-dimensional experience. From this point onward, this session will suggest  an approach to the architectural icon that is aimed at the study of creative and productive processes.

 

Session 7: Art, power and the public

The work of artists and architects has always been used by individuals or groups belonging to the most varied political and religious contexts in order to acquire and maintain power.This session will focus on specific crisis and changes where artworks have helped transform obsolete systems, traditional schemes and power relations between different social groups, while putting the society in the position to have to face new ideas or even utopias.

 

Session8: Art, critics and audience

Art history teaches us how the artist’s performance is influenced by its critics. This session will examine the role of artists, critics and the audience from the post-war period to today by observing the theme of the prospect of “disappearance” (of limits, of contents, of memory), furthermore, by discussing death, censorship and new technologies.

 

Session9: The “Voyage”

Conceived as a connecting section between the two parts of the congress that will take place in Firenze and São Paulo, Brazil, this session will include experts who will exchange ideas on the theme of  the “Voyage”. We will address the artistic and cultural exchanges between Brazil and Italy. The voyage, in fact, can be viewed from different perspectives; from the migration of people to the circulation of objects and documents. Furthermore: the journey of the artist, the educated man, the scientific explorer, the pilgrim, as well as journeys determined by colonial, military and diplomatic intentions, or linked to pirate raids and phenomena of banditry.

 

For more information on the nine sessions program, please refer to the following link:

http://www.ciha-italia.it/florence2019/2018/04/07/sessions-papers/

 

For more information aboutregistration:

http://www.ciha-italia.it/florence2019/2018/04/07/tickets-booking/

 

 

35° International Art History Congress

Firenze, September 1-6, 2019

 

The Board of the CIHA Italia Committee

Marzia Faietti (President), Gallerie Uffizi / Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz-Max-Planck-Institut

Tommaso Casini, Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione “IULM” Milano

Giovanni Maria Fara, University of Venezia “Ca’ Foscari”

Elena Fumagalli, Universityof Modena and Reggio Emilia

Massimiliano Rossi, Universityof Salento

 

The Congress’s Scientific Committee

Claudia Cieri Via,University of Roma “La Sapienza”; Marco Collareta, University of Pisa; Claudia Conforti, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata;Marzia Faietti, Gallerie Uffizi /Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz-Max-Planck-Institut; Giuliana Ericani, Museo Civico di Bassano; Maria Grazia Messina,Universityof Firenze; Antonio Pinelli, Universityof Firenze; Massimiliano Rossi, Universityof Salento; Gerhard Wolf, Director of the Kunsthistoriches Institut in Florenz- Max-Planck- Institut.

 

Coordination of the Organising Secretary and the Executive Secretary of the Scientific Committee

Firenze Città Nascosta (Hidden City Cultural Association of Firenze), Marcella Cangioli and Alice Rossi;

 

Organising Secretary

Noema Bologna

Noema Press and Communications Office:

Irene Guzman

press@noemacongressi.it | +39 349 1250956

Brief history of CIHA Italia

 

The Italian CIHA Committee is a non-profit organisation currently based in Firenze founded after the second world war following the first international art history meeting held in Vienna in 1873.

CIHA’s aim is to promote culture and art and it comprises the representatives of the various cultural and historical-artistic organisations, such as: Universities, Superintendents, national, provincial, regional, municipal and private Museums.

In 1952 the Italian Committee was reconstituted with the help of Giulio Carlo Argan, who assumed the task of drafting the Statute.

In 1955 Italy hosted the congress in Venezia and in 1979 in Bologna where non-European countries first appeared among European ones including North, Central and South America, as well as Asia, with particular reference to Japan.

In 2008, Italy participated to the International Congress held in Melbourne, represented by the former director of the Department of Prints and Drawings of the Uffizi in Firenze, Marzia Faietti. This event helped renew a  prosperous dialogue with the Bureau and the International Committee.

Moreover, during the International Congress held in Nuremberg in 2012, the participation of the Italian Committee as coordinator of the sessions, which included Italian experts, individual researchers, academics and Museum directors, has acknowledged the Italian Committee as a potential candidate for the 2020 congress in Firenze. Following this, during the International Bureau meeting in Paris (in November 2013), the Italian CIHA Committee was offered the opportunity to organise a congress with Brazil in two different locations (in Firenze in 2019 and in São Paulo in 2020).

 

Per ulteriori approfondimenti sul programma delle nove sessioni cliccare qui

For further deepenings about the program of the nine sessions click here

DAL 1 SETTEMBRE SARA’ POSSIBILE ISCRIVERSI IN SEDE.

FROM SEPTEMBER 1 IT WILL BE POSSIBLE TO REGISTER ON SITE.

 

 

QUOTE D’ISCRIZIONE (inclusa IVA 22%)

Quota entro giugno > € 200,00
Quota dal 1 luglio al 31 agosto > € 250,00
Quota on-site > € 300,00

Quota regolare per singola giornata  > € 80,00

Quota Membri ICOM per singola giornata  > € 50,00

Quota Studenti per singola giornata  > € 25,00

Soci CIHA > € 150,00
Studente > € 80,00

Scholar KHI-Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz > € 80,00

POLITICHE DI CANCELLAZIONE

La cancellazione della registrazione deve essere obbligatoriamente notificata per iscritto (via e-mail o fax) alla Segreteria Organizzativa. Il 70% dell’importo pagato sarà rimborsato se la cancellazione viene effettuata entro e non oltre il 20 giugno.
Dopo tale data non è previsto alcun rimborso.

REGISTRATION FEES (VAT 22% included)

Fee by June > € 200,00
Fee from July 1 to August 31 > € 250,00
On-site fee > € 300,00

Single day rate – Regular > € 80,00

Single day rate – ICOM Member > € 50,00

Single day rate – Student > € 25,00

 

CIHA Members > € 150,00
Students > € 80,00

Scholar KHI-Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz > € 80,00

CANCELLATION POLICIES

Cancellations of registrations must be sent in writing (by email or by fax) to the Organizing Secretariat. A 70% refund will be made for all cancellations received before or on 20th June 2019. After that date no refunds will be possible.

Guided Tour N. 1

Opera del Duomo

Wednesday, 2019, September 4th

10.00 am – 12.00 am

Meeting point: Ticket office Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, Piazza del Duomo, 9.

Program: Monsignor Timothy Verdon, director of the Museum, will be your guide for a special private tour of the Cathedral, Baptistery and of the Museumthrough the world known masterpieces by Arnolfo, Ghiberti, Brunelleschi, Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Verrocchio, Michelangelo and many others.

Fee: 25,00 € ticket included.

The fee includes: An exclusive tour guided by the Museum Director Timothy Verdon, entrance to the Museum and Baptistery. Guided tour in English.

The museum is equipped with access devices for people with disabilities.

How to register/Payment: Onsite registration may be paid by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover credit card or Paypall.

Visit the conference website for complete information about onsite registration hours, options and fees.

Number of participants: Min 5 – Max 25 participants.

 

Guided Tour N. 2

Renaissance Sculpture – Bargello

Wednesday, September 4th

11.00 am – 1.00 pm

Meeting point: at 10.45 am in front of the Bargello Museum, Via del Proconsolo, 4.

Program: Join Bargello special tour for CIHA Congress participants conducted by Director Paola d’Agostino: the particular circumstances surrounding the foundation of the Museum – it was established by royal decree on June 22, 1865—Italy’s first national museum, largely account for the distinctive character of the collections. Through Medieval and Renaissance art, the Bargello’s collection brings togethersome of the most important works of Renaissance sculpture, bronzes, ceramics, waxes, enamels, medals, ivories, tapestries, seals and textiles some from the Medici collections and others from suppressed convents or private collectors.

Fee: 25,00 € ticket included.

The fee includes: An exclusive tour guided by the Museum Director Paola D’Agostino. Guided tour in English.

The museum is equipped with access devices for people with disabilities.

How to register/Payment: Onsite registration may be paid by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover credit card or Paypall.

Visit the conference website for complete information about onsite registration hours, options and fees.

Number of participants: Min 10 – Max 25 participants.

 

Guided Tour N. 5

Gallerie degli Uffizi

Wednesday, September 4th

09.00 am-10.30 am

Meeting point: Gallerie degli Uffizi, via della Ninna 5

Program: Join the Galleria degli Uffizi guided tour by the Museum Director Eike D. Schmidt. One of the world’s most important museums that in the last three years has gone through a major renovation of its most important painting displays. The Gallery entirely occupies the first and second floors of the large building constructed between 1560 and 1580 and designed by Giorgio Vasari. It is famous worldwide for its outstanding collections of ancient sculptures and paintings (from the Middle Ages to the Modern period). The collections of paintings from the 14th-century and Renaissance period include some absolute masterpieces: Giotto, Simone Martini, Piero della Francesca, Beato Angelico, Filippo Lippi, Botticelli, Mantegna, Correggio, Leonardo, Raffaello, Michelangelo and Caravaggio, in addition to many precious works by European painters (mainly German, Dutch and Flemish).

Fee: 20,00 € ticket included.

The fee includes: headphones and exclusive tour guided by the Museum Director Eike D. Schmidt. Guided tour in English.

The museum is equipped with access devices for people with disabilities.

The fee not includes: Means and transport.

How to register/Payment: Onsite registration may be paid by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover credit card or Paypall.

Visit the conference website for complete information about onsite registration hours, options and fees.

Number of participants: Min 10 – Max 25 participants.

 

Guided Tour N. 6

Biblioteca Laurenziana

Wednesday, September 4th  

10.30 am -12.00 am

Meeting point: Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Piazza San Lorenzo, 9.

Program: An exclusive visit with the curator of the Laurenziana Library Dr. Silvia Scipioni through the treasures of the Laurenziana Library, founded by Lorenzo il Magnifico and designed by Michelangelo. You will be able to admire rare books and manuscripts especially selected and connected with the congress topics.

Fee: 20,00 € ticket included.

The fee includes: An exclusive tour guided by Dr. Silvia Scipioni. Guided tour in Italian with English translation by Dr. Raffaele Niccoli Vallesi

The Library is accessible to those with physical disabilities, after reporting to the organizers.

The fee not includes: Means and transport.

How to register/Payment: Onsite registration may be paid by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover credit card or Paypall.

Visit the conference website for complete information about onsite registration hours, options and fees.

Number of participants: Min 10 – Max 25 participants.

 

Guided Tour N. 8

The Treasury of the Grand Dukes in Palazzo Pitti

Wednesday, September 4th

3.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Meeting point: Palazzo Pitti, Piazza de’ Pitti, 1.

Program: The Treasury of the Grand Dukes occupy the rooms that were once the summer apartments of the Medici family. Its walls, entirely frescoed in 1637, are one of the first examples of quadrature and trompe-l’oeil perspective in Florence. It houses precious objects reflecting the splendour of the court: stone vases (including those which belonged to Lorenzo the Magnificent and the bizarrely shaped Mannerist ones), rock crystals, ambers, ivories, 16th-century jewels, ancient and Renaissance cameos, the “Treasure of Salzburg” brought to Florence by Grand Duke of Tuscany Ferdinand III in 1815 from the collections of the Bishops of Salzburg and the collection of antique oriental and European porcelain and majolica, inspired by Asian models, that enriches the already important collection of Chinese and Japanese porcelains begun by the Medici dynasty in the 15th century.

An important collection of jewellery, made between the 17th and 20th centuries by prestigious European and Italian craftsmen, is on display as well as a large section dedicated to contemporary jewellery, reflecting the vitality of this historic museum.

Fee: 25,00 € ticket included.

The fee includes: An exclusive tour guided by the museum curator Valentina Conticelli. Guided tour in English.

Accessibility: Elevator on the right side of the main court. Entrance from Pitti Square with a 20% slope. Lifts to access to the floors.

The fee not includes: Means and transport.

How to register/Payment: Onsite registration may be paid by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover credit card or Paypall.

Visit the conference website for complete information about onsite registration hours, options and fees.

Number of participants: Min 10 – Max 24 participants.

The fee includes: An exclusive guided visit by the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, coktail included.

The fee not  includes: Means and transport.

Transportation: – By bus: From Piazza San Marco take ATAF Bus 10 to Ponte a Mensola. Once off the bus, use the crosswalk to cross the street and continue along Via Gabriele D’annunzio. Take the first on left (just after Trattoria Osvaldo) onto Via di Vincigliata and continue up the hill approximately 800m, past gate 43 (on your right) and up to gate 22 (on your left). This walk will take about 10/15 minutes.

How to register/Payment: Onsite registration may be paid by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover credit card or Paypall.

Visit the conference website for complete information about onsite registration hours, options and fees.

Number of participants: Min 5- Max 13 participants

 

Guided Tour N. 9

Villa I Tatti

Wednesday, September 4 th

3.45 pm – 6.30 pm

 Meeting point: Villa I Tatti, Via di Vincigliata 26

 Program: An exclusive visit and cocktail for a limited number of persons. Visit the Villa which has been home to Bernard Berenson  and his wife Mary: a center where gifted scholars can exchange ideas, learn about the collection, which offers a remarkable window into the development of the history, criticism, and installation of art.

The beautiful gardens as well are part of the visit: at the end cocktail will be offered on the South Terrace.

Fee: 25,00 € ticket included.

The fee includes: An exclusive guided visit by the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, cocktail included.

The fee not  includes: Means and transport.

Transportation: – By bus: From Piazza San Marco take ATAF Bus 10 to Ponte a Mensola. Once off the bus, use the crosswalk to cross the street and continue along Via Gabriele D’annunzio. Take the first on left (just after Trattoria Osvaldo) into Via di Vincigliata and continue up the hill approximately 800m, past gate 43 (on your right) and up to gate 22 (on your left). This walk will take about 10/15 minutes. 

How to register/Payment: Onsite registration may be paid by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover credit card or Paypall

Visit the conference website for complete information about onsite registration hours, options and fees.

Number of participants: Min 5 – Max 13 participants

Guided Tour N. 10

Galleria dell’Accademia

Wednesday, September 4th

4:30 pm – 6.30 pm

 Meeting point: at 4:15 pm  in front of the Galleria dell’Accademia di Firenze, Via Ricasoli, 58/60.

Program: A unique tour with curator Angelo Tartuferi through the museum, which dates back to 1784, when the Grand Duke of Tuscany Pietro Leopoldo, reorganized the Academy of Arts of Design in Florence, founded in 1563 by Cosimo I de ‘Medici, in the modern Academy of Fine Arts.

Face-to-facewith Michelangelo’s greatest works, including his David and four of the great unfinished Captives.

Fee: 35,00 € ticket included.

The fee includes: An exclusive tour guided by the museum curator Angelo Tartuferi, tickets and headphones. Guided tour in Italian.

Accessibility: The museum is equipped with facilities for disabled people.

The fee not includes: Means and transport.

How to register/Payment: Onsite registration may be paid by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover credit card or Paypall

 Visit the conference website for complete information about onsite registration hours, options and fees.

Number of participants: Min 15 – Max 25 participants

 

 

Guided Tour N. 12

Centro Pecci

Friday,  September 5th

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Centro Pecci Address: Viale della Repubblica 277, Prato.

 Meeting point to Prato: Departure at 6.15 pm from Piazza Stazione, tramway stop T1, Direction: Villa Costanza.

Program: Join a visit with Director Cristiana Perrella who will explain the new museum building by the Architect Maurice Nio and the exhibition “Night Fever. Designing Club Culture 1960 – Today”

An exhibition by Vitra Design Museum e ADAM – Brussels Design Museum. Guided tour in English.

Fee: 20,00 € ticket included.

The fee includes:  An exclusive tour guided by the Museum Director Cristiana Perrella.

The fee not includes: Means and transport (€ 11,20 roundtrip)

Transportation: Tramway T1 (direction Villa Costanza) to Porta al Prato – Leopolda. From here take the CAP bus line to Prato, from the Porta al Prato – Leopolda stop. From Prato bus stop in front of Caffè Tazza d’Oro

Accessibility: Entrance is free for people with disabilities and their caregivers. All galleries and facilities are wheelchair accessible. All entrances are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are available at the ticket office free of charge. Motorized wheelchairs are permitted. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are located on all floors. Elevators are located throughout the museum.

How to register/Payment: Onsite registration may be paid by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover credit card or Paypall.

Visit the conference website for complete information about onsite registration hours, options and fees.

Number of participants: Min 10 – Max 25 participants

 

 

 

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