In this DJHP collaboration, Roosje Baele and Marie Hartmann want to deepen their already initiated debate on the tension between studying facsimiles, digitized manuscripts and originals, and how these different versions of a book’s materiality influence both art historical research and cataloguing.
In February Barbara Baert’s book review on Dissimilar Similitudes: Devotional Objects in Late Medieval Europe by Caroline Walker Bynum was published in the Historians of Netherlandish Art Review.
On 17/02, a talk will be held with Paul Vandenbroeck, curator of the Borderline exhibition at the Palais des Beaux-arts in Brussels in 2000 and of the publication Azetta, the art of Berber women, on occasion of the exhibition Rouge Bleu, Word of matter.
On 8th March, Paul Vandenbroeck will deliver the lecture ‘Who said the commissioner of Bosch’s so-called Garden of Delights was a man?’ for the symposium ‘Key women in the creation of the Prado’s collections. From Isabella I of Castile to Isabel Clara Eugenia. ‘
Op 13/01 gaf Jan Van der Stock een online rondleiding op de tentoonstelling ‘Verbeelding van het Universum’ die hij cureerde naar aanleiding van het KNAL! Festival. In deze lezing neemt professor Van der Stock ons op sleeptouw langs enkele topstukken van de tentoonstelling.
On 8 December 2021, Barbara Baert delivered the James Loeb Lecture 2021 at the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte.
This lecture features a grisaille fresco depicting the Kairos/Occasio motif (Museo della Città nel Palazzo di San Sebastiano in Mantua).
Netherlandish Art and Luxury Goods in Renaissance Spain, a fascinating collection of essays that explores the diverse ways in which Netherlandish art permeated the artistic landscape of Spain from the fifteenth to the early seventeenth centuries, is now available at Harvey Miller Publishers.
This volume of essays aims to give an overview of the current state of the research and the new perspectives it offers. Under the joint leadership of the Manuscripts Department of Illuminare, the Study Centre for Medieval Art at the University of Leuven, the Royal Library of Belgium and the Royal Institute for cultural Heritage this publication collects a series of studies that reflect the richness and artistic interactions in this unique period.
The Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK/IRPA) is honoured to announce the Bruegel Success Story Colloquium in Brussels on 12-14 September 2018. The colloquium is intended for curators, art-historians, conservators and scientists studying painting from the Southern Netherlands in the 16th century.
Hildegard of Bingen, the renowned twelfth-century theologian, composer, poet, and mystic, continues to inspire and excite people. In 2018, KU Leuven is showcasing her life and work in an exhibition, conference and concert.