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Appels à communication : 4 sessions at CAA (Los Angeles, 21-24 Feb 18)

Jean-Baptiste Lesueur, La plantation d’un arbre de la liberté en 1790.

Type : 4 Appels à communication

Date de l’événement : 21 – 24 février 2018

Lieu : Los Angeles

106th College Art Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles, February, 21 – 24, 2018

1. Historicizing Loss in Early Modern Europe

Submission Deadline: August 14, 2017

Chair: Julia Vazquez, Columbia University

The history of art and architecture in Baroque Madrid is bookended by two major events: the fire that burned down the Pardo Palace in 1604 and the fire that burned down the Alcázar Palace in 1734. Resulting in the loss of dozens of paintings by Titian, Antonis Mor, and Velázquez, in addition to the buildings themselves, these events represented unprecedented moments of loss to the historical record of this period. Continuer la lecture

Colloque : Fancy‒Fantaisie‒Capriccio : Diversions and Distractions in the Eighteenth Century.

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Type : colloque.
Date : 03 et 04 décembre 2015.
Lieu : musée Paul-Dupuy, Toulouse.
Sous la direction de : Muriel Adrien, Melissa Percival et Axel Hémery.

Associated with the imagination and not reason, fancy (fantaisie) in the eighteenth century was a sort of whimsical distraction from the everyday. For Voltaire it was ‘a singular desire, a passing whim’ (‘un désir singulier, un goût passager’), while for Samuel Johnson it was ‘something that pleases or entertains without real use or value’. Together with its near-synonym caprice (capriccio), fancy was part of a rich semantic network, connecting wit, pleasure, erotic desire, spontaneity, improvisation, surprise, deviation from norms, the trivial and inconsequential. Unpredictable and quirky, it offered many outlets for artistic creativity.

These study days will explore the expressive freedom of fancy (fantaisie, capriccio) in European culture during the eighteenth century—in figure and landscape painting, architecture, and garden design, philosophy and fiction, theatre and music.

 

Programme :

Jeudi 3 décembre :

14h : Welcome and introduction.

14h15 Chair: Melissa Percival.
• Keynote Speaker — Martin Postle, Modelling for the Fancy Picture : Fact, Fiction, and Fantasy.
Frédéric Ogée, Fancying Nature : The Posterity of Joseph Addison’s’ Pleasures’ in English Enlightenment Culture.

15h30 : Tea and coffee.

16h : Chair: Xavier Cervantes.
John Chu, ‘The Many Peopled Wall’ : Fancy Pictures and Annual Exhibitions in Eighteenth-Century London.
Isabelle Baudino, Picturing the Past : The Fancy Picture and the Historical Imagination in Britain.
Hélène Ibata, British Capricci : From the Picturesque to the Sublime.

18h30 : Viewing of the exhibition Fantasy Figures at the Musée des Augustins.

20h30 : Dinner.

Vendredi 4 décembre :

9h15 : Chair : Muriel Adrien.
• Keynote Speaker — Guillaume Faroult.
Emmanuel Faure-Carricabururu, Figures de fantaisie de Jean-Baptiste Santerre et limites des cadres génériques d’interprétation.

10h30 : Tea and coffee.

11h Chair: Frédéric Ogée.
Christophe Guillouet, La production gravée parisienne au cœur de L’invention d’un genre ? Les «fantaisies» de Poilly et Courtin (1710–1728).
Bénédicte Miyamoto, ‘As Whimsical and Chimearical as their Forms Are’ : Ornamental and Fanciful Motives in English Drawing Books.
Pierre-Henri Biger, De la fantaisie des éventails aux éventails de fantaisie.

12h30 : Lunch.

14h : Chair: Isabelle Baudino.
Vanessa Alayrac, ‘A Butterfly Supporting an Elephant’: Chinoiserie in Eighteenth-Century England, or ‘the Luxuriance of Fancy.
Xavier Cervantes, Réminiscences vénitiennes et hybridité culturelle dans les vues et capricci anglais de Canaletto.
Adrián Fernández Almoguera, Du cabinet privé à la villa suburbaine : caprices et fantaisies artistiques dans la capitale des Lumières espagnoles.

15h30 : Tea and coffee.

16h : Chair : Hélène Dachez.
Laurent Châtel, Fancy a Garden? The Hortulean Pleasures of Imagination and Virtuality.
Nathalie Vincent-Arnaud, Cappricioso, Or a New ‘Grammar in Motion’ in Music and Ballet.
Alice Labourg, ‘Fancy Paints with Hues Unreal’ : Pictorial Fantasy and Literary Creation in Ann Radcliffe’s Gothic Novel.