CULTURAL TRANSFER – Art Exchange between Italy and Central

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CHARLES UNIVESITY IN PRAGUE
CATHOLIC THEOLOGICAL FACULTY
CULTURAL TRANSFER
Art Exchange between Italy and Central
Europe
International conference of students in doctoral programmes
25. 4. 2014
Registration of participants: 8:00–8:30
8:00
Opening ceremony: 8:30–9:00
8:30
/lecture room P6/
Closing ceremony: 16:30 / lecture room P6/
CULTURAL TRANSFER – Art Exchange between Italy and Central Europe
International conference of students in doctoral programmes 25. 4. 2014 KTF UK in Prague
I. Middle Ages /lecture room P3/
9:00–9:30
9:30–10:00
10:00–10:30
Alle origini dell’iconografia di Giovanni da Capestrano: testimonianze
dirette, fonti agiografiche e modelli tra Italia ed Europa Centrale (e)
Luca Pezzuto – University of Rome Tor Vergata, School of Humanities
Master Wenceslas of Trent (c)
Romana Chalupná – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
On executing ‘the most Italianate German paintings of Dürer’s time’. Italian
sources of Hans von Kulmbach’s art revisited (e)
Masza Sitek – Jagiellonian University, Faculty of History
10:30–11:00
Break
11:00–11:30
Diverse influences of italian art on the artistic landscape of The State of the
Teutonic Order during the first half of XVth century (e)
Weronika Grochowska – Uniwersytet Gdański, Wydział Historyczny
11:30–12:00
The Chapel of St. Elisabeth in Lower Church of St. Francis in Assisi and the
Chapel of St. Catherine in Karlštejn Castle – iconographic connections (c)
Barbora Holečková – Palacký University Olomouc, Philosophical Faculty
Astwerk as one of the forms of mimesis. Late gothic contribution to floral
decoration (c)
Andrea Huczmanová – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
12:00–12:30
12:30–14:00
Lunch break
14:00–14:30
Neapolitan Manuscript at the Court of Queen Hedwig of Anjou – the
Revelationes Sanctae Birgittae (ca. 1377) in the National Library in Warsaw,
sign. II 3310 (e)
Justyna Łuczyńska – Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Institute of Art History
The late period of the Padua workshop of Giovanni da Gaibana (on the
example of Franciscan Bible (XIII.B.12) from theLibrary of the National
Museum in Prague (c)
Jana Šubrtová – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
14:30–15:00
15:00–15:30
Break
15:30–16:00
Creating Pictures – About sources of the illustrations of the Meditationes
Vitae Christi (g)
Christina Weiler – University of Vienna, Institute of Art History
«reiszen die selzsamsten bossen über altar, als wöllten sie den morischgen
danz springen», Moriskentanz/Moresca nördlich und südlich der Alpen (g)
Charlotte Gschwandtner – Universität Leipzig, Institut für Theaterwissenschaft
16:00–16:30
CZ-160 00 Praha 6, Thákurova 3
www.ktf.cuni.cz, e-mail: [email protected]
CULTURAL TRANSFER – Art Exchange between Italy and Central Europe
International conference of students in doctoral programmes 25. 4. 2014 KTF UK in Prague
II. Renaissance / lecture room P8/
9:00–9:30
9:30–10:00
10:00–10:30
Art Historians and Research of Rome Modern Age Art in Central Europe
before WWS (c)
Marek L. Krejčí – Charles University in Prague, Philosophical Faculty
The Sack of Mantua in 1630 - The Way of italian paintings in Opočno (c)
Magdaléna Nová – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
Artistic creation Italians in the mid sixteenth century in Silesia (g)
Roman Barczyński – Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Wydzial Nauk Historycznych i
Pedagogicznych
10:30–11:00
Break
11:00–11:30
The Woodcuts of Albrecht Dürer as Inspiration for Renaissance Limners in
the Czech Lands (c)
Ema Součková – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
Publisher House of Aux Quatre Vents – graphics as a means of dissemination
of Italian art and culture in the 16th century (c)
Věra Novotná-Koubková – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological
Faculty
Italy – Vienna – Bučovice (c)
Veronika Wanková – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
11:30–12:00
12:00–12:30
12:30–14:00
Lunch break
14:00–14:30
Introduction to visual exegesis. The Book of Revelation in the work of
Sandro Botticelli (c)
Martina Viktorie Kopecká – Charles University in Prague, Hussite Theological
Faculty
The Autorship and Dating Question of the Mural Paintings on the Dividing
Wall in Saint Victor Oratory in Meda (c)
Pavla Hlušičková – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
Sacred Music by Franciszek Lilius (+ 1657) (e)
Marek Bebak – Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Faculty of History
14:30–15:00
15:00–15:30
CZ-160 00 Praha 6, Thákurova 3
www.ktf.cuni.cz, e-mail: [email protected]
CULTURAL TRANSFER – Art Exchange between Italy and Central Europe
International conference of students in doctoral programmes 25. 4. 2014 KTF UK in Prague
III. Baroque / lecture room P6/
9:00–9:30
9:30–10:00
10:00–10:30
Engraving´s Work of Johannes Gallus as A Pattern in Czech Artistic Milieu
(c)
Marie Opatrná – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
Construction of new social reality in Baroque hagiography (c)
Dana Procházková – Charles University in Prague, Hussite Theological Faculty
The cycle of paintings from life of S. Aloisius Gonzaga of the Jesuit College
in Hradec Králové (c)
Klára Zářecká – University of Hradec Králové, Philosophical Faculty
10:30–11:00
Break
11:00–11:30
Anonymous proposals of Baroque theater in the 18th century and their
influencing by family of Bibiena (c)
Monika Benčová – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
Values and functions of copies in the Bohemian Renaissance and Baroque
collections (e)
Alice Fornasiero – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
“New aspects of the idea of bel composto in artistic realisations of Piotr and
Maciej Polejowskis the Lvivian artistic family (1761-1786)” (e)
Agata Dworzak – Jagiellonian University, Faculty of history of art
11:30–12:00
12:00–12:30
12:30–14:00
Lunch break
14:00–14:30
Bohemian Brethren temple architecture as an instrument of nobility
representation (c)
Iveta Tůmová – Charles University in Prague, Philosophical Faculty
„Image“ of the Jesuit Church Our Lady of the Snow in Olomouc in artistic
space of Rome, Vienna and Wrocław (e)
Jana Macháčková – Palacký University Olomouc, Philosophical Faculty
The main sources of inspiration in the work of the Capuchin brother painter
Paolo Piazza at the example of Prague altar of the church of Our Lady of the
Angels. (c)
Alice Nedbalová – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
14:30–15:00
15:00–15:30
CZ-160 00 Praha 6, Thákurova 3
www.ktf.cuni.cz, e-mail: [email protected]
CULTURAL TRANSFER – Art Exchange between Italy and Central Europe
International conference of students in doctoral programmes 25. 4. 2014 KTF UK in Prague
IV. Modern art /lecture room P5/
9:00–9:30
9:30–10:00
10:00–10:30
St. Wenceslas Church in Smichov (c)
Petr Sládeček – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
North against south. Transalpine styles vs. Italian classic in architecture of
historicism (e)
Jan Galeta – Masaryk University in Brno, Philosophical Faculty
Italian intermezzo of Jan Koblasa (c)
Regina Foschiová – Charles University in Prague, Catholic Theological Faculty
10:30–11:00
Break
11:00–11:30
What Determines Cultural Transfer? Triennale di Milano and
Czechoslovakia in 1950s and 1960s. (c)
Petra Nováková – Palacký University Olomouc, Philosophical Faculty
Reception of Italian Futurism in Poland after First and the Second World
War (e)
Maja Piotrowska-Tryzno – University of Warsaw, Faculty of Philosophy and
Sociology
The new technologies at the service of the art: comparison between the
Italian and Czech artistic tendencies in the '60s of the XX century (c)
Zuzana Horvatovičová – Charles University in Prague, Philosophical Faculty
11:30–12:00
12:00–12:30
12:30–14:00
Lunch break
14:00–14:30
14:30–15:00
Premio Gaetano Marzotto 1967 and the new figuration (c)
Klára Bartášková – Charles University in Prague, Philosophical Faculty
Sculpture park as a meeting point between the existing and the experienced.
The Catharsis by Magdalena Abakanowicz in collection of Gori Fattoria di
Celle (c)
Sabina Soušková – Palacký University Olomouc, Philosophical Faculty
15:00–15:30
Break
15:30–16:00
The longed for Arkadia – the second homeland - or artistic experience of
Italy and Sycily in the works of J. Iwaszkiewicz (i)
Dorota Halina Kutyla – University of Warsaw, Kutyła Faculty of Philosophy and
Sociology
The impact of monotheistic religions on folk tales. (s)
Ján Vido – The Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Faculty of education
16:00–16:30
c – presentation in Czech language
s – presentation in Slovak language
e – presentation in English language
i – presentation in Italian language
g – presentation in German language
CZ-160 00 Praha 6, Thákurova 3
www.ktf.cuni.cz, e-mail: [email protected]
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