Colloque Daniel Arasse
Organised by: Nadeije Laneyrie Dagen (ENS), Danièle Cohn (EHESS), Frédéric Cousinié (INHA), Philippe Morel (univ. Paris I), Yves Hersant (EHESS), Giovanni Careri (EHESS), Maurice Brock (univ. Tours) et Philippe Dagen (univ. Paris I)
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by Jean-Loup Bourget (ENS), Elizabeth Cropper (National Gallery of Art, Washington), David Rosand (Columbia University, New York), Charles Dempsey (The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore) et Yves Hersant (EHESS)

[8th June, 2006 at 17:00]

Discussion suite à la séance présidée par Jean-Loup Bourget

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Jean-Loup Bourget

Jean-Loup Bourget (ENS)
Professeur à l’École normale supérieure et critique à la revue Positif.
Directeur du Département histoire et théorie des arts de l’ENS.
Directeur de l’ARIAS - Atelier de recherche sur l’intermédialité et les arts du spectacle (CNRS-Paris III).

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Elizabeth Cropper (National Gallery of Art, Washington)
Elizabeth Cropper is Dean of the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Formerly she was Professor of the History of Art and Director of the Villa Spelman at The Johns Hopkins University. She is the author of The Domenichino Affair (2005), and many studies of Florentine and Roman painting. With Charles Dempsey she is co-author of Nicolas Poussin: Friendship and the Love of Painting.

David Rosand

David Rosand (Columbia University, New York)
David Rosand, Meyer Schapiro Professor of Art History at Columbia University, is a scholar of Renaissance art who has published as well on modern art and on American painting. Three of his books have appeared in French translation: Peindre à Venise au XVIe siècle : Titien, Véronèse, Tintoret (Flammarion, 1993), Titien : l’art plus fort que la nature (Découvertes Gallimard, 1993), and La trace de l’artiste : Léonard et Titien (Gallimard, 1993). His more recent books include Robert Motherwell on Paper: Drawings, Prints, Collages (1997), Myths of Venice: The Figuration of a State (2001), Drawing Acts: Studies in Graphic Expression and Representation (2002), and The Invention of Painting in America (2004). He is currently preparing a monograph on the art of Paolo Veronese, to be published by Citadelles & Mazenod.

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Charles Dempsey (The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore)
Charles Dempsey is Professor of Art History at Johns Hopkins University, where he chaired the department for six years. He has written widely about Renaissance and Baroque art, including books on Botticelli’s Primavera, on Inventing the Renaissance Putto, on Annibale Carracci and the Beginnings of Baroque Style, and on Nicolas Poussin: Friendship and the Love of Painting, which he wrote together with Elizabeth Cropper. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society, and has held numerous visiting professorships, among them at Princeton, the University of Melbourne in Australia, and at the Collège de France and the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, where he collaborated in seminars at the invitation of his good friend Daniel Arasse.

Yves Hersant

Yves Hersant (EHESS)
Directeur d’études à l’EHESS, chargé du Groupe de recherches sur l’Europe, Yves Hersant a étudié la Renaissance sous des aspects aussi divers que la mélancolie, l’allégorie, la notion de beauté, le mythe de l’âge d’or, le rire, le rêve, l’émerveillement. Il est membre du comité de rédaction de Critique et co-dirige l’édition française des œuvres de Giordano Bruno. Principales publications : Italies : les voyageurs français aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Europes. Anthologie critique et commentée, en collaboration avec Fabienne Durand-Bogaert. La métaphore baroque. D’Aristote à Tesauro. Mélancolies, de l’Antiquité au XXe siècle.

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