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Desire and delirium throughout the history of Italian art: from Bernini to Balla

Date:

08/06/2020


Desire and delirium throughout the history of Italian art: from Bernini to Balla

The history of art can be told from many different points of view: by studying techniques, movements, commission projects, languages or styles. In this conference the Art Historian Costantino D’Orazio follows another path. He invites us to complete a journey through time, from antiquity to today, to understand how artists depicted Desire and Delirium.
From the inventions of the Baroque to the revolutions of Romanticism, right up to the provocations of the 1900’s, art has delved into the emotions of women and men developing symbols and characters which tell their story.

 

This webinar will be held online via zoom and you can book by clicking on this link:

Desire and delirium throughout the history of Italian art: from Bernini to Balla

It will be held at:

6.30pm AEST (VIC, NSW, TAS, QLD)

6pm ACST (SA, NT)

4:30pm AWST (WA)

This is a free event organised with the IIC SYDNEY, in collaboration with Associazione Culturale 5 SENSI.

Held in ENGLISH.

  • N.B. For those who have missed the previous two lectures with Costantino d'Orazio, the firts one about Caravaggio on Thursday 28th May and the second one about Michelnagelo on 25 June, please note that the recordings of the webinars are now available on the IIC Melbourne YouTube channel:

          Caravaggio: the truth and myths of a revolutionary painter

          Michelangelo: the power of the body

Information

Date: Thursday, August 06, 2020

Time: From 6:30 pm To 7:30 pm

Organized by : IIC Melbourne

In collaboration with : IIC Sydney; Associazione Culturale 5 SENSI

Entrance : Free


Location:

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