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X COLOQUIO ARS MEDIAEVALIS. Encrucijadas artísticas transnacionales en la Iberia medieval

€ 70.00
Duration: 3 días
Location: sede de la FSMLR en Aguilar de Campoo, monasterio de Santa María la Real y Diputación de Palencia
Start date: 8/May/2020
Ending date: 10/May/2020
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Encrucijadas artísticas transnacionales en la Iberia medieval
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Encrucijadas artísticas transnacionales en la Iberia medieval

Por razones y evidencias múltiples, la península ibérica medieval ha sido conceptualizada de tres maneras complementarias: como un escenario de conflictos miliares entre reinos cristianos y estados andalusíes; de cohabitación en una misma sociedad de personas de etnias y religiones diferentes aunque no incompatibles; y también de encrucijadas culturales y de movilidad de promotores y artífices que propiciaron intercambios, transmisiones y diálogos artísticos. Durante tiempo, la historiografía ha examinado las comunicaciones artísticas dando por sentado que se produjeron de manera unidireccional, jerárquica y subordinante. Desde esa premisa, se recurrió a términos elocuentes aunque estériles como “influencia”, que impiden advertir la multidireccionalidad y reversibilidad de los contactos. Este X Colloquium Ars Mediaevalis propone volver a mirar la deslumbrante producción artística medieval hispana reconsiderando el modo en que hemos aquilatado la producción, la iconografía, la atribución de autoría, la intencionalidad semántica, los desplazamientos o la importación de obras. Conviene dejar de reiterar que en las producciones artísticas medievales se cristalizan solo “colonizaciones culturales”. Resulta más fecundo reconocer los intercambios transnacionales no dominantes (examinados desde beneficiosos enunciados como traslación, hibridación, alteridad o apropiación). Así lo enuncian con tino los estudiosos más vanguardistas, buena parte de ellos convocados en esta reunión científica. Nuestra aproximación considera las obras artísticas medievales de la península ibérica como corolarios de confluencias y encuentros culturales. Por ello mismo, fueron ante todo innovadoras creaciones estéticas.

 

Descarga AQUÍ el programa completo del coloquio

 

Dirección:

Gerardo Boto Varela (Universidad de Gerona) - Alejandro García Avilés (Universidad de Murcia) - Herbert L. Kessler (Johns Hopkins University) TEMPLA - GERM Estudios Visuales - Red ARSMED

 

PROGRAMA  

Viernes, 8 de mayo

Presidencia de sesión: Dolores Teijeira Pablos / Universidad de León  

09.15 h.: Recepción de participantes y entrega del material

09.45 h.: Presentación e inauguración del Coloquio

10.00 h.: César García de Castro Valdés / Museo Arqueológico de Asturias Una encrucijada forzosa. Surgimiento de un territorio artístico: el Reino de Asturias ca. 750-900.

10.45 h.: Comunicación

11.05 h.: Debate

11.30 h.: Pausa-café

11.45 h.: Patrick Henriet / EPHE  Lucas de Tuy y las imágenes: tradición y modernidad, mundo hispánico y mundo exterior.

12.30 h.: Comunicación

12.50 h.: Debate

13.15 h.: Acto protocolario  

Sesión de tarde

Presidencia de sesión: Javier Martínez de Aguirre / Universidad Complutense de Madrid  

16.00 h.: Kristin Böse / Kunstgeschichtliches Institut der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt an Main Space and Time in Illuminated Manuscripts from the Early Medieval Iberian Peninsular

16.45 h.: Marcello Angheben / Université de Poitiers La pintura románica de la Península Ibérica en la confluencia de múltiples y complejas redes de intercambios

17.30 h.: Debate

17.45 h.: Descanso

18.00 h.: Sarit Shalev-Eyni / Hebrew University of Jerusalem  Artistic Innovation and Cultural Exchange: Sephardic Book Illumination ca. 1300, Burgos - Tudela - Soria

18.45 h.: Debate

19.00 h.: Presentación y debate del libro Herbert L. Kessler - Experiencing Medieval Art    

 

Sábado, 9 de mayo

(Palencia. Diputación Provincial) Presidencia de sesión: Fernando Gutiérrez Baños / Universidad de Valladolid  

09.45 h.: Juan Carlos Ruiz Souza / Universidad Complutense de Madrid) La Creación en el arte islámico. Al-Andalus en contexto.

10.30 h.: Descanso

11.00 h.: Paul Binski / University of Cambridge Transnational artifice: England and Iberia in the 13th and 14th centuries

11.45 h.: Olga Pérez Monzón & Mati Miquel / Universidad Complutense de Madrid La “línea” de Apeles. Narrativas y sinergias en el tardogótico castellano

12.30 h.: Debate

16.00 h.: Visita al Museo de Palencia y Museo Diocesano  

 

Domingo, 10 de mayo

(Monasterio Sta. María la Real) Presidencia de Sesión: Alejandro García Avilés / Universidad de Murcia  

09.30 h.: Francesca Español Bertrán/ Universitat de Barcelona El lenguaje artístico de los reinos cristianos peninsulares. De la historia de las formas a la historiografía de las formas 

10.15 h.: Comunicación

10.35 h.: Debate

11.00 h.: Descanso

11.25 h.: Comunicación

11.45 h.: Charles Little / The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York Making sense of a fragmented picture: Medieval Spanish Art in Museums abroad and their path in the Canon

12:30 h.: Debate

13.00 h.: Conclusiones y perspectivas

13.15 h.: Clausura y entrega de certificados a los asistentes    

 

LUGAR DE CELEBRACIÓN  

Las sesiones tendrán lugar en la sede de la Fundación Santa María la Real del Patrimonio Histórico (Avda. Ronda 1, junto al puente mayor), en el monasterio de Santa María la Real y en la Diputación de Palencia.

 

COMUNICACIONES  

Este coloquio constituye una convocatoria abierta a aquellos investigadores que deseen presentar los resultados de sus análisis en esta materia. Los interesados deberán enviar un resumen del contenido de su comunicación, con una extensión máxima de 2 páginas DIN A4, a espacio sencillo (letra Times New Roman, de 12 puntos), además de una breve selección de las referencias bibliográficas fundamentales en las que se apoyará su discurso. Todo ello se enviará a la siguiente dirección de correo electrónico: plhuerta@santamarialareal.org  

El plazo para la recepción de los resúmenes finalizará el 20 de marzo y se informará sobre la aceptación o no de la comunicación antes del 31 de marzo. En el caso de las admitidas se hará saber, igualmente, el tiempo disponible para su exposición en público (trámite obligatorio), la extensión requerida para su publicación en las actas y las normas de edición.  

 

CONDICIONES DEL CURSO

Matrícula ordinaria: 170 €  

Matrícula reducida: 125 € (Amigos del Patrimonio, Amigos del Románico, asistentes al Coloquio de 2019 y a los inscritos en otros cursos de la Fundación Santa María la Real del Patrimonio Histórico en 2020).  

Matrícula especial: 70 € (estudiantes universitarios menores de 27 años)   ·        

  • Los alumnos que opten por la matrícula reducida o especial deberán presentar un documento acreditativo de su situación: carnet universitario o carnet de alguna de las asociaciones arriba mencionadas. Los asistentes al Coloquio de 2019 y a otros cursos de la Fundación Santa María la Real del Patrimonio Histórico en 2020 quedan exentos de este trámite.
  • Los investigadores cuyas comunicaciones hayan sido admitidas para su lectura abonarán una tasa de 45 €.
  • ¿Quieres hacerte Amigo del Patrimonio? Súmate a nuestra red desde AQUÍ o ponte en contacto con nosotros en el teléfono 983 219 700 o por correo electrónico, escribiendo a amigos@santamarialareal.org.          
  • El precio incluye el material didáctico, las actas publicadas y la excursión del sábado (comida incluida).    

Reconocimiento de la Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León  

Este curso será reconocido como formación permanente del profesorado por la Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León a profesores de niveles anteriores a la Universidad que ejercen en esta Comunidad Autónoma. Será imprescindible la aportación de un correo personal de @educa.jcyl.es, así como acreditar la asistencia al 80% de las horas lectivas del curso.        

Plazo de inscripción:  

Hasta el 30 de abril de 2020  

  • A aquellos alumnos que por propia voluntad anulen su matrícula con posterioridad al 30 de abril sólo se les devolverá el 50% del importe.    

 

INFORMACIÓN Y ENVÍO DE INSCRIPCIONES:  

Secretaría de cursos y seminarios

Fundación Santa María la Real del Patrimonio Histórico

Avda. Ronda, 1 – 3

34800-Aguilar de Campoo (Palencia)  

Tel. 979 125 000   Fax: 979 12 56 80

(De lunes a viernes: 08.00 h. a 15.00 h)  

Correo electrónico: plhuerta@santamarialareal.org   eal.org

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