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Congress

Lorenzo Lotto´s Portraits

September 24th and 25th 2018

Lorenzo Lotto (Venice, 1480 – Loreto, 1557) was one of the most unique and fascinating artists of the Italian Cinquecento.

The variety of typologies that Lotto employed; the overt or concealed symbolism within them; the psychological depth with which he imbued his models; and the importance he gave to objects in order to define their status, interests and aspirations all give these portraits a degree of profundity which allow Lotto to be seen as the artist who best reflected Italy at the time, a country experiencing a profound period of change.

In conjunction with this exhibition, the Educational Department has organized an International Congress where prestigious specialist will discuss many different aspects of Lotto´s career.

Public Programs
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From August 6th to September 18th
Location
Museo del Prado Auditorium
Direction
D. Miguel Falomir Faus. Director Museo Nacional del Prado
D. Enrico Dal Pozzolo. Universidad de Verona
D.ª Ana Moreno Rebordinos. Coordinadora General de Educación
Organization
Educational Department Museo del Prado

Internactional congress conditions

Fare

  • General Public 80 €
  • Students 40 €
  • Professionals and reserchers 52 €
  • Museo del Prado Foundation 64 €

Programa

2018

Sep
24
09.30 hThe Portrait in Renaissance Italy and Lorenzo Lotto: Past, Present, and Future

David Ekserdijan. University of Leicester

10.15 hPortraits with books: an examination of books in the paintings of Lorenzo Lotto and his contemporaries

Nicholas Pickwoad. University of the Arts London

11.30 hLorenzo Lotto, amici e committenti: nuovi dati su relazioni e contesti lotteschi fra Bergamo, il Veneto e le Marche

Francesca Coltrinari. Universitá di Macerata

12.15 hArte e diplomazia: Sigismondo Gonzaga committente di Lorenzo Lotto

Francesco de Carolis. Universitá di Bologna

13.00 hAspetti della committenza veneziana di Lorenzo Lotto

Renzo Fontana. Università di Venezia

15.30 hCon e senza ritratto. Una nuova Adorazione del Bambino di Lorenzo Lotto

Simone Facchinetti. Museo Bernareggi, Bergamo

16.15 hIl Giovane prelato nel suo studiolo del British Museum: una proposta di riconoscimento

Peter Luedemann. Investigador independiente

17.00 hIl Putto e la bilancia nel ritratto Doria: nuovi spunti

Stella Cibati. Investigadora

Sep
25
09.30 hIl Ritratto dei conjugi dell'Ermitage: un nuovo sguardo

Irina Artemieva. Hermitage Museum. San Petersburgo

10.15 hLorenzo Lotto's portraits: materials, technique and surface effects

Marika Spring. National Gallery y Ana González. Museo del Prado

11.45 hLorenzo Lotto: Ritratti ritoccati, copiati, falsificati

Enrico Dal Pozzolo. Universitá di Verona

15.30 hTra volti nascosti e intenzioni manifeste. Attorno ai criptoritratti di Lorenzo Lotto

Valentina Castegnaro. Universitá di Verona

16.15 hAntichi fatti lombardi. Lorenzo Lotto e la pittura di Brescia

Joanna Kilian. National Museum Warsaw

17.00 hThe Challenge of Lotto’s Drawings

Matthias Wivel. National Gallery of London

17.45 hLotto and Holbein

Andrew John Martin. Munich

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