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Ikon 12/2019
Christian Iconography in Modern and Contemporary Art

The University of Rijeka (ed.)
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312 p., 240 x 310 mm, 2019
ISBN: 978-2-503-58266-5
Languages: English
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Table of Contents

Uvodna riječ / Foreword

Dino Milinović
Heroes Don’t Cry
Physical Pain and Moral Anguish in Greek and Roman Art

Emanuela Fogliadini
The Massacre of Innocents
Representing the Biblical Suffering in the Mosaics of Chora

Jakov Đorđević
Horrors of the Perverted Eucharist
Sensing Pelops’ Dismembered Body in Panteleimon cod. 6

Gili Shalom
Triple Martyrdom at Notre Dame de Mouzon

Dmitriy Antonov
Prisoners of Hell in Russian Iconography: Figures and Gestures

Nataša Golob
Suffering Job: Rethinking the Iconography in the Manuscript of Moralia from Kranj (1410)

Ivana Čapeta Rakić - Valentina Živković
Maternal Pain in Miracle Scenes as a Part of Catholic Propaganda  in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Period

Milena Ulčar - Saša Brajović
One Body, Many Torsos: Depicting the Tormented Body of Christ in  Early Modern Bay of Kotor

Paolo Sanvito
Pain in Representations of Intimacy with the Crucified Christ in Lutgard of  Tongeren and Catherine of Siena as Impulse to Innovative Iconographies

Giuseppe Capriotti
The Pain of Ancient Gods and Heroes 
The Use of Raised Arms as Pathosformel in Giovanni Antonio Rusconi’s Xylographs for the Trasformationi by Lodovico Dolce
 

Claudia Cieri Via
“Una Baruffa Bellissima”.  The Massacre of the Innocents: An Ancient Tragedy in Modern Times

Yvonne Dohna Schlobitten
Guardini e Michelangelo: la sofferenza dell’arte
L’opposizione polare nella creazione artistica

Sanja Cvetnić
Cesare Fracanzano’s The Penitence of St Peter in Dubrovnik and the Iconography of Penitence in Giovanni Bonifaccio’s L’arte de’ cenni (1616)

Alessia Pannese
Body of Evidence: The Case of Early Modern Enthusiasm

Anuradha Gobin
Death Ambushed: Sex, Fertility and Laughter in the Shadow of Pained Bodies

Pierre-Olivier Ouellet
Supressing or Exacerbating Pain: Emulation and Conversion Strategies Utilizing Images by Jesuit Missionaries in New France

Vladimir P. Goss
Beyond Morse Peckham: Love and Pain in the Art of Antoine Watteau

Francesco Leonelli
The Constitutio Criminalis Theresiana and the Representation of Torture in German Criminal Codes during the Time of the Enlightenment

Marta Equi Pierazzini
“The subject of pain is the business I am in”Louise Bourgeois and the Iconography of Hysteria: Reclaiming the Visibility of Pain

Hans-Peter Söder
Pain Is Good. Warburg’s and Heidegger’s Iconological Struggle Against Technological Modernity

Giulia Bordignon - Maria Bergamo
Iconographies and Pathosformeln of Pain in Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne Atlas
A Pathway through Plates 5, 6, 41, 41a, 42, 53, 56 and 58

Dorota Kownacka-Rogulska
Beyond the Pain and Towards the Spiritual Awakening: Andrzej Wróblewski’s Experience of War and Everyday Life Trauma

Barbara Crostini
Natural Suffering: Viola, Psellos, and a Christian Ecology of Pain

Janneke Schoene
Objectifying the subject On the staging of artists in pain

Karen von Veh
The Pain of Martyrdom: Diane Victor’s Ghostly Victims

James Macdonald
A Black Passion: Accounting for the Violent Science of Apartheid, as Chronicled in the Reimagined Passion Narrative of Sokhaya Charles Nkosi’s 1976 Crucifixion

Marko Špikić
Didactic Images of Pain: Use and Abuse of Ruins in Europe after 1945

Elisabeth Punzi
Art and Mental Health Care as Cultural Heritage and Current Practice

Prilozi – Prikazi – Dodatak / Contributions – Reviews – Appendix

Rosanna Bianco
Il culto di Santa Caterina d’Alessandria tra silenzi, assenze ed omissioni

Davide Stimilli
Timely Fragments

Zrinka Blažević
Schiavoni: Artists, Nation, Ideology

Cássio Fernandes
Aby Warburg in Buenos Aires

Dvanaesti međunarodni znanstveni skup ikonografskih studija / Twelfth International Conference of Iconographic Studies

 

 

 

Interest Classification:
Fine Arts & Performing Arts
Art History (general)
Medieval art history
Medieval & Renaissance History (c.400-1500)

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