Journal IKON, vol. 7

IKON 7/2014

Iconology at the Crossroads

Marina Vicelja (ed)

  • Pages: 340 p.
  • Size:240 x 310 mm
  • Language(s):English, French, Italian
  • Publication Year:2014

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-55222-4
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    Michael Ann Holly, Iconology and the Phenomenological Imagination

    Colum P. Hourihane, Iconography at the Crossroads Revisited

    W. J. T. Mitchell, Four Fundamental Concepts of Image Science

    Isabella Woldt, The Operating Principle of Picture Series Aby Warburg’s Theory of the Function of Image Memory and the Renaissance Festival’s Pictures

    Rebeka Vidrih, Misconceptions and Misrepresentations of Aby Warburg‘s Art History

    Elisa Coletta, From the Image to the Painting - the Image within the Painting. Analysis of the Two Lines of Inquiry Suggested by Hubert Damisch for Iconology

    György E. Szönyi, The Mediality of Culture. Theories of Cultural Representations

    Aleksandar Mijatović, Man Cut in Two. Virtual and Surreal in Bergson’s and Breton’s Notion of Image

    Alexei Lidov, The Temple Veil as a Spatial Icon. Revealing an Image-Paradigm of Medieval Iconography and Hierotopy

    Emma Sidgwick, Radiant Remnants. Late Antique Strigillation and Productive Dunamis/Energeia

    Péter Bokody, After Paradigm. Iconography and Giotto

    Andrei Pop, Iconology and the Logic of Belief. A Case Study of Anselm’s Chapel In Canterbury

    Claudia Cieri Via, About the New Iconology. The Geology of Images - Looking at Mantegna’s Work

    Giuseppe Capriotti - Valentina Živković, The Gap between Text, Image and Ritual as an Iconological Problem. Two Examples from the Adriatic Coast

    Ivana Prijatelj Pavičić, Truth and Misconceptions Concerning the Reception of Antiquity in 15th Century Trogir Humanism

    Yvonne zu Dohna, The Mystical of the Sublime. The Experience of Salvation in Michelangelo’s Last Judgement

    Alessandro Rossi, Media and Methodological Nesting Two Theoretical Paintings by Lorenzo Lotto

    Yoni Ascher, Bruegel‘s Plowman and the Fall of Art Historians

    Frédérique Dubard de Gaillarbois, Elisabetta Sirani’s Porcia Wounding Her Thigh (1664). A Piece of Mute Eloquence or a Meta-Painting?

    Laura Stagno, The Status of Art in a Vanitas Perspective. Case Studies in Genoese Painting

    Christine Moisan-Jabłońska, The Indirect Comparative Method. An Attempt at Trying to Find a Path between the Scylla of Iconography and the Charybdis of the History of Religious Mentality

    Romana Rupiewicz, Between the Image and the Word Research Methods Applied to the Study of the Depictions of Iudicium Sanguinarium Iudaeorum contra Jesum Christum Salvatorem Mundi

    Tony Seaton, Didron and the Hand Maidens of Iconography in Nineteenth Century Britain

    Contributions – Reviews – Appendix

    Martin Germ, Saltus Mortis in Valvasor’s Theatrum Mortis Humanae Tripartitum. A Copy of Holbein’s Dance of Death?

    Han Lamers, New Approaches to Mark 5:24-34 in Medieval Art

    Marina Vicelja, The Aby Warburg’s Fundamental Concept Revisited

    Ivo Babić, In Search of Lost Painting

    Seventh International Conference of Iconographic Studies

    Guidelines for Authors