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Roma in festa

  1. 1. ROMA IN FESTA –INTERNATIONALE STUDENTEN MAKENEEN EUROPEANA-TENTOONSTELLINGCARARE studiedag, RCE Amersfoort / 31 jan 2013Minou Schraven / Amsterdam University CollegeOscar Seip, MA / Universiteit van Amsterdam
  2. 2. Opzet•  Summer school ‘Roma in Festa’ (9-15 juli 2012) •  inkadering binnen het Belgische onderzoeksproject •  Het thema van de summer school; (digitale) bronnen •  Programma en externe partners•  Output van de Summer school •  Tentoonstelling in de Academia Belgica in Rome en onze Prezi!•  Van de Prezi naar de Europeana-tentoonstelling •  (de komende drie maanden) •  Uitgangspunt is de kaart van Rome van Giambattista Nolli (1748)_ •  Toevoegen: colofon met de ervaringen van de studenten
  3. 3. Federaal Belgisch onderzoeksproject‘Cultures of Baroque Spectacle Between Italy and theSouthern Netherlands’Gefinancierd door Belspo (Belgian Science Policy Office). Board of the research project: Ralph Dekoninck (Universiteit Louvain-la-Neuve); Maarten Delbeke (Universiteit Gent) Annick Delfosse (Universiteit Liege) Koen Vermeir (Kath. Universiteit Leuven)
  4. 4. Academia Belgica, RomeOnderzoeksinstituut,bibliotheek, onderdak voor individueleonderzoekers en voor groepen
  5. 5. Introductiedag 23 april in Brussel-  Kennismaking;-  Verdelen van de onderwerpen;-  Collecties Koninklijke Musea Schone Kunsten en Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Prentenkabinet en Penningenkabinet).Summer school: 9 -14 Juli in Rome•  Seminars op de Academia Belgica•  Korte presentaties van de studenten•  Stadswandelingen•  Bezoeken aan collecties van musea, bibliotheken en archieven. •  Museo di Roma •  Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica •  Biblioteca Casanatense •  Bibioteca Vallicelliana •  Archivio Padri Oratoriani (Chiesa Nuova)•  EIndpresentatie
  6. 6. Summerschool Roma in Festa http:// calcografica.ing.beniculturali.it/ calcografica/index.php? page=_layout_home&id=1&lang =it Op bezoek bij Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica / Calcografia nazionale
  7. 7. Seminars in de Academia Belgica Piazza di Spagna – de Spaanse ambassade
  8. 8. Struinen in de prentencollectie van het Museo di Roma
  9. 9. Biblioteca Vallicellianahttp://www.casanatense.it/index.php/en/risorse-online.html Biblioteca Casanatense
  10. 10. Entry of 1655Posters for the Final Christina of Sweden in Palazzo FarnesePresentation: Nele De Raedt, independent researcher Master of Engineering: Architecture and Urban design, University of Ghent, 2011 1! ! The route On the 23th of December the converted Queen Christina of Sweden was officially welcomed by the pope in Rome. Three days afterwards an impressive procession accompanied her from the Vatican Palace towards Palazzo Farnese, where she would take her more permanent residence. People gathered in the streets and an infinit number of lights illuminated the route. Upon arrival on Piazza Farnese, four bonfires around the fountains lit up the scene and torches attached to the palazzo illuminated the temporary façade that had been built in honour of the guest. From Piazza San Pietro towards Palazzo Farnese: estimated route _detail Falda map Arrival on Piazza Farnese You can see this temporary façade on the (incomplete) drawing by Carlo Rainaldi. It contains various biblical figures and 13" devices referring to Christina‘s strength to stand up against Protestantism, her royal 11" 12" 6" 7" 8" 9" 10" status and the glory and honour that she deserves. The arms of the pope and the Roma Trionfante on top celebrate Rome’s 1" 2" 3" 4" 5" supremacy. The only references to the " Farnese family are the inscription above 4! the central doorway and lilies in shields and friezes. Palazzo Farnese, no longer inhabited by the family, was at that time still one of the most impressive palaces in Rome. Ranuccio Farnese, Duke of Parma Author’s reconstruction of the apparato for the reception of Christina of Sweden in Palazzo Farnese superimposing the drawing from Carlo Rainaldi on the present-day façade and Piacenza, paid for the event, probablyPrinting the posters for the exhibition in the hope to obtain a new deadline from the pope to repurchase their lost Duchy of Façade’s program: 1. Elia 2. Christina presenting her crown and sceptre in the Santa Casa di Loreto 3. “Christinae suevorum regina ob depositum pro religione regni fastigium regit fortuna maiori gloria monumentum hox erigit Ranutius Farnesius Parme & Piacenta Dux” 4. Christina presenting at the pope in Consistory 5. Samson 6. Medallion with queen Esther 7. Arms of Sweden 8. Arms of the Castro. Pope 9. Arms of Christina 10. Medallion with Judge Debora 11. Judith 12. Yael 13. Roma Trionfante Main primary source: • Vera e compita relatione del ricevimento fatto alla ... regina di Suetia in Roma dalla Santità di N.S. Papa Alessandro Settimo ... . Rome, Cavalli F. 1656; in 4º, 12 p !
  11. 11. Celebrations for the 1637Election of Ferdinand IIIas King of the RomansSarah Lampe, Leiden University Fireworks on Piazza di Spagna This etching shows a moment of the magnificent fireworks held on Piazza di Spagna in Rome in February 1637. The Spanish ambassador to the Vatican in Rome, Manual de Moura, organized an eight-day long festival to celebrate the election of Ferdinand III as King of the Romans. The highlight of the festival were the great fireworks. What you see on the left is a square-shaped tower bursting into fireworks and revealing a round- shaped tower. Subsequently, this tower likewise burst into flames revealing an equestrian statue of Ferdinand III. With the help of some ‘occulte machine’ (secret machinery) the statue was then brought from the square into the palace of the ambassador. The image is part of a series of etchings illustrating the fireworks on Piazza di Spagna published in a Festival Book shortly after the event. You can see the series below. Read from left to right, the sequence of events appears almost like a film. ! !Festival BookIn the early modern period, festival books were frequently published to record events likeelections, weddings, and births. To the right, you see the first page of the festival book aboutthe events on Piazza di Spagna. On several pages, the author describes the course of theevents and does the honor to the newly elected king Ferdinand and also to Spain. Books likethis one were a good means to promote the influence and authority of the host of suchcelebrations.The election of Ferdinand was also celebrated at other sites in Rome. It was an appreciatedoccasion for persons of the political life in the city, such as the Spanish ambassador, todemonstrate status and power in the fragile net of political relationships in the town at thetime.Primary Source: Festival Book, Descripcion de las fiestas que el S[eño]r Marques de CastelRodrigo Embaxador de España celebró en esta corte ala nueva del election de Ferdinando III deAustria Rey de Romanos, C.33.l.2, London, British Library. !
  12. 12. Aankondiging eindpresentatie
  13. 13. Prezi presentation made by students
  14. 14. Printed festival booksDigitalization projects from the 1990s onwards http://www.bl.uk/ treasures/festivalbooks/ homepage.html Menu des Plaisirs du Roi: Office responsible for festivities at the royal court in Paris http://www.culture.gouv.fr/ documentation/archim/MP/MP- accueil.htm
  15. 15. Filippo Lauri and Filippo Gagliardi, Giostra dei Caroselli. Oil on canvas, 233mm X340mm. Museo di Roma, Piazza Navona, Rome, MR 5698.
  16. 16. Giulio Camillo’s teatro della memoria

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