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Giotto, Gold, and the Global Trecento: Transcultural Perspectives on the Fourteenth Century Precious silk weavings, inlaid metalwork, luster ceramics—in the premodern period, the most diverse artifacts reached the Apennine peninsula from afar, stimulated the local production, and had an impact on artists working in various media and materials. Re-considering Janet Abu-Lughod’s monograph ...
Dangerous Beauty: Medusa in Classical Art Early depictions of Medusa—one of the Gorgons of Greek myth whose gaze turned men to stone—show a winged woman with serpents entwined in her hair, bulging eyes, wide grin, protruding tongue, and tusks among other frightening traits. Beginning in the ...
Symposium—Revivalism in the Age of Modernism (David Crowley) David Crowley
National College of Art and Design, Dublin
Modernism and the Spectres of the Past in Piłsudski’s Poland
For much of the twentieth century, “Revivalism” and “Historicism” were seen as reactionary and outmoded tendencies in design. In 1961 Nikolaus ...
Symposium—Revivalism in the Age of Modernism (Hedvig Mårdh) Hedvig Mårdh
Uppsala University
The Gustavian Revival in Sweden
For much of the twentieth century, “Revivalism” and “Historicism” were seen as reactionary and outmoded tendencies in design. In 1961 Nikolaus Pevsner dismissed it out of hand, stating “all reviving of ...
Symposium—Revivalism in the Age of Modernism (Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen) Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen
Yale University
Baroque Eons in Modern Architecture
For much of the twentieth century, “Revivalism” and “Historicism” were seen as reactionary and outmoded tendencies in design. In 1961 Nikolaus Pevsner dismissed it out of hand, stating “all reviving of ...

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