Thurs June 3, 3pm - 4pm - P40
Organizer and Chair: Ornella Castiglione, University of Milan-Bicocca
This session explores citations of Italian architecture, sculpture or painting in cinematographic production. Well-known cases of direct pictorial quotation include Pier Paolo Pasolini, Luchino Visconti, and more recently, Paolo Sorrentino. This topic will be addressed from the perspective of moving images (cinema and audiovisual media) and art direction (production and channels of use) by scholars from different backgrounds. Interdisciplinary approaches in this field can help general audiences, as well as students, to maintain an active interest in Italian art and architecture and to enhance, promote, and critique artistic heritage.
Use and Misuse of Italian Heritage on Screen: The Medici TV Series
The Art of Adventure: Antonioni and the Rome New York Art Foundation
Il movimento come forma simbolica: Ejzenštejn lettore di Leonardo da Vinci
Living Works of Art and Pale Blue Sheep. Going on Vacation at the Venice Biennale in 1978