Konferencen, som er organiseret af Corinne Thépaut-Cabasset i samarbejde med Institut Français du Danemark, samler eksperter fra Danmark, Sverige, Finland, Storbritannien og Amerika. De vil se nærmere på de mange forskellige måder hvorpå stilhistorien har påvirket kunst og kultur i Skandinavien i løbet af det attende århundrede ved at udforske Rococo bevægelsen. 

Oplæggene og de efterfølgende diskussioner vil foregå på engelsk. 

Det er gratis at deltage i arrangementet, men tilmelding er obligatorisk. Bemærk venligst at deltager antallet er begrænset. 

Tilmeldingsfrist: d. 19. maj 2017
Tilmelding: https://goo.gl/WvpV2G

Kontakt: Corinne Thépaut-Cabasset, ctc16@hum.ku.dk

Program:

13.30: Welcome by H.E François Zimeray, French Ambassador in Denmark

13.40: Charlotte CHRISTENSEN, former curator at the Designmuseum (Denmark): Fatal fires: How Copenhagen lost its Rococo…

14.00: Jørgen HEIN, senior curator at Rosenborg Palace (Denmark): Saved from the fire and sent to the garden: Rococo from the first Christiansborg at Rosenborg

14.20: Merit LAINE, Associate Professor, Dept. of Art History, Uppsala University (Sweden): Coexistence or Transition? Rococo and Classicism in Queen Louisa Ulrika’s Museum at Drottningholm

14.40: Pascal BERTRAND, Professor of History of art at the university of Bordeaux-Montaigne (France): The Color of the Rococo: French Tapestries after Oudry and Boucher in Scandinavia

15.00: Corinne THÉPAUT-CABASSET, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow at SAXO Institute, University of Copenhagen (Denmark): Fashioning the Rococo: Looking for a Rococo Wardrobe

15.20: Viveka HANSEN, Independent Textile Historian, The IK Foundation (UK): Rococo and East India Influences at a Swedish Manor House in 1758

15.40: Michael YONAN, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Missouri (USA): Print Culture and the dissemination of French Rococo Design in Eighteenth-Century Europe

16.00: Barbara LASIC, Professor of art history at the university of Buckingham (UK): ‘Une exquise expression artistique’: Spectacularising the rococo at the 1935 exhibition or eighteenth-century French art in Copenhagen

16.20: Discussion

16.45: Piano Concert

17.00: Tour of the Palais Thott