Cette conférence, organisée par Corinne Thépaut-Cabasset en collaboration avec l’Institut Français du Danemark, rassemblera des experts danois, suédois, finlandais, français, britanniques et américains. Ils analyseront les différentes façons par lesquelles l’histoire du style a influencé les arts et la culture en Scandinavie au cours du 18ème siècle, en explorant le courant Rococo.

Les présentations et discussions se feront en anglais.

La participation à l’évènement est gratuite, dans la limite des places disponibles, mais l’inscription est obligatoire.

Date limite d’inscription: May 19th, 2017
Inscription: https://goo.gl/WvpV2G

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

 

Programme:

13h30: Welcome by H.E François Zimeray, French Ambassador in Denmark

13h40: Charlotte CHRISTENSEN, former curator at the Designmuseum (Denmark): Fatal fires: How Copenhagen lost its Rococo…

14h00: Jørgen HEIN, senior curator at Rosenborg Palace (Denmark): Saved from the fire and sent to the garden: Rococo from the first Christiansborg at Rosenborg

14h20: 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

16h20: Discussion

16h45: Piano Concert

17h: Tour of the Palais Thott