A Istanbul. Visions of Byzantium

Pera Museum Auditorium, 12 June 2012, 09:45 – 16:45
Symposium is free of admissions, and will be conducted in English.

The Getty Foundation, the Council of American Oversees Research Centers, the American Research Institute in Turkey and the Suna and İnan Kıraç Foundation İstanbul Research Institute are organizing a symposium, which will present perspectives on Byzantine art and architecture.

09:45 – 11:30 SESSION ONE

Anthony Greenwood

Robert Ousterhout

Robert Nelson
Ritual images in the city of Constantinople

Paul Magdalino
Beauty before age: visualising antiquity in medieval Constantinople

11:30 – 11:45 COFFEE BREAK

11:45 ‒ 13:30 SESSION TWO

Ivana Jevtic
‘Being inside a book?’ Some thoughts about narrative expression in Palaiologan monumental painting

Anestis Vasilakeris
Images quoting images, or the model’s part in Byzantine intervisuality

Tolga Uyar
Byzance après Byzance: painters and artistic workshops in 13th-century Cappadocia

13:30 ‒ 15:00 LUNCH BREAK

15:00 ‒ 16:45 SESSION THREE

Engin Akyürek
Visualizing salvation: Byzantine art in a funerary context

Scott Redford
Signs & symbols of power in medieval Byzantium and its neighbors

Robert Ousterhout
From textbook to ekphrasis: ways of seeing Byzantine architecture

Venue: Pera Museum Auditorium
Symposium is free of admissions, and will be conducted in English.

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