Adrian Bremenkamp, M.A.

Adrian Bremenkamp studied Art History, Philosophy and Classical Archaeology in Berlin and Paris. As a doctoral fellow in research project (C-5-9) Italia Illustrata, he investigates conceptions of space and identity in texts and images from within and around the Aragonese royal court in Naples. His research follows two main paths: One is the exploration of the reception of so-called Early Netherlandish painting in southern Italy and Aragon/Catalonia in the early 15th century and its relation to the fashioning of identity. The other is the study of treatises on geography and history commissioned by the aragonese court, especially with regard to their specific conceptualizations of local, dynastic, trans-regional and/or ideal spaces.

 

Activities

Further Activities

02.11.2016 Talk Antiquity is what you make it: Die Renaissance in Neapel als Ärgernis der Kunstgeschichte Part of: Antiquity-Slam, Neues Museum, Berlin
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27.10.2016 Lecture Le réception de l’art flamand comme traduction: La Vierge des conseillers de Luis Dalmau pour la chapelle du hôtel de ville de Barcelone (1443-45)“
at Université de Lausanne, France
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31.03.-02.04.2016 Panel Art and Experience in 15th Century Naples: Defining an Artistic Center I + II, together with Nicole Joy Riesenberger
Part of: The Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting 2016, Boston
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01.04.2016 Talk Describing Fifteenth-Century Naples on Contemporary Terms, introduction to the panels “Art and Experience in 15th Century Naples: Defining an Artistic Center I + II”
Part of: The Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting 2016, Boston
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09.05.2015 Talk Making the Queen’s Saint” – The 15th century Altarpiece of San Vincenzo Ferrer from the Church of San Pietro Martire in Naples
Part of: Third Annual Renaissance Postgraduate Symposium: „Between Heaven and Earth: Ecclesiastical Patronage in Europe, 1400-1600“, Courtauld Institute of Art, London
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26.02.2014 Colloquium Reading Group  “Transformations of Knowledge”

Part of: Transformationen von Wissen