Professor Maria Elena Versari’s latest article, devoted to political inscriptions, memorialization and iconoclasm, has just been published in the journal Word and Image.
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For the exhibition, Professor Maria Elena Versari contributed important scholarship and published in essay in the catalogue.
Her talk will address the intersection between transnational intellectual and artistic networks and national foreign politics in 1920s Berlin.
Prof. Versari will present a talk titled “Iconoclasm, oblivion, normalization and privatization: ideological issues in the conservation of Italian monuments.”
Professor Angela Washko speak on panel titled “The Web as Political Space” and Professor Maria Elena Versari co-organized and is the co-chair of the panel “’68 and After: Art and Political Engagement in Europe.”
rofessor Maria Elena Versai’s essay shows how artists such as Robert Delaunay, Umberto Boccioni and Giacomo Balla contributed to establishing modern painting not just as a form of visual experimentation, but as a radically new mode of reflection on the process of seeing, perceiving, and making sense of the world.
“Futurism: A Microhistory” presents a microhistory or ‘history from below’ of Italian Futurism, one of Europe’s most famous avant-garde movements.
Professor Versari’s essay appears in the catalogue for “Enrico Prampolini: Futurism, Stage Design and Polish Avant-Garde Theater,” on view at Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź, Poland through October 8.
Professor Vesari published “Picasso/Boccioni in perspective” in the online acts of the international congress on Picasso’s sculptures organized last year by the Picasso Museum in Paris.
Maria Elena Versari is an art and architectural historian. Her research focuses on the 19th and 20th centuries and in particular on the intersection between art and technology, the international avant-garde and totalitarian aesthetics. She studied at the Scuola Normale Superiore, where she received a PhD in Art History with a doctoral dissertation devoted to… Read more »