CB | Journée d’études « Productions and Exchanges : New Research on the History of Syro-Egyptian Arts in the 15th and early 16th Centuries »

Institut des Civilisations 52, rue du Cardinal Lemoine 75005 Paris, 22-23 mai 2023

This workshop aims to shed new light on the history of Syro-Egyptian arts in the 15th and early 16th centuries, with a particular focus on the circulation and transmission of artistic models. It seeks to identify the motifs shared between different artistic productions of the Syro-Egyptian territory, but also with neighbouring areas, particularly Turkish and Persian. In this perspective, a specific interest is given to the modes of formal or aesthetic appropriation and transformation of patterns that connect or differentiate these artistic productions. Emphasis is also put on how patronage and social interactions have contributed to these regional and trans-regional artistic exchanges.

Programme: 

Lundi 22 Mai – 14h30-18h15

14h30-14h45 : Nuria de Castilla & Adeline Laclau

WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS

14h45-15h30 : Doris Behrens Abouseif

ARTISTIC INTERACTION BETWEEN THE MAMLUKS AND THEIR NEIGHBOURS IN THE EARLY 15TH CENTURY

15h30-16h15 : Julien Auber de Lapierre

UN ART COPTE SOUS LES MAMELOUKS ?

16h15-16h45 : Coffee Break

16h45-17h30 : Adeline Laclau

ILLUMINATED PATTERNS ON THE MOVE: ARTISTIC EXCHANGES IN THE LATE MAMLUK ARTS OF THE BOOK

17h30-18h15 : Carine Juvin

DIVERSE, PROFUSE, CONFUSED? METAL OBJECTS IN THE LATE CIRCASSIAN PERIOD (1468-1517)

Mardi 23 Mai – 9h00-12h15

9h00-9h15 : Welcome

9h15-10h00 : Melanie Gibson

BLUE AND WHITE CERAMICS IN MAMLUK EGYPT AND SYRIA – AN ENTANGLED NARRATIVE

10h00-10h30 : Coffee Break

10h30-11h15 : Yuka Kadoi

WHAT TIMUR BROUGHT TO THE MEDITERRANEAN AND BLACK SEAS: “MAMLUK” CARPETS BETWEEN ASIA AND EUROPE

11h15-12h00: Maria Sardi (online)

LATE MAMLUK TEXTILE PRODUCTION AND TRADE

12h00-12h15: Closing Remarks

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