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The city of Rome is constructed of numerous historical layers and has been influenced by successions of styles, from antiquity to today. What characterizes buildings from the different periods?
With text by professor in art history, University of Copenhagen, Maria Fabricius Hansen and illustrations by graphic novelist maker Lars Horneman, Rome: An Architectural History describes key aspects of the city's historic buildings. The book introduces Rome's architecture and urban space while aIso giving an overview of European architectural history as a whole, as reflected in Rome's millennia of architectural change.
The drawings illustrate the text but aIso serve as an independent series of narrative images. The book's combination of text an d illustrations make it
a living history of the upheavals that have altered Rome's cityscape through the ages.
A historical timeline places the buildings in their wider context.
The book can be read at home but is aIso equipped with maps that guide the reader on walks around Rome.


Conferenza solo ONLINE via Zoom
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Intervengono: Adele Cecchini, Daniele Federico Maras e Annette Rathje

10 maggio, ore 17:00

La Tomba dei Vasi Dipinti (Necropoli di Monterozzi, Tarquinia), di straordinaria importanza nell’arte funeraria etrusca per la qualità dei dipinti e l’originalità dei soggetti, fu scoperta nel 1867 e, dopo i tanti danni provocati dal tempo e, soprattutto, dagli interventi devastanti dei “tombaroli”, rinasce oggi a nuova vita. Grazie a fotografie e acquerelli d’epoca e a fac-simile come quelli conservati presso la Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek di Copenaghen, si è riusciti a integrare una parte delle figure andate perdute e contestualmente si è scoperta una nuova porzione della decorazione dipinta, rimasta finora intatta e ignota, perché coperta da un velo calcareo.


Lecture by Prof. emeritus Sven Hakon Rossel

3 mai 2022, kl. 18

H.C. Andersen’s relationship with Rom, in the context of the Grand Tour.


præsentation af to nye bøger om Italien

3 mai 2022, kl. 18


Lecturer: Troels Rugbjerg, Teaching Associate Professor, Arkitektskolen Aarhus – Phd Fellow, Tampere University

Respondents: Dr. Chiara Monterumisi, Architect &Research Fellow, Università di Bologna
Dr. Monica Prencipe, Architect & Research Fellow, Sapienza Università di Roma

The lecture can be attended either in person at the Danish Academy or online via Zoom. Please! contact us on: accademia@acdan.it to register for attending in person.
Tuesday, 26 April 2022, 6 pm


Lecture by Morten Steen Hansen, Ph.D.
Fellow of the Danish Academy in Rome
On Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 6 pm

The lecture can be attended either in person at the Danish Academy or online via Zoom. Please! contact us on: accademia@acdan.it to register for attending in person


Lecturer: Paolo Borioni, Associate Professor, Sapienza Università di Roma
Respondent: Erik Sporon Fiedler, Postdoc, Accademia di Danimarca
(North/South: architectural and economic reflections, 3/4)
17. MAR. 2022
18:00
AUDITORIUM – DET DANSKE INSTITUT I ROM

Join us at our next lecture in the North-South series, Wednesday, April 20, at 6 pm. Remember to contact us on: accademia@acdan.it if you will attend in person - we can't wait to see you!


by Elettra Stimili (Sapienza - Università di Roma)

(North/South: architectural and economic reflections, 2/4)

17. MAR. 2022
18:00
AUDITORIUM – DET DANSKE INSTITUT I ROM

The talk can be attended either in person at the Danish Academy or online via Zoom. Please! contact us on: accademia@acdan.it
before Wednesday, March 16 at noon, to register for attending in person.

Elettra Stimilli, Professoressa Associata, Sapienza - Università di Roma, is the author of numerous books and articles philosophically investigating the crucial issues of our contemporary world, amongst them Il debito del vivente. Ascesi e capitalismo (2011) and Debito e colpa (2015) wherein she reflects on the relationship between economy and religion coinciding in the phenomenon of debt.

For her talk Elettra has given the following resumé: ”As a result of the pandemic and the outbreak of war in Ukraine, people feel they do not have any control over their existence. Perhaps as never before, they feel at the mercy of an incomprehensible and unpredictable world. The question at the heart of this intervention is what the role of philosophy might be in this context. In what sense could philosophy find new reasons for trust in these desperate times?”

Programma

Luogo: Accademia di Danimarca
Data: 1 marzo
Ore: 18:00
Prenotazione: accademia@acdan.it entro il 28.02
In lingua italiana
Green-pass obbligatorio

Presentazione del libro DANISH DIARIES (Humboldt Books), di Marco Sammicheli, direttore del Museo Design Italiano alla Triennale di Milano. Il libro raccoglie come in un diario gli incontri dell'autore con la Danimarca nel corso della sua vita. "Questo diario include tante storie di donne e uomini che tra Italia e Danimarca hanno vissuto con passione le loro avventure creative, i loro slanci ideali, le loro scommesse."

Evento in lingua italiana
Per prenotarsi rivolgersi a: accademia@acdan.it entro il 28 febbraio
Green-pass obbligatorio
Per maggiori informazioni sul libro: https://www.humboldtbooks.com/en/book/danish-diaries

Programma

An International Conference, 18-20 January 2022. The conference will focus on Roman Carthage from the city's re-founding as Roman colony in 29 BCE until the Vandal Period.
We're pleased to invite you all with knowledge and interest in this subject to join us at the conference. It can be attended either in person at the Danish Academy or online via zoom.
Please! Contact Jesper Carlsen on jca@sdu.dk before Monday, January 17 at 12 noon, to register for attending in person or for receiving the zoom link.


Florentine Epigraphy
Aspects of Propaganda and Patronage under the Medici
A digital conference organized by Forum for Renaissance Studies, Denmark, and the Danish Academy in Rome, 24 November 2021, 14.00-18.00 (Florentine time) Programme
Registration Before 22 November via e-mail to pade@cas.au.dk

Kay Otto Fisker
Architetto danese della monumentalità del quotidiano
Siete invitati in presenza (o via Zoom) all’Accademia di Danimarca, l’unica opera “italiana” dell’architetto danese Kay Fisker, per la presentazione del libro di Samuel Quagliotto “Kay Otto Fisker: Architetto danese della monumentalità del quotidiano”. Accademia di Danimarca, in Via Omero, 18 alle ore 18:00 del 25 novembre.
E’ la prima della serie di conferenze “North/South: architectural and economic reflections” che si propone di affrontare la rilevanza degli scambi architettonici ed economici tra l’ambito nordico e quello mediterraneo.
Richiesto GREEN PASS!