2C_Michelangelo_Rome and Florence_Re-founding of Rome

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“Il buon gusto è si raro, il mondo è cieco” Good taste is quite rare, the world is blind” Michelangelo Module 2C Michelangelo Rome / Florence Re-founding of Rome
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Module 2C 1. Towards a “theory” of making, Michelangelo 2. Florence (part A) David Donato Bramante Tempieto of S Peter Rome (part A) Sistine Chapel 3. Florence (part B) Façade of San Lorenzo (not completed) Medici Chapel, 1520s Laurentian Library, 1520s Fortifications, 1530 Giorgio Vasari Lives of the Artists, 1550 Rome (part B) Campidoglio (Capitoline Hill), 1536 Last Judgment, 1534 St. Peters (dome), 1550s
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Michelangelo Buonarotti 1475-1564 Copy of Dante + the Bible “The hands do, but the eye judges.”
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La Pieta | 1498 | St Peters, Rome “physis” The stuff of the world.
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Mantenga | Dead Christ | 1480
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Valverdes | Historia de la composicion del cuerpo humano | Rome, 1556
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Body + Building Not as ideal proportions but as physis, material. As fragment, as potential
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Disegno Drawing and Idea - it is Emergent Involves fantasia, madness, melancholy Shift to the Individual (still Religious world view) Artist may allow the truth to appear to another. Form emerges from the interaction between artist and material.
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Leonardo | Procreation | not dated Without imagination, no procreation.
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Michelangelo | Sibyl, Sistine Chapel | 1480 Painting / Sculpture is not a copy, but is a creative act. Bodies are bizarrely both male and female.
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Context and projects: Florence Rome 2. Florence (part A) | Bramante | Rome (part A)
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Medici “drama” 1478 - Pazzi Conspiracy Lorenzo’s brother Giuliano dies Lorenzo (il Magnifico) Medici d. 1492 Giovanni (1474-1521) (son) Pope Leo X Giuliano (1478-1534) (nephew) Pope Clemente VII Michelangelo (1475-1564)
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Savonarola | “Bonfire of the Vanities”
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