Event Date: 15 October 2014
Royal Holloway University of London
A talk by Dr Minna Moore-Ede on the occasion of the launch of the HARC 2014-15 Fellowship project ‘Making Space for Art’, a collaboration between the curator of the Picture Gallery at Royal Holloway, Dr Laura MacCulloch, and the Visual Arts and Cinema Research Group in the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
Dr Minna Moore Ede (National Gallery, London) – Two case studies: Titian Metamorphosis 2012, National Gallery, London and Sampling the Myth, Royal Opera House, London
Discussants: Professor Ahuvia Kahane (Classics) and Dr Libby Worth (Drama)
Dr Minna Moore Ede is Assistant Curator of Renaissance Paintings at the National Gallery, London. She completed her Ph.D. at Keble College, Oxford in 2002 on Religious Art and Catholic Reform in Italy 1527-1546. Since then she has written and worked on a number of exhibitions at the National Gallery that include Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan (2011), Renaissance Faces (2008-9), Rubens: A Master in the Making (2006), Raphael: from Urbino to Rome (2004), Polidoro da Caravaggio: The Way to Calvary (2003) and Metamorphosis: Titian 2012.
Introduction by Dr Giuliana Pieri (RHUL):
Discussion with Dr Giuliana Pieri (Italian, RHUL), Dr Libby Worth (Drama, RHUL) and Professor Ahuvia Kahane (Classics, RHUL):