Event series: Oxford Slade Lectures 2017: The Material Presence of Absent Antiquities: Collecting Excessive Objects and the Revival of the Past

18Jan

'A Neo-Classical Dream and an Archaeologist's Nightmare': Piranesi's Colossal Candelabra in the Ashmolean Museum and the Louvre

Mathematical Institute
25Jan

Candelabra in Antiquity, their Rediscovery and Reception

Mathematical Institute
01Feb

Making Antiquity Materially Present: Plaster Cast Collections, Piranesi's Vasi, Candelabri, Cippi and the Museo Borgiano

Mathematical Institute
08Feb

Candelabra, Totems and other Ritual Objects

Mathematical Institute
15Feb

Piranesi in the Valley of the Uncanny I: Excessive Objects and the Revival of Antiquity

Mathematical Institute
22Feb

'At Last I am in Conversation with Things'. Wilhelm and Caroline von Humboldt, and the 6th Duke of Devonshire on the Agency of Graeco-Roman Artefacts

Mathematical Institute
01Mar

Piranesi in the Valley of the Uncanny II: Excessive Objects, Animation and Intentionality

Mathematical Institute
08Mar

'At Rome the Love of Marble Possesses Most People like a New Sense': the Material Turn, 1770-1820

Mathematical Institute