Until 25 September 2022 the exhibition ‘Traces: Renaissance Drawings for Flemish Prints’ can be visited at the Courtauld Gallery. This showcase is curated by Maarten Bassens, affiliated researcher at Illuminare and Getty Paper Project Curatorial Fellow at the Courtauld.
On May 24, 2022, the seminar “Das Nachleben der Antike: Methods and Perspectives” will take place in Leuven. This activity is part of the FNRS network “Iconologies”.
On 17/02, a talk will be held with Paul Vandenbroeck, curator of the Borderline exhibition at the Palais des Beaux-arts in Brussels in 2000 and of the publication Azetta, the art of Berber women, on occasion of the exhibition Rouge Bleu, Word of matter.
Op 13/01 gaf Jan Van der Stock een online rondleiding op de tentoonstelling ‘Verbeelding van het Universum’ die hij cureerde naar aanleiding van het KNAL! Festival. In deze lezing neemt professor Van der Stock ons op sleeptouw langs enkele topstukken van de tentoonstelling.
On 22 October the exhibition ‘Imagining the Universe’ opens in M Leuven as part of the KNAL! city festival.
Thanks to the KU Leuven research project Fingerprint we can now have a phenomenally detailed look at the Bruegel drawings.
A selection of conserved manuscripts is on display at the Maurits Sabbe Library (Charles Deberiotstraat 26), from 26th of June until 4th of October 2019.
Hildegard of Bingen, the renowned twelfth-century theologian, composer, poet, and mystic, continues to inspire and excite people. In 2018, KU Leuven is showcasing her life and work in an exhibition, conference and concert.