Picturing a Lost Empire

An Italian Lens on Byzantine Art in Anatolia, 1960-2000

AUTHOR(S) :
Alessandra Guiglia
Andrea Paribeni
Antonio Iacobini
Claudia Barsanti
Engin Akyürek
Enrico Zanini
Giovanni Gasbarri
Livia Bevilacqua
Lorenzo Riccardi

DERLEYEN(LER): 
Giovanni Gasbarri
Livia Bevilacqua

TRANSLATED BY: Yiğit Adam

LANGUAGE: English

CATEGORY: ANAMED
Art History
PAGES: 228
SIZE: 23 x 28 cm
EDITION: 2nd print, February 2019
HARDCOVER ISBN: 9786052116494
HARDCOVER PRICE: 70 TL

As an extension of the exhibition “Picturing a Lost Empire: An Italian Lens on Byzantine Art in Anatolia, 1960–2000” which opened in the Arched Gallery of ANAMED on 1 June 2018, a bilingual (English and Turkish) book bearing the same title was published. The editors of the book are Livia Bevilacqua and Giovanni Gasbarri, researchers from Sapienza University, who are also the curators of the exhibition. The translation was undertaken by Yiğit Adam. Besides Bevilacqua’s and Gasbarri’s contribution, the book features articles by prominent Byzantine art historians Engin Akyürek, Claudia Barsanti, Alessandra Guiglia, Antonio Iacobini, Andrea Paribeni, Lorenzo Riccardi and Enrico Zanini. It focuses on the travels in Istanbul and Anatolia undertaken by Italian historians of Byzantine art during 1960–2000.

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