The controversy of Renaissance art / Alexander Nagel.
By: Nagel, Alexander.Material type: BookPublisher: Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, c2011Description: xi, 358 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780226567723 (cloth : alk. paper); 0226567729 (cloth : alk. paper).Subject(s): Art, Renaissance -- Italy | Art -- Italy | Christian art and symbolism -- Italy
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
A nontriumphant Renaissance -- The reformation that never happened in Italy -- Pre- and post-Trent -- Range of the study -- Excavations in Christian art -- Effects of estrangement -- "These are your idols, which you have put in my temple" -- Theater and its double -- Aart historians and their precursors -- The time of the other -- Attending effigies interior cult and exterior cult whores and idols -- Erasure, defacement, unmasking -- Reform as art restoration -- Defamiliarized icons -- The "puppet painter" gets a hearing -- Erasmus unmasks the saints -- Excavations of the image -- A picture of indeterminate subject and uncertain finish -- Threshold painting -- Figures in a loose and unready state -- Images from the underside -- Drawing brought to the surface -- Reconfigurations -- Christian art that is no longer -- Related experiments -- Re-mediations of the altarpiece -- The painter's new profession -- Raphael extracts the icon -- Vision as re-mediation -- Structures of archaism christocentrism -- Transmutation chamber -- Christ as idol -- Animated statues -- Sculpture and the pictorial imaginary -- The idol in Saint Augustine's study -- Statue + column = idolatry in the round and from behind -- Showdown in the arena of painting -- Ficino's ambivalent defense of image magic -- The crucifix as anti-statue -- The antique statue of Christ -- "Christ, who deserved a statue, received instead a cross" -- A statue of Christ from the Holy Land -- Replication and retroactivation -- An antique Christ at the Minerva -- Rhetorical interferences -- Form as symbol -- Avatars of the golden calf in the works of Andrea Riccio -- Gregorio Cortese commissions art at Santa Giustina, 1513 -- Moses and polytheism -- A Moses-idol -- Repetition compulsion -- Christ as idol -- The work of conversion -- Uncompromising logic -- Fire takes the form of bronze -- Recursions -- Religion on earth -- Soft iconoclasm -- Architecture as image -- Forms of iconophobia in Italy -- A semiotic contest -- Replacement and reversion -- Early interventions at Florence and Siena -- Figuration and fulfillment, and vice versa -- "All the other things are shadows" -- The tabernacle in the matrix -- "So long as it is not about saints" -- Raimondi's I modi in Giberti's Rome -- Pornography as iconoclasm -- Nonprocreative art -- A new model of church art at Verona cathedral -- The virgin becomes architecture -- Borromeo interprets Giberti -- The most abstract altarpiece of the Italian Renaissance -- The Vicenza altar and reform circles in northern Italy -- Adventures in aniconism -- The virtues of stones -- The world is an animal -- Displacement.