Mobilidades, conexões, novos contornos. A circulação de artefatos em marfim nos séculos X - XIII

Autores

  • Flavia Galli Tatsch Departamento de História da Arte, Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas/EFLCH, Universidade Federal de São Paulo/UNIFESP

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2316-9141.rh.2020.161141

Palavras-chave:

arte medieval global, artefatos em marfim, séculos X - XIII, circulação, portabilidade

Resumo

A crise das narrativas tradicionais (centradas em noções de autoria, estilo, escolas, periodização; nas hierarquias centro/periferia, artes maiores/artes menores; e na tríade Ocidente/Bizâncio/Islã) abriu novas perspectivas para os estudos da arte medieval. Entre elas, a “virada global” (global turn) que permite pensar as conexões, interdependências, trocas e mobilidades. O objetivo deste artigo é o de analisar como artefatos em marfim contribuíram para a constituição de uma cultura visual comum no Mediterrâneo entre os séculos X-XIII.

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2020-09-09

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Dossiê: Uma História Global antes da Globalização?