The historic gardens between truth and fiction


On Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd February the fifteenth edition of the International Landscape Study Days organized by the Fondazione Benetton Studi e Ricerche will take place in Treviso. The theme for 2019 is "Historical Gardens. Truth and fiction ": readings, returns, critical interpretations of historical models will be proposed in the landscape of the 20th and 21st centuries.
They explain from the foundation: "The theme chosen for the study days intends to underline the importance of keeping alive the research and discussion around the 'historical garden', so that it continues to exercise a germinal and proactive role with respect to the debate on the contemporary landscape, the orientation of the courses of study of every level in this field, to the places in which one has the responsibility to intervene in contexts in which this historical legacy manifests itself both in extension and in depth ".
Here is the program:
Thursday 21 February
The play of reproductions. Authenticity, use and migration of historical models and documents, copies
Vincenzo Cazzato, Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto, Finola O 'Kane Crimmins, Beate Reuber, Filippo Pizzoni, Bianca Maria Rinaldi, Josè Tito Rojo
Transformations of the garden and the landscape in the cinema: from the place to the location to the set, Marta Maffucci
Friday 22 February
Critical reading exercises. Examples from the twentieth century and from the current panorama
Christian Bertram, Paolo Bürgi, Stéphanie de Courtois, Anette Freytag, Luigi Gallo, Anna Lambertini, Annemarie Lund, Monique Mosser, Giuseppe Rallo
Urban meadows. The collective lawns in the landscape of the cities, Hervé Brunon presents the book edited by Franco Panzini (Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche-Antiga, Treviso 2018)
participate in the days
Christian Bertram, Universiteit Van Amsterdam, Department of Art History / Department of Art History (NL)
Hervé Brunon, CNRS, Center André Chastel, Paris (FR)
Paolo Bürgi, landscape architect, Studio Bürgi, Camorino (CH)
Vincenzo Cazzato, University of Salento, Department of Cultural Heritage, Lecce
Stéphanie de Courtois, Ecole nationale supérieure d'architecture de Versailles, équipe de recherché AM: HAUS - Actualité des modernismes - histoire, architecture, urbanisme, sociétés (FR)
Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto, National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington (USA)
Anette Freytag, Rutgers University, Department of Landscape Architecture, New Brunswick, NJ (USA)
Luigi Gallo, University of Basilicata, Department of European and Mediterranean Cultures, Matera
Annemarie Lund, Chief Editor «Landskab», København (DK)
Marta Maffucci, set designer, Rome
Finola O'Kane Crimmins, University College, School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy, Dublin (IE)
Filippo Pizzoni, landscape architect, aMAZING_sTUDIO, Milan
Giuseppe Rallo, Superintendence for BB.AA.PP. of the provinces of Ve-Bl-Pd-Tv, Venice
Beate Reuber, Grün Berlin - "Gärten der Welt" (DE)
Bianca Maria Rinaldi, Polytechnic of Turin, Inter-University Department of Sciences, Project and Territory Policies
opening days, coordination of sessions,
Anna Lambertini, University of Florence, Department of Architecture; Luigi Latini, Iuav University, Project Culture Department, Venice; Monique Mosser, Écolenationale supérieured'architecture deVersailles, Center André Chastel, Paris (Honoraria); José Tito Rojo, University of Granada; Marco Tamaro, director of the Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche; Simonetta Zanon, Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche, landscape projects.

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