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The Roman forum book

FORMAT: PDF EPUB MOBI
DATA DI RILASCIO: 16/07/2019
DIMENSIONI PER FILE: 5,31
ISBN: 9788891824202
LINGUAGGIO: italiano
AUTORE: Nunzio Giustozzi
PREZZO: GRATIS

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Il volume affronta, sotto molteplici aspetti, la storia post-antica del Foro Romano e dei Fori Imperiali e la straordinaria fortuna della loro immagine, vera icona della romanità. Attraverso brevi testi introduttivi, un ricchissimo (e in parte inedito) corredo iconografico commentato e una ricercata antologia di testi critici e letterari, il lettore è guidato attraverso suggestivi itinerari alla scoperta delle trasformazioni del Foro di Roma nei secoli fino al suo imporsi, attraverso le arti visive e i riusi simbolici e ideologici, nell'immaginario collettivo. Si va così dalla cristianizzazione del Foro con le sue chiese medioevali e barocche allo stato di piranesiano abbandono del Campo Vaccino, dai primi scavi cantati nei sonetti del Belli ai restauri esemplari, fino alle demolizioni che hanno restituito a templi e monumenti fisionomie forse mai esistite ma divenute ben presto scenario inconfondibile delle vedute del Grand Tour. Infine, set fotografici e cinematografici senza eguali e luogo privilegiato dell'arte contemporanea e della pubblicità. Un viaggio per immagini che ci conduce alla scoperta di uno dei siti più iconici del mondo.

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