Public lectures and conferences

Some of my public lectures and papers around New Zealand and Australia

The Mackelvie Collection – some Italian paintings with a special focus on the Venetian school presented at the Auckland Art Gallery (NZ) on Thursday 16 August 2007

Problem of attribution – special focus the ‘Lamentation of Christ’ by Anonymous presented at the Auckland Art Gallery (NZ) on Thursday 23 August 2007

The international collection – Caravaggio’s influence presented at the Auckland Art Gallery (NZ) on Thursday 30 August 2007

Canova and Piranesi in the context of the exhibition Passion and Politics: two centuries of British art presented at the Auckland Art Gallery (NZ) on Sunday 9 September 2007

An Italian overview of the Gallery’s Historical Collection presented at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery (NZ) on Sunday 7 October 2007

Religion and Portraiture in the 17th Century presented at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (Australia) on Wednesday 18 March 2009

The Roman Baroque presented at the University of Auckland (NZ) on Thursday 23 April 2009 in conjunction with the XI Italian Culture Week (18 April-26 April 2009)

Leonardo da Vinci and his influence presented at the Waikato Museum, Hamilton (NZ) on Saturday 2 May 2009 

Mythology and Religion during the Baroque at the Christchurch Art Gallery (NZ) on Wednesday 17 June 2009

Casa Italia: a place for Italians in New Farm, a paper presented at the Dante Alighieri Society of Brisbane (Australia) during the '150th years of Italians in Queensland Symposium' on Saturday 17 October 2009 

La maestria di Caravaggio presented at the Dante Alighieri Society of Brisbane (Australia) on Friday 16 April 2010 in conjunction with the XII Italian Week Culture (16 April-25 April 2010) 

The battle of the Giants: Tintoretto vs Titian presented at the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) in Brisbane (Australia) on Wednesday 2 June 2010 during the Italian Week (26 May-2 June 2010)

The fleeing Caravaggio, a paper presented on Friday 4 February 2011 at the University of Otago (NZ) during the ANZAMEMS 2011 Eight Biennial International Conference (2 February-5 February 2011)

o The case of Pietro da Cortona: True or False in The Johnston Collection, presented at The Johnston Collection on Friday 20 May 2011.

o Creating an Identity: Italian artworks in the National Gallery of Victoria, a paper presented on Thursday 14 July at the University of Melbourne during the ACIS Sixth Biennal Conference - Italian Studies - New Directions (13 July - 16 July 2011)

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