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from June 3 to June 5 2022

Art History Festival

Château de Fontainebleau

In 2022, and for the first time, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature is a partner of the Festival de l’histoire de l’art de Fontainebleau, around the theme “The Animal”. The contemporary era invites us to rethink, through a number of aspects and according to interdisciplinary approaches, the question of the place and condition of animals in the great history of the world. The history of art takes full part in this change and obliges scientists and spectators to rethink the place of the animal in art.

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In this context, the Museum of Hunting and Nature takes part in the Festival program in the form of a carte blanche and will offer:. a round table around the animal portrait and the way of thinking about figurative animals which will call to cross art history, anthropology, ethology and philosophy;. a “slippery conference” by the Compagnie du Singe Debout, “L’ours à bras le corps” with Pierre-Olivier Dittmar;. the presence of the Billebaude magazine at the Salon du livre et de la revue d'art organized by the Festival.Finally, several presentations at the symposium "Animal and portrait in the Renaissance, De bestiae dignitate", organized at the Museum of Hunting and Nature on May 16 and at the National Museum of the Renaissance – Château d'Écouen on May 17, are labeled FHA22.


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