Tag: CG Boerner


Piranesi and the anxiety of modernity

Contributed by Armin Kunz / Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720�1778) created innumerable views of ancient and modern (that is, Baroque) Rome that together formed his monumental print cycles �Antichit� Romane� and �Vedute di Roma.� They established his fame and lured generations of travelers to the Eternal City. Today, however, he is […]

Gallery shows

Curated by Richard Tuttle?? Yes.

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Pallazzola, Johann Christian Reinhart�s etching posted above, shows the view over Lago Albano toward the convent of Sta. Maria ad Nives di Palazzolo, and, in the distance, the Monto Cavo, the ancient site of a temple of Jupiter. Like all of Reinhardt’s beautiful etchings on […]