Sweet is the light

Art, Architecture, Theology

by Lydia Salviucci Insolera and Andrea Dall'Asta SJ
Artemide editions, 2019

Light, concrete and intangible, allows us to see reality in its singularity, creating relationships, giving depth to volumes, but it is also at the origin of the experience of the divine that illuminates and transfigures human history. In an interdisciplinary path between art/architecture, philosophy/science, theology/liturgy, the book, which comes from a meeting held at the Pontifical Gregorian University, focuses on some challenges of great topicality for contemporary man.

 

Essays by: Andrea Dall'Asta; Gabriele Gionti; Roberto Diodato; Jean-Pierre Sonnet; Giuseppe Midili; Maria Giovanna Muzj; Agostino De Rosa; Beatriz Laguillo Gutiérrez; Giuseppe Lanci; Lydia Salviucci Insolera; Marcello Fagiolo; César A. Suarez Cajamarca; Franco Purini.

Event date Oct 23, 2019
Hours: 17:00
Event organizer: Faculty of History and Cultural Heritage of the Church
Event Category: Nessuna Categoria presente!
Room: C009
Venue:

Pontifical Gregorian University
Piazza della Pilotta, 4
I-00187 Roma

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For further information:
Facoltà di Storia e Beni Culturali della Chiesa
Phone: +39 06 6701 5107
Email: storiaebeni@unigre.it

Greeting

Rev.P. Marek Inglot S.J.
Dean of the Faculty of History and Cultural Heritage of the Church
Pontifical Gregorian University

Speakers

Doctor Marcella Cossu
National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome

Prof. Alessandro Tomei
University “G. D’Annunzio”, Chieti-Pescara

Moderator

Doct. Ottavio Bucarelli
Pro-Director of the Department of Cultural Heritage of the Church
Pontifical Gregorian University