Unruly Caricaturists of the Italian Baroque
Early modern caricature in Europe was said to have been invented in Italy in the late 1500s, cultivated by artists with an interest in disrupting the order of things. But what, exactly, was it that they had ‘invented’, and why was it considered important?
Join Greg Davies, Curator of the CBU Art Gallery, as he takes you on a journey to answer these and other questions relating to this curious chapter in the history of Italian Baroque art.
No registration required. All are welcome!