This is an afternoon conference on the artistic exchange that occurred in the Mediterranean in the Late Medieval and Renaissance periods.
The Siculo-Byzantinesque ‘Virgin of St Luke’ at Mdina Cathedral, Malta
The thirteenth-century Coronation of the Virgin in the context of Mediterranean artistic interaction
The Central Mediterranean dimension of Maltese Medieval cave-churches and their artistic relevance
Dynamics of Cultural and Artistic Exchange in Hospitaller Rhodes (1310-1522)
The Madonna del Soccorso triptych at the Mdina Cathedral Museum: attribution and new considerations
Venice, Cyprus and Venus