Art in Jewish society
Jerzy Malinowski, Renata Piątkowska, Małgorzata Stolarska-Fronia, Tamara Sztyma
Wydawnictwo: Polski Instytut Studiów nad Sztuką Świata
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- Art in Jewish society
- Jerzy Malinowski, Renata Piątkowska, Małgorzata Stolarska-Fronia, Tamara Sztyma
- Polski Instytut Studiów nad Sztuką Świata
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There are also some interesting articles discussing the activities of Jewish art critics and historians (Tea Arciszewska, Otto Schneider) and patrons (the Margolin family who supported the artist Israel Lejzerowicza), who played an important role as intermediaries between the artists and society. A similar social role in the promotion of culture was played by Jewish museums and private collections, directly represented in this volume by three articles (the Jewish Museum in Prešov, the history of art collections in the Jewish museum of Vilnius [Wilno, Vilna], the Judaica collections of the National Museum in Kraków).
Table of contents: Jerzy Malinowski, Introduction; I. ARTISTIC IDEAS IN JEWISH SOCIETY: Renata Piątkowska, A shared space. Jewish students at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts (1923–1939); Aviv Livnat, Far Undzere Kinstler (For Our Artists) . Tea Arciszewska and the Jewish artists; Joanna Matyjasek, Functions of traditional Jewish paper-cutting in the past and their modern-day changes; Izabella Powalska, Samuel Hirszenberg and the Zionism; Artur Kamczycki, From Mentsh to Macho . Zionism, Gender and the gender; Eugeny Kotlyar, "If I forget Thee, Jerusalem." Eastern European synagogue decorations in the Zionist paradigm; Tamara Sztyma, Unrealised projects. Plans for Jewish monuments before 1939; II. SOCIETIES IN ARTISTS’ EYE: William Gilcher, The artist and the patron: Izrael Lejzerowicz and the Margolin/Spektor family in pre-war Lodz; Dominika Buchowska, Jewish themes in David Bomberg’s early works; Małgorzata Stępnik, The artist, the explorer, the initiate. Spiritual journeys of Maya Deren; Gail Levin, Theresa Berenstein (1890–2002): A Krakow-born Jewish Artist in America; Teresa Śmiechowska, Master and apprentice . The photographic work of Alter Kacyzne and Menachem Kipnis – influences, similarities, differences, and a life cut short; Irina Obuchowa-Zielińska, Henryk Stifelman, the Warsaw architect in the context of his time; III. SOCIAL ENCOUNTERS AND SEARCH FOR THE SELF: Małgorzata Stolarska-Fronia, Ludwig Meidner – a hyperbaroque expressionist; Monika Czekanowska-Gutman, Dialogue with Christian art: The Pietà in early 20th-century Jewish art; Irena Kossowska, In search for cultural identity: Bruno Schulz, Debora Vogel and Giorgio de Chirico; Ziva Amishai-Maisels, Chagall's Jewish identity; Sergey R. Kravtsov, Synagogue architecture of Volhynia: a search for identities; Haim Finkelstein, E. M. Lilien: Between Drohobych and Brunswick; Ina Khisamova, The role of Kazan Art School in a formation of a creative destiny of the sculptor Yankel Katz; Eleonora Jedlińska, The art of life and the art: Eugenia (Gina) Pinkus-Szwarc and Marek Szwarc; IV. WHEN JEWISH ART MEETS HISTORY; Vita Susak, “Laocoon: or the Limits” of pogroms representation in visual arts (first third of the 20th century); Batya Brutin, Lea Grundig: Duality between political and Jewish identity – 1933–1939; Karina Simonson, Historical memory in the work of South African Litvak photographers; Maya Balakirsky-Katz, Cartooning citizen collaboration: A 1949 Jewish war film in Moscow; V. DOCUMENTING AND REVISITING JEWISH TRADITION: Magdalena Kunińska, In search of the Jewish identity: Zofia Ameisenowa and research into Jewish iconography and its place in Polish art history discourse; Vilma Gradinskaite History of art collection in Vilnius Jewish Museums: from the Time of the Russian Empire to the Present; Jana Švantnerová, Prešov Jewish Museum. Communities and individual donors to its collection; Anna Lebet-Minakowska, Minister dream or ‘cold’ calculation? History of the Judaica Department of the National Museum in Krakow in the years 1935–1939; Ariane Handrock, Representing and constructing Jewish art: Alfred Grotte as an architect and author; Barry Dov Walfish, Otto Schneid and his Archive: A new digital resource for the study of modern Jewish art; REVIEWS: Dominika Buchowska, Jewish Art in London. Review of the exhibition: Out of Chaos, Ben Uri, 100 Years in London (2 July–3 December 2015), Somerset House, London; Regina Weinreich, Degenerate Art: Exile to Extinction.
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