Reinterpreting the past : traditionalist artistic trends in Central and Eastern Europe of the 1920s and 1930s

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Proceedings of an international conference organized by the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw) and the Institute of Art History of the Jagiellonian University (Cracow), Warsaw-Cracow, 21-23 September, 2006


Introduction: Reframing Tradition — Art in Central and Eastern Europe between the Two World Wars, by Irena Kossowska 7

I. European Cross-Currents

Emily Frances Braun, The Modernity of Tradition: The Fine Arts in Fascist Italy 1919-1929   35
Olaf Peters, New Objectivity Painting and the Weimar Republic's Modernity Crisis   47
Anna Wierzbicka, Appels d'Italie: Waldemar George's Texts on Art Dating from the Early Nineteen-Thirties   65

II. Traditionalist Paradigms

Stella Pelge, Ethnography, Neo-Classicism and International Context: Latvian Traditionalist Thinking on the Art of the 1930s . 89
Giedre Jankevieiate, From Paris to Kaunas: Neo-Traditionalism in Lithuanian Art of the 1930s   105
Ivanka Reberski, The Traditional and the New in the Realisms of Croatian Painting in the 1920s and 1930s   121

III. Classicising Sensitivities

Anna Pravdovci, Otakar Kubin and the Tendencies Towards Classicism in Czech Art of the 1920s and 1930s  141
Vita Susak, The Classical Tradition in the Ukrainian Art of the 1920s-1930s   155
Katarzyna Nowakowska-Sito, Polonia-Italia: Artistic Relations and the Reception of Contemporary Italian Art in Poland 1918-1939. . 169

IV. Ideological Involvement, Sociopolitical Commitments

Agnieszka Chmielewska, Realism as a Solution to the Problems of Modernity  193
Irena Kossowska, Evoking the Greatness of Poland: Propaganda Art in Warsaw of the 1930s  203
Jolita Mulevieirite, The Programme of the Journal Naujoji Romuva and its Impact upon Lithuanian Art  231

V. National Idiosyncrasies

Erwin Kessler, Shaping the Hero: Nationally Specific Art in Inter-War Romania   247
Eduards Klaving, Between Engaged Public Monuments and Intimate Formalism: Latvian Neo-Realism in the 1920s and 1930s   267
Andrzej Szczerski, Photography and Traditionalism: Jan Bulhak and the School of Polish Homeland Photography (Polska Fotografia Ojczysta)   279

VI. Propagandist Goals, Monumental Framings

Urszula Kozakowska-Zaucha, Parliamentarian Problems: Competition for Paintings to Decorate the Polish Parliament in Warsaw  299
Dariusz Konstantynow, The Decoration of the Main Railway Station in Warsaw: On the Relationships between Architecture, Painting and Sculpture in Polish Art in the 1930s   309

VII. The Rhetorical Power of Architecture

Mickel Wigniewski, The Role of Monument Preservation in the Emergence of the Cracow School in the Polish Inter-War Architecture  329
Filip Burno, 'Are We Not Able to Create a New Monumentalism?' Polish Sacral Architecture c. 1929-1939  343

Contributors  357

Dane techniczne

Autor ed. Irena Kossowska
Wydanie 2010
Liczba stron 364
Okładka miękka
Format B5

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