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eBook The Divided Heritage: Themes and Problems in German Modernism ePub

by Irit Rogoff

  • ISBN: 0521345537
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Irit Rogoff
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (April 26, 1991)
  • Pages: 406
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List of illustrations; General introduction Irit Rogoff; Part I. The Divided Heritage: 1. Introduction - against the cliche of constants beyond history Klaus Herding; 2. A historical continuity of disjunctures Walter Grasskamp; 3. Absent guests - art, truth and paradox in the art of the German Democratic Republic David Elliott; 4. Post-war debates - Wols and the German reception of Sartre Franz-Joachim Verspohl; 5.

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themes and problems in German modernism. Includes bibliographical references (p. 341-376) and index. Published 1991 by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York. At head of half title: Royal Academy Symposia volume.

The divided heritage. Themes and problems in german modernism. oceedings{Birmele1995TheDH, title {The divided heritage. Themes and problems in german modernism}, author {Jutta Birmele}, year {1995} }.

Within a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary discussion, The divided heritage considers twentieth-century German art in its social and political context. It focuses on the problems of German cultural production, rather than on a narrative of styles and movements, and it applies both social history and critical theory to an investigation of the visual arts. The collected essays are arranged in four heavily illustrated groups, each drawing attention to the cultural continuities and disjunctures of the period

Within a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary discussion, The Divided Heritage considers twentieth-century German art and culture in its social and political context.

Within a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary discussion, The Divided Heritage considers twentieth-century German art and culture in its social and political context.

Irit Rogoff ist Kunsthistorikerin und Professorin der Visuellen Kulturen am Department of Visual Cultures des . 1991 Herausgeberin: The Divided Heritage: Themes and Problems in German Modernism, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-34553-8

Irit Rogoff ist Kunsthistorikerin und Professorin der Visuellen Kulturen am Department of Visual Cultures des Goldsmith College in London. Sie leitet an hier auch das P. program. 1991 Herausgeberin: The Divided Heritage: Themes and Problems in German Modernism, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-34553-8. 1994 Herausgeberin mit Daniel J. Sherman: Museum Culture: Histories Discourses Spectacles, Minneapolis, Minnesota University Press, ISBN 978-0-8166-1953-5. 2000 Terra Infirma - Geography's Visual Culture, Abingdon and New York, Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-09615-7.

Books & Multimedia. Art, German - Germany (West) - 20th century. Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain).

Within a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary discussion, The Divided Heritage considers twentieth-century German art and culture in its social and political context. The collected essays are arranged in four heavily illustrated groups, each drawing attention to the cultural continuities and disjunctures of the period. The first set looks at the issue of cultural disruption, on a social, political and conceptual level; the second discusses the effect of representation of gender on the continuity of cultural history; the third highlights the variants within historical patterns of patronage and the final section considers the centrality of the city in German social and cultural theory and its place in the world of visual representation.