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Budapest, New York : Central European University Press, 2016
1 online resource (532 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations
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ISBN 9789633860847 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9789633860830
Leipzig Studies on the History and Culture of East-Central Europe
Print version: Art beyond borders : artistic exchange in communist Europe (1945-1989). Budapest, New York : Central European University Press, c2016 xii, 519 pages Leipzig studies on the history and culture of East-Central Europe. ISBN 9789633860830
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Making Critical Art History in a Time of Academic Conformism. // Piotr Piotrowski (1952-2015)... xi // 1. Introduction: Geography of Internationalism... 1 // Jérôme Bazin, Pascal Dubourg Glatigny, and Piotr Piotrowski // PART I • MOVING PEOPLE // 2. The Moscow Underground Art Scene in an International // Perspective... 31 // Lola Kantor’Kazovsky // 3. The British Art Critic and the Russian Sculptor: The Making of John Berger’s Art and Revolution... ... 45 // Kai Artinger // 4. Pop Art in the GDR: Willy WolfFs Dialogue with the West... 57 // Sigrid Hofer // 5. Twinkling Networks, Invisible Ties: On the Unofficial // Contacts of Byelorussian Artists in the 1980s... 71 // Aliona Gloukhova // 6. Chocolate, Pop and Socialism: Peter Ludwig and the GDR... 81 // Boris Pof alia // 7. Gabriele Mucchi s Career Paths in Italy, Czechoslovakia and the GDR... 91 // Fabio Guidali // 8. The Murals by Spanish Exile Josep Renau in Halle-Neustadt, a Socialist Town Built for Chemical Workers in the GDR 101 // Anja Jackes // Women Artists’ Trajectories and Networks within the Hungarian Underground Art Scene and Beyond // Beata Hock // Heightened Alert: The Underground Art Scene in the Sights of the Secret Police—Surveillance Files as a Resource for Research into Artists’ Activities in the Underground of the 1960s and 1970s // Kata Krasznahorkai // PART II • MOVING OBJECTS // u. Remapping Socialist Realism: Renato Guttuso in Poland 139 // Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius // i z. Picasso behind the Iron Curtain: From the History of // the Postwar Reception of Pablo Picasso in East-Central Europe 151 Piotr Bernatowicz // 13. On Propagarde: The Late Period of the Romanian // Artist M. H. Maxy 165 // Erwin Kessler // 14. Realism and Internationalism: On Neuererdiskussion by Willi Neubert (1969) 179 // Jérôme Bazin // 13. Socialist Realism in Greece (1944-67) 191 // Costas Baroutas //
16. Constructive-Concrete Art in the GDR, Poland, and Hungary 101 Doris Hartmann // 17. Nationalizing Modernism: Exhibitions of Hungarian and Czechoslovakian Avant-garde in Warsaw 109 // Piotr Piotrowski // 18. Avant-garde Construction: Leonhard Lapin and His Concept // of Objective Art 115 // Mari Laanemets // 19. Fluxus in Prague: The of 1966 241 // Petra Stegmann // 2.0. International Contact with Mail Art in the Spirit of Peaceful // Coexistence: Birger Jesch’s Mail Art Project (1980-81) 255 // Stefanie Schwabe // PART III • GATHERING PEOPLE // II. (Socialist) Realism Unbound: The Effects of International Encounters on Soviet Art Practice and Discourse in the // Khrushchev Ihaw... 167 // Susan E. Reid // . “Friendly Atmospheres” - The Union Internationale des // Architectes between East and West in the 1950S... 2.97 // Alexandra Köhring // 13. Zagreb as the Location of the “New Tendencies” International // Art Movement (1961-73)... 311 // Ljilana Kolesnik // 24. The Graphic Arts Biennials in the 1930s and 1960s: The Slim “Cut” in the Iron Curtain—The Bulgarian Case... 323 // Irina Genova // 25. The Biennale der Ostseeländer: The GDR’s Main // International Arts Exhibition ... 335 // Elke Neumann // 26. Czechoslovakia at the Venice Biennale in the 1950s... 345 // Veronika Wolf // 27. “Biennale of Dissent” (1977): Nonconformist Art from // the USSR in Venice... 357 // Jan May // 28. Correcting the Czech(oslovakian) Error: The Cooperation of Hungarian and Czechoslovakian Artists in the Face of // the Warsaw Pact Invasion of Czechoslovakia ... 369 // Magdalena Radomska // 29. Crossing the Border: The Foksal Gallery from Warsaw in // Lausanne/Paris (1970) and Edinburgh (1972 and 1979)... 381 // Thomas Skowronek //
30. To Each Their Own Reality: The Art of the FRG and the GDR at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1981... 393 // Mathilde Arnoux // PART IV • DEFINING EUROPE // 31. Moscow-Paris-Havana-Mexico, 1945-60... 405 // Serge Fauchereau // 32. A Dying Colonialism, a Dying Orientalism: Algeria, 1952... 423 // Sarah Wilson // 33. Global Socialist Realism: The Representation // of Non-European Cultures in Polish Art of the 1950s... 439 // Andrzej Szczerski // 34. The Influence or Käthe Kollwitz on Chinese Creation: // Between Expressionism and Revolutionary Realism... 453 // Estelle Bories // 35. The Eastern Connection: Depictions of Soviet Central Asia... 461 // Aliya Abykayeva-Tiesenhausen // 36. The Visualization of the Third Way in Tito’s Yugoslavia... 473 // Tanja Zimmermann // Name Index... 485 // Contributors 495
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