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Title GLOBALIZING EAST EUROPEAN ART HISTORIES : past and present
Published [Place of publication not identified] : ROUTLEDGE, 2018

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Series Routledge research in art history
Routledge research in art history.
Contents 880-01 Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction-Globalizing East European Art Histories: The Legacy of Piotr Piotrowski and a Conference; Part I Challenging the National Container: From the Transnational to the Planetary; 1 Uprooting Origins: Polish-Lithuanian Art and the Challenge of Pluralism; 2 Managing Trans/Nationality: Cultural Actors within Imperial Structures; 3 From Fringe Interest to Hegemony: The Emergence of the Soros Network in Eastern Europe; 4 Toward a Planetary History of East European Art
880-01/(Q chapter IntroductionGlobalizing East European Art Histories: The Legacy of Piotr Piotrowski and a Conference / BEAT́A HOCK -- part Part I Challenging the National Container: From the Transnational to the Planetary -- chapter 1 Uprooting Origins: PolishLithuanian Art and the Challenge of Pluralism / TOMASZ GRUSIECKI -- chapter 2 Managing Trans/Nationality: Cultural Actors within Imperial Structures / BEAT́A HOCK -- chapter 3 From Fringe Interest to Hegemony: The Emergence of the Soros Network in Eastern Europe / KRISTOF́ NAGY -- chapter 4 Toward a Planetary History of East European Art / MAJA FOWKES -- part Part II Hybridity: Identities and Forms -- chapter 5 ReƠ̐єections on the Politics of Portraiture in Early Modern Poland / CAROLYN C. GUILE -- chapter 6 Eastern Europeanizing Globalization: Polish Artists at the Venice Art Biennale and the Historical Microcosms of Globalization / JOR̈G SCHELLER -- chapter 7 Modernism on the Margins: Breslau's Architectural Future Between High-rise Utopia and Down-to-Earth Realism / SARAH M. SCHLACHETZKI -- part PART III Global Communities and the TrafƠ̐ѓc in Ideas -- chapter 8 The Circulation of Feminist Ideas in Communist Poland / AGATA JAKUBOWSKA -- chapter 9 "Our Imaginings Unite with Reality": Ideological Encounters in Milan Kniźǎḱ's Ten Lessons / ANU ALLAS -- chapter 10 Transculturation, Cultural Transfer, and the Colonial Matrix of Power on the Cold War Margins: East European Art Seen from Latin America / KATARZYNA CYTLAK -- part Part IV Contemporary Art Praxis and the Production of Discourses -- chapter 11 Undoing the East: Toward the World's (Semi- )Peripheries / JOANNA SOKOŁOWSKA -- chapter 12 Performance Art in the Global Flow of Cultural Goods: Some Eastern European Positions -- chapter 13 Artistic Responses to LGBTQI Gaps in Archives: From World War II Asian America to Postwar Soviet Estonia / ALPESH KANTILAL PATEL
Part II Hybridity: Identities and Forms5 Reflections on the Politics of Portraiture in Early Modern Poland; 6 Eastern Europeanizing Globalization: Polish Artists at the Venice Art Biennale and the Historical Microcosms of Globalization; 7 Modernism on the Margins: Breslau's Architectural Future Between High-rise Utopia and Down-to-Earth Realism; Part III Global Communities and the Traffic in Ideas; 8 The Circulation of Feminist Ideas in Communist Poland; 9 "Our Imaginings Unite with Reality": Ideological Encounters in Milan Knížák's Ten Lessons
10 Transculturation, Cultural Transfer, and the Colonial Matrix of Power on the Cold War Margins: East European Art Seen from Latin AmericaPart IV Contemporary Art Praxis and the Production of Discourses; 11 Undoing the East: Toward the World's (Semi- )Peripheries; 12 Performance Art in the Global Flow of Cultural Goods: Some Eastern European Positions; 13 Artistic Responses to LGBTQI Gaps in Archives: From World War II Asian America to Postwar Soviet Estonia; Index
Summary This edited collection reassesses East-Central European art by offering transnational perspectives on its regional or national histories, while also inserting the region into contemporary discussions of global issues. Both in popular imagination and, to some degree, scholarly literature, East-Central Europe is persistently imagined as a hermetically isolated cultural landscape. This book restores the diverse ways in which East-Central European art has always been entangled with actors and institutions in the wider world
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Art -- History.
Art, Regional.
Art and society.
Feminism and art -- History
Socialism.
Cold War.
Social history.
Civilization -- History.
Gender identity -- Study and teaching
History, Modern -- 18th century.
History, Modern -- 19th century.
History, Modern -- 20th century.
art history.
social history.
ART -- Performance.
ART -- Reference.
Gender identity -- Study and teaching
Art
Art and society
Art, Regional
Civilization
Feminism and art
History, Modern
Politics and government
Social history
Socialism
Education
SUBJECT Asia, Central -- Study and teaching
Russia (Federation) -- Study and teaching. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh94005662
Europe, Eastern -- Study and teaching
Europe, Eastern -- Politics and government. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85045775
Russia (Federation) -- Politics and government. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh88002518
Soviet Union -- Politics and government. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85125832
Europe -- Study and teaching. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85045764
Europe -- History. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85045687
Russia -- Study and teaching. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh94005661
Subject Russia
Central Asia
Europe
Eastern Europe
Russia (Federation)
Soviet Union
Genre/Form History
Form Electronic book
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