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Before the Museums Came

A Social History of The Fine Arts in the Twin Cities

Leo J. Harris

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Ning Gu and Mary Lou Maher

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Iarîna Saviţkaia-Baraghin


Runing the new century (XX) attests in Bessarabian art, the experience of several decades of professional artistic activity (the first Evening School of Drawing appears in Chisinau in 1887 and is due scholar Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg, Terinte Zubcu). Such short experience has not met any of the neighboring countries' national schools. In Bessarabia from the beginning of the twentieth century is established the main areas of professional art – painting- with remarkable portraits, landscapes, genre paintings; sculpture with respective genres; stampa as a kind of graphics. Marked by the period and by the influences of art schools, where Bessarabians have studied, it is clear that in painting and sculpture and graphics in the first round, have dominated peredvizhnik influences their color and monochrome theme. Guidelines of Bessarabian plastic artists in the development phase of modern art, is the decisive moment of establishment of the Bessarabian engraving as a kind of professional art, marked by tendencies that have appeared in European art and Russian at the limit of nineteenth and twentieth centuries, such as Expressionism in the works of Sneer Cogan, George Ceglocof and Art 1900 in the works of Theodor Kiriacoff, Elisabeth Ivanovsky or Moissey Kogan.

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Irena Kossowska

-1945. Exhibition catalogue, Hayward Gallery. London: Thames & Hudson Ltd. 1995, 334-337. Braun, Hermann. Fritz Klimsch Werke. Exhibition catalogue. Galerie Koch. Hannover: Galerie Koch 1980. Brenner, Hildegard. Die Kunstpolitik des Nationalsozialismus, Reinbek: Rowohlt Verlag, 1963. Ciechomski, Stanisław. “Wystawa wspołczesnych rzeźbiarzy niemieckich.” [Exhibition of Contemporary German Sculptures] Plastyka 4 (1938): 118-126. Czermiński, Adam. „Swastyka - dłuto - i kielnia. Wystawa wspołczesnej rzeźby niemieckiej w

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Tereza Juhászová

official narrative of Slovak history presented in cultural institutions changed in the years after the fall of the communist regime; I also concentrate on the extent to which these institutions deal with the controversial issues of the Slovak past. In brief, I focus on the exhibition Exchanged Homes (Vymenené domovy) ( Figures 1 – 3 ), which aims to commemorate the fates of Hungarians, Germans, and Slovaks affected by the population transfers. The exhibition explicitly states that its goal is to “build a memorial of this period”. Therefore, the theoretical part of this

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Patricia G. Berman

W orks cited Alphen, Ernst van. “Modernity as a Crisis of the Senses.” Modern Sensibilities Conference, 23–24 March 2017, Munch Museum, Oslo. Lecture. Bal, Mieke. “Ecstatic Aesthetics.” Compelling Visuality: The Work of Art in and Out of Art History. Ed. Claire J. Farago and Robert Zwijnenberg. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 2003. 1–30. Print. Bal, Mieke. Emma and Edvard Looking Sideways: Loneliness and the Cinematic. New Haven: Yale, 2017. Print. Bal, Mieke and Michelle Williams Gamaker. Madame B . Video Exhibition. Oslo: Munch

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Helena Heroldová

, Josef – Jisl, Lumír 1956 Neznámý Tibet . Catalogue of the Exhibition, Praha; Lopez, Donald S. Jr. 1999 Prisoners of Shangri-la: Tibetan Buddhism and the West . Chicago; Martin, Emma 2017 “Collecting Tibet: Dream and Realities“, in: Journal of Museum Ethnography 30, pp. 59–78; Roth, Klaus 2001 “Material culture and intercultural communication“, in: International Journal of Intercultural Relations 25, pp. 563–580; Schaeffer, Jean-Marie 2004 “Objets esthétiques?“, in: L‘Homme 170, pp. 25–45; Torgovnick, Marianna 1989 “Making

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Muzeum: Muzejní a vlastivedná práce

Museum: Museum and Regional Studies

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Lukáš Najbrt and Jana Kapounová

References ALEXANDER, Edward P a Mary ALEXANDER. Museums in motion: an introduction to the history and functions of museums. Edition 2. Lanham: AltaMira Press, c2008, xiii, 352 p. ISBN 07-591-0509-X. BENEŠ, Josef. Kulturně výchovná činnost muzeí: Text section, part 1. Praha: SPN, 1981. DEAN, David. Museum exhibition theory and practice. London: Routledge, 1994. ISBN 978-020-3039-366. GARDNER, Howard. Dimenze myšlení: Teorie rozmanitých inteligencí. Edition 1. Praha: Portál, 1999, 398 p. ISBN 80