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Dear Friends and Readers, The Deutscher Kunstverlag has been an imprint of De Gruyter since 2018. In recent years the Deutscher Kunstverlag and the art history team of De Gruyter have worked intensively and in close cooperation on elaborating the program. The mutual enrichment plays an important part in this — both in the further development of our publication formats ranging from open access to high-quality catalogues, as well as on the level of content-related topics. Despite the different traditions of the two publishing houses, which we will continue to preserve and cultivate in the future, we have taken the interweaving of our programs as an opportunity for a new feature: for the first time in this preview, no distinction is made between the publications of our respective publishing houses. Instead, we wish to offer you a range of fascinating new books on collections and collectors, on the classical genres of painting, drawing, sculpture, architecture, glass art, photography, and on global topics and much more all structured by content in a publisher-independent manner. Wishing you many exciting discoveries while browsing through our fall program! Katja Richter Editorial Director


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The Collector Curt Glaser. From Champion of Modernism to Refugee

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Kunstsammler in Wien. Biografische Profile zwischen Statuskonkurrenz, Kunstmarkt und Kennerschaft Tanz auf dem Vulkan. Leben und Glauben im Schatten des Vesuv

Kunst und Profit. Museen und der französische Kunstmarkt im Zweiten Weltkrieg Kunst, Konflikt, Kollaboration. Hildebrand Gurlitt und die Moderne Kunst und Leben 1918 bis 1955

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Becoming CoBrA. The Origins of a European Art Movement

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Das Stundenbuch der Herzogin Philippa von Geldern. Jean Coene IV. und die Buchmalerei in Paris um 1500 Goldgrund und Perspektive. Fra Angelico im Glanz des Quattrocento The Crucifixion of Saint Peter by Rubens

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Körperbilder der Macht in Europa: 1300–1800. Beiträge zu einer Ikonographie des Politischen in Aktion Signaturen. Auktoriale Präsenz in Schrift und Bild 1400–1700 Das subversive Bild. Festschrift für Jürgen Müller

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Unsichtbare Malerei. Reflexion und Sentimentalität in Bildern der Düsseldorfer Malerschule Reframing Friederich Nerly. Landschaftsmaler, Reisender, Verkaufstalent

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Portrait à la mode. Weibliche Figuren der École de Paris zwischen Belle Époque und Années folles Lotte Laserstein. Meine einzige Wirklichkeit Hanna Nagel

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Watteau – kolonial. Herrschaft, Handel und Galanterie im Frankreich der Régence

Franz Lenk. Der entwirklichte Blick

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Marginale Zeichentechniken – Pause, Abklatsch, Cut&Paste als ästhetische Strategien in der Vormoderne

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See the world like a human being. Utopian dystopias and dystopian utopias – drawings and short stories about the future 29 Future Bodies from a Recent Past. Sculpture, Technology, and the Body since the 1950s

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An Anarchitectural Body of Work. Suzanne Harris and the Downtown New York Artists’ Community in the 1970s 32 Vom Konsum des Begehrens. Appropriation Art, Sex Wars und ein postmoderner Bilderstreit Energetic Bodies. Sciences and Aesthetics of Strength and Strain Contemporary Art in the Humboldt Forum Naga Land. Voices from Northeast India

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Against the Current. The Omaha. Francis La Flesche and His Collection

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Ancestors, Goddesses, and Heroes: Sculptures from Asia, Africa, and Europe

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Hans Scharoun – Architektur auf Papier. Visionen aus vier Jahrzehnten (1909-1945) Mittelalterbilder der Moderne. Kirchen zwischen Steinsichtigkeit und Farbe

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Les Français et la Renaissance. Idées et représentations de l’architecture, 1760–1880

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Die Suche nach einem angemessenen Bild der Geschichte. Re-Inszenierung und Rekonstruktion der Antike in Schrift, Form und Farbe von J. J. Winckelmann bis heute 41 werkbund – bauhaus – ulm school of design. Milestones of Industrial Design in Germany

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Chinese Modern. Episodes Backwards and Forwards in Time

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Das Besucherzentrum Welterbe Regensburg. Vermittlungsstrategien einer UNESCO-Welterbestadt Architect of Letters. Reading Hilberseimer

Linke Waffe Kunst. Die Kommunistische Studentenfraktion am Bauhaus Denise Scott Brown in Other Eyes. Portraits of an Architect

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Gartengebäude Charlottenburg. Belvedere, Mausoleum und Neuer Pavillon Schloss Bertholdsburg in Schleusingen Glasgalaxien. Über Avantgarde

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Silvia Gertsch. Licht und Gegenlicht / Lumière et contre-jour Thilo Westermann et l’art de dessiner sous verre Fotografien. Erkennen – Bewahren – Ausstellen KOSCHIES – SURFACES

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Amerikanische Kunst 1760-2000. Eine kommentierte Quellenanthologie A General History of Chinese Art

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1570–1670. Von der Renaissance zum Barock. Handbuch zur Geschichte der Kunst in Ostmitteleuropa Can Art History be Made Global? Meditations from the Periphery

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Possession and Dispossession. Performing Jewish Ethnography in Jerusalem Dekoloniale Kunstgeschichte. Eine Methodische Einführung Museale Reste

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Forces of Nature. Dynamism and Agency in German Romanticism International Yearbook of Futurism Studies

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How Art Works. Of Questions and Answers

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Messer und Erntegeräte. Erkennen. Bestimmen. Beschreiben.

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Wenn der Wind weht. Luft, Wind und Atem in der zeitgenössischen Kunst / When the Wind Blows. Air, Wind, and Breath in Contemporary Art 65 Barbara Holub – Stiller Aktivismus / Silent Activism

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Friedl Dicker-Brandeis. Works from the Collection of the University of Applied Arts Vienna EDU:TRANSVERSAL No. 01/2022. Educational Turn / Bildungsoffensive Für eine neue Agenda der Kulturpolitik

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Fake Hybrid Sites Palimpsest. Essays on Leakages Drachenkuss – im Glanz des Goldes Eine Geschichte

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Doppelte Artikulation. Schriften zur neueren Kunst II Exorzismus und Psychoanalyse BACKLIST Selected titles

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Josef Helfenstein, Anita Haldemann, (Eds.)

Der Sammler Curt Glaser / The Collector Curt Glaser Vom Verfechter der Moderne zum Verfolgten / From Champion of Modernism to Refugee Pages Ills. Format

280 144 color 26.0 × 21.0 cm

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978-3-422-98879-8 En/Ger € 42.00 $ 48.99 £ 36.50

ENGLISH/GERMAN NOVEMBER 2022 DEUTSCHER KUNSTVERLAG

Contribution to current debates surrounding art collections during the National Socialist period and their whereabouts today Exhibition Kunstmuseum Basel, New Building October 22, 2022 to February 12, 2023

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The important, nearly forgotten German-Jewish museum expert and art collector Curt Glaser (1879–1943) was forced to emigrate by the National Socialists and sold the majority of his art holdings in Berlin in 1933. Through the whereabouts of works once owned by him, the Kunstmuseum Basel reached an agreement with Glaser’s heirs that is recognized internationally as “best

practice,” and in connection with this is honoring Glaser’s work in an exhibition. The catalogue provides richly illustrated insights into Glaser’s fascinating collection, with works by Edvard Munch, Max Beckmann, and Henri Matisse. Essays link new research on this advocate of modernism and his collecting of modern art and embed his fate in current questions connect-

ed with formerly Jewish art holdings in public museums. With contributions by Joachim Brand, Anita Haldemann, Max Koss, Judith Rauser, Lynn Rother, Andreas Schalhorn, Noemi Scherrer, Joachim Sieber, Jennifer Tonkovich, Felix Uhlmannn


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Sebastian Schütze (Ed.)

Kunstsammler in Wien

Biografische Profile zwischen Statuskonkurrenz, Kunstmarkt und Kennerschaft Special volume of the series Sammler, Sammlungen, Sammlungskulturen in Wien und Mitteleuropa Pages Ills. Format

512 45 b/w, 265 color 28.0 × 21.0 cm

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978-3-422-98972-6 Ger

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978-3-422-80006-9 Ger

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GERMAN SEPTEMBER 2022 DE GRUYTER/DEUTSCHER KUNSTVERLAG

From Ferdinand Bonaventura I von Harrach to Albert von Sachsen-Teschen and Ignaz Ephrussi to Adele Bloch-Bauer – 49 portraits of collections that shaped Viennese art life

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Vienna is one of the biggest art and culture metropolises in Europe. In addition to the imperial collections, numerous important collections emerged here, in particular starting in the seventeenth century and into the modern era. The biographies brought together here deal not only with viceroys, ministers of state and ambassadors, merchants, businessmen and bankers,

but also with composers, painters, art dealers, and art historians. The focus is on collectors who are less well known today, who are documented in detail for the first time here based on contemporary sources. Among the central questions are the collectors’ motivations and acquisition strategies, as well as the preservation and presentation of the objects. Together, the biogra-

phies make an important contribution to a differentiated history of the culture of collecting, and simultaneously position Vienna in an overall European context. Sebastian Schütze, University of Vienna


Diözesanmuseum Freising (Ed.)

Tanz auf dem Vulkan

Leben und Glauben im Schatten des Vesuv Pages Ills. Format

256 200 color 27.0 × 20.0 cm

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978-3-422-98854-5 Ger

€ 38.00 $ 43.99 £ 33.00

GERMAN OCTOBER 2022 DEUTSCHER KUNSTVERLAG

The Tesoro di San Gennaro from Naples, for the first time in Germany The history of Vesuvius in art and cultural history Fascinating works of painting, sculpture, and craft

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Exhibition Diözesanmuseum Freising October 1, 2022 to January 29, 2023

The eruption of Vesuvius in the year AD 79 signified a collective trauma; it revealed the fragility of the civilized world. Contemporaries explained the catastrophe from the perspective of the natural sciences, mythology or from the viewpoint of religion. With the eruptions since the 17th century, a unique culture of piety developed in Naples, while, the natural science

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conducted as of the 18th century led to the erection of the first Vesuvius Observatory in the world. The people of Naples today find themselves in a field of tension between religion and science due to the ongoing threat. This volume is dedicated to the search for explanations, meaning, and hope — despite the uncontrollable threat — based on the example of nu-

merous works of painting, sculpture, and craft. With contributions by Christoph Kürzeder, Steffen Mensch, Dieter Richter, Carlo Knight, Erri De Luca


Elisabeth Furtwängler, Mattes Lammert (Eds.)

Kunst und Profit

Museen und der französische Kunstmarkt im Zweiten Weltkrieg Pages Ills. Format

256 84 b/w 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-11-073760-8 Ger/Fr

€ 39.95 $ 45.99 £ 36.50

GERMAN/FRENCH SEPTEMBER 2022 DE GRUYTER

Museums as protagonists in the art trade — a hitherto overlooked chapter in the history of the occupation of France With a preface by Bénédicte Savoy and Gilbert Lupfer

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Not only Adolf Hitler and Hermann Göring utilized the occupation of France during the Second World War to procure artworks for their collections — German museums also made acquisitions at the time. The advantageous foreign exchange rate and the large range of artworks, for instance, from seized Jewish property, afforded favorable opportunities. French mu-

seums like the Louvre also expanded their holdings during this time. Many purchases by German museums were restituted to France in the postwar period, while some have remained in the collections until today and are first now becoming a focus of research. The essays in the volume from German and French perspectives analyze the similarities and differences in the ac-

tivities of museums on the French art market during the occupation for the first time. Elisabeth Furtwängler, Mattes Lammert, Technical University of Berlin

Also of interest Thomas W. Gaehtgens and Christian Huemer (Eds.)

Johan Holten, Kunsthalle Mannheim (Eds.)

Markt und Macht Der Kunsthandel im „Dritten Reich“

(Wieder-)Entdecken Die Kunsthalle Mannheim 1933 bis 1945 und die Folgen

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120 68 28,0 × 20,5 cm

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Nicola Doll, Uwe Fleckner, Gesa Jeuthe Vietzen (Eds.)

Kunst, Konflikt, Kollaboration

Hildebrand Gurlitt und die Moderne Schriftenreihe der Forschungsstelle „Entartete Kunst“, Band 14 Pages Ills. Format

544 76 b/w, 124 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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GERMAN SEPTEMBER 2022 DE GRUYTER

First comprehensive presentation of Cornelius Gurlitt’s estate, supplemented by numerous previously unpublished historical documents and photographs

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Exhibition Kunstmuseum Bern September 16, 2022 to January 15, 2023

Hildebrand Gurlitt was one of the art dealers who were commissioned to sell so-called “degenerate” artworks confiscated from German museums in 1937. Around 400 artworks from the context of the context remained in his possession. They are housed in the Kunstmuseum Bern as the Cornelius Gurlitt Legacy. The volume is based on extensive research on the origins of the Hildebrand

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Gurlitt’s art collection It addresses the position of the museum director and curator Gurlitt with respect to German Modernism and his role as an art dealer during the National Socialist era and in the postwar period. Further essays analyze et al. his activities in the context of the National Socialist politics of art and persecution and critically examine strategies in the art business after 1945. The catalogue contains all of the

artworks in the Cornelius Gurlitt Legacy connected with the action to confiscate “degenerate art.” Nikola Doll, Kunstmuseum Bern Uwe Fleckner, University of Hamburg Gesa Jeuthe Vietzen, Advisory Commission, Berlin


Karin Althaus, Sarah Bock, Lisa Kern, Melanie Wittchow (Eds.)

Kunst und Leben 1918 bis 1955 Pages Ills. Format

424 188 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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978-3-422-99066-1 Ger

€ 58.00 $ 66.99 £ 50.50

GERMAN OCTOBER 2022 DEUTSCHER KUNSTVERLAG

Diversity of biographies and topics of German art history between 1918 and 1955 With works by Otto Freundlich, Käthe Hoch, Rudolf Schlichter, Maria Luiko, George Grosz, Gabriele Münter, and others Exhibition Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus Munich October 15, 2022 to April 16, 2023

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The publication explores the diversity of the lives and destinies of artists during the Weimar Republic, under National Socialism, and until the inaugural documenta held in the young Federal Republic in 1955. Their works and biographies bear witness to the horrors of persecution and careers cut short, to resistance and conformity. The presentation intertwines the in-

dividual lives with the parallel strands of contemporary history and institutional frameworks. Numerous authors shed light on issues that have recently attracted sustained interest from historians. The choice of emphases reflects the history of the Lenbachhaus’s collection and exhibition program. The presentation accordingly focuses on the Munich art scene, complemented

by major phenomena on the national and international stages. Karin Althaus, Sarah Bock, Lisa Kern, Melanie Wittchow, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau Munich


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Inge Herold, Johan Holten (Eds.)

Becoming CoBrA. The Origins of a European Art Movement Pages Ills. Format

208 200 color 27.0 × 22.5 cm

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978-3-422-99091-3 Ger/En

ca. € 42.00 $ 48.99 £ 36.50

GERMAN / ENGLISH NOVEMBER 2022 DEUTSCHER KUNSTVERLAG

First consideration of the origins of this art movement, which was so central to the development of the art of the twentieth century Exhibition Kunsthalle Mannheim November 18, 2022, to March 5, 2023

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CoBrA is one of the most important artist groups of Art Informel. The name is derived from the first letters of the three capital cities of Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam — the centers from which the CoBrA artists took action. Little is still known here in Germany about the concrete origins of the art movement. The exhibition and catalogue of the same name attempts a broad examination of the group’s origins: with the focus on the reconstruction of the movement prior to its official establishment in November 1948. It aims to present a representative cross-section of the movement that includes the largest possible number of artists as well as the greatest

possible concentration of forms of expression and topics characteristic of the movement. Roughly fifty paintings, thirty sculptural works, fifty graphic reproductions and photographs as well as individual ceramics and textiles from international collections are presented. With contributions by Johan Holten, Inge Herold, Mathias Listl, Christina Bergemann, Karen Kurczynski Artists: Else Alfelt, Ejler Bille, Svavar Guðnason, Henry Heerup, Egill Jacobsen, Robert Jacobsen, Asger Jorn, Erik Ortvad,

Carl-Henning Pedersen, Erik Thommesen, Pierre Alechinsky, Jean-Michel Atlan, Christian Dotremont, Jacques Doucet, Sonja Ferlov Mancoba, Stephen Gilbert, K. O. Götz, CarlOtto Hultén, Josef Istler, Madeleine Kemény-Szemere, Zoltán Kemény, Ernest Mancoba, Max Walter Svanberg, Raoul Ubac, Karel Appel, Eugène Brands, Constant, Corneille, Lotti van der Gaag, Jan Nieuwenhuijs, Anton Rooskens, Serge Vandercam, Theo Wilhelm Wolvecamp, Siegfried Reich an der Stolpe


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Ina Nettekoven

Das Stundenbuch der Herzogin Philippa von Geldern

Jean Coene IV. und die Buchmalerei in Paris um 1500 Pages Ills. Format

176 120 color 28.0 × 21.0 cm

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978-3-422-98695-4 Ger

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GERMAN NOVEMBER 2022 DEUTSCHER KUNSTVERLAG

An illuminated manuscript from private collection - made accessible to the public for the first time

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A richly illustrated book of hours was produced in the surroundings of the Parisian court at the beginning of the sixteenth century, presumably commissioned by Philippa von Geldern (1467– 1546), Princess of Lower Saxony and later Duchess of Lorraine. Jean Coene IV, one of the few illuminators of the time who is known by name, furnished the unusual work with a completely il-

lustrated calendar and twenty-four — of formerly twenty-seven — large miniatures. The book of hours, which is privately owned, is now being presented to the public in its entirety for the first time — accompanied by an examination of the role of the client and of the classification of Jean Coene IV as an illuminator Roll within the context of Parisian book art around 1500.

Ina Nettekoven, freelance art historian, specialized in book illumination and book graphics of the 15th century, Bonn


Saskia Quené

Goldgrund und Perspektive

Fra Angelico im Glanz des Quattrocento Pages Ills. Format

288 79 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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€ 42.00 $ 48.99 £ 36.50

GERMAN OCTOBER 2022 DEUTSCHER KUNSTVERLAG

Gold ground in a new perspective

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This book contains the first extensive study on the gold ground in Italian panel painting. In Fra Angelico’s panel paintings, gold leaf applications and perspectival modes of representation complement each other. Therefore, this book revises the history of the “invention” of perspective and gives answers to the question of how the gold ground became a blind spot in

art historical research over the past decades. Saskia Quené, postdoctoral researcher at UC Berkeley


Andrea Pufke (Ed.)

The Crucifixion of Saint Peter by Rubens Arbeitshefte der rheinischen Denkmalpflege 86 Pages Ills. Format

256 128 color 29.7 × 21.0 cm

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978-3-422-98952-8 En/Ger € 48.00 $ 55.99 £ 41.50

ENGLISH/GERMAN APRIL 2022 DEUTSCHER KUNSTVERLAG

Current restoration Fundamental publication on Peter Paul Rubens

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Rubens’s The Crucifixion of Saint Peter still hangs today in the location for which it was created, in the parish church of St. Peter in Cologne. Thanks to the beneficence of the merchant Eberhard III Jabach and his wife, Anna Reuter, the painter from Antwerp produced this final, very personal picture. Until today, The Crucifixion of Saint Peter continues to be shown in the

location for which it was created. The occasion for an in-depth inter-disciplinary engagement with this work was an examination of its condition, which led to the current examina-tions and the restoration of the work. Rubens’s The Crucifixion of Saint Peter is being honored for the first time with a monographic study that brings together insights from history, iconog-

raphy, art-historical context, and the work technique. Andrea Pufke, LVR-Amt für Denkmalpflege im Rheinland


Jörge Bellin, Ulrich Pfisterer (Eds.)

Körperbilder der Macht in Europa: 1300–1800 Beiträge zu einer Ikonographie des Politischen in Aktion Pages Ills. Format

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Innovative overview presentation of an iconography of the political in action

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The visualization of power takes place until today quite significantly via visualizations of the body. Expressed pointedly: there is no power without pictures of the body. This also applies in particular to the European societies of the Middle Ages and early modern period, in which the body of the ruler was both a guarantee and a preferred projection figure for the politi-cal

order. In this body, not only was power legitimized, but also constituted in the first place by means of countless documents of representation — and thus through pictures of the body in actu.This volume strives for the first time to “spell out” an “iconography of the political in action”.

Jörge Bellin, Most recently a research assistant in the DFG research group “Natur in politischen Ordnungsentwürfen” at the Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich Ulrich Pfisterer, Director of the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte in Munich


Alessandro Della Latta, Karin Gludovatz (Eds.)

Signaturen

Auktoriale Präsenz zwischen Schrift und Bild 1400–1700 Pages Ills. Format

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More than a name — new research on signing practices in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Era

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Signatures on works of art are characterized by their many-sidedness. They consist of letters and simultaneously have graphic qualities as well. The essays in the book take a look at signing practices from the Middle Ages and the modern era based on the example et al. of Albrecht Dürer, El Greco, and Rembrandt. They address aspects of authorship and artistic identity, the

intermedial interplay between text and picture, and the intellectual horizons of artists in various cultural milieus in Europe. The technical execution of signatures is thus also examined, as well as the use of different fonts. New perspectives on signatures of artworks are thus developed based on the connection between art-historical, philological, and restoration questions.

Alessandro Della Latta, research project “Artist’s names”, Berlin Karin Gludovatz, Freie Universität Berlin


Charlotte Guichard

Watteau – kolonial

Herrschaft, Handel und Galanterie im Frankreich der Régence Pages Ills. Format

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Imagination, Utopia and Gallantry New look at colonial aspirations

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What were the early visions of Empire in Regency France? The book offers a interpretation of Jean-Antoine Watteau’s Pilgrim-age to the Isle of Cythera (1717) by framing it in the context of French colonial expansion in the years of the Regency. Born in Louis XIV’s reign, galant aesthetics contributed to frame the colonial encounter in French America. Fantasies

of maritime depar-ture, embarkation and/or debarkation, also expressed a longing for colonial travel and exploration. The imperial imagination fueled with codes of galanterie was very developed in the circles of Watteau’s amateurs. From Watteau’s Pilgrimage to the Isle of Cythera (1717) to its visual reenactment in 1763, the book argues that galanterie served as a visual and

conceptual model of French commercial and colonial relations. Charlotte Guichard, is Research Professor at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (Paris)


Bertram Kaschek, Teresa Ende, Jan-David Mentzel, Frank Schmidt (Eds.)

Das subversive Bild Festschrift für Jürgen Müller Pages Ills. Format

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Art and social conventions New interpretations

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The ability of pictures to undermine aesthetic standards and call artistic conventions into question is central to the research projects of the art historian Jürgen Müller, to whom this volume commemorating his sixtieth birthday is dedicated. Numerous essays by longtime colleagues provide new interpretations of well- and lesser-known masterpieces, in which the

initial impression is frequently turned into its opposite. Jürgen Müller has held the professorship of medieval and modern art history at the TU Dresden since 2003. He has written authoritative monographs and studies on Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Rembrandt, and Caravaggio, and edited a wide range of scholarly anthologies and exhibition catalogues.

He has become known far beyond academic circles through his editing of volumes published by Taschen Verlag about the films of various decades. Editors working at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome, the Landesmuseum, Bonn, and the Technische Universität Dresden


Hans Körner

Unsichtbare Malerei

Reflexion und Sentimentalität in Bildern der Düsseldorfer Malerschule 2nd updated edition Pages Ills. Format

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Updated new edition of the study on the beginnings of the Düsseldorf School of Painting under Wilhelm von Schadow

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Painting in Düsseldorf at the time when Wilhelm Schadow was director of the art academy was of world rank. Not a few considered what was happening artistically in Düsseldorf to be as important, perhaps even more important, than what was happening in Berlin, in Munich, in Paris. This was not in spite of, but because of the pictorial strategy characteristic of

the “Düsseldorf School of Painting” of translating poetry into painting, of making reflections and feelings — i.e. the invisible — the subject. The invisible, which only appears before our inner eye, does not make the paintings poorer. On the contrary, it makes them richer. The paintings of the Düsseldorf School of Painting attracted particular criticism for their depiction

of the non-representable. What the invisible of painting can be, and how it manifested itself in the perception of contemporaries, is the subject of this book. Hans Körner, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf


Claudia Denk, Kai Uwe Schierz, Thomas von Taschitzki (Eds.)

Reframing Friedrich Nerly Landschaftsmaler, Reisender, Verkaufstalent Pages Ills. Format

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An Erfurter in Venice: A new assessment of one of the most successful painters of landscapes and vedute of his time Nerly’s working methods, picture motifs, and sales strategies from a modern perspective

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This anthology outlines a research project at the Angermuseum in Erfurt and forms the start of a new assessment of the landscape painter Friedrich Nerly (1807–1878) from Erfurt, who spent the main years of his career in Italy, particularly in Venice. If one wants to do justice to the phenomenon of Nerly, it is necessary to take a look at the changes in artistic, economic, and social contexts. Nerly’s oeuvre should be connected with the innovative painting prac-

tices and finding of motifs of the early plein-air painters as well as with sales strategies that reacted to the globalization of the art market and tourism. In line with research on cultural transfer, questions, for instance, regarding the achievements that Nerly brought to Italy or inspirations that he found there emerge crossnationally.

Claudia Denk, guest scholar and curator, Erfurt Kai Uwe Schierz, Director, Kunstmuseen Erfurt Thomas von Taschitzki, curator, Angermuseum Erfurt With contributions by Anna Ahrens, Werner Busch, Dorothee Hansen, Bernhard Maaz, Golo Maurer, Cornelia Nowak, Carl-Johan Olsson, Ulrich Pohlmann, Andreas Strobl, et. al.


Nina Goldt

Portrait à la mode

Weibliche Figurenbilder der École de Paris zwischen Belle Époque und Années folles Pages Ills. Format

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An overall view of the modern Parisian art scene Contribution to current discourses on gender New research on still marginalized paintings of female figures

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The École de Paris, or School of Paris, stands for the international Parisian art scene in the early years of the 20th century and is often associated with names like Picasso and Matisse. But it also featured several portrait painters whose fashionable portraits of women enjoyed great popularity among Parisian society: Thanks to Paul-César Helleu, Giovanni Boldini,

Marie Laurencin, Kees van Dongen, and Jacqueline Marval, among others, the Portrait à la mode became a genre of its own. Since it was overshadowed by the avant-garde, it has hitherto rarely been the subject of art-historical research. These for the time very representative Portraits à la mode prompt a critical view of society, fashion, and the changing image of women during

the Belle Époque, the interwar years, and the roaring 1920s. Nina Goldt, art historian and translator, Düsseldorf


Anna-Carola Krausse

Lotte Laserstein Meine einzige Wirklichkeit 2nd updated edition Pages Ills. Format

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Updated new edition of the monograph that led to the artistic rediscovery of the singular female painter of the Weimar period

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When one speaks of the “lost generation,” it also includes Lotte Laserstein (1898–1993). After the National Socialists seized power, she was forced to leave Germany, and her exile resulted in her being forgotten. Laserstein’s artistic career, however, began auspiciously: in 1927, she was the first woman to complete studies at the Berlin Academy of the Arts with

distinction, and quickly made a name for herself in the art metropolis. While her works are close to Neue Sachlichkeit, they lack its cool, dissecting smoothness. Laserstein’s self-assured view of the new woman, technical mastery, play with traditional and modern visual formulas, as well as her synthesis of objectivity and sensitivity give her pictures a captivating con-

temporaneity and time-transcending topicality. Anna-Carola Krausse, freelance art historian, Berlin


Johannes Schmidt, Barbara Stark (Eds.)

Franz Lenk

Der entwirklichte Blick Pages Ills. Format

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Exhibitions Städtische Galerie Dresden October 8, 2022 to January 9, 2023 Städtische Wessenberg-Galerie Konstanz January 28 to April 4, 2023

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Important contribution to the topic of Neue Sachlichkeit in Germany Franz Lenk (1898–1968) was one of the most well-known painters of Neue Sachlichkeit. The publication offers a current perspective on his oeuvre and artistic career. It poses questions not only about his artistic role models, but also about his worldview and how it is manifested in his painting. For instance, Lenk’s ambivalent position during the years from 1933 to

1945 is analyzed and assessed within the context of the events of the time. Biographical and art-historical insights, including about the group “Die Sieben” (The Seven) and his participation in the exhibitions of the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh in the 1930s, are incorporated into the presentation. The exhibition and catalogue present numerous works from twenty-four pri-

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vate and public collections in Germany and Switzerland. With contibutions by Johannes Schmidt, Barbara Stark, Michael Kicherer


Inge Herold, Johan Holten (Eds.)

Hanna Nagel Pages Ills. Format

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Rediscovering an outstanding draftswoman and graphic designer of Neue Sachlichkeit and a pioneer of feminist art Exhibition Kunsthalle Mannheim, April 8 to July 3, 2022

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Hanna Nagel’s focus as an artist was on drawing and graphic prints. Like no other woman artist of her time, she examined the relationship between men and women as well as the problematic balancing act between professional work and motherhood. Her work following her studies in Karlsruhe was at first characterized by objective precision. With her move to Berlin, she,

however, distanced herself from the stringent drawing style of Neue Sachlichkeit. The oft-biographical works executed with a brush and pen in Indian ink are formally more complex and painterly, whereby the impression of these so-called “Dunkle Blätter” (Dark Works) corresponds to the narratively and symbolically charged topics chosen. The focus of the exhibition and

catalogue is on the works of the 1920s and the early 1930s. Hanna Nagel (1907–1975), was born and died in Heidelberg, studied in Karlsruhe (with Karl Hubbuch) and Berlin (with Emil Orlik), married the artist Hans Fischer. After 1945 she worked as an illustrator in Heidelberg


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Iris Brahms (Ed.)

Marginale Zeichentechniken

Pause, Abklatsch, Cut & Paste als ästhetische Strategien in der Vormoderne Pages Ills. Format

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Drawing practices and their significance: new insights into the creative process of premodern artists

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Motoric-mechanical drawing techniques like tracing, copying, and cut and paste are among the fundamental workshop practices of the pre-modern era. They were also used in the training of renowned artists like Leonardo, Dürer, Michelangelo, and Rubens in order to modify designs, expand the supply of motifs, and produce new artworks. In the art theory of the time,

however, they were largely ignored or even disparaged. It is only possible to take note of a few positions that show appreciation for these techniques until the decisive ennoblement of copying in the eighteenth century. The discrepancy between the importance of drawing techniques in practice and the addressing of them in art theory was overlooked for a long time. This volume

thus strives to provide an indispensable new perspective in research on drawing and includes transdisciplinary contexts as well as aspects relating to art technologies and philosophy. Iris Brahms, expert for works on paper specialized in material aesthetics, media reflection and color theory, Berlin

Also of interest Iris Brahms

Marion Heisterberg

Gezeichnete Evidentia Zeichnen auf kolorierten Papieren in Süd und Nord von 1400 bis 1700

Zwischen „exemplum“ und „opus absolutum“ Studien zum Abzeichnen im italienischen Tre- und Quattrocento zwischen Mustertransfer und Kopie

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half past selber schuld

See the world like a human being Utopian dystopias and dystopian utopias – drawings and short stories about the future Pages Ills. Format

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Satirical take on transhumanism, the future of humanity and technology Sketches and ideas for the Wonderland Incorporated trilogy

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Have you ever wondered what will happen when a super computer is suddenly able to understand all the jokes? Are you puzzled by what the Mars rover does in its spare time? Do you wake up at night thinking about which animal is the nicest in the world, or if Martian cinema is better than Hollywood? Well, ponder no more, because you are about to find out!

See the World Like a Human Being is a collection of drawings, short stories, and advertisements related to transhumanism and the future of humanity and technology. It is based on half past selber schuld’s series of sci-fi stage plays: the Wonderland Incorporated trilogy. See the World Like a Human Being invites all robot readers to look at the

world through different eyes, and to perhaps be a little more patient with the oft-underestimated humanity. half past selber schuld, is an artist duo based in Düsseldorf, Germany


Patrizia Dander, Museum Brandhorst (Eds.)

Future Bodies from a Recent Past

Sculpture, Technology, and the Body since the 1950s Pages Ills. Format

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A new perspective on the history of sculpture since the 1950s Fascinating interlinking of the body and technology 120 works by 59 artists from Europe, the United States, and Japan Exhibition Museum Brandhorst Munich June 2, 2022 to January 15, 2023

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Future Bodies from a Recent Past brings to life in particular a hitherto little-noticed phenomenon in art and sculpture: the reciprocal interpenetration of bodies and technology. With 120 works by 59 artists — primarily from Europe, the United States and Japan — the exhibition is dedicated to the major technological changes since the postwar period and examines their

influence on our notions of bodies. A multi-perspective history of contemporary sculpture is outlined with contributions on topics such as the influence of changing production technologies, materialities, and concepts of the body, but also interdisciplinary considerations of body-technology relations.

With contributions by Louis Chude-Sokei, Patrizia Dander, Alex Kitnick, Franziska Linhardt, Megan R. Luke, Jenny Nachtigall


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Friederike Schäfer

An Anarchitectural Body of Work Suzanne Harris and the Downtown New York Artists’ Community in the 1970s Pages Ills. Format

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Rediscovery of a forgotten female artist New insights into the New York art scene Recipient of the Terra Foundation for American Art International Publication Grant

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This is the first book on the boundary-pushing practice of the artist, dancer, and educator Suzanne Harris (1940–1979). Harris was a protagonist in key avant-garde projects of the downtown New York City artists’ community in the 1970s (the Anarchitecture group, 112 Greene Street, FOOD, The Natural History of the American

Dancer, Heresies); yet her own oeuvre fell into abeyance. Harris’ postminimalist work broke the mold of art categories, (feminist) art practices, art spaces, and the common notion of space. By transcending sculpture and dance, she created ephemeral, site-specific installations, which she conceived as body-ori-

ented choreographic situations. Her approach of sensory awareness led to a holistic philosophy of space, which again is paradigmatic for a materialist approach to (social) space that emerged in the arts at the time. Friederike Schäfer, art historian, Freie Universität Berlin


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First-time examination of important representatives of the Appropriation Art of the 1980s Methods of a queer history of art Important contribution to a feminist critique of representation

Susanne Huber

Vom Konsum des Begehrens

Appropriation Art, Sex Wars und ein postmoderner Bilderstreit Pages Ills. Format

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Concepts of sexuality and gender relations with regards to their economic conditions were subject to intensive examination in feminist art production in the United States during the 1980s. Susanne Huber explores the motif of desire as an intersection between controversial debates surrounding pornography and a critique of representation as it happened in the contexts of Appropriation Art. Against the backdrop of postmodern cultural theory and consumer critique, the specific techniques of appropriation in the works of Lutz Bacher, Sarah

Charlesworth, and Barbara Bloom indicate complex constructs of difference, social ascriptions of value, and formal conflicts of repetition. Susanne Huber, researcher Art History and Science of Art, University of Bremen

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Manifestations of “energy” in bodily processes of perception and transmission A key concept of modernity - examined over a period from 1800 to the present day

Wilma Scheschonk, Thomas Moser (Eds.)

Energetic Bodies

Sciences and Aesthetics of Strength and Strain Imaginarien der Kraft 3 Pages Ills. Format

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Throughout the fin de siècle, “energy” was a buzzword that was used far beyond the boundaries of the sciences to negotiate the formative scope as well as limits of Western modernity. The human body was positioned at the center of the visualization of this enigmatic drive of all movement in discourses on labor and economics, physical culture, sport, art, and literature. It was through the body that this all-pervading and conditioning physical principle as well as its perceptual qualities were to be made tangible. This volume is dedicated to these “en-

ergetic bodies.” The transdisciplinary individual contributions trace body scenarios of force and energy over the course of history from 1800 to the peak phase around 1900 and up to the present. Wilma Scheschonk, University of Hamburg Thomas Moser, TU Vienna


Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss (Ed.)

Contemporary art in the Humboldt Forum Pages Ills. Format

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Insights into the entire Humboldt Forum for the first time on the occasion of the full opening in the fall of 2022 Preliminary cover

Contemporary art by artists from Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Europe behind baroque façades

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A Japanese teahouse, an audio installation with Nigerian sounds, and a bronze flagpole divided in two: In the extensive areas of the Humboldt Forum in Berlin, it is possible to discover numerous, in part large-scale works of contemporary art. Artworks by artists from various societies of origin enrich the collections in the exhibitions of the Ethnological Museum and the Museum

of Asian Art. In addition, seven works of art-in-architecture that deal with the history of the location or with the Humboldt Forum as a “place for the world’s cultures,” encounters, and exchange, or are dedicated to Wilhelm and Alexander von Humboldt, for whom the institution is named, have been realized in the Humboldt Forum. This book presents the artworks

in informative texts that are rich in associations as well as in impressive photographs. With contributions by Horst Bredekamp, Anja Tack, Ulrike Kremeier, Karlheinz Lüdeking, Aude Christel Mgba, Michael Mönninger, Barbara Steiner et al.


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Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Ethnologisches Museum, Museum für Asiatische Kunst der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin (Eds.)

Naga Land. Voices from Northeast India Pages Ills. Format

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Current topics such as fashion, tattoos, and social media in the life practice of the Naga, a minority in Northeast India Exhibition Humboldt Forum Berlin Fall 2022

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The Naga form a minority in Northeast India and the northwest of Myanmar — and consist at the same time of thirty different ethnicities: three to four million people, with numerous languages, but no central government structures. How do they manage to preserve their traditional history and integrate into altered ways of life? How do their former practice of

headhunting fit together with modern tattoos, fashion, and social media? What role does Christianity play? Authors among others from Naga Land describe various facets of their contemporary and current culture and make the Naga collection of the Ethnological Museum in Berlin appear in a new light, supplemented with contemporary objects. The artist Zubeni

Lotha shows the life of the Naga today in impressive photographs. With contributions by Kathrin Grotz, Theyiesinuo Keditsu, Dolly Kikon, Aküm Longchari, Zubeni Lotha, Iris Odyuo, Roland Platz, Elisabeth Seyerl


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Portrait of the first indigenous ethnologist of North America Historical catalogue of objects from Omaha culture from Nebraska: insights into the life of the Omaha in the past and today

Exhibition Humboldt Forum Berlin Fall 2022

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Against the Current. The Omaha. Francis La Flesche and His Collection Pages Ills. Format

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Francis La Flesche (1857–1932) lived between two worlds: as an Umonhon (Omaha), he fought for their rights, and as a scholar he researched his own culture. He is regarded as the first indigenous ethnologist of North America and stands representatively for the many indigenous protagonists without whom ethnological collections would never have come into being. We are no longer familiar with most of these individuals, since the focus until today has been on European and North American collectors. Francis La Flesche is an exception: his work provides insights into indigenous

agency and their resistance to racism and colonialism as well as their active participation in the trade with objects. The book presents La Flesche’s records of the objects, the collection of which he contributed to what is today the Ethnological Museum in Berlin in 1894 — an impressive testimony to his successful efforts to preserve the culture of the Omaha for future generations. With contributions by Ilja Labischinski, Wynema Morris, Elisabeth Seyerl et al.

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Objects that protect people and offer orientation in crisis situations — a universal topic in the history of humankind

Exhibition Humboldt Forum Berlin Fall 2022

Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Ethnologisches Museum, Museum für Asiatische Kunst (Eds.)

Ancestors, Goddesses, and Heroes. Sculptures from Asia, Africa, and Europe Pages Ills. Format

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Protecting, healing, or punishing — people of various eras and origins have attributed such powers to the sculptures that are being presented together here for the first time: be it the sculpture of the Mangaaka from what is today the Republic of Congo, the protective goddess Mahamayuri from China, or the Maria on the globe from Southern Germany. Forty-five objects created between the fourth and the nineteenth century from two museums in Berlin provide a vivid testimony to the ever-present need for protection and orientation when dealing with individual or social

crises. They represent the existence of an invisible world of gods, spirits, or ancestors, and create a connection between this world and a “different reality.” As a result of how they are presented in museums, their context of use is, however, often lost — a situation that is reflected on by the authors of this book. With contributions by Bernadette Bröskamp, Julien Chapuis, Cäcilia Fluck, Hans-Ulrich Kessler, Nathalie Küchen, Barbara Lenz, Tanja-Bianca Schmidt, Andrew Sears et al.


Eva-Maria Barkhofen

Hans Scharoun – Architektur auf Papier Visionen aus vier Jahrzehnten (1909–1945) Pages Ills. Format

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Architecture drawings and sketches Expressionism Overview of Scharoun’s drawings on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his death

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The built work of Hans Scharoun (1893– 1972) has already been honored many times, but his sensational drawings with utopian contents have only been considered cursorily and his pioneering drawings as a pupil and student have not been a focus at all. Over 1,000 free sketches and drawings by Scharoun that are not connected with concrete building projects and were produced

between 1909 — his time at school in Bremerhaven — and the end of the Second World War take center stage. Analyses of new sources now facilitate a first overall classification of his visions put down on paper. The publication honors the work of the architect, who was the first postwar president of the West-Berlin Akademie der Künste, in the fiftieth anniversary of his death.

Eva-Maria Barkhofen, architecture historian and officially appointed and sworn public specialist for architecture-related art and archival objects


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Were the Middle Ages colorful? New perspectives on the history of monument maintenance Consideration of the Bremen Cathedral, St. Jacobi in Göttingen, and St. Patrokli in Soest

Verena Ummenhofer

Mittelalterbilder der Moderne

Kirchen zwischen Steinsichtigkeit und Farbe Pages Ills. Format

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This volume examines periodic changes in color design in medieval churches during the 19th and 20th century. What thus catches the eye is the alternation of phases that brought forth sacred spaces with reduced color and even visible stone and such spaces that strove for colorfulness. The ideologies that stand behind this process are analyzed by considering exemplary restoration measures in individual church buildings against the backdrop of the respective self-conception of monument maintenance, but also more general societal notions.

It is shown how much artistic design is inherent in the practice of preserving. Verena Ummenhofer, art historian, monument conservator; Office for the Protection of Monuments and Sites of Lower Saxony

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Sheds new light on the role of French architects in the rediscovery of Italian Renaissance architecture The international dissemination of the Italian Neo-Renaissance

Antonio Brucculeri

Les Français et la Renaissance

Idées et représentations de l’architecture, 1760–1880 European Identities and Transcultural Exchange 4 Pages Ills. Format

448 250 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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The theme of the book is the interpretation of Italian Renaissance art by French artists as of the final decades of the 18th century. In particular, the book examines the origins of the historiographical myth of Tuscan Quattrocento architecture and art and how this myth took shape and spread thanks to the gaze of French travelers, philosophers, scholars, artists, and, more specifically, architects. The book also analyzes the genesis and evolution of architects’ travels in Tuscany as well as the ingenious, and innova-

tive practice of tracing the original drawings of Renaissance architects. Finally, it addresses the French architects’ disposition toward promoting an Italian Neo-Renaissance architectural language, in Europe and beyond, thus responding to values endorsed by the bourgeoisie of the 19th century. Antonio Brucculeri, Professor of History of Architecture, ENSA Paris-La Villette, Paris


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Color reconstruction Ethics of reconstruction

Katharina Mann

Das Bedürfnis nach einem angemessenen Bild der Geschichte Re-Inszenierung und Rekonstruktion der Antike in Schrift, Form und Farbe von J. J. Winckelmann bis heute Pages Ills. Format

224 59 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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The publication focuses on the relationship between needs-oriented images of history and the adoption of historical artistic styles. The congruence of re-enactment or reconstruction and the collective desire for a representative image of their own past is analyzed with respect to the interaction between zeitgeist, influential protagonists, and historicizing ideologies. Critical light is shed on various dogmas, such as the idea of a beautifully white antiquity, which still has an effect on our contemporary imagination.

Even though color reconstructions can help us re-examine our aesthetic perceptions, it is still unclear whether and how we want to work with preconceived notions in the context of new societal challenges. Katharina Mann, studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, the University of Cologne and the Akademia Ignatianum in Krakow

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New insights into the three major German reform initiatives in the field of design in the 20th century

Eva-Maria Seng

werkbund – bauhaus – ulm school of design

Milestones of Industrial Design in Germany

Reflexe der immateriellen und materiellen Kultur 10 Pages Ills. Format

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This volume surveys the major German reform initiatives in the field of design in the 20th century. Their central point of departure was the creation of the German Werkbund in 1907, which in strove to achieve a new sense of quality in product development, exhibiting and advertising as well as to implement a fundamental reform of the education in the arts and crafts schools. The Bauhaus and the Ulm School of Design engendered the novel type of (industrial) designer. All three reform processes were distinguished by the

workshop principle and close cooperation with industry, innovative teaching as well as the development of novel forms of housing, living and communication. The volume further addresses the education of women at the Bauhaus and the reception of the Bauhaus and the Ulm School of Design. Eva-Maria Seng, University of Paderborn


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Third volume of the history of modern architecture in the Far East Important contribution to the debate on the relationship between architecture and nation-building Written by a team with unique expertise in Chinese architecture and urbanism

Peter G. Rowe, Liang Wang, Zhanliang Chen

Chinese Modern

Episodes Backwards and Forwards in Time Pages Ills. Format

400 220 color 17.0 × 24.0 cm

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ENGLISH SEPTEMBER 2022 BIRKHÄUSER

Rowe’s third volume on the architecture of the Far East deals with the development of modern architecture and planning in China, with a focus on this development within the broader framework of nation-building. Episodes and periods interrogated in the book range from the fall of the Qing Dynasty in 1912 to the proclamation of Xi Jinping’s ‘China Dream’ 100 years later. Episodes will be foregrounded by commentary about the general states of the nation and particularly by urban planning undertakings. Providing a wide-ranging survey of Chinese

modern architecture that has a historic aspect to it, the book introduces the reader to a plethora of originative and influential buildings, momentous urban schemes as well as the architects and planners behind them. Peter G. Rowe, Liang Wang, Zhanliang Chen, Harvard Graduate School of Design

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The book on the Visitor Center, which will reopen in 2022 Didactic concept of the exhibition by FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences in Graz History of this UNESCO World Heritage site in the context of current discourses

Karl Stocker, Matthias Ripp (Eds.)

Das Besucherzentrum Welterbe Regensburg Vermittlungsstrategien einer UNESCO-Welterbestadt Pages Ills. Format

256 150 color 24.0 × 19.5 cm

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The old city of Regensburg is an outstanding example of a medieval German trading city, and was awarded World Heritage status by UNESCO in 2007. The specially designed Regensburg World Heritage Visitor Center, which opened in 2011, showcases the urban development of this city, shaped by its economy, resilience, and citizenry, using the latest methods of presentation and communication. The book is the result of a joint initiative between the Visitor Center and FH JOANNEUM University of

Applied Sciences in Graz, presenting a best-practice example of exhibition design and scenography. Academic contributions on the topics of “Visitor Centers” and artistic photographs by Elisa Wüntscher depicting visitors and rare city views create a complementary whole. Karl Stocker, Graz Matthias Ripp, Visitor Center Regensburg


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Previously unknown archival discoveries With contributions by Alexander Eisenschmidt, Magdalena Droste, Christine Mengin, Philipp Oswalt, Robin Schuldenfrei, Charles Waldheim and others Recent research findings from a conference organized by the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation

Florian Strob (Ed.)

Architect of Letters Reading Hilberseimer

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Ludwig Hilberseimer (1885–1967) is regarded as one of the leading theorists of the Neues Bauen movement in pre-War Germany, and of modern, functional urbanism. This set of accomplishments still dominates the public image of the architect, urban planner, teacher and art critic to this day. His development beyond that period has long been neglected. The essays in this collection seek to fill this gap, offering an exciting and wide-ranging new perspective on the work of a central protagonist of modernism. Until now, most critical

studies of Hilberseimer's work came from his place of exile in Chicago and his work in Germany / Europe and the USA tended to be viewed separately; this volume is the first to attempt to end this separation and encourage a complete overview of is work. Florian Strob, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation

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First detailed reappraisal of communism in Bauhaus With contributions by Anke Blümm, Magdalena Droste, Elizabeth Otto, Patrick Rössler, Michael Siebenbrodt, and others

Florian Strob, Wolfgang Thöner, Andreas Schätzke (Eds.)

Linke Waffe Kunst

Die Kommunistische Studentenfraktion am Bauhaus Bauwelt Fundamente Series Pages Ills. Format

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For a long time, the topic of far-left currents within Bauhaus was one of controversy. Thanks to recent research on the Communist Student Fraction (Kostufra), the leftist students are finally coming into focus. Their magazine: bauhaus. sprachrohr der studierenden. organ der kostufra was a venue for unsparing critique of events, curricula, and teachers. The journal was published between 1930 and 1932 in Dessau and Berlin in 15 hectographed issues in a loose-leaf collection and is critically discussed here for the first time by researchers

from art and cultural studies, architecture, and editorial studies. It clearly demonstrates that the experimental value of Bauhaus cannot be separated from its political radicalism. Florian Strob, Wolfgang Thöner, Andreas Schätzke, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation


Frida Grahn (Ed.)

Denise Scott Brown In Other Eyes Portraits of an Architect

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With contributions by Mary McLeod, Joan Ockman, Sylvia Lavin, Stanislaus von Moos, Jacques Herzog, Robin Middleton, and Denise Scott Brown, among others A comprehensive portrait of one of contemporary architecture’s most significant personalities

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From the bustle of Johannesburg to the neon of Las Vegas, Denise Scott Brown’s advocacy for “messy vitality” has transformed the way we look at the urban landscape. Unconventional, eloquent, and with a profound sociopolitical message, Scott Brown is one of our era’s most influential thinkers on architecture and urbanism. The anthology Denise Scott Brown. In Other

Eyes — marking the 50th anniversary of the seminal treatisen Learning from Las Vegas — paints a portrait of Scott Brown as seen through the eyes of leading architectural historians and practitioners. It features new scholarship on her education on three continents, her multidisciplinary teaching, and her use of urban patterns and forces as tools for architectural

design — a practice documented in a new comment by Scott Brown, noting that sometimes “1+1>2.” Frida Grahn, Università della Svizzera italiana, Mendrisio, Switzerland


Viewing Monuments Without Dehio?

Available as a set Handbuch der deutschen Kunstdenkmäler Bayern Volumes I–V 5886 pages 664 plans 75 color maps Format 18.0 × 12.0 cm HC € 199.00 / $ 228.99 / £ 173.00 ISBN 978-3-422-99094-4

Available as a set Handbuch der deutschen Kunstdenkmäler Nordrhein-Westfalen Volumes I+II 2652 pages 175 plans 21 color maps Format 18.0 × 12.0 cm HC € 98.00 / US$ 112.99 / £ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-422-99026-5


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Guide to three architectural gems, to be discovered in baroque garden art

Rudolf Scharmann

Gartengebäude Charlottenburg

Belvedere, Mausoleum und Neuer Pavillon Königliche Schlösser und Gärten in Berlin Pages Ills. Format

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In the extensive grounds of the garden of Schloss Charlottenburg, three buildings invite visitors: the Belvedere, the Mausoleum, and the Neuer Pavillon. The Belvedere was erected in 1788–89 based on plans by Carl Gotthard Langhans. As its function and name, “schöne Aussicht,” already reveal, the tower-like building once provided a broad panorama over the city. The Mausoleum, the burial site of Queen Luise of Prussia, draws the most visitors until today. Friedrich Wilhelm III chose the end of a dark avenue of fir trees as the location to lay his de-

ceased young wife to rest. The Neuer Pavillon, an Italianate villa, is located close to the Spree. Karl Friedrich Schinkel designed this masterpiece of neoclassical architecture as a private refuge for Friedrich Wilhelm III. Rudolf Scharmann, Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg, Berlin

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Guide to Thuringia’s oldest residential palace – a Renaissance building with picturesque views

Janis Witowski, Doris Fischer

Schloss Bertholdsburg in Schleusingen Amtliche Führer der Stiftung Thüringer Schlösser und Gärten Pages Ills. Format

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Bertholdsburg Castle towers up in the center of the small Thuringian city of Schleusingen in the southernmost foothills of the Thuringian Forest. The impressive Renaissance site was named after Berthold VII, the most important member of the House of Henneberg. Situated on a mountain spur, the striking Renaissance site can barely be made out from the northeast, but this impression is misleading with respect to the historical structure of the castle and city. People approaching the location from the southwest can still sense the imposing

impression that the high walls and towers of the former center of power of the princely Counts of Henneberg once made on its visitors. Today, Bertholdsburg Castle houses the Naturhistorische Museum. Janis Witowski, Schloss Bertholdsburg Doris Fischer, Stiftung Thüringer Schlösser und Gärten, Rudolstadt


Jasmin Grande (Ed.)

Glasgalaxien Über Avantgarde Pages Ills. Format

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Innovative contribution to the interdisciplinary research on glass / glassware An updating of the cultural-historical research on glass as an image of thought in the era of “fiber optic networks” With contributions by the artist Anna Westphal, Cologne

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At the beginning of the twentieth century, the avant-garde discovered glass as a material and examined its utopian potential. Glass artworks like Bruno Taut’s contribution to the Werkbund Fair of 1914 or the founding of the “Crystal Chain” in 1919 are well known. Transparent, fluid, sacred, and diaphanous — literature smoothed the way to the glass avant-garde, and the

conceptualizations became concrete in places where glass was produced, for instance in Düsseldorf. Glass serves until today as a transmitter of artistic design, as an abstracting element, an engine in the project of universal lessons between art and society. The volume examines glass as a material and image of thought in an interdisciplinary perspective from the cultural

history of the twentieth century to soft matter physics. Jasmin Grande, Zentrum für Rheinlandforschung, Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf


Francine Giese, Vitromusée Romont (Eds.)

Silvia Gertsch

Licht und Gegenlicht / Lumière et contre-jour Pages Ills. Format

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Reverse glass painting as a critical mirror of contemporary society First-time presentation of the new series of works Golden Light Exhibition Vitromusée Romont November 12, 2022 to April 16, 2023

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The exhibition catalogue provides an intimate view of the Swiss contemporary artist Silvia Gertsch and her impressive oeuvre. The personal and artistic development of Gertsch, who found her preferred medium in the centuries-old technique of reverse glass painting, is revealed through the eyes of companions of many years. In her paintings, Gertsch examines

dichotomies like that of the vibrant city or serene nature and takes a critical look at society. Color and lightdark contrasts fascinate the artist; the picture carrier enables her to accentuate light and shadow. Her works show emotions and interpersonal interactions, in a world supersaturated with visual and acoustic effects.

Francine Giese, Vitromusée Romont


Francine Giese, Elisa Ambrosio, Vitromusée Romont (Eds.)

Thilo Westermann et l’art de dessiner sous verre Pages Ills. Format

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Introduction to the multifaceted work of the contemporary reverse glass painter

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Thilo Westermann is known for his reverse glass paintings, unique prints, and photomontages. The catalogue accompanies the exhibition of the same name at the Vitromusée Romont and presents the artist’s work, from the filigree motifs created by hand on the reverse side of a sheet of glass to the migration of forms in the photomontages. In addition to a wide range

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Landesstelle für die nichtstaatlichen Museen in Bayern (Ed.), Marjen Schmidt

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As cultural-historical or contemporary documents, photographs are central sources of information for research and mediation. But photography is also a focus of collections and exhibitions. Marjen Schmidt presents the technical development of photography until today. The volume describes the production methods of photographic techniques from the early 19th

century, outlines conservation-related issues, and proposes measures. The author also dedicates herself to aspects related to archiving digital pictures long term. The volume provides richly illustrated, practical assistance for identification and makes reference to risks connected with handling. Indepth information on archiving, presentation, and conservation measures

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Revolutionary 360-degree portraits as facial landscapes Essential essays by the authors on the chronistic visual worlds of the Surfaces

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There is something magical about these photographs; they show faces as they have never before been seen. The 360-degree portraits by the artist duo Koschies deconstruct familiar occidental views. They are not structured around a vanishing point, but instead take place entirely in the planar dimension. With their fascinating time-slit camera recordings, the artists enter into new

visual terrain – not on the basis of digital manipulation, but through creatively making use of the influence of time in the pictures themselves. Just as Impressionist pictorial forms in their day came as a shock to the perception of academically trained viewers of art, these portraits act as a substantial challenge to the eyes of their late modern addressees, whose

eyes have been inundated with traditional photography Birgit and Axel Koschies, photographers


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John Davis, Michael Leja (Eds.)

Amerikanische Kunst 1760–2000 Eine kommentierte Quellenanthologie Pages Ills. Format

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A reference for anyone interested in American art. Translated from the English With a foreword by Thomas W. Gaehtgens

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Art of the United States is a landmark volume that presents three centuries of US art through a broad array of historical texts, including writings by artists, critics, patrons, literary figures, and other commentators. Combining a wide-ranging selection of texts with high-quality reproductions of artworks, it offers a resource for the study and understanding of the visual arts of the United States. With con-

textual essays, explanatory headnotes, maps, and full-color illustrations of key artworks, the volume will appeal to national and international audiences ranging from undergraduates and museum visitors to art historians and other scholars. Texts by a range of artists and cultural figures — including John Adams, Thomas Cole, Frederick Douglass, Mary Cassatt, Edward Hopper, Clement Greenberg, and Cindy

Sherman — are grouped according to historical era alongside additional featured artists. John Davis, Smithsonian Institution, Washington Michael Leja, University of Pennsylvania School of Arts


Xifan Li

A General History of Chinese Art Six volumes Format 26,5 × 21,0 cm Volume 1: From the Prehistoric Era to the Zhou Dynasty Pages 418 Ills. 51 b/w, 100 color SC.

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Volume 2: From the Qin Dynasty to the Northern and Southern Dynasties Pages 420 Ills. 25 b/w, 102 color SC.

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Volume 3: Sui and Tang Dynasties Pages 546 Ills. 16 b/w, 119 color SC.

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A General History of Chinese Art comprises six volumes with a total of nine parts, spanning from the Prehistoric Era until the 3rd year of Xuantong during the Qing Dynasty (1911). The work provides a comprehensive compilation of in-depth studies of the development of art throughout the subsequent reign of Chinese dynasties and explores the emergence of a wide range of artistic categories such as but not limited to music, dance, acrobatics, singing, storytelling, painting, calligraphy, sculpture, architecture, and crafts. Unlike previous reference books, A General History of Chinese Art offers a broader overview of the notion of Chinese art by asserting a more diverse and less material understanding of arts, as has often been the case in Western scholarship. Xifan Li (†), formerly Vice President of the Chinese National Academy of Arts

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Broad overall view, translated from Chinese


Agnieszka Gasior, Marius Winzeler (Eds.)

Von der Renaissance zum Barock (1570−1670) Handbuch zur Geschichte der Kunst in Ostmitteleuropa en_title Pages Ills. Format

656 650 color 27.5 × 21.0 cm

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Fundamental work on the art history of EastCentral Europe European networks

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The time period from 1570 to 1670 was an epoch of large-scale wars. But during this time of crisis in East-Central Europe the arts were in no way silent. One important factor was the migra-tion of artists within East-Central Europe as well as from the west and south of the continent to this region. The painters and sculptors who moved worked for the

Bohemian, Moravian, or Polish-Lithuanian nobility, the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II, who wanted to obtain the best artists in Europe for his court in Prague, and, not least, the religious orders, which brought a new formal language to East-Central Europe in the course of the CounterReformation, contrib-uted to multifaceted artistic work during the long

transition from the late Renaissance to the Baroque. Agnieszka Gąsior, Director of the Schlesisches Museum zu Görlitz Marius Winzeler, Director of the Grünes Gewölbes of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden


Monica Juneja

Can Art History be Made Global? Meditations from the Periphery Pages Ills. Format

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New perspectives on global art history Case studies from South Asia

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The book responds to the challenge of the global turn in the humanities from the perspective of art history. A global art history, it argues, need not follow the logic of economic globalization nor seek to bring the entire world into its fold. Instead, it draws on a theory of transculturation to explore key moments of an art history that can no longer be approached through a

facile globalism. How can art historical analysis theorize relationships of connectivity that have characterized cultures and regions across distances? How can it meaningfully handle issues of commensurability or its absence among cultures? By shifting the focus of enquiry to South Asia, the five meditations that make up this book seek to translate intellectual insights

of experiences beyond Euro–America into globally intelligible analyses. Monica Juneja, info


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Ethnography meets contemporary art – a project of the Museum of the Contemporary, Jerusalem

Lea Mauas, Michelle MacQueen, Diego Rotman (Eda.)

Possession and Dispossession

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The book includes articles, documentation and a catalog of the Ethnographic Department of the Museum of the Contemporary in Jerusalem. It is the fruit of a project carried out at the Mamuta Art and Research Center and curated by the Sala-Manca Group. It contains articles by Yoram Bilu, Rachel Elior, Freddie Rokem and Diego Rotman on the Dybbuk; by Galit Hasan-Rokem and Daphna Ben-Shaul on Sukkot, and on the Eternal Sukkah project; by Shalom Sabar on electric Shabbat candles, and by Lea Mauas and Diego Rotman on different art

projects. The book also includes documentation of artworks and a project by Itamar Mendes-Flohr, Yeshaiahu Rabinowtz, Ktura Manor, Hannan Abu Huseein, Reuven Zehavi, Sala-Manca, Samuel Rotman, Shira Borer, Nir Yahalom, Chen Cohen, Pessi Komar, Adi Kaplan, and Shahar Carmel, among others. Lea Mauas, Michelle MacQueen, Queen’s University, Canada Diego Rotman, info

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First and important study of art studies from a decolonial perspective Detailed examination of the coloniality of the study of art of the last 2,500 years New decolonial perspectives and a universal concept of art by indigenous, Afro-diasporic, African, and Latin American artists and intellectuals

Carolin Overhoff Ferreira

Dekoloniale Kunstgeschichte Eine methodische Einführung Pages Ills. Format

304 110 b/w 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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This book is a long overdue study of art history from a decolonial perspective. It first presents decoloniality as a new definition of the modern era, in which the conquering of the Americas and the Atlantic are central. The study of art of the last 2,500 years is shown to be part of the European colonial-capitalistic project of the subalternizing and making-dependent of a supposed other, and provides detailed presentations of the methodologies and discourses, with all their coloniality. Indigenous, Afro-diasporic, Latin American, and African

artists and scholars provide unfamiliar perspectives and a universal concept of art that is able to counteract the asymmetrical power relationships in the European study of art. Carolin Overhoff Ferreira, professor of art history at the Federal University of São Paulo (Unifesp).


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Current research on matter, decolonisation, image and object genealogies. Transdisciplinary perspectives on in-between worlds of the museum

Nina Samuel, Felix Sattler (Eds.),

MUSEALE RESTE Bildwelten des Wissens, vol. 18 Pages Ills. Format

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Remnants are a challenge for the museum as an institution. They are ambiguous figures, and their attributions open up and thus contribute to transcending the taxonomic, disciplinary, architectural, and institutional boundaries of museums. They can be found everywhere — in exhibition spaces as well as storage depots, and in laboratories just as in the administration. In each of these contexts, there are respectively different forms of professional self-conception, knowledge, and practical handling that determine the status of remnants.

The volume contributes to specifying terms such as remnant, trash, traces, and boundaries more precisely within the context of the museum and to reassessing them for debates in conservation, curating, art history, and museum anthropology. Nina Samuel, Felix Sattler, Humboldt University, Berlin

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Initial analysis of forces of nature in German Romanticism

Adrian Renner, Frederike Middelhoff (Eds.)

Forces of Nature

Dynamism and Agency in German Romanticism Imaginarien der Kraft 4 Pages Format

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By the end of the 18th century, notions of “forces of nature” (Naturkräfte) were increasingly discussed across disciplinary bounds: attraction and repulsion, vital forces and electric fluids, formative drives and biological organisms were examined as forces linked to ‘natural’ processes. German Romantic literature, science, and philosophy — from Schelling and Novalis to Günderrode and Hölderlin — pondered interrelated notions of forces considered as dynamic and continually active in nature — forces which, in turn, also appeared to shape human

actions, social structures, and cultural developments. This volume explores the points of reference for, approaches to, and afterlives of Romantic conceptions and representations of natural forces at the intersection of natural sciences and cultural imaginaries. Adrian Renner, DFG-Centre for Advanced Studies “Imaginaria of Force” Universität of Hamburg Frederike Middelhoff, Goethe University Frankfurt


Günter Berghaus (Ed.)

International Yearbook of Futurism Studies 2022

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Futurism from an international, comparative and interdisciplinary perspective Transcultural view of international avant-gardes

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The first part of the yearbook contains ten essays on Futurist art and literature in Italy, France, Russia, Poland, Portugal and the former colony of Goa. Among other things, early Futurist publishing and propaganda initiatives by means of manifestos, press releases, and newssheets are examined, as well as Athos Casarini’s artistic and political work undertaken in Italy

and the USA. Articles in the second part deal with the 30th anniversary of the International Academy of Zaum as well as various conferences, exhibitions and publications celebrating the centenary of Zenitism in Serbia and Craotia. Critical responses to exhibitions, conferences and publications as well as a bibliographical section with information on 139 recent book

publications on Futurism conclude the yearbook. Günter Berghaus, University of Bristol


María López-Fanjul y Díez del Corral, Christine Seidel (Eds.)

How Art Works Of Questions and Answers Pages Ills. Format

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Innovative perspectives and connections of about 50 Masterpieces of the Gemäldegalerie and the Bode Museum, Berlin

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Art develops its effect through contemplation. Even before we interpret it, we grasp it by means of inspired seeing, by “feeling our way,” thus giving rise to an opinion. It precedes an interpretation of the content — and the interplay of form and content becomes the experience of art. Unlike classic guidebooks, this publication is dedicated to the

aesthetic experience, which the comparative contemplation and presentation of masterpieces from the Gemäldegalerie and Bode Museum focuses on beyond the boundaries of art forms. The sensual experience of art via forms, surfaces, materiality, movement, and their significance is curated for readers based on some fifty selected works over various

epochs and clearly communicated in numerous detailed views.


Landesstelle für die nichtstaatlichen Museen in Bayern (Ed.), Ulrike Weller, Ronald Heynowski

Messer und Erntegeräte Erkennen. Bestimmen. Beschreiben. Bestimmungsbuch Archäologie 8 Pages Ills. Format

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Indispensable aid for classifying objects in museums and collections First epoch-transcending overview of all common types of knives until the first century of the Common Era

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This volume deals with knives and harvesting equipment in Central Europe from their first appearance until the first century of the Common Era. Knives have accompanied human beings since the Paleolithic and became useful tools, weapons, and status symbols over the course of the millennia. An epoch-transcending overview of all common types of

knives is provided here for the first time. Harvesting equipment appeared with the new economy of the Neolithic period — first made of silex, then bronze, and finally sickles and scythes of iron. Cutting devices also include scissors, an innovative type of tool that revolutionized textile craft. Each type is described in detail, supplemented with information on dating

and propagation as well as further literature. Ulrike Weller, Landesmuseum Hannover Ronald Heynowski, Archaeological Heritage Office in Saxony, Dresden

Recently published Landesstelle für die nichtstaatlichen Museen in Bayern (Ed.), Angelika AbeggWigg, Ronald Heynowski Halsringe Erkennen. Bestimmen. Beschreiben. Bestimmungsbuch Archäologie 7

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Landesstelle für die nichtstaatlichen Museen in Bayern (Ed.), Ulrike Weller, Dolche und Schwerter Erkennen. Bestimmen. Beschreiben. Bestimmungsbuch Archäologie 6 Pages Ills. Format

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Against Indifference 15 years Edition Angewandte 15 selected titles from over 175 published books


Klaus Bollinger, Florian Medicus, IoA Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Akademie der Künste, Berlin (Eds.)

Caroline Wohlgemuth

Mid-Century Modern – Visionary Furniture Design from Vienna

Stressing Wachsmann

2021, 296 pages, 28.0 × 21.0 cm, 72 b/w ills., 112 color ills.

Structures for a Future / Strukturen für eine Zukunft

978-3-0356-2409-0 EN

Baerbel Mueller, Frida Robles, Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna (Eds.)

Structures of Displacement 2020, 280 pages, 26.0 × 19.5 cm, 52 b/w ills., 132 color ills. 978-3-0356-2304-8 EN

E-Book 978-3-0356-2420-5 EN

2020, 384 pages, 23.5 × 17.0 cm, 104 b/w ills., 118 color ills.

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Marcel Bois, Bernadette Reinhold (Eds.)

Thomas Geisler, Anab Jain (Eds.)

Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky. Architektur. Politik. Geschlecht

Design Investigations: After Abundance Eine Spekulation zum Klimawandel in den Alpen / A Speculation on Climate Change in the Alps

Neue Perspektiven auf Leben und Werk

2019, 136 pages, 28.0 × 21.0 cm, numerous color ills.

2019, 360 pages, 21.0 × 14.7 cm, numerous color ills.

Jan Gehl, Birgitte Svarre

Leben in Städten Wie man den öffentlichen Raum untersucht 2016, 192 pages, 25.4 × 21.0 cm, numerous color ills. 978-3-0356-1124-3 DE € 29.95 / $ 42.00 / £ 27.00 Softcover with flaps

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Softcover

Klaus Bollinger, Florian Medicus, Kiesler Privatstiftung Wien (Eds.)

Linda Berger, Maria Christine Holter (Eds.)

Endless Kiesler

LINDA BERGER – PEACH-BLOW

2015, 360 pages, 23.2 × 17.0 cm, 213 color ills.

MONOGRAFIE/MONOGRAPH

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2021, 224 pages, 25.8 × 21.9 cm, 12 b/w ills., 78 color ills.

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Ingeborg Reichle (Ed.)

Plastic Ocean: Art and Science Responses to Marine Pollution 2021, 272 pages, 25.0 × 20.0 cm, 164 color ills. 978-3-11-074472-9 EN E-Book 978-3-11-074477-4 EN

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Gerhild Steinbuch, Sandro D. Huber, Sabine Konrath, Greta Pichler, Felicitas Prokopetz, Tizian Natale Rupp (Eds.)

Parlamentsdirektion – Projekt Sanierung Parlament, Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, Pascal Petignat (Eds.)

Edgar Lissel, Gabriele Jutz, Nina Jukić (Eds.)

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2020, 128 pages, 36.8 × 27.5 cm, 31 b/w ills.

2020, 288 pages, 29.0 × 22.5 cm, 782 color ills.

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RESET THE APPARATUS! A Survey of the Photographic and the Filmic in Contemporary Art 2019, 208 pages, 26.0 × 19.0 cm, numerous color ills. 978-3-11-063068-8 EN € 33.95 / $ 39.99 / £ 29.50 Open thread stitching

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Nora Sternfeld

Brigitte Kowanz, Peter Kozek (Eds.)

Das radikaldemokratische Museum

Transmediale Kunst | Transmedia Art

2018, 288 pages, 21.0 × 14.7 cm, numerous color ills.

lightness and matter

978-3-11-061084-0 DE

2018, 512 pages, 24.0 × 17.0 cm, numerous color ills.

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Angela Stief (Ed.)

Hanakam & Schuller Trickster 2016, 236 pages, 23.0 × 16.5 cm, numerous color ills. 978-3-11-048007-8 EN E-Book 978-3-11-048098-6 EN € 39.95 / $ 49,95 / £ 34.50 Softcover with flaps

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The book series of the University of Applied Arts Vienna: architecture, visual and media art, design, conservation and restoration, art theory, art pedagogy, art education, and language arts

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Liddy Scheffknecht, Ernst Strouhal (Eds.)

Wenn der Wind weht / When the Wind Blows

Luft, Wind und Atem in der zeitgenössischen Kunst / Air, Wind, and Breath in Contemporary Art Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

232 65 b/w, 125 color 30.0 × 24.0 cm

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ENGLISH/GERMAN APRIL 2022 DE GRUYTER

Works by Hoda Afshar, Ólafur Elíasson, Ana Grlic, Ayumi Ishii, Ulrike Königshofer, Ulay / Marina Abramović, and others With a conversation between historian/ author Philipp Blom and climate researcher Helga Kromp-Kolb about turbulent times

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Exhibition KUNST HAUS WIEN March 12 to August 28, 2022

Wind moves — both things and human thought. The wind is also a harbinger both of new beginnings and of decay, of control and chaos, and the destructive force of the wind is central to the debate on climate change. The book Wenn der Wind weht / When the Wind Blows is being published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name at KUNST

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HAUS WIEN, in cooperation with the University of Applied Arts Vienna. It presents more than twenty artistic projects that render the unseen elements air, wind, and breath visible in different ways. Ernst Strouhal traces (cultural) stories of the wind in his text “Flying Robert and His Kin,” while curators Verena Kaspar-Eisert and Liddy

Scheffknecht look at air as a medium in contemporary art. Liddy Scheffknecht, Ernst Strouhal, Institute for Cultural Studies, University of Applied Arts Vienna


Başak Şenova (Ed.)

Barbara Holub – Stiller Aktivismus / Silent Activism Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

320 300 color 30.0 × 23.0 cm

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ENGLISH/GERMAN NOVEMBER 2022 DE GRUYTER

A portrait of Barbara Holub’s transdisciplinary work at the interface of art, architecture, urbanism, and research Critical spatial practice – a remarkable archive of critically engaged artistic interventions New perspectives for the practice of participatory art

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For thirty years Barbara Holub’s socially and politically engaged art has linked urban development, social issues, and artistic interventions. As an accumulative process of participatory action, Holub’s projects question the role of art in society, whether in the context of art itself, in urban public space, or in relation to corporations. This monograph offers a detailed view

of Barbara Holub’s extensive body of work as well as her projects with transparadiso at the interface of art, architecture, and urbanism, for which she coined the term “silent activism.” Rather than directly propagating activism, Holub persistently creates performative situations for dialogic action with the aim of questioning norms and crossing boundaries.

Başak Şenova, designer and curator; visiting professor of Art and Communication Practices at the University of Applied Arts Vienna


Stefanie Kitzberger, Cosima Rainer, Linda Schädler (Eds.)

Friedl Dicker-Brandeis

Works from the Collection of the University of Applied Arts Vienna Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

352 50 b/w, 120 color 24.0 × 16.5 cm

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ENGLISH DECEMBER 2022 DE GRUYTER

Portrait of the work of Friedl DickerBrandeis, an artist, feminist, and communist who was persecuted and murdered by the Nazis Essays by Julie M. Johnson, Robin Rehm, Daniela Stöppel, and others

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Exhibition Angewandte University Gallery, Vienna (fall 2022) Graphische Sammlung ETH Zurich (2023)

The work of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis (1898–1944) occupies a key position in the broader history of the Austrian avant-garde while also deepening our understanding of modernism. Her work covers an impressive range of media and genres in the visual and applied arts. Influenced by her studies at Vienna’s Kunstgewerbeschule (which later became the University of

Applied Arts Vienna), the Itten Private School, and the Bauhaus in Weimar, she worked as a painter, stage designer, architect, designer in Vienna and Berlin, in exile, and as a deportee. This book explores the heterogeneity of Dicker’s work, reconstructs her artistic strategies and references to aesthetic and political discourses from the 1920s to the 1940s, and doc-

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uments for the first time her works in the collection of the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Stefanie Kitzberger, Cosima Rainer, Collection and Archive, University of Applied Arts Vienna Linda Schädler, Graphische Sammlung ETH Zurich


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The first issue of a new periodical of transversal research in education New national and international interdisciplinary research on didactics With contributions by Katharina Kugler, Christine Künzli David / Christine Streit / Barbara Wyss, Anna Maria Loffredo, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, and others

Ruth Mateus-Berr (Ed.)

EDU:TRANSVERSAL No. 01/2022 Educational Turn / Bildungsoffensive Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

132 5 b/w, 11 color 29.7 × 14.8 cm

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ENGLISH/GERMAN JULY 2022, DE GRUYTER

The challenges of a complex and volatile world require solutions that reconcile divergent perspectives and interests. In schools, interdisciplinarity has been integrated within curricula for decades, yet it is rarely applied as a collaborative practice. Communication between different fields of research is not enough. Without meaningful collaboration, opportunities to connect are lost, and teachers and students fail to benefit from the experience of lived interdisciplinarity.

A new periodical, entitled EDU:TRANSVERSAL, presents the latest findings of national and international transversal research as well as the state of the art of interdisciplinarity in didactics. The aim of this annual publication is to stimulate a transversal turn in education. Ruth Mateus-Berr, professor, head of the Center for Didactics of Art and Interdisciplinary Education, University of Applied Arts Vienna

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On the history, present, and future of cultural policy A plea for a broad discussion of cultural policy and renewal of the cultural policy discourse With contributions from renowned experts: Sylvia Amann, Sabine Breitwieser, Veronica Kaup-Hasler, Aslı Kışlal, Birgit Mandel, Monika Mokre, Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, among others

Michael Wimmer (Ed.)

Für eine neue Agenda der Kulturpolitik Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

448 2 tables 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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The Austrian cultural sector is facing its greatest existential crisis of the Second Republic. The conceptual foundations of Austrian cultural policy date from the 1970s and are approaching their limits due to the pandemic. This book highlights the urgency of renegotiating the relationship between the cultural sector and wider society through artists, mediators, and users. Together with several long-standing cultural observers, Michael Wimmer sets out to find a contemporary cultural policy. His goal is to ensure that

art and culture are given the status in society that they deserve. Conceived as a dialogical polemic, the central aspects of a new agenda for cultural policy are negotiated in order to initiate a broader discussion of cultural policy. Michael Wimmer, founder and director of the research institute EDUCULT; lecturer, speaker, author, Vienna


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An artistic-philosophical exploration of boundaries Transdisciplinary approaches from art, cultural studies, media, the social sciences, philosophy, and literature Includes contributions by Bini Adamczak, Bishnupriya Ghosh, Lawrence Liang, Andreas Niegl, Monika Rinck, Mi You, and others

Madhusree Dutta, Nanna Heidenreich (Eds.)

Fake Hybrid Sites Palimpsest Essays on Leakages

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300 6 b/w, 139 color 25.0 × 19.0 cm

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ENGLISH DECEMBER 2021, DE GRUYTER

The attempt to demarcate things somehow always seems to go wrong. Boundaries, no matter how carefully drawn, are leaky. Things (concepts, languages, cells, symptoms, objects, values, people, and other species) are identified, multiply, circulate, and disappear again. The transdisciplinary anthology Fake Hybrid Sites Palimpsest. Essays on Leakages is dedicated to a series of productive leakages and permeabilities, focusing attention on composite systems, attachments, infestations, and perturbations.

The essays — composed of words and images — navigate between disciplines and practices and address a variety of objects and structures: blood, species, viruses, and archives; networks of laws, ideologies, languages, and labor; imaginaries of bodies, fashion, art, copy, and poetry. Madhusree Dutta, Artistic Director ADKDW, Cologne Nanna Heidenreich, Prof. of Transcultural Studies, University of Applied Arts Vienna

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The motif of the dragon and other cult and power symbols in literature, art, and cultural history Gustav Klimt revisited, language images / image languages, poetry and prose, dragons in film Richly illustrated and with contributions by Heinz P. Adamek, Siegrid Düll, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger / Elfie Miklautz, Étienne Yver, and others

Siegrid Düll (Ed.)

Drachenkuss – im Glanz des Goldes

Streiflichter auf Kult- und Machtsymbole in Literatur und Kunst des Orients und Okzidents Edition Angewandte Pages Ills. Format

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Dragons have many visages. They usually live in fire, carry titles and crowns, and are figments of the human imagination. Their animal appearance is represented as “fiery red” in Judeo-Christian scriptures. In the Far East, the dragon is a more ambivalent figure: celestial dragons act as gods and benefactors, elevating kings to sons of dragons and playing the game of opposites with the dragons of the underworld. Alternating between motifs of fire and ash, this book offers insights into a

fantasy world in prose and poetry and spans an arc from there to four international artists as part of their exhibition KLIMT revisited to mark the 150th anniversary of Gustav Klimt’s birth. Having first conquered the movie screen a hundred years ago, dragons have held their own in the medium of film right up to the present day. Siegrid Düll, archaeologist, art historian, historian, writer, editor, Bad Reichenhall


Leila Guerriero

Eine Geschichte Edition Voldemeer Pages Ills. Format

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GERMAN JULY 2022 DE GRUYTER

First German translation of the impressive chronicle by “one of the great voices of narrative journalism” (Le Monde) “A foray through life, suffering, sacrifice, silent despair, the dread of loss, solidarity, and glory.” (El País) “[…] exhaustive research, and a style of mathematical precision” (Mario Vargas Llosa)

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“This is the story of a man who took part in a dance contest.” It is thus that Argentine journalist and author Leila Guerriero opens her book. It tells the most difficult of all epic stories: that of the common man. This is an electrifying work that spans the genres of journalism and fiction. It tells a moving and strangely intimate story about malambo, a traditional

dance of the Argentine gauchos, and about the Malambo Festival of Laborde in the southeast of the Argentinian province of Córdoba. It is also about Rodolfo González Alcántara, who won the dance competition in 2012. Leila Guerriero is a gifted chronicler. Her internationally acclaimed work A Simple Story was published in Spanish in 2013 and in English in 2017,

and now appears in German for the first time, in a translation by Angelica Ammar. Leila Guerriero, journalist, reporter, editor, and writer, lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina


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Vol. II of Writings on Contemporary Art, following on from vol. I, Existenz und Form (2015, e-book available now) Discussion of individual works of art, the function of art in culture, the related concept of time, the context of transmission From Rembrandt and Sturtevant to Hyun-Sook Song, Katharina Grosse, and Pamela Rosenkranz

Roman Kurzmeyer

Doppelte Artikulation Schriften zur neueren Kunst II Edition Voldemeer Pages Ills. Format

248 36 b/w 21.0 × 12.5 cm

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GERMAN AUGUST 2022 DE GRUYTER

The main title of this second volume of Writings on Contemporary Art is borrowed from Claude Lévi-Strauss, whose thinking influenced a generation. Inspired by Marcel Proust, LéviStrauss wrote about the processes of producing painting, music, literature, calling the technique described by Proust “double articulation.” This volume focuses primarily on works of art in which the “first-order units” are themselves artistic works that are cited, recombined, and reworked. The concepts of “primary objects” and of “double articulation”

deepen our understanding of the disruption of sequences and the disturbance of cultural traditions. The works of art discussed in this book inscribe themselves in a context of transmission that is modified and renewed for experience in the present. Roman Kurzmeyer, curator; he teaches art theory and exhibition history at the FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Basel

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Offers insight into an unrealized book project by Hugo Ball (1886–1927), philosopher, author, and founding figure of Dadaism, who later converted to Catholicism Published from his bequest to the Swiss Literary Archives With vocabulary lists, names, terms, and terminologies – a lexicographical litany of Satan

Magnus Wieland (Ed.), Hugo Ball

Exorzismus und Psychoanalyse Edition Voldemeer Pages Ills. Format

48 15 color 28.0 × 22.0 cm

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“Exorcism and Psychoanalysis” is the title of a book by Hugo Ball that was planned but never realized. Ball, with his partner Emmy Hennings, was one of the founding figures of Dadaism in Zurich after abandoning his studies of philosophy and working in theater. However, they soon abandoned Dadaism and pursued a religious way of life until Ball’s early death. Sketches, dispositions, and notations for the book project from Ball’s bequeathed papers have been made available for the first time in transcribed and edited facsimile form.

Ball was convinced that psychoanalysis needed to be expanded to encompass exorcistic knowledge. His goal was to critically contrast modern forms of therapy with historical practices of exorcism. Ball’s notes provide insight into his obsessive preoccupation with demonology and the devil. Hugo Ball (1886–1927), author, Dadaist, studies on the history of Christian church/saints Magnus Wieland, Swiss Literary Archive, Bern


INDEX OF AUTHORS AND EDITORS

A Abegg-Wigg, Angelika Ahrens, Anna 22 Althaus, Karin 10 Ambrosio, Elisa 49

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B Ball, Hugo 71 Barkhofen, Eva-Maria 38 Bellin, Jörge 17 Bock, Sarah 10 Bergemann, Christina 12 Berghaus, Günter 60 Brahms, Iris 28 Brand, Joachim 4 Bredekamp, Horst 34 Bröskamp, Bernadette 37 Brucculeri, Antonio 40 Busch, Werner 22 C Chapuis, Julien 37 Chen, Zhanliang 42 Chude-Sokei, Louis 30 D Dander, Patrizia 30 Davis, John 54 De Luca, Erri 7 Della Latta, Alessandro Denk, Claudia 22 Doll, Nicola 9 Düll, Siegrid 69 Dutta, Madhusree 69 E Ende, Teresa

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F Fischer, Doris 46 Fleckner, Uwe 9 Fluck, Cäcilia 37 Furtwängler, Elisabeth

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G Gaehtgens, Thomas W. 8 Gasior, Agnieszka 56 Giese, Francine 48, 49 Gludovatz, Karin 18 Goldt, Nina 23 Grahn, Frida 44 Grande, Jasmin 47 Grotz, Kathrin 36 Guerriero, Leila 70 Guichard, Charlotte 19 H Haldemann, Anita 4 half past selber schuld 29 Hansen, Dorothee 22 Heidenreich, Nanna 69 Heisterberg, Marion 28 Herold, Inge 12, 26 Heynowski, Ronald 62 Holten, Johan 8, 12, 26 Honnef, Klaus 52 Huber, Susanne 33 Huemer, Christian 8 J Jeuthe Vietzen, Gesa Juneja, Monica 57

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K Kaschek, Bertram 20 Keditsu, Theyiesinuo 36 Kern, Lisa 10 Kessler, Hans-Ulrich 37 Kicherer, Michael 25 Kikon, Dolly 36 Kitnick, Alex 30 Kitzberger, Stefanie 67 Knight, Carlo 7 Körner, Hans 21 Koss, Max 4 Krausse, Anna-Carola 24 Kremeier, Ulrike 34 Küchen, Nathalie 37 Kurczynski, Karen 12 Kürzeder, Christoph 7 Kurzmeyer, Roman 71

Rother, Lynn 4 Rotman, Diego 58 Rowe, Peter G. 42

L Labischinski, Ilja 37 Lammert, Mattes 8 Lange, Carolin 51 Leja, Michael 54 Lenz, Barbara 37 Li, Xifan 55 Linhardt, Franziska 30 Listl, Mathias 12 Longchari, Aküm 36 López-Fanjul y Díez del Corral, María Lotha, Zubeni 36 Lüdeking, Karlheinz 34 Luke, Megan R. 30 M Maaz, Bernhard 22 MacQueen, Michelle 58 Mann, Katharina 41 Mateus-Berr, Ruth 68 Mauas, Lea 58 Maurer, Golo 22 Mensch, Steffen 7 Mentzel, Jan-David 20 Mgba, Aude Christel 34 Middelhoff, Frederike 59 Mönninger, Michael 34 Morris, Wynema 37 Moser, Thomas 33

T Tack, Anja 34 Tannert, Christoph 52 Taschitzki, Thomas von Thöner, Wolfgang 43 Tonkovich, Jennifer 4 U Uhlmann, Felix 4 Ummenhofer, Verena W Wang, Liang 42 Weigel, Sigrid 52 Weller, Ulrike 62 Wieland, Magnus 71 Wimmer, Michael 68 Winzeler, Marius 56 Witowski, Janis 46 Wittchow, Melanie 10

N Nachtigall, Jenny 30 Nettekoven, Ina 14 Nowak, Cornelia 22 O Odyuo, Iris 36 Olsson, Carl-Johan 22 Overhoff Ferreira, Carolin P Pfisterer, Ulrich 17 Platz, Roland 36 Pohlmann, Ulrich 22 Pufke, Andrea 16 Q Quené, Saskia

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R Rainer, Cosima Rauser, Judith Renner, Adrian Richter, Dieter Ripp, Matthias

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S Samuel, Nina 59 Sattler, Felix 59 Schädler, Linda 67 Schäfer, Friederike 32 Schalhorn, Andreas 4 Scharmann, Rudolf 46 Schätzke, Andreas 43 Scheffknecht, Liddy 65 Scherrer, Noemi 4 Scheschonk, Wilma 33 Schierz, Kai Uwe 22 Schmidt, Frank 20 Schmidt, Johannes 25 Schmidt, Marjen 51 Schmidt, Tanja-Bianca 37 Schütze, Sebastian 6 Sears, Andrew 37 Seidel, Christine 61 Seng, Eva-Maria 41 Şenova, Başak 66 Seyerl, Elisabeth 36, 37 Sieber, Joachim 4 Stark, Barbara 25 Steiner, Barbara 34 Stocker, Karl 42 Strob, Florian 43 Strobl, Andreas 22 Strouhal, Ernst 65

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Wasser im Jugendstil Heilsbringer und Todesschlund Peter Forster (Ed.) 2022. 448 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 550 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98845-3 Ger € 54.00 / $ 62.99 / £ 49.00

Emil Noldes Malweise “Eine Farbe verlangt die andere” Stiftung Ada und Emil Nolde Seebüll, Doerner Institut Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlung, Hamburger Kunsthalle (Eds.) 2022. 240 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 250 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98719-7 Ger € 38.00 / $ 43.99 / £ 34.50

Sachlichkeiten – Sichtbarkeiten Der Münchner Maler und Grafiker Joseph Mader (1905–1982) Maximilian Mader (Ed.), Felix Billeter, Angelika Grepmair-Müller 2022. 200 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 150 color ills.

Informelle Kunst Begriffe, Kontexte, Rezeptionen Christoph Zuschlag (Ed.) 2022. 144 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 13 b/w ills., 15 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98861-3 Ger € 39.00 / $ 44.99 / £ 34.00

SC 978-3-422-98637-4 Ger € 24.90 / $ 28.99 / £ 22.50

Sven Hoppler Tragikomisches Welttheater Paul Gathof (Ed.) 2021. 70 pages. 28.0 × 21.5 cm 32 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98824-8 Ger € 18.00 / $ 20.99 / £ 16.50

Glanzvolle Glückwünsche Geburtstagsgaben für Prinzregent Luitpold Frank Matthias Kammel, Bayerisches Nationalmuseum (Eds.) 2021. 272 pages. 29.0 × 23.0 cm 284 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98766-1 Ger € 33.00 / $ 37.99 / £ 28.50

Passepartoutnotizen Unbekannte italienische Zeichnungen aus eigenem Bestand Peter Assmann (Ed.), Ralf Bormann, Heiko Damm 2021. 352 pages. 28.0 × 32.0 cm 260 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98802-6 Ger € 42.00 / $ 48.99 / £ 38.00

Pastellmalerei vor 1800 in den Bayerischen Staatsgemäldesammlungen Elisabeth Hipp (Ed.) 2022. 136 pages. 21.0 × 15.0 cm 60 b/w ills., 65 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98900-9 Ger € 14.90 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.00

Emil Orlik Das druckgraphische Werk Peter Voss-Andreae (Ed.)

Schwarz-Weiß Max Liebermanns Druckgrafik Lucy Wasensteiner (Ed.)

2022. 1200 pages. 31.0 × 25.0 cm 1280 b/w ills., 665 color ills., four volumes in slipcase

2022. 128 pages. 28.5 × 23.0 cm 100 color ills.

HC 978-3-422-98841-5 Ger € 198.00 / $ 227.99 / £ 180.00

SC 978-3-422-98682-4 Ger € 28.00 / $ 32.99 / £ 25.50

Der Maler Leo von König Ein Zeitbild im Spiegel seiner Porträts Ingrid Dollen 2022. 192 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 77 b/w ills., 77 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98770-8 Ger € 36.00 / $ 41.99 / £ 31.50

The Multicultural Modernism of Winold Reiss (1886–1953) (Trans)National Approaches to His Work Frank Mehring (Ed.) 2021. 280 pages. 28.0 × 21.0 cm 320 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98052-5 En € 48.00 / $ 55.99 / £ 41.50

VENEDIG. La Serenissima Zeichnung und Druckgraphik aus vier Jahrhunderten Kurt Zeitler, Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München (Eds.) 2022. 352 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 216 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98697-8 Ger € 62.00 / $ 71.99 / £ 54.00

Johannes Beyerle Zeichenroman Und in der Ferne Schnee 2021. 256 pages. 22.5 × 15.0 cm 95 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98430-1 Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Berliner Schlachtenkupfer / Berlin Battle Engravings 34 Druckplatten der Kaiser von China / 34 Copperplates for the Emperors of China Henriette Lavaulx-Vrécourt, Niklas Leverenz 2021. 248 pages. 27.0 × 21.0 cm 175 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98768-5 En/Ger € 42.00 / $ 48.99 / £ 38.00

Schraffuren Die Zeichnungen von Hans Funk (1928–2002) Tobias Funk (Ed.), Felix Billeter, Angelika Grepmair-Müller, Andreas Strobl 2022. 120 pages. 26.0 × 21.0 cm 100 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98759-3 Ger € 24.00 / $ 27.99 / £ 22.00

Zoltán Kemény Das Raumkunstwerk für die Städtischen Bühnen in Frankfurt am Main Philipp Oswalt (Ed.) 2022. 150 pages. 17.0 × 24.0 cm 89 b/w ills., 16 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98825-5 Ger € 24.00 / $ 27.99 / £ 22.00

200 Jahre Frauenbad Baden Baukultur und Kunstbetrieb in der Kurstadt Baden bei Wien / 200 Years of the Frauenbad: Building Culture and the Art Industry in the Spa Town of Baden near Vienna Arnulf Rainer Museum (Ed.) 2021. 224 pages. 24.0 × 29.0 cm illustrations SC 978-3-422-98806-4 En/Ger € 39.00 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50

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Kunst und Buch 1921 – 2021 – 2121 Deutscher Kunstverlag (Ed.), Ilka Backmeister-Collacott, Katja Richter, Jörg Heiser

100 Jahre – 100 Bücher Eine bibliophile Zeitreise mit dem Deutschen Kunstverlag Deutscher Kunstverlag (Ed.), Pablo Schneider

2021. 78 pages. 29.7 × 21.0 cm 50 color ills.

2021. 212 pages. 18.7 × 11.6 cm 100 color ills.

SC 978-3-422-98803-3 Ger € 12.00 / $ 13.99 / £ 11.00

HC 978-3-422-98816-3 Ger € 15.00 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.50

Lu Guang. Black Gold and China Sandra Badelt, Robert Pledge (Eds.)

India Tecton Gebautes Indien / Architectural Expressions in India Kunststiftung K52 (Ed.), Nicolaus Schmidt

2021. 160 pages. 32.0 × 21.3 120 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98881-1 Ger € 40.00 / $ 46.99 / £ 35.00

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2022. 256 pages. 24.0 × 30.0 cm 176 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98762-3 En/Ger € 42.00 / $ 48.99 / £ 38.00

Auschwitz. Bild und Hinterbild Fotografien Frédéric Mougenot 2022. 88 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 90 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98721-0 Ger € 28.00 / $ 32.99 / £ 25.50

„Ich bin ein Plastiker“ Goethes ungeschriebene Skulpturästhetik Christa Lichtenstern 2022. 224 pages. 26.0 × 21.0 cm 120 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98786-9 Ger € 38.00 / $ 43.99 / £ 34.50

Kontinuität und Innovation Bausteine für eine Ikonologie der Moderne Heinz Spielmann

Im Fokus Wielandgut Oßmannstedt Klassik Stiftung Weimar (Ed.), Fanny Esterházy

2022. 224 pages. 26.0 × 21.0 cm 200 color ills.

2022. 112 pages. 23.0 × 15.0 cm 90 color ills.

HC 978-3-422-98842-2 Ger € 29.00 / $ 33.99 / £ 26.50

SC 978-3-422-98919-1 Ger € 14.90 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.00

Im Fokus Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek Klassik Stiftung Weimar (Ed.)

Star oder Loser? Zum Making-of von Objektkarrieren in einem ethnologischen Museum Karin Guggeis

Der Raub der kleinen Dinge Belastetes Erbe aus Privatbesitz Landesstelle für die nichtstaatlichen Museen in Bayern (Ed.), Carolin Lange

2022. 248 pages. 26.0 × 19.5 cm 58 color ills.

2022. 80 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 10 color ills.

SC 978-3-422-98821-7 Ger € 49.90 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50

SC 978-3-422-98765-4 Ger € 19.90 / $ 22.99 / £ 18.00

How Art Works Von Fragen und Antworten / Of Questions and Answers María López-Fanjul y Díez del Corral, Christine Seidel (Eds.)

Manet und Astruc Künstlerfreunde Dorothee Hansen (Ed.)

2022. 160 pages. 23.0 × 15.0 cm 130 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98718-0 En € 14.90 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.50

Nadeln Erkennen – Bestimmen – Beschreiben Ronald Heynowski 3rd edition 2021. 184 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm Numerous ills.

2022. 156 pages. 27.0 × 25.0 cm 145 color ills.

SC 978-3-422-98738-8 Ger € 19.90 / $ 22.99 / £ 18.00

SC 978-3-422-98303-8 En € 35.00 / $ 40,99 / £ 30,50

Mission Rimini Material, Geschichte, Restaurierung. Der Rimini-Altar / Material, History, Conservation. The Rimini Altarpiece Stefan Roller, Harald Theiss (Eds.)

Cultural Affairs Kunst ohne Grenzen / Art Without Borders Silvia Gaetti (Ed.)

2021. 420 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 315 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98679-4 En/Ger € 54.00 / $ 62.99 / £ 47.00

2021. 176 pages. 24.0 × 19.0 cm 150 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98653-4 En/Ger € 29.00 / $ 33.99 / £ 25.00

Im Fokus The Nietzsche Archive in Weimar Klassik Stiftung Weimar (Ed.) 2023. 112 pages. 23.0 × 15.0 cm 70 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98716-6 En € 14.90 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.00

2021. 320 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 360 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98760-9 Ger € 54.00 / $ 62.99 / £ 49.00

Flora ad infinitum Blühende Perlenkunst in Venedig und der Welt / Fiori di perline a Venezia e nel mondo (zweisprachig/bilingue) Georg Ragnar Levi, Edvard Koinberg 2021. 216 pages. 22.5 × 24.5 cm 186 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98546-9 Ger/It € 42.00 / $ 48.99 / £ 38.00


Im Fokus Park an der Ilm Klassik Stiftung Weimar (Ed.)

Im Fokus Park Belvedere Klassik Stiftung Weimar (Ed.)

2021. 144 pages. 23.0 × 15.0 cm 160 color ills.

2021. 144 pages. 23.0 × 15.0 cm 160 color ills.

SC 978-3-422-98699-2 Ger € 14.90 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.50

SC 978-3-422-98703-6 Ger € 14.90 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.50

The Solly Collection 1821–2021 Founding the Berlin Gemäldegalerie Neville Rowley

Bröhan 100 Highlights of the Collection Tobias Hoffmann (Ed.)

2021. 136 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 65 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98664-0 En € 36.00 / $ 41.99 / £ 31.50

2021. 264 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 130 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98710-4 En € 34.00 / $ 39.99 / £ 31.00

Grand Tour XXL Der Reisekünstler Emel‘jan Korneev Münchner Stadtmuseum, Nico Kirchberger (Ed.) 2021. 224 pages. 28.0 × 24.0 cm 130 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98667-1 Ger € 29.90 / $ 34.99 / £ 27.00

Theater im Museum für Fotografie Ein Rückblick auf die 1920er Jahre Kunstbibliothek – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Ed.), Justine Tutmann 2021. 112 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 100 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98696-1 Ger € 19.00 / $ 21.99 / £ 17.50

Neues aus dem 19. Jahrhundert Von Kühen, edlen Damen und verzauberten Landschaften Oder von der Liebe zur Kunst Peter Forster (Ed.)

Der Schmerz des Vaters? Die trinitarische Pietà zwischen Gotik und Barock Dagmar Preising, Michael Rief, Christine Vogt (Eds.)

2021. 192 pages. 29.0 × 25.0 cm 185 color ills.

2021. 224 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 60 color ills.

HC 978-3-422-98668-8 Ger € 40.00 / $ 46.99 / £ 36.50

HC 978-3-422-98712-8 Ger € 44.00 / $ 50.99 / £ 40.00

Red Glow Yugoslav Partisan Photography and Social Movement, 1941–1945 Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung (Ed.), Davor Konjikušić

Performance on Display Zur Geschichte lebendiger Kunst im Museum Lisa Beißwanger

Kurt W. Streubel Spielarten des Abstrakten in der DDR Andrea Karle, Verena Krieger (Eds.), Anne-Kathrin Hinz, Michaela Mai 2021. 152 pages. 29.0 × 21.0 cm 90 color ills. HC 978-3-422-98723-4 Ger € 35.00 / $ 40.99 / £ 32.00

Künstlerpaare der Moderne Hans Purrmann und Mathilde Vollmoeller-Purrmann im Diskurs Felix Billeter, Maria Leitmeyer (Eds.)

2021. 423 pages. 26.0 × 19.5 cm 570 b/w ills., 8 color ills.

2021. 511 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 30 b/w ills., 114 color ills., 6 tables, 1 monochrome maps

HC 978-3-422-98640-4 En € 48.00 / $ 55.99 / £ 41.50

SC 978-3-422-98448-6 Ger € 82.00 / $ 94.99 / £ 71.50

E-Book 978-3-422-98648-0 En Open Access

E-Book 978-3-422-98698-5 Ger € 82.00 / $ 94.99 / £ 71.50

Künstler und Kritiker Hans Purrmann und Karl Scheffler in Briefen 1920–1951 Felix Billeter, Julie Kennedy, Anke Matelowski (Eds.), Akademie der Künste Berlin, Erbengemeinschaft nach Dr. Robert Purrmann, München

Die Ästhetik der Stadt Städtebau in Bordeaux und Edinburgh 1730–1830 Alexis Joachimides

Oskar Pixis Wohnbauten der 1920er und 1930er Jahre in München Rainer Schützeichel (Ed.)

2021. 248 pages. 28.0 × 21.0 cm 100 b/w ills.

2021. 120 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 110 b/w ills., 30 color ills.

HC 978-3-422-98247-5 Ger € 54.00 / $ 62.99 / £ 49.00

SC 978-3-422-98615-2 Ger € 32.00 / $ 36.99 / £ 29.00

Neue Nationalgalerie Mies van der Rohe's Museum Joachim Jäger, Constanze von Marlin, Martin Reichert (Eds.)

Deutsche Gemälde im Städel Museum 1550–1725 (2 Bände) Almut Pollmer-Schmidt, Christiane Weber, Fabian Wolf

2021. 272 pages. 30.5 × 24.0 cm 250 color ills.

2021. 808 pages. 30.0 × 21.5 cm 600 color ills., two volumes

HC 978-3-422-98652-7 En € 48.00 / $ 55.99 / £ 41.50

HC 978-3-422-98516-2 Ger € 69.00 / $ 79.99 / £ 62.50

2021. 224 pages. 21.0 × 13.5 cm 50 color ills.

2021. 176 pages. 21.0 × 13.5 cm 50 color ills. SC 978-3-422-98650-3 Ger € 18.00 / $ 20.99 / £ 16.50

SC 978-3-422-98428-8 Ger € 18.00 / $ 20.99 / £ 16.50

Gio Ponti Valmartello al Paradiso del Cevedale. Geschichte eines Hotels in den Alpen Silke Alber 2021. 176 pages. 23.5 × 16.6 cm 100 b/w ills., 30 color ills. SC 978-3-422-07129-2 Ger € 34.90 / $ 40.99 / £ 31.50 E-Book 978-3-422-80017-5 Ger € 34.90 / $ 40.99 / £ 31.50

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Aby Warburg – Briefe Michael Diers, Steffen Haug (Eds.), Thomas Helbig Aby Warburg Gesammelte Schriften – Studienausgabe V 2021. 1430 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 418 b/w ills. HC 978-3-11-053369-9 Ger € 89.95 / $ 103.99 / £ 82.00

Ein deutscher Maler Otto Dix und der Nationalsozialismus Ina Jessen 2022. 448 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 120 b/w ills., 10 color ills. HC 978-3-11-071150-9 Ger € 49.00 / $ 56.99 / £ 44.50 E-Book 978-3-11-076183-2 Ger € 49.00 / $ 56.99 / £ 44.50

bauhaus-paradigmen künste, design und pädagogik Anne Röhl, André Schütte, Philipp Knobloch, Sara Hornäk, Susanne Henning, Katharina Gimbel (Eds.)

Close Reading Kunsthistorische Interpretationen vom Mittelalter bis in die Moderne Stefan Albl, Berthold Hub, Anna Frasca-Rath (Eds.)

2021. 422 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 154 color ills.

2021. 800 pages. 28.0 × 21.0 cm 375 color ills.

HC 978-3-11-072696-1 Ger € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50

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The Visionary Academy of Ocular Mentality Atlas of the Iconic Turn Luca Del Baldo 2020. 440 pages. 23.0 × 15.0 cm 104 color ills. HC 978-3-11-069519-9 En € 32.00 / $ 37.00 / £ 28.00 E-Book 978-3-11-070610-9 En € 32.00 / $ 37.00 / £ 28.00

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Britain and the Continent 1660–1727 Political Crisis and Conflict Resolution in Mural Paintings at Windsor, Chelsea, Chatsworth, Hampton Court and Greenwich Christina Strunck 2021. 528 pages. 28.0 × 21.0 cm 124 b/w ills., 117 color ills. HC 978-3-11-072961-0 En € 99.95 / $ 114.99 / £ 87.00 E-Book 978-3-11-075077-5 En € 99.95 / $ 114.99 / £ 87.00

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China and the West Reconsidering Chinese Reverse Glass Painting Elisa Ambrosio, Francine Giese, Alina Martimyanova, Hans Bjarne Thomsen (Eds.) 2022. 304 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 152 color ills. HC 978-3-11-071175-2 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50 E-Book 978-3-11-071177-6 En Open Access

Angkor Wat – A Transcultural History of Heritage Volume 1: Angkor in France. From Plaster Casts to Exhibition Pavilions. Volume 2: Angkor in Cambodia. From Jungle Find to Global Icon Michael Falser 2019. 1150 pages. 28.0 × 21.0 cm Numerous ills. HC 978-3-11-033572-9 En € 172.95 / $ 198.99 / £ 150.50

About Sieves and Sieving Motif, Symbol, Technique, Paradigm Barbara Baert

2020. 388 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 100 b/w ills., 32 color ills.

2019. 134 pages. 23.0 × 15.5 cm 52 color ills.

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Form- und Bewegungskräfte in Kunst, Literatur und Wissenschaft Frank Fehrenbach, Lutz Hengst, Frederike Middelhoff, Cornelia Zumbusch (Eds.)

New Apelleses and New Apollos Poet-Artists around the Court of Florence (1537–1587) Diletta Gamberini

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2022. 446 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 107 b/w ills., 51 color ills., 1 tables HC 978-3-11-072062-4 En € 59.90 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00 E-Book 978-3-11-072064-8 En € 59.90 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00

The End of Diversity in Art Historical Writing North Atlantic Art History and its Alternatives James Elkins 2020. 221 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 7 color ills. SC 978-3-11-068110-9 En € 33.95 / $ 39.99 / £ 29.50 E-Book 978-3-11-072247-5 En € 33.95 / $ 39.99 / £ 29.50

Handbook of Art and Global Migration Theories, Practices, and Challenges Burcu Dogramaci, Birgit Mersmann (Eds.) 2019. 428 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 250 b/w ills. HC 978-3-11-047600-2 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-11-047667-5 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Fluctuating Alliances Art, Politics, and Diplomacy in the Modern Era Pilar Diez del Corral Corredoira (Ed.) 2021. 168 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 21 b/w ills. HC 978-3-11-060489-4 En € 42.95 / $ 49.99 / £ 37.50 E-Book 978-3-11-060641-6 En € 42.95 / $ 49.99 / £ 37.50

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Dynamis of the Image Moving Images in a Global World Emmanuel Alloa, Chiara Cappelletto (Eds.)

2021. 350 pages. 24.0 × 15.0 cm 57 b/w ills.

Francis Bacon – In the Mirror of Photography Collecting, Preparatory Practice and Painting Katharina Günther

2022. 296 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 21 b/w ills., 7 color ills. HC 978-3-11-074355-5 En € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 61.00 E-Book 978-3-11-074366-1 En € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 61.00

Looking Into the Rain Magic – Moisture – Medium Barbara Baert 2022. 235 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 40 b/w ills., 46 color ills. SC 978-3-11-072684-8 En € 99.00 / $ 113.99 / £ 86.00 E-Book 978-3-11-076062-0 En € 99.00 / $ 113.99 / £ 86.00

Pietro Nobile (1776–1854) Neoclassicism between Technique and Beauty Taťána Petrasová (Ed.), Rossella Fabiani, Richard Kurdiovsky 2021. 272 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 63 b/w ills., 113 color ills. HC 978-3-11-069145-0 En € 68.95 / $ 79.99 / £ 60.00


Acquiring Cultures Histories of World Art on Western Markets Bénédicte Savoy, Charlotte Guichard, Christine Howald (Eds.) 2018. 316 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 64 b/w ills. HC 978-3-11-054398-8 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

The Colors of Photography Bettina Gockel (Ed.), Nadine Jirka, Stella Jungmann 2020. 333 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 113 color ills. SC 978-3-11-065028-0 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50 E-Book 978-3-11-066148-4 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

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Politics of Learning, Politics of Space Architecture and the Education Shock of the 1960s and 1970s Tom Holert 2021. 128 pages. 23.0 × 15.5 cm 39 b/w ills. SC 978-3-11-071094-6 En € 14.00 / $ 16.99 / £ 12.00 E-Book 978-3-11-072604-6 En € 14.00 / $ 16.99 / £ 12.00

Image Acts A Systematic Approach to Visual Agency Horst Bredekamp 2nd edition 2021. 361 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 199 color ills. SC 978-3-11-072569-8 En € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 26.00 E-Book 978-3-11-072582-7 En € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 26.00

Judith P. Fischer – Linie Form Raum / Line Shape Space Theresia Hauenfels (Ed.) 2022. 256 pages. 26.0 × 20.5 cm 123 b/w ills., 169 color ills. HC 978-3-11-054250-9 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 SC E-Book 978-3-11-076986-9 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Rini Tandon. to spaces unsigned Works, Concepts, Processes 1976–2020 / Arbeiten, Konzepte, Prozesse 1976–2020 Sabine Folie (Ed.) 2020. 328 pages. 30.0 × 23.0 cm 304 color ills., 96 duotone SC 978-3-11-070045-9 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Museum and Archive on the Move Changing Cultural Institutions in the Digital Era Oliver Grau, Wendy Coones, Viola Rühse (Eds.) 2017. 316 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 39 b/w ills. 35 color ills. HC 978-3-11-052051-4 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-11-052963-0 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Etched in Flesh and Soul The Auschwitz Number in Art Batya Brutin

Notions of Temporalities in Artistic Practice Anamarija Batista (Ed.)

2021. 203 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 146 color ills.

2022. 172 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 20 b/w ills., 22 color ills.

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Galileo’s Thinking Hand Mannerism, Anti-Mannerism and the Virtue of Drawing in the Foundation of Early Modern Science Horst Bredekamp, Cohen Mitch

Darwin’s Corals A New Model of Evolution and the Tradition of Natural History Horst Bredekamp

2019. 366 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 100 b/w ills., 235 color ills. HC 978-3-11-052006-4 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50 E-Book 978-3-11-053921-9 En € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

2019. 118 pages. 24.0 × 15.0 cm 45 color ills. HC 978-3-11-064334-3 En € 20.95 / $ 24.99 / £ 18.00 E-Book 978-3-11-068031-7 En € 20.95 / $ 24.99 / £ 18.00

Liddy Scheffknecht – Points in Time Arbeiten / Works 2010–2020 Ernst Strouhal (Ed.)

LINDA BERGER – PEACH-BLOW MONOGRAFIE / MONOGRAPH Linda Berger, Maria Christine Holter (Eds.)

2021. 248 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 28 b/w ills., 306 color ills.

2021. 224 pages. 25.8 × 21.9 cm 12 b/w ills., 78 color ills.

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Toxic Temple An Artistic and Philosophical Adventure into the Toxicity of the Now Anna Lerchbaumer, Kilian Jörg (Eds.)

inframince infra-mince infra mince TransArts at the University of Applied Arts Vienna / TransArts an der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien Stephan Hilge, Roman Pfeffer, Nita Tandon, Gudrun Ratzinger, Franz Thalmair (Eds.)

2022. 256 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 112 color ills. HC 978-3-11-076914-2 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-11-076924-1 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

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Plastic Ocean: Art and Science Responses to Marine Pollution Ingeborg Reichle (Ed.) 2021. 272 pages. 25.0 × 20.0 cm 164 color ills. HC 978-3-11-074472-9 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-11-074477-4 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Oskar Kokoschka: Neue Einblicke und Perspektiven / New Insights and Perspectives Régine Bonnefoit, Bernadette Reinhold (Eds.) 2021. 452 pages. 21.0 × 14.7 cm 20 b/w ills., 43 color ills. SC 978-3-11-072420-2 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-11-072422-6 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Kabarett Fledermaus @ Bar du Bois Aktualisierung eines Experiments der Wiener Moderne / Update of an Experiment of Viennese Modernism Cosima Rainer (Ed.) 2020. 176 pages. 29.7 × 21.0 cm 73 b/w ills., 125 color ills. SC 978-3-11-072306-9 En/Ger € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 26.00

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Being in Contact: Encountering a Bare Body Mariella Greil 2021. 368 pages. 24.0 × 16.5 cm 168 b/w ills., 365 color ills. HC 978-3-11-073939-8 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-11-073598-7 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

CrossSections Processing Artistic and Curatorial Research Başak Şenova (Ed.) 2020. 272 pages. 22.0 × 16.0 cm 715 color ills. SC 978-3-11-071648-1 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-11-071656-6 En € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

FLORA Sprachkunst im Zeitalter der Information / Language Arts in the Age of Information Thomas Ballhausen, Elena Peytchinska 2020. 320 pages. 19.5 × 12.5 cm 120 color ills. SC 978-3-11-067534-4 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Arts & Dementia Interdisciplinary Perspectives Ruth Mateus-Berr, L. Vanessa Gruber (Eds.)

Teaching Artistic Research Conversations Across Cultures Ruth Mateus-Berr, Richard Jochum (Eds.)

2020. 400 pages. 24.2 × 17.0 cm 32 b/w ills., 182 color ills.

2020. 224 pages. 27.5 × 18.0 cm 45 b/w ills.

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Data Loam Sometimes Hard, Usually Soft. The Future of Knowledge Systems Johnny Golding, Martin Reinhart, Mattia Paganelli (Eds.)

TOURISTIKEN / TOURISCS Transmediale Arbeiten über Freizeit im Anthropozän / Transmedia Works on Leisure in the Anthropocene Fred Luks (Ed.), Catherine Ludwig

2020. 496 pages. 23.0 × 17.0 cm 19 b/w ills., 1054 color ills.

2020. 112 pages. 26.5 × 21.0 cm 50 b/w ills., 60 color ills.

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Food Design Small Reflections on Food, Design and Language Sonja Stummerer, Martin Hablesreiter 2020. 224 pages. 20.0 × 14.5 cm 16 b/w ills. SC 978-3-11-067975-5 En € 34.95 / $ 40.99 / £ 30.50

Uselessness Humankind’s most valuable tool? Michelle Howard, Luciano Parodi (Eds.) 2020. 152 pages. 21.0 × 14.8 cm 50 b/w ills. SC 978-3-11-067981-6 En € 19.95 / $ 22.99 / £ 17.50 E-Book 978-3-11-067983-0 En € 19.95 / $ 22.99 / £ 17.50

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COMPANY. Fotografien und Fragmente über das Arbeiten Photographs and Fragments on Working Beatrix Zobl, Wolfgang Schneider 2019. 296 pages. 24.5 × 21.0 cm Numerous ills. SC 978-3-11-065766-1 En/Ger € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

STATION ROSE 30.0 The Walls of the New Systems Will Be Liquid STATION ROSE (Ed.) 2018. 248 pages. 31.0 × 22.0 cm Numerous ills. SC 978-3-11-057571-2 En € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 34.00 E-Book 978-3-11-057705-1 En € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 34.00

Claudia Larcher – Rooms #rooms #räume #locaux #architecture #architektur #collage #animation #arts #kunst #lart #digitalarts #digitalekunst #lartnumerique #video Verena Konrad (Ed.) 2019. 320 pages. 26.0 × 19.0 cm Numerous ills. SC 978-3-11-063214-9 En/Ger/Fr € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-11-063278-1 En/Ger/Fr € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

RESET THE APPARATUS! A Survey of the Photographic and the Filmic in Contemporary Art Edgar Lissel, Gabriele Jutz, Nina Jukić (Eds.) 2019. 208 pages. 26.0 × 19.0 cm Numerous ills.

BEYOND BORDERS Conservation Goes International Gabriela Krist (Ed.)

Making Prints and Thinking About It Jan Svenungsson

2019. 328 pages. 27.0 × 22.0 cm Numerous ills.

2019. 224 pages. 22.5 × 15.0 cm 158 color ills.

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Drawing A Hypothesis Figures of Thought Nikolaus Gansterer

Sales Catalogue / Verkaufskatalog A product catalogue of the art market critique Verkaufswerke (Works for Sale) since the beginning of the 1990s / Ein Produktkatalog der kunstmarktkritischen Verkaufswerke (Works for Sale) seit Beginn der 1990er Jahre Kurt Ryslavy

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Faceless Re-inventing Privacy Through Subversive Media Strategies Bogomir Doringer, Brigitte Felderer (Eds.) 2018. 304 pages. 24.0 × 16.8 cm Numerous ills. SC 978-3-11-052513-7 En € 24.95 / $ 29.95 / £ 21.50 E-Book 978-3-11-052770-4 En € 24.95 / $ 29.95 / £ 21.50

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IMAGE CREDITS

4 above Max Beckmann, Bildnis Curt Glaser, 1929, oil on canvas, 94 × 74.3 cm, Saint Louis Art Museum, Bequest of Morton D. May, 8451983; © 2022 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; 4 below left Curt Glaser in his Berlin apartment © Getty Images; 4 below right portrait Curt Glaser © Ullstein 5 above Edvard Munch, Musik auf der Karl Johan Straße, 1889, oil on canvas, Kunsthaus Zürich, 1941. © Kunsthaus Zürich; 5 below Edvard Munch, Madonna, 1895/1902, chalk and brush lithography, Kunstmuseum Basel, Kupferstichkabinett, purchase 1933 © Kunstmuseum Basel 7 left Pietro Fabris, Four Views from Campi Phlegraei, Naples, 1776–79, private collection © Diözesanmuseum Freising. Foto: Luciano Pedicini 7 right Onofrio Palumbo, San Gennaro protecting Naples, Complesso Museale dell’Arciconfraternita dei Pellegrini © Dözesanmuseum Freising 9 below left Otto Mueller, Bildnis Maschka Mueller, 1923/1924, glue tempera on jute, mounted on canvas, Kunstmuseum Bern, Legacy Cornelius Gurlitt 2014, © Kunstmuseum Bern; 9 below right Emil Nolde, Wide countryside with clouds, undated, watercolour on Japanese paper, Kunstmuseum Bern, Legacy Cornelius Gurlitt 2014 , © Kunstmuseum Bern 10 above Käthe Hoch, Self-Portrait, 1929, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau Munich 10 below right Rudolf Schlichter, Bertolt Brecht, c. 1926, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau Munich, © Viola Roehr-v. Alvensleben, Munich 10 below left Otto Freundlich, A Tree, 1927, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau Munich, on permanent loan from Gabriele Münter- and Johannes EichnerStiftung, Munich 11 Maria Luiko, Resurrection, 1924, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus and Kunstbau Munich 12 above Constant, Fantastische Tiere, 1947, oil on canvas, Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022; 12 below Sonja Ferlov Mancoba, Skulptur (untitled), 1940–1946, bronze, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humblebaek, Denmark © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022 13 above Asger Jorn, Titania II, 1940–41, Öl auf Leinwand, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humblebaek, Denmark. Permanent loan Museumsfonden; 13 below Asger Jorn, Magie, 1942/1946, oil on canvas, Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg. Photo Niels Fabaek © VG BildKunst, Bonn 2022 14 Book of hours of Philippa von Geldern, private collection. Photo: Toni Ott 15 Fra Angelico, Paradiso, 1431–1435, 112 x 114 cm, tempera and gold on wood, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston 16 Sankt Peter, Köln, Stephan Kube 17 Peter Paul Rubens, equestrian portrait Don Rodrigo Calderon, 1612–1615, Oil/ Canvas, 265 × 190,5 cm, Royal Collection Trust, Windsor Castle / Pinturicchio, Pius II. zieht als gekrönter Pontifex in den Vatikan

ein, 1502–1507, Fresko, Libreria Piccolomini, Cattedrale Metropolitana di Santa Maria Assunta, Siena 18 below left Rembrandt, Old man in prayer and two-liner of Rembrandt, 1506, pen and brown ink, brown washw, Den Haag, Koninklijke Bibliotheek; 18 below right Albrecht Dürer, Madonna with the Siskin (detail: cartellino), 1506, oil on wood, 93.5 × 78.9 cm, Berlin, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, Fotoarchiv Gemäldegalerie-SMB. Photo: Christoph Schmidt 19 Jean-Antoine Watteau, Pèlerinage à Cythère (Fête Galante), before 1721, Oil/Canvas, 130 × 192 cm, Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin / François Lemoyne, Le Commerce et le Bon gouvernement, ou les bienfaits de la Banque Royale sur le sort de la France, ca. 1720, 41.3 × 76.3 cm, Oil/Canvas, Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris 20 anonymous, Notfalleinlauf mit Klistier, ca. 1520–30, Holzschnitt, from: Hermann Peters, Der Arzt und die Heilkunst in der deutschen Vergangenheit, Leipzig 1900 21 Eduard Bendemann, The Jews Mourning in Exile, 1832, Cologne, Wallraf-RichartzMuseum 22 right Friedrich Nerly, Rocks near Olevano, c. 1829, oil/paper/cardboard, 29.2 × 48.1 cm, Angermuseum Erfurt, © Angermuseum Erfurt / Dirk Urban 22 left Friedrich Nerly, Evening Mood in Venice, oil/cardboard, 40.3 × 54.2 cm, Angermuseum Erfurt, © Angermuseum Erfurt / Dirk Urban 25 above Calla mit Fruchtschale, 1931, oil and egg tempera on canvas, 71.5 × 55 cm, Museum im Kulturspeicher Würzburg. Photo Andreas Bestle; 25 below left Weidenstümpfe, 1955, ink, watercolor, 49.4 × 69.2 cm, Estate Franz Lenk. Photo Städtische Galerie Dresden – Kunstsammlung, Ph. Günther; 25 below right Brand, 1927, oil on plywood, 125.5 × 90 cm, Städtische Galerie Dresden – Kunstsammlung. Photo Städtische Galerie Dresden – Kunstsammlung, Ph. Günther, Franz Lenk: © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022 26 below from left to right Das reiche Herz, October, pen, ink, washed, watercolor, 26.4 × 19.9 cm; Exit, exit, exit, exit, from (Männlicher Akt am Reck), June 1928, litho chalk, 43 × 29.8 cm © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022 27 above Schmarotzer, November 1930, pen, ink, washed, watercolor, 23.6 × 21.5 cm; 27 below Selbstbildnis, 1929, oil on canvas, 65.5 × 45 cm, Kurpfälzisches Museum der Stadt Heidelberg (Inv. no. G2510) © VG BildKunst, Bonn 2022 30 below right Lynn Hershman Leeson, X-Ray Man, 1970, acrylic, pencil, letraset and acrylic glass on wood, 105.5 × 75 cm, private collection, Courtesy Paul van Esch & Partners, Amsterdam © Lynn Hershman Leeson 31 Aleksandra Domanović, Mayura Mudra, 2013, laser sintered polyamide, polyurethane, soft-touch and brass finish, UV printing on acrylic glass, 157 × 30 × 30 cm, private collection. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Leighton, Berlin and

Los Angeles © Aleksandra Domanović 32 left Suzanne Harris, LOCUS/UP > ONE, May 8–July 15, 1976, black-and-white photograph. Courtesy of the Estate of Suzanne Harris 32 right The Natural History of the American Dancer (Carmen Beuchat, Suzanne Harris, Cynthia Hedstrom, Rachel Wood [Lew], Barbara Dilley [Lloyd], Judy Padow), Lesser-Known Species, dance improvisation at 112 Greene Street, November 30, 1972, black-and-white photograph. Photo: Glenda Hydler 34 below left Mariana Castillo Deball, Codex Humboldt (Detail), © Mariana Castillo Deball / Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Ethnologisches Museum / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss / Cordia Schlegelmilch; 34 below right Stefan Sous, Zeitmaschine © GIULIANI/V.GIESE, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022 35 above Kang Sunkoo, Statue of Limitations ©. Photo Alexander Schippel; below Emeka Ogboh, Kosmos ©. Photo Felix Zahn/photothek.net 36 top and below left photo Zubeni Lotha; 36 below right Naga 03, Naga; North India; India; Assam; South Asia. Photo Martin Franken, Ethnologisches Museum Berlin, SMB / SPK, 2021, © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Ethnologisches Museum 37 above left Francis La Flesche seated, wearing breastplate and feathred headdress, June 1, 1902 Forms part of Glass Negatives of Indians (Collected by the Bureau of American Ethnology) 1850s–1930s. This image was obtained from the Smithsonian Institution; 37 above right Portrait of Francis La Flesche, undated. Forms part of NAA MS 4558 Alice Cunningham Fletcher and Francis La Flesche papers. This image was obtained from the Smithsonian Institution 37 below Kraftfigur. Photo Jester Blank GbR 38 Baukunstarchiv der Akademie der Künste, Berlin 39 Baukunstarchiv der Akademie der Künste, Berlin 44 left Thrift store, Santa Monica, 1966, photograph by Denise Scott Brown; courtesy of Denise Scott Brown 44 right Denise Scott Brown at work, Philadelphia, 2006, photograph by Jeremy Tenenbaum, courtesy of Venturi, Scott Brown, and Associates 47 © Anna Westphal, Köln 48 Silvia Gertsch, City II, 2018, reverse glass painting, 89 × 140 cm. Photo: Markus Mühlheim, Worb 48 right Silvia Gertsch, Shupei I, 2020, reverse glass painting, 77 × 53 cm. Photo: Markus Mühlheim, Worb 49 left Thilo Westermann, Ascocenda in a Crystal Vase, 2016, reverse glass painting, 21 × 14.8 cm – unique print, 126 × 88,8 cm 49 right Work process: Thilo Westermann creates the motifs of his reverse glass paintings by removing the black layer of paint on the back of the glass pane point by point with a needle; both © Thilo Westermann / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022 52 Koschies: © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022


IMAGE CREDITS

55 below left Xiang Shengmo (1597–1658), Great tree in wind, 115.4 × 50.4 cm, Bejing, Palace Museum; 55 below right Large jar with lid in wucai with fish and grass pattern from the Jiajing era, Beijing, Palace Museum. 56 Lemberg (L‘viv), Boim-Chapel, 1607– 1615 / Benedikt Wurzelbauer after Nikolaus Pfaff, Venus and Armor, 1599, Prag, National Gallery 57 below from left to right F. N. Souza, Crucifixion, 1959. London, Tate Modern, © The estate of F.N. Souza/DACS, London 2022; Farrukh Beg, Portrait of a Sufi Sage, 1615, Qatar, Museum of Islamic Art; Neil Dawson, Globe, 1989, Paris, Centre Pompidou 60 below left View of the Zenit exhibition at RIMA Gallery in Belgrade, 1 February – 1 March 2021. Photo: courtesy of Gallery RIMA, Belgrade and Kragujevac; 60 below right above Manifesto degli artisti futuristi fiumani (Manifesto of the Futurist Artists in Fiume, [1914?]), title page and excerpts from the poetic Words-inFreedom, courtesy of Archivio Museo Storico di Fiume; 60 below left below Entrance hall of the Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto (MART), designed by Mario Botta and Giulio Andreolli (2002). Photo: Günter Berghaus, and Inside view of the Archivio del’900. Photo: Günter Berghaus 61 below left Peter Paul Rubens, Der heilige Sebastian, ca. 1618, oil on canvas, 203.5 × 131.1 cm, © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Gemäldegalerie / Image by Google; 61 below right Caravaggio, Amor als Sieger, 1601/02, oil on canvas, 156.5 × 113.3 cm © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Gemäldegalerie / Image by Google 65 left Eduardo Leal, from the series Plastic Trees, 2014, photographic prints on aluminum, 80 × 120 cm each, © Eduardo Leal; 65 right Sjoerd Knibbeler, Current Study #3, 2013, 60 × 48 cm, from the series Current Studies, 2013–2016, UltraChrome print, Courtesy Sjoerd Knibbeler & ROOF-A gallery, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, © Sjoerd Knibbeler 66 left Barbara Holub, What I am proud of, Zorlu Collection, Istanbul, Turkey, 2011, © Barbara Holub; 66 right Barbara Holub / transparadiso, Du Bakchich pour Lampedusa, Sousse, Tunisia, 2014, © Barbara Holub / transparadiso. Photo © transparadiso 67 left Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, Das Verhör, 1934, IN 8703, Gouache, collage on brownish cardboard, 46 × 33 cm, © Collection and Archive, University of Applied Arts Vienna. Photo: kunstdokumentation.com, Manuel Carreon Lopez;

67 center Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, Raumstudie, ca. 1920, IN 12.213, pastel chalk on paper, 47.9 × 32 cm, © Collection and Archive, University of Applied Arts Vienna. Photo: kunst-dokumentation.com, Manuel Carreon Lopez; 67 right Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, Cello und Kaktus, ca. 1920, IN 12.214/2, lithography, 37 × 27 cm, © Collection and Archive, University of Applied Arts Vienna. Photo: kunst-dokumentation.com, Manuel Carreon Lopez 70 Rodolfo González Alcántara, Festival Nacional de Malambo de Laborde 2012. Photo ©: Diego Sampere, Buenos Aires


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